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Why so few nurses are men

ASK health professionals in any country what the biggest problem in their health-care system is and one of the most common answers is the shortage of nurses. In ageing rich countries demand for nursing care is becoming increasingly insatiable. Britain’s National Health Service, for example, has 40,000-odd nurse vacancies. Source link

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As U.S. and Canada spar, farm hopes ride on two men in…

By Reuters Published: 17:40 EDT, 15 June 2018 | Updated: 17:40 EDT, 15 June 2018 By Rod Nickel and Tom Polansek June 15 (Reuters) – While Justin Trudeau vowed last week not to be pushed around and U.S. President Donald Trump called the Canadian prime minister “weak,” two key officials in their governments with a seemingly harmonious relationship were making fishing plans. On Friday, U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue visited the farm of Canadian Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay in the…

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3 men held for killing petrol pump employee – Canindia News

New Delhi, April 16 (IANS) Three persons were arrested on the charge of killing a petrol pump employee when he resisted their robbery attempt in north Delhi, police said on Monday. The accused, all residents of Adarsh Nagar, were arrested on Sunday from their hideouts in north Delhi. Nikhil Saxena, 19, Vishal Sonkar, 23 and Puneet, 24 killed Naresh on April 13 while he was returning home. A motorist had informed the police about a man, later identified as Naresh,…

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Why Women Are More Likely to Have Side Hustles Than Men

Why Women Are More Likely to Have Side Hustles Than Men New reports indicate that more women are likely to have a side hustle than men. In total, CareerBuilder reports that around 32 percent of workers have a side job, which is up 3 percent from last year. Within those numbers, around 35 percent of women have a side hustle, while only 28 percent of men have a second job or additional stream of income. When you consider the gender…

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Why do women still earn a lot less than men?

PAYROLL clerks across Britain are busier than usual. By April next year large employers must publish data on the gap in pay between their male and female workers. Many have already complied. In America, by contrast, President Donald Trump recently halted a similar rule that would have taken effect next year. Source link

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