By Maggie Shui
“[People] who graduated after me and work in the DHB, they get $10,000 more than I do.”
A nurse at a Māori health provider shares how she supports her whānau on a $55K salary.
She takes us through what a week’s spending looks like, gives us a peek into her bank account balances, and shares why working for a Māori health provider means taking a pay cut.
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