Recession complicates healthcare recruiting
The nursing shortage across the nation is deepening, and now experts say the recession is undercutting the power of institutions to attack it. The economic downturn is drying up money that hospitals and nursing schools were spending to recruit and attract people to the profession. That means health institutions may remain understaffed longer than expected, health officials said.
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