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The average age of a registered nurse in the U.S. in 2020 was 51 years old.
Most senior and experienced nurses nearing are retirement, or some leaving earlier than expected due to burnout.
With “The Great Resignation” in full swing and candidates demanding more benefits, raising pay has swiftly become a standard requirement. As a result, employers will need to look at implementing other benefits to attract and retain talent and stand out among the competition:
Even before Covid-19 hit, hospitals and healthcare faced staffing issues. According to a new report from the Boston Consulting Group, these issues impact hospitals even more now. In practice, those shortages translate to decreased quality of care. In particular, the report noted an increase in hospital-associated infections for the first time in years.
Pandemic aside, in the next 10 years, the U.S. healthcare industry is likely to face a significant talent shortage. The rapidly increasing population will need millions of physicians, nurses, technicians, and home health aides, turning recruitment into a serious challenge.
Hospitals and Health Systems have Experienced Challenges and Staffing Issues
Source: BCG health care executive survey, August 2021
The healthcare industry can offer a range of employee benefits to stay competitive—flexible hours and scheduling, increased pay, vaccination incentives, employee discounts and training, to name a few.
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