Do YOU have what it takes to be a pulp nurse? It's a demanding, exciting, glamorous and sometimes dangerous occupation you know!

Let's look at a few job opportunities in this field... #FridayFeeling

Firstly there are many different grades of pulp nurse:
- duty nurse
- mystery nurse
- big town nurse
- scandalous nurse

You can give as far as your ambition takes you in pulp nursing!
And there are opportunities in many geographical locations:
- Washington
- Vegas
- the Caribbean
- Iberia

So be prepared to travel!
Pulp nursing opportunities are available in many specialist settings:
- prisons
- art colonies
- dude ranches
- nightmare islands

Different pay rates apply so always check before your posting.
And of course some occupations need more nursing attention than others:
- hockey players
- surf bums
- scuba enthusiasts
- astronauts

Wherever there is risk there's a need for nursing.
Being a pulp nurse is of course a glamorous occupation, so be prepared to be posted to:
- a ski resort
- a casino
- a beauty pageant
- high society

You'll need to provide your own party frocks, but we will cover dry cleaning costs.
To be blunt, the opportuni6in pulp nursing are endless. Why you could find yourself:
- in Hollywood
- amongst the jet set
- in broadcast media
- in the lap of luxury

So, how do you apply?
Well we're looking for a special kind of person to be a pulp nurse. Are you:
- a daredevil?
- a redhead (or willing to dye it)?
- good with pirates?
- happy to be under a surgeon?

Think carefully now...
Like any career pulp nursing has its ups and downs. You'll face many challenges in this profession:
- imposter syndrome
- work rivals
- shortages of equipment
- over-enthusiastic work colleagues

Resilience is a key skill you'll need to have.
But the rewards are huge, and who knows who you might meet on your rounds...
So be all YOU can be, and become a pulp nurse today. It's the job of the future after all!

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