62% of Nurses Would Consider a Change in Career Paths

By Staff Reporters


A recent survey by StaffHealth of 250 RNs, LPNS, and CNAs found the following:

 •  86% of respondents say their workload/job responsibility has increased in the last year.
 •  54% of the above respondents say that the increase in workload has negatively impacted their mental health.
 •  83% of those surveyed agree that an increase in compensation/incentives would alleviate nurse burn out and shortages.
 •  62% of nursing professionals would currently consider a change in career paths.
 •  66% of respondents say access to mental health resources at work would be beneficial.

Source: StaffHealth via PRNewswire, February 8, 2022



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