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  1. guest22519

    265 questions is almost guaranteed if your a male.

    Sorry if your feelings are hurt. Maybe a safe space might help you.
  2. guest22519

    265 questions is almost guaranteed if your a male.

    Maybe you should read the whole article which YOU posted in the first place. The pay gap is there, but not because of discrimination.
  3. guest22519

    265 questions is almost guaranteed if your a male.

    "Traditionally, men have gravitated toward acute care (/directory/acute-care), high-paid specialties and to management/administration, which are all higher paying," he said. "Based on this survey, it seems clear men are being paid signicantly more than women in the profession doing comparable work. I would call on employers to assess their current workforce for gender gaps and raise salaries to create parity." One important aspect of earnings is men are more likely to negotiate their salaries, the survey found. While 43 percent of men "most of the time or always" negotiate, only 34 percent of women do so, which may partially account for the pay gap in healthcare and other professions. exactly my point, pay gap is a myth nowadays. This is nothing but a political tool to fool the useful idiots.
  4. guest22519

    265 questions is almost guaranteed if your a male.

    Please list your sources. Nurses can’t be paid the same if they don’t work in the same facility, don’t share the same specialty, and don’t have the same years of experience. Other than that is just false propaganda.
  5. guest22519

    Women's Right to Choose

    I gave you a source, you simply choose to ignore it because you don’t agree with it.
  6. guest22519

    Women's Right to Choose

    There are plenty out there, don’t be lazy and do your own research. This is just one of many. But I also know that if doesn’t say what you want to hear, then the source must be the problem, right?
  7. guest22519

    Women's Right to Choose

    And btw, medicaid is funded by taxpayer’s money.
  8. guest22519

    Women's Right to Choose

    https://www.heritage.org/marriage-and-family/commentary/new-report-shows-planned-parenthood-raked-15-billion-taxpayer-funds
  9. guest22519

    Women's Right to Choose

    Plenty of tax money goes towards abortion. Don’t be lazy, just look it up. Just look up Planned Parenthood’s insane amount of money received from federal and local tax money.
  10. guest22519

    Women's Right to Choose

    Nice B.S. statement for those who can’t do their own research. And yes, for most abortions, it’s tax payer’s money paying for it. Just look up how much money the government has already given to PPH.
  11. guest22519

    Women's Right to Choose

    Then use your own money, that will end this problem real fast.
  12. guest22519

    Women's Right to Choose

    Pay for your abortions, that’s that. No more tax money to pay for this ***. Also, your contribution to health insurance would never be enough for an abortion. My tax money shouldn’t have to go towards something you think is ok.
  13. guest22519

    Women's Right to Choose

    Funny how people here are quick to say that fetuses are just a clump of cells, therefore it’s not really a living being, but at the same time are happy to say that finding any type of bacteria in other planets would be considered undeniable proof of life. Also, these same people that use abortions as birth control value any type of life, except the lives of unborn children. Want to get an abortion? Do so without taxpayer’s money.
  14. guest22519

    Women's Right to Choose

    Nice to see so many people here ready to kill babies. Just call it what it is, murder!
  15. Anyone here went to Massachusetts College of Pharmacy or know anyone who did? If so, what do you think of their nursing program?
  16. guest22519

    Umass Boston BSN Fall/2019

    I just called this morning and I wasn’t accepted. Good luck to everyone applying.
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