A staggering amount of nurses and healthcare workers are considering changing jobs or owning their own business, according to a new report by the main stream media.
They have plenty of reason for wanting to change careers, to change the work environment, and to have some control of their schedules. During the pandemic many nurses are stressed and over worked and they stayed on because of their passion of their work and the financial security. Others wanting to move on from the work force completely. A good number of workers 55 and older are considering early retirement, which is more feasible now than ever because of the excellent economic condition we are on now such as the real estate and the stock market.any numbers of Americans are taking that vacation trips that they are been putting it off.
Because of this unplanned resignations by many part time and full time workers, its named the “Great Resignations”
The turnover rate is causing headaches to healthcare facilities such as hospitals, long term cares, rehabilitation centers as well as Pharmaceutical companies.
Instead of scrambling to hire employees on abrupt notice, many companies are relying on nursing agencies, healthcare staffing agencies and independent nurse contractors to fill their employment needs.
These healthcare staffing agencies have the talents, and the skilled nurses to fill the positions in short notice. These healthcare staffing agencies fill the positions from Certified Nursing Assistants to Intensive Care Units.
Thousands of Registered of Nurses whether they are Independent Contractors or work for a healthcare staffing agencies prefer to work and what assignments they want to take on. Many more RN’s will join these travelling nurses, per diem nurses, short-term or long term contract positions because of the pandemic.