The dearth of health care workers — both in New Jersey and nationally — has been a growing problem. There’s been an exodus of employees due to the mental and physical toll of working during the pandemic. Meanwhile, some nurses have departed for agencies that offer superior pay, and a large number of workers have been forced to call out sick after contracting COVID-19. Read the Full Article.
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