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Q2 2023 Staffing Update

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Q2 2023 Staffing Update

Healthcare facilities continue to experience labor shortages, yet numerous staffing firms experienced reduced volumes and declining bill rates in Q2. With declining bill rates, nurse pay continues to fall. Technology continues to benefit firms from a recruitment, credentialing, and placement perspective. According to SIA, approximately 72% of revenue is generated firms using technology-enabled solutions.

While there continues to be a nurse shortage because of retirements, or nurses leaving the profession earlier due to the pandemic, demand for therapists, clinical social workers, speech pathologists, and psychiatrists remains high. Many staffing firms have expressed interest in school-based settings because of stable rates, longer contract terms, and government investment.

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