In the Guardian yesterday:
Between June 2010 and June 2011, a total of 3,689 employees cited concerns over long working hours as the reason they had decided to stop working for the NHS in England. But 10,257 did so between June 2017 and June 2018 – an increase of 178%. The 270 doctors who quit for a better work-life balance in 2017-18 represented a 167% increase on the 101 who did so in 2010-11. Dido Harding, the chair of NHS Improvement, said last October that “the single biggest problem in the NHS at the moment is that we don’t have enough people wanting to work in it”.