LEAD National is looking ahead to five important recruitment trends in the skilled trades that will shape how businesses across the country navigate 2024.
The demand for allied health professionals is growing and opens up new opportunities for anyone interested in a career in healthcare. Vital in the diagnosis, evaluation and treatment of chronic disease and illness, allied health professionals play a significant role in caring for patients in hospitals, private practices, imaging centers, physician offices, health clinics, long-term care facilities, and more.
Where Have All the Tradespeople Gone? LEAD New England Addresses the Consequences of a Changing Labor Force
The average age of a skilled tradesperson in the United States continues to tick upward, now at 58 in 2022, and the difficulties in bringing in new talent, and the implications for building projects, requires companies to adopt a flexible strategy to their staffing plans.
During the COVID 19 pandemic, burnout got to a breaking point for many in healthcare. The result? A significant number of health professionals joined the great resignation to seek a better work/life balance with some moving to a completely different career path.
LEAD Pacific Northwest has been closely following forecasts and trends for the year ahead and continues to develop appropriate staffing strategies to meet the moment.