Where can you find a job that offers you $5000 a day or just a fraction of a day’s work? The offer is true but it seems that nobody is serious enough or brave enough to accept the offer.
And the dream job, JUMPERS.
TEPCO, the owner of the nuclear plant in Japan that is facing a nuclear disaster, is urgently need of personnel to do the most riskiest job that they have. Jumpers will be dispatched to a nuclear facitilty full of radiation to do some repair to avert serious nuclear disasters in the future.
A TEPCO official said this week that the beleaguered company has tasks fit for “jumpers” — workers so called because they “jump” into highly radioactive areas to accomplish a job in a minimum of time and race out as quickly as possible.
Sometimes jumpers can make multiple runs if the cumulative dosage is within acceptable limits — although “acceptable” can be open to interpretation.
In cases of extreme leaks however the radiation might be so intense that jumpers can only make one such foray in their entire lives, or risk serious radiation poisoning.
Dump the pump, then run. Jumper just have to bring one end of the pump to the water and dump it in, and then run out. This is a solution to remove the contaminated water from building inside the area.
However, the exchange for this amount can be your life. Exposing to too much radiation may cause an individual various complications that may caused death.
Up to now, workers being offered for the job are still reluctant. TEPCO’s dillema now is that it can’t get people to see if it’s efforts to cool fuel rods are working; indeed, to confirm what the exact problems are in the first place.
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