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Staffing shortages that have plagued the recovery of senior living facilities and squeezed operators’ margins as labor costs rise appear to be easing a bit.

The latest National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care survey shows a significant drop in the percentage of respondents who said they were dealing with “severe” staffing shortages—and a corresponding increase in the number who described the labor shortage as “minimal.”

Jack Rogers

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