Hungary -Health care workers organise protest marches over low pay -May 12, 2015

Health care workers demand a living wage.

Health care workers have organised two simultaneous protest marches against precarious pay and working conditions. Workers in the two marches, one dressed entirely in white and the other in black, say the pay is so low that they are forced to emigrate to be able to make a living. The workers are demanding a living wage, which would allow them to practice their profession in the country without falling into poverty.

English: http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/05/12/hungary-protest …  

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