Traveling nurses and short-staffed hospitals are in a vicious cycle
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Traveling RNs make far more money than full-timers in the same job, stirring frustration at hospitals. Governments often foot the bill.
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The 10-year high in prices is due to unrest in Guinea, where a key component is mined, and the surge in demand for the green economy.