Post-Pandemic Burnout: 20% Of Nurses May Quit In Next Four Years, Says Survey

The text discusses the high workloads and unprecedented levels of burnout that many workers are facing.

Nursing staff, who have nothing to do during COVID, perform beautifully choreographed dances for their TikTok fans.

They would like you to forget this.

More than 54,00 respondents took part in the survey. Of these, 92.5% were women. The study found that those with less than 10 years of experience are more likely to be unemployed. The most striking differences were found when comparing nurses in their early careers with high workloads with those with more experience and normal workloads. This Russian nurse chose to wear only a bra, under a transparent PPE, at the height of pandemic. She was disciplined despite "no complaints" from patients.
New York Post