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As a healthcare traveler, you constantly rely on short-term housing, especially when the average assignment is about thirteen weeks long. Because of this, you may find yourself relying on apps like Furnished Finder, VRBO, and Airbnb to find the best options. In New York City, there have been significant changes to Airbnb's short-term rental limits. But what does this mean for healthcare travelers who use Airbnb to find housing? In this article, we’ll share what’s changing, what it means for healthcare travelers, and what they can do about it.
Marketplace leaders, Dan DeVeney and Shanna Shore Matthews, answer questions about the current state of the healthcare staffing industry, how travelers can succeed in their careers, and why the utilization of a staffing platform is important.
Marketplace is a staffing recruitment platform that enables travelers to find their own high-quality positions. Marketplace is melding fresh and evolving high-tech thinking with strategies for meeting the needs of travelers and agency partners. With this focus on the traveler in mind, Marketplace is rebranding with a new look and logo to align more closely with the future objectives of the brand.
As the healthcare industry stabilizes post-pandemic, pay rate changes are inevitable, presenting both challenges and opportunities for traveling healthcare workers. Understanding the factors driving these changes is important for healthcare travelers to navigate the evolving industry. According to Marketplace data, most travelers have either experienced or know someone who’s experienced an unexpected pay rate change during their assignment: 65% of healthcare travelers have experienced a pay rate change in the last two years 82% were informed of the pay rate change prior to its effective date 72% were contacted by a recruiter; 14% by an agency; 10% by the facility Keep reading to learn why contract or pay rate changes are happening for healthcare travelers post-COVID-19 and how to navigate the transition successfully. Why are contract changes happening? How healthcare travelers can navigate the new normal Is it worth it to continue traveling?
50.5 million people quit their jobs in 2022. This wave of mass quitting is known as The Great Resignation — a phenomenon that took the world by storm. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, workers began reassessing what they want out of their careers and lives, leading to a surge in resignations from jobs across industries that is still having an impact today. From corporate executives to retail associates, employees are leaving their positions at unprecedented rates. However, the healthcare system was arguably hardest hit by the Great Resignation.
We caught up with Dr. Dashaé, PT, DPT, aka @thecurlyclinician, about her experience as a black woman working in the healthcare industry. Read more for her personal insights as well as the impact she’s making as a physical therapist.
You’ve probably heard the term “quiet quitting” used recently online, in the news, or maybe even in the workplace. But what is it and what does it mean for you as a healthcare professional? Here’s everything you need to know about this trending term, from its definition, what it looks like in healthcare, and possible solutions.
There have been a lot of market changes in the healthcare staffing industry recently, so what better time for leaders to get together and discuss what the future of healthcare staffing looks like! That’s exactly what Marketplace will be doing soon as a gold sponsor of the SIA Healthcare Staffing Summit 2022. Here’s what you need to know about the event and the networking opportunities that will be available to agencies in attendance. What is the Healthcare Staffing Summit? Networking opportunities for agencies at the Healthcare Staffing Summit Healthcare Staffing Summit 2022 schedule: Where to find Marketplace
In a healthcare era where speed to market is vital and the staffing shortage is imminent, the burden on healthcare recruiters is heavy. Between the Great Resignation, COVID-19 pandemic, and healthcare jobs on the rise, 61 percent of recruiters have reported an increase in stress at work. Here’s why recruiter burnout poses a threat to healthcare staffing needs and how to prevent it. How is the Great Resignation affecting recruiters? What is burnout? 5 ways to prevent recruiter burnout
Many jobs are available in healthcare right now and that employment growth is only projected to continue to trend upward in the next decade with an estimated 2.6 million new jobs added to the healthcare industry between 2020 and 2030. Here’s what you need to know about healthcare employment trends and the current healthcare jobs in demand.