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October 10, 2022

Take The 2022 State of Nursing Survey (Anonymously)

Take The 2022 State of Nursing Survey (Anonymously)

Nurse.org's 2021 State of Nursing Survey won the Gold Award for the Digital Health Awards, Best Media/Publications Article, Spring 2022

In 2021, Nurse.org launched our first State of Nursing Survey - the results of that first survey revealed harsh truths about the state of nursing, how nurses were feeling about the profession, how their employers were treating them, their mental well-being, and plans for the future. Nurse.org's 2022 State of Nursing Survey has been revamped to target the needs of today's nurses.

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2021 State of Nursing - Key Findings

The 2021 State of Nursing Survey focused on the nursing shortage and the reasons causing nurses to leave the profession. Read the 2021 State of Nursing Survey here. Nurses didn’t hold back when discussing their feelings regarding the state of nursing in 2021:  

  • 87% feel burnt out
  • 84% are frustrated with administrators
  • 84% feel they are underpaid
  • 83% feel their mental health has suffered
  • 77% feel unsupported at work
  • 61% feel unappreciated
  • 60% have felt uncomfortable having to work outside of their comfort zone in the past year
  • 58% of nurses have felt frustrated with their patients
  • 58% of nurses have felt unsafe at work in the past year 

Read the 2021 State of Nursing Survey Results