Retirement Boom?

Thrall, Terese Hudson
November 2005
H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks;Nov2005, Vol. 79 Issue 11, p30
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the possible nurse shortage in the U.S. in the future as of November 2005. Layoffs in other employment sectors that affected the households of nurses is one of the factors that contributed to their decision to go back into the workforce. Allowing older nurses to choose schedules that fit their lifestyles and providing them with financial or other incentives would attract the nurses to stay in the workforce. INSETS: Every RN Hour Helps;Keeping Workers Happy;No Reason to Retire.


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