Some 70% of health care workers in Japan want to quit their jobs, a survey by an umbrella organization of labor unions for local government workers showed Thursday.
The result reflect serious labor shortages the medical field, according to the All-Japan Prefectural and Municipal Workers Union, or Jichiro, which conducted the survey on the impact of the prolonged COVID-19 pandemic on nurses and other staff at public hospitals.
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