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Hospitals often face nurse staffing shortages and these shortages are due to aging population, aging work force, nurse burnout, career and family, regions, growth.
According to State of the World's Nursing 2020 report by World Health Organization 2021, The global workforce includes 27.9 million nurses, accounting for 59 percent of healthcare professionals worldwide and Current trends show the global nursing workforce will hit 36 million by 2030, leaving a shortage of 5.7 million nurses.
Similarly, The American Nurses Association (ANA), ), more registered nurse jobs will be available through 2022 than any other profession in the United States at more than 100,000 per year. Moreso, there are With more than 500,000 seasoned RNs anticipated to retire by 2022, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects the need for 1.1 million new RNs for expansion and replacement of retirees, and to avoid a nursing shortage