Working on a cruise ship can be brutal — but 2 lawyers who represent cruise workers explain why even terrible cruise-ship jobs can be attractive
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Working on a cruise ship may sound like a good opportunity for those wanting to travel, but two lawyers who represent cruise-line workers and passengers told Business Insider that the reality is often a lot less glamorous. 

The hours are long, the pay is low, and initial medical care for injuries can be inadequate.

Cruise lines can get away with treating their lowest-paid workers poorly because they recruit them from countries with limited economic opportunities, the lawyers said.

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