Thirty-one percent of healthcare workers are planning to leave their current role in the next two to three years, according to a March report from analytics firm Elsevier Health.
The "Clinician of the Future" report, conducted in partnership with market research company Ipsos, is based on a quantitative global survey, qualitative interviews and roundtable discussions with nearly 3,000 physicians and nurses worldwide.
Here are three more state to know:
1. Seventy-one percent of physicians and 68 percent of nurses said their jobs have changed considerably in the last decade
2. Of the 31 percent of clinicians who were considering leaving their current role by 2024, 33 percent plan to stay in a similar role but change to another healthcare setting. Twenty-one percent plan to retire and 13 percent plan to move to another job unrelated to healthcare.
3. Ninety-seven percent of respondents agreed that COVID-19 was the key driver of change in the healthcare industry.