Hospitals in peril? Only 1 in 3 nurses plan to stay on job after 2025

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BOCA RATON, Fla. — Nurses haven’t received the respect they deserve for decades. They work exceedingly long hours, juggle numerous responsibilities on a day-to-day basis, and are routinely tasked with administering delicate medications and treatments — all while getting a fraction of the pay doctors receive. The COVID-19 pandemic greatly exasperated these issues, as the virus …

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Entrepreneurs are often feverish workaholics. So what’s their secret to avoiding burnout?

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AMSTERDAM — New research from the University of Amsterdam reports that despite entrepreneurs often working longer hours than salaried employees, they are at no greater risk of burnout. In fact, study authors say burnout risk is actually smaller, on average, among entrepreneurs thanks to the “to the positive psychological effects of entrepreneurial work”. Considering how common …

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Working more hours in stressful jobs increases depression risk

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ANN ARBOR, Mich. — The more hours people work each week in a stressful job, the greater their risk of depression rises, according to a new study examining doctors. Researchers from Michigan Medicine found that those working 90 or more hours a week saw changes in depression scores that were three times higher than the …

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