SPOTLIGHT: CA faces pronounced health worker shortage

Whatever problems the health industry faces are writ large in California--and health worker shortages are no exception. According to a new study, demand for allied health professionals in the state should grow by 26 percent in less than a decade, according to one advocacy group. The group says that the shortage is driven by a lack of capacity in the state's college system. Press release

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