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Physician assistant work-life balance in 13 numbers

More than 28% of physician assistants reported being dissatisfied with their work-life balance, Medscape reported May 24.

The findings come from a survey of nearly 86,000 physician assistants and quantitative data from 2023 National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants.

Here are 12 more stats about physician assistants’ work-life balance and burnout:

Those who reported being unsatisfied with work-life balance were nearly threefold more likely to be burned out.

The main contributors to burnout for physician assistants was too many bureaucratic tasks (57%) and lack of respect (43%).

High satisfaction for physician associates was most common among those younger than 30, with 53% of physician assistants who had worked from 0-10 years being satisfied with their work-life balance….

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