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Four in ten nurses want to change jobs


FOCUS - Recent surveys on the profession are alarming: a significant proportion feels poorly recognized, poorly paid, and without career prospects.

More than a year after the start of the pandemic, 40% of nurses say they want to change jobs, reveals a survey by the National Order of Nurses,

the results

of which are

published by

Le Figaro


On the contrary, 21% say they are strengthened in their vocation.

While the crisis has underlined the essential role of nurses in the healthcare system, half believe that the profession does not allow them to experience real career development and prospects. And this, in spite of the strong revaluation of salary (183 euros net per month) recorded in the “Ségur de la santé”.

“The upgrades are very important. This brought us up from 25th to 15th place in the OECD ranking, but we need to go further in terms of recognition, ”

says Patrick Chamboredon, President of the Order. And there is an emergency! Despite their exposure, 46% of nurses believe that they are not better recognized today by patients, 60% by other health professions and 77% by public authorities.

To read also: Home nursing care, largely forgotten by the “Ségur de la santé”


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Source: lefigaro

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