Plastic surgery is an industry in crisis, and that’s why plastic surgery nurses have a lot to be excited about.
They are the ones who have to perform the surgeries, the ones the surgeons and their team want them to perform, and the ones most in demand.
They make $1.2 million to $2.4 million a year in the industry, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, making them the highest-paid plastic surgery workers in the country.
Nurses are the only people who have the ability to have an on-site surgical procedure.
If you’re a nurse, you can make up to $30,000 a year.
But when the demand for plastic surgery is at all high, nurses have to make up the difference.
They can’t afford to make their own surgeries, and most nurses are not able to get a private practice.
They’re forced to rely on the insurance companies to cover their work, which can leave them short-staffed and understaffed.
The industry has become so saturated with patients that plastic surgery has become a lucrative industry, with the demand increasing each year.
This article is part of USA TODAY’s new series, “The Big Picture,” which explores the big issues and issues affecting the U in the days and weeks ahead.
For more stories about the issues facing the nation, visit USA TODAY.