Journal of Nursing

Chinese Nurses’ Job Satisfaction and Turnover Intentions in the Context of Covid-19 Pandemic

Peimeng Ding, Min Zhao, Danni Zheng, Youfeng Zhou, Liangjun Zhou


COVID-19 has been evidenced to increase nurses experiences of low job dissatisfaction, augmenting their intentions for leaving the role.During epidemics time, the working environment for nurses is usually very stressful. In a study pertaining specifically to the COVID-19 pandemic, Said and El-Shafei (2020) found that the nurses investigated have been subject to major stressors. There has been a renewed interest in deepening scholarly understanding of the relationship between job satisfaction and employees’ turnover intentions.


Chinese Nurses; Job Satisfaction; Turnover Intention

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