She Works Hard for the Money

Part: 12

Live-In Nanny Couldn’t Find Household to Call Home

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

She worked six days a week as a live-in nanny and kept going from one household to the next for six years. By Nepalese standards her earnings were good, but her U.S. employers were so bad she had to keep moving on.



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Series Overview

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Part: 10

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Part: 8

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Part: 7

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Part: 6

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Part: 4

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Part: 3

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Part: 2

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