Nurse shortage affects long-term care facilities

06/6/2005 | American City Business Journals

Partly due to higher hospital starting salaries, many California nurses are passing over work in long-term care facilities for hospital jobs, making it harder for long-term care facilities to fill positions. Other issues such as the struggles of working with patients experiencing behavior issues also are factors affecting the increasing shortage of nurses nationwide in long-term care facilities, which have a more than 50% employee turnover rate annually.

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