A Cuban resident in the United States revealed to his networks how much he earns in a year working as a nurse in a hospital.
The young woman, identified as Mayle, spoke about her experience in the city of Orlando, where she received an annual salary of between 30,000 and 40,000 dollars, although there are even bigger ones.
“It depends on the hospital you work for, the bonus they give you, your experience. There are many differences,” he stressed.
The Cuban woman was accompanied by a colleague, who added that nurses who work in other institutions such as nursing homes or plasma banks earn more, but lose their professional skills.
In recent times, Cuban emigrants often share their experiences in the world of work in the United States in networks, including the salaries they receive.
Last week, a young man The Cuban enlisted in the army explained to his followers what salary he will get as a soldier because many people have asked him about the US military’s pay for its troops.
Alex Arias Díaz shows a table with the salary scale of the military, depending on their rank and years of service.
In his case, who is a soldier classified in the E-2 scale, his salary amounts to $2,149.20 per month. Taxes are subtracted from that number and it remains at 1,900 or so.
In addition, you have other complements depending on whether you have children, are married, live on a military base, are deployed on a mission, or jump by parachute, and other circumstances.
According to Arias Díaz, regardless of body (infantry, navy, etc.), the military personnel of the United States get the same salary. Differences are marked by seniority, study, specialization, or military rank held.
“It is public, you can consult it online. Most of the things you want to know about the United States military can be consulted on the internet, it is public information,” he clarified.