Resource: Inquirer.Net by Cristina DC Pastor
NEW YORK — It seems America’s nursing shortage will never go away.
The rise in Boomers seeking health care and the aging of the nursing ranks are routinely believed to be contributing to a projected demand of more than 1 million nurses by 2024.
But recently, the trend toward digitalization appears to be pushing nurses into retirement making the shortage even more urgent — a “tsunami of retirement” as noted by the American Nurses Association.
Is it worth it?
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