GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

The Most Surprising Nurse Burnout Statistics And Trends in 2024

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"Research in the Journal of Nursing Management found that 33% of nurses considered leaving their job due to burnout."

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"A survey by the RN Work Project found that 24% of nurses exhibit symptoms of severe burnout."

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"Statista reports that 31% of nurses cite burnout as the main reason for leaving their first job within the first year."

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"The New England Journal of Medicine states that burnout contributes to a 22% higher absenteeism rate among nurses."

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"According to a survey by the American Nurses Association, over 50% of nurses report experiencing symptoms of burnout."

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"A Medscape Nurse Career Satisfaction Report states that 50% of nurses feel emotionally exhausted."

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"A study published in MEDSURG Nursing Journal found that 41% of nurses feel "unengaged" and "undervalued," contributing to burnout."

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"The National Academy of Medicine reports that burnout affects 35%-54% of nurses."

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"According to the American Nurse Journal, the turnover rate for bedside registered nurses is 17.2%, often attributed to burnout."

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"The Journal of Advanced Nursing indicates that 37% of nurses identify stress and burnout as the main reasons for leaving the profession."

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"The Journal of Clinical Nursing found that 34% of nurses report high levels of depersonalization, a key component of burnout."

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"The Nursing Times reports that nearly 40% of hospital nurses report feeling burnout."

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"The Mayo Clinic Proceedings reports that nurses have a 10-20% higher prevalence of burnout compared to other professions."

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"The British Medical Journal reports that nurses experiencing burnout have a 1.5 times higher risk of making medical errors."

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"According to a study in the International Journal of Nursing Studies, 28% of nurses report burnout negatively affecting patient care."

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"A Health Affairs study found that 25% of nurses under the age of 30 experience high burnout levels."

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"Nursing Economic$ reports that 30% of home health nurses experience burnout."

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"The American Journal of Nursing notes that burnout is associated with a 23% drop in job performance among nurses."

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"The Journal of Nursing Administration reports that 38% of nursing leaders are aware of severe burnout in their staff."

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"A study in the Journal of Nursing Scholarship found that emotional exhaustion in nurses has a prevalence rate of 43%."

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