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COVID-19 and the Great Resignation: a catalyst, not the cause

"The Great Resignation. I doubt there is a medical practice out there that has not been affected by it. And experts predict we are just at the beginning. The U.S.…
May 11, 2022

COVID-19 and the Great Resignation: a catalyst, not the cause

“The Great Resignation. I doubt there is a medical practice out there that has not been affected by it. And experts predict we are just at the beginning. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ early data from 2022 shows that health care is among the top three industries increasing in monthly “quit rate,” second only to accommodation and food services. 2.6 million health care workers quit their jobs from May to September 2021, and 1 in 5 physicians plan to leave their current practice in the next two years, according to a survey funded by the American Medical Association. So this is likely the tip of the iceberg.”

Jessica de Jarnette is a family physician.

She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, “COVID-19 and the Great Resignation: a catalyst, not the cause.”

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