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'Will bursary plan really fix nursing shortages?'


They are in cloud cuckoo land if they think large numbers of the right people will be attracted by the low graduate wages, huge debt, high housing costs, high child care costs due to unsocial shifts etc. The salary is just high enough that repayment is almost inevitable but with that and increased pension contributions staff morale is near suicidal in places, but that seems to be the Secretary of State's desire.

Posted date

12 April, 2016

Posted time

8:21 am