The amount of people willing to help clean up the spill is very large because due to the fact that so many along the coast can’t work right now due to the oil, there are many people who have nothing to do all day. Thus, they go out and volunteer to help clean up the spill so that they can go back to work and make money. While an exact number is not given, there are several thousand people volunteering to clean up the spill on top of people who are being paid to do it.
At least right now, there are many more volunteers than are actually being employed. The reason for this is that the actual clean up requires specific training in order to ensure the safety of the workers. The oil and the dispersants that have been used are quite toxic.
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