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Feb 3, 2023

Roughly 10 percent of long-term care workers have left their careers since the start of COVID-19. The shortage in staffing has led to nursing homes turning patients away, left caregivers at home struggling for help, and ultimately put patients at risk in the hands of workers who have been stretched thin. Tradeoffs host Dan Gorenstein talks about a San Fransisco non-profit home health agency looking to make changes in this sector and how providing long-term care workers with new career pathways could be part of the solution. If you like this episode, check out the Tradeoffs podcast at