Hamburg, DE - An informal survey suggests that bankers earn more than nurses. Even the best nurses earn significantly less than a top banker on Wall Street.
"This seems unfair" comments Laura E., night nurse at the Betsy F. Memorial Hospital in Lynchburg, NY.
World-renowned behavioral psychologist Sigmund Leid explains this stunning difference as follows: "Top bankers tend to have much bigger egos than top nurses. They simply would not work for that sort of money."
Anthropologist R. Smith from Idaho University points out: "The invention of banks in medieval and early Renaissance Italy has been a defining moment in human development. Street crime has dropped by almost twenty percent ever since."
Finance under-secretary Michael Gold made the following statement when pressed hard on the issue: "First of all, my party has received very little campaign support from nurses." Later, he also admitted that he is definitely not planning to become a nurse once he is elected out of office.
Nobel-price winning economist Christopher Kriegman explains: "Without banks there would not be money. And without money there would not be jobs. Without a job one clearly can not afford health insurance."
Investment banker Donald D. adds: "I deserve it."