Seattle hospital thinks young for its workers
While the nation reels from job losses in fields from construction to banking, businesses such as hospitals, clinics, and doctors offices are struggling with a labor shortage that is only going to get worse. Given that troubling backdrop, Seattle-based Swedish Medical Center is doing whatever it takes to make sure new graduates and early-career professionals feel comfortable enough to join and stay at an organization dominated by people twice their age.
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