The healthcare sector workforce: Financial wellness, retirement readiness and job satisfaction
The second wave of the Healthcare Sector Financial Wellness Survey provides an updated analysis of personal finances and financial well-being among full-time employees in hospitals and healthcare systems.
The impact of COVID-19 on the healthcare sector, including its workforce, cannot be overstated, and as the pandemic continues so does the pressures it creates. This report, based on a new version of the Healthcare Sector Financial Wellness Survey, examines the personal finances and financial well-being of full-time registered nurses, physicians and surgeons, office and administrative staff, and other medical and non-medical professionals in hospitals, healthcare systems and medical practices that are part of a system.
The sample includes 1,503 full-time healthcare workers in five occupation groups. Respondents were surveyed online from June 24 to August 2, 2021. The sample was acquired through Dynata, an online panel provider, and responses were weighted based on data from Occupational Employment Statistics (May 2020), U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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