This study shows that more than one-in-two healthcare workers, both in the metro and the non-metro, are burned out. Data
are from the USA Today / Ipsos survey of healthcare workers, fielded during February 9-16, 2022. Demographics such as
education and income do not correlate with burnout; in other words, one’s level of education and income are independent
of being burned out on the job. Prevention strategies such as humanization of work schedules are recommended.