• 10 states with the fastest-growing job markets

    The national job openings rate in the United States has risen by 89.29% in the past decade — but some states are seeing even faster job growth, according to a recent analysis shared with Becker's. 
  • The 15 hospitals with more than 5 Magnet designations

    Less than 0.25% of the nation's hospitals have more than five Magnet designations, and only one state has more than one hospital part of the elite list. 
  • Top states for racial health equity: US News

    U.S. News & World Report has released a new set of state rankings that compare racial equality across four health categories. 
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  • The best place in the world to work, per Fortune

    A global hotel firm tops the list of Fortune's 25 best workplaces in the world for 2023. Notably, the list only features one healthcare company. 
  • US report card on preterm birth rates: Grades by state

    In its annual report card on maternal and infant health, March of Dimes gave the U.S. a "D+" for its high preterm birth rate, which is one of the leading causes of infant death. Overall, 10.4% of all babies born in the U.S. were preterm in 2022, a minimal improvement from the all-time high of 10.5% in 2021. 
  • Delaware hospitals push back after none receive Leapfrog 'A'

    Delaware hospitals are speaking out after not a single one received an "A" on The Leapfrog Group's fall safety grades, CBS affiliate WBOC reported Nov. 14.
  • 16 health systems named Military Friendly Employers

    Several health systems made the 21st annual list of Military Friendly Employers.
  • The 20 best cities to retire, per US News

    The top five cities to retire in are in Pennsylvania, according to U.S. News & World Report. In fact, eight of the top 20 are in the Keystone State. 
  • 20 best places to live, per US News

    Of the top 20 American cities to call home, 20% are located in Florida, according to a recent ranking fromU.S. News & World Report. 
  • Best MBA programs to grow a career: LinkedIn

    LinkedIn has published its inaugural ranking of the top 50 MBA programs in the United States. 
  • 20 worst cities for 'snowbirds,' 'zoombirds'

    Cities in California dominate the bottom of a list of warm weather cities considered the best for "snowbirds" and "zoombirds," according to one new analysis.
  • 15 most, least overweight states

    More than 7 in 10 U.S. adults aged 20 and older are either overweight or obese, and the health challenge is greater in some states than others. 
  • Top 5 health systems for working parents

    Five health systems made the list of the top 100 companies for working parents.
  • 20 best cities for 'snowbirds,' 'zoombirds'

    Temperate cities in Florida and Texas are about to get an influx of residents, according to a Nov. 8 analysis from StorageCafe. 
  • States with the highest, lowest percentages of 'A'-ranked hospitals, per Leapfrog

    Utah had the highest percentage of "A"-ranked hospitals in the country while four states had no "A"-ranked hospitals, according to The Leapfrog Group's fall safety grades.
  • Healthcare job listings per capita, by state

    New Hampshire has the most healthcare job listings per capita, followed by Maine and Massachusetts, according to one new analysis of Indeed data.
  • 20 cities losing residents

    Nearly half of the 20 American cities losing the most residents are located in California, according to a Nov. 2 analysis from SmartAsset. 
  • The star ratings of Leapfrog's straight-'A' and 'F' hospitals

    A comparison of data from CMS and The Leapfrog Group suggests that a hospital's strong performance in one national quality rating system does not necessarily mean it will be a top performer in another. 
  • Where are Leapfrog's 11 'F' hospitals?

    Four California hospitals made the list of 11 nationwide to receive an "F" grade in The Leapfrog Group's fall safety ratings released Nov. 6. New York is the state with the second most on the short list with two hospitals receiving an "F" grade. 
  • Where are Leapfrog's 18 straight-'A' hospitals?

    Eighteen U.S. hospitals have received consecutive "A" safety grades since 2012, according to  The Leapfrog Group's fall safety grades, which were released Nov. 6. 

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