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The health care profession has just come through, and is still dealing with, the worst pandemic in a century. Besides the obvious tolls health care workers have gone through, their employers are now dealing with the repercussions and asking themselves how best to recruit and/or retain employees. According to a new study by TIAA , The Current State of Retirement Plans for Healthcare Organizations, the projected turnover for nurses is 23%, and 44% of over the next five years. Twenty-eight percent of physicians are expected to turnover over the next two years.

One area that employees in the health care sector, look to is retirement plans and planning. Certain themes are emerging for health care employees who are looking towards their retirement plans. For example, employers are engaging a multidimensional workforce that is diverse, represents different socioeconomic groups, generations, roles and race.

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