Financial Vulnerability and Worker Well-Being: A Comparison of Long-Term Services and Supports Workers With Other Health Workers

Over 1.5 million new jobs for medical assistants, nursing aides, and home care aides need to be filled by 2026. Many of these providers will work in the long-term services and supports (LTSS) sector.

This article discusses a study that utilized 16 years of data from the American Time Use Survey, which examines the financial vulnerability of high-skill and low-skill LTSS workers in comparison with other health care workers, and provides insight into their well-being by measuring time spent on work and non-work activities.

June 20, 2020
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June 20, 2020

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