Nearly 4 in 10 Michigan nurses say they plan to quit, new survey shows
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A new study from the University of Michigan revealed that 39% of nurses in Michigan are planning to leave their jobs within a year, exacerbating the state's nurse shortage. Additionally, 59% of newly trained nurses under 25 are also planning to leave the profession within a year. The study surveyed 9,150 licensed nurses in Michigan and 1,224 nurses who left their jobs in the last two years.
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