A U.S. recruiter is hiring nuclear power workers in the United States to help Japan gain control of the stricken Fukushima Daiichi plant, which has been spewing radiation. "At first, we had no details about the duration of the job or the positions needed. The only requirement was that you have a valid passport," Melanson said. So far, the firm has already signed up some workers who will be flying to Japan on Sunday.
The qualifications: Skills gained in the nuclear industry, a passport, a family willing to let you go, willingness to work in a radioactive zone. On Thursday, the company said radiation levels in water found in tunnels under the plant was 10,000 times the normal level and radioactive iodine 131 was found in ground water near No.1 reactor of the complex.
If I had experience with something like that at this point in my life I would definatley consider it.Has to be better than 1 1/2 miles under ground.
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I would go if I had experience.... Really...
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Send me in there. Crash and burn baby!
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