The COVID-19 pandemic has inspired an outpouring of public appreciation for the country’s frontline heroes, from television ads to firefighter salutes to essential worker toys. But while doctors and nurses deserve our praise, they are not the only ones risking their lives during the pandemic—in fact, they represent less than 20% of all essential health workers.
In this survey study, with 58 408 respondents conducted between April and December 2020, high CCS was associated with 80% greater odds of burnout in all health care workers.
FAs about small businesses and COVID-19’s effects in 2020.
Whether by necessity or ingenuity, minority owned small businesses may be giving us an early sign of how US businesses will adapt in the wake of COVID-19.