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Virginia Nurses: 2001 Survey Design Who Are Those Currently Active In The Nursing Workforce? Job Setting Indicators Of Propensity To Leave The Active Virginia.

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1 Virginia Nurses: 2001 Survey Design Who Are Those Currently Active In The Nursing Workforce? Job Setting Indicators Of Propensity To Leave The Active Virginia Workforce Who Are Those Not Currently Working In The Nursing Field? Reasons For Leaving Possibilities Of Return To Active Nursing Virginia Tech

2 Number* Of Virginia Residents Licensed, Registered, Or Certified In Nursing * Based on Virginia Board of Nursing database, as of May 5, Includes those with incomplete Virginia residential addresses. **Excludes those holding a license as LNP or registration as CNS. Virginia Tech

3 CNA Nursing Workforce Employment Status Virginia Tech

4 LPN Nursing Workforce Employment Status Virginia Tech

5 RN Nursing Workforce Employment Status Virginia Tech

6 CNS Nursing Workforce Employment Status Virginia Tech

7 LNP Nursing Workforce Employment Status Virginia Tech

8 Three Most Prevalent Job Settings Of Those Currently Working In Nursing CNA Nursing Home 43% Home Health 19% Assisted Living 13% LPN Hospital 27% Physicians Office 23% Nursing Home 23% Virginia Tech

9 Three Most Prevalent Job Settings Of Those Currently Working In Nursing RN Hospital 58% Physicians Office 6% Home Health 6% CNS Hospital 39% Mental Health Facility 14% Nursing Education 10% LNP Hospital 37% Physicians Office 35% Ambulatory Care (Other) 6% Virginia Tech

10 Proportion of Those Currently Working in Nursing Who Express Overall Job Satisfaction Virginia Tech

11 Proportion of All Virginia Resident Nurses Holding Active License/Registration/Certification in Another State Virginia Tech

12 Age Characteristics* Of Those Currently Working In Nursing Median Age Percentage Age 55 CNA4421% LPN4520% RN4516% CNS5030% LNP4615% Virginia Tech * Excludes those not reporting date of birth.

13 Proportion of Those Currently Working in Nursing Who Expect To Discontinue Work Within Ten Years Virginia Tech

14 Primary Reasons Cited by Those Not Currently Working in Nursing CNA Better Salaries In Other Work 43% More Convenient Hours In Other Work 21% Physically Difficult To Work In Nursing 21% Another Type Of Work More Fulfilling 14% LPN Retirement 30% Physically Difficult To Work In Nursing 20% More Convenient Hours In Other Work 19% Better Salaries In Other Work 19% RN Retirement 37% Adverse Working Conditions In Nursing 24% More Convenient Hours In Other Work 19% Better Salaries In Other Work 18% Virginia Tech

15 Primary Reasons Cited by Those Not Currently Working in Nursing CNS Retirement 36% Better Salaries In Other Work 25% More Convenient Hours In Other Work 21% Adverse Working Conditions In Nursing 18% Another Type Of Work More Fulfilling 18% LNP Retirement 32% Better Salaries In Other Work 13% Adverse Working Conditions In Nursing 13% Another Type Of Work More Fulfilling 11% Virginia Tech

16 Those Not Currently Employed In Nursing Field: Last Worked In Nursing Four Years Ago Virginia Tech

17 Those Not Currently Employed In Nursing Field Who Do Not Intend To Seek Future Employment In Nursing Virginia Tech

18 Discussion and Implications Virginia Tech


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