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Jan 08
The Challenge in Tracking Unemployment Among Health Care Workers and Why It Matters

Having accurate data on the health workforce is essential to direct policy and can help produce better results for health care providers and their patients.

Nov 23
These Front-Line Workers Could Have Retired. They Risked Their Lives Instead.

Retired healthcare workers, most of whom were 65 years and older, had a variety of motivations for risking their lives during the pandemic.

Nov 13
58,300 Healthcare Jobs Added in October; Hospitals See Job Gains

Hospitals are seeing job growth for the fourth month since March.

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Oct 13
Healthcare Jobs in Uneven Recovery after Big Spring Losses

Some of the healthcare sectors initially hit hardest by the pandemic have posted gains every month since April, and appear to be inching closer to their pre-pandemic levels.

Oct 08
As the Pandemic Poses Risks for Older Doctors, Some are Retiring Early in Response

As longtime practicing physicians and specialists are closing their offices, experts say this will probably lead to major shortages of doctors and nurses in the future.

Sep 11
Healthcare Jobs Grew by 75K in August as Industry Recovers from Job Losses Due to COVID-19

Hospitals continue to add more jobs after several major subsystems furloughed and laid off workers at the onset of the pandemic in March.

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