In a recent survey of health care workers, 93% said they were experiencing elevated levels of stress.
Hospitals compete for these skilled personnel, some of whom make $8,000 a week. But the work is difficult and there can be tension with colleagues.
Over 100,000 new coronavirus cases were recorded every day for more than a week, and hospitalizations around the country reached a record high on Tuesday.
Both the states and federal government are lowering the barriers to physicians and nurses practicing in other states.
Nurses across the country say they're caring for too many patients at a time.
Nurses aren’t going into education. The reason? A big cut in pay.
Ten thousand dollar sign-on bonuses and generous benefits? No, we’re not talking about the tech industry; it’s nurses who are now in high demand. As the economy improves, many older nurses are cutting back hours or retiring, causing a major shortage across the country. Click the above audio player to hear the full story.
Differing political opinions can drive away customers.