- Healthcare staffing buyers have reached a point beyond which even they were not willing to cut further.
- While we do believe that the healthcare staffing market has bottomed out, signs point to a mild recovery through 2011.
- Moreover, hospitals will continue to have an easier time finding workers on their own than before the recession, as labor supply shortages in most occupations are not likely to return quickly.
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