In Williston, N.D., America's newest oil boomtown, thousands have come looking for work. Yet, many of them can't find housing.
Companies are hiring like crazy: you can make $15 an hour serving tacos, $25 an hour waiting tables and $80,000 a year driving trucks. In the middle of nowhere, North Dakota.
These men came to the boomtown of Williston, North Dakota, to find high-paying oil jobs. What they found were 'no vacancy' signs.
From hauling crude in semi-trucks to getting their hands dirty out at the oil rigs, these women are living in America's newest boomtown and are hard at work in a traditionally male-dominated world.
As oil companies pump more crude out of the ground and workers from around the country arrive to cash in, a new wave of crime has taken over the once quiet towns of Northwestern North Dakota.
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