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Report: Physician turnover rates are climbing as they clamor for better work-life balance

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Job turnover is on the rise among physicians because their desire for flexibility and work-life balance is emboldening them to leave jobs where they feel overworked or underappreciated, according to a new report released by healthcare staffing company CHG Healthcare.

The report found that 43% of physicians switched jobs during the pandemic. It also found that 8% of physicians retired, and 3% left medicine to work in a non-clinical career.

For the report, CHG surveyed 534 physicians throughout the country about their career changes since the beginning of the pandemic through April 2022. Forty percent of respondents were in the early stage of their career, 26% were mid-career and 34% were late-career.

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