DALLAS, July 6, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- StaffDNA has released its Candidate Blueprint Index (CBI) report for Q2 2017, whichprovides real-time data into the employment preferences of healthcare candidates nationwide who are actively in the job market. Data is obtained from a sample of nursing and allied health professionals who registered with StaffDNA from April
StaffDNA analyzed a sample of 5,000 clinicians who sought to apply for open positions through the company's SmartMatch technology over the three-month period. Applicants selected multiple employment preferences, including state and job type. Forty percent of applicants were seeking permanent positions, while 23 percent sought travel assignments, 30 percent local contract, and 14 percent per diem.
"This data gives us valuable insights into the employment preferences of healthcare travelers nationwide," said Sheldon Arora, Founder of StaffDNA. "We can better understand what changes are happening in the industry and how it will affect the overall market."
Arora believes the media's constant focus on the Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) may cause clinicians to become more cautious and think differently about jobs before applying.
As for the most requested states by job seekers, those percentages stayed relatively even quarter-over-quarter with Florida topping the list.
The Top 5 most requested states for overall employment were:
Florida (13.6%) – Texas (10.7%) – California (8.9%) – Georgia (5.81%) – North Carolina (5.26%)
For a complete list of rankings, visit http://www.staffdna.com/cbi
About StaffDNA LLC
Founded in 2014, StaffDNA is a premier talent marketplace for healthcare staffing agencies and employers seeking qualified candidates for hire. StaffDNA owns the largest database of clinicians in the world with nearly one-million healthcare professionals and growing.
StaffDNA is owned by veterans of the healthcare staffing industry and a group of private investors.
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SOURCE StaffDNA LLC
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