About 93% of Pittsburgh Hospital Workers are Thinking about Leaving Their Jobs


The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports on a new survey from researchers at the University of Pittsburgh that finds that hospital workers are thinking about leaving their jobs. The survey had 2,253 participants, which represented hospital workers (excluding doctors) who had worked at one or more of 11 Pittsburgh hospitals in 2021. Many workers have reported burnout, long hours, and feeling hopeless. Read more. Since many of the survey respondents indicated that their work was meaningful and that they wanted to take care of patients, perhaps Community Health Center job opportunities will be an attractive alternative to some.