Mission, Ethics Careers


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CHRISTUS works to spur student, employee interest in mission, ethics careers

About 60 percent of Catholic health care mission leaders said in a 2013 CHA survey that they planned to retire by 2022. And more than 70 percent of Catholic health care ethicists said in a 2014 CHA survey that they planned to retire by 2029.

With a majority of mission leaders and ethicists in the ministry nearing retirement within the next dozen years — and with evidence that there’s a shortage of prospective replacements in the career pipeline — CHA has been urging Catholic health systems and facilities to focus on succession planning for these positions in the near term.

chausa.org/publications/catholic-health-world/archives/issues/march-1-2017/christus-works-to-spur-student-employee-interest-in-mission-ethics-careers


#2

No interest? Really? There are well paying careers out there for people of faith, promoting their faith in the clinical setting.


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