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Why nurses are striking

By Axios  
   April 18, 2019

Nurses, already in short supply, have not been afraid of going on strike at their hospitals. Between the lines: Pay and health benefits are almost always part of why any worker considers striking. But nurses, who make $72,000 per year on average, are also consistently unhappy about understaffed hospitals, saying they're caring for too many patients at once.

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