Health care workers with disabilities are increasingly looking for jobs that support their independence, independence and well-being.
The health care workforce is expected to grow by 8.2 per cent to 6.9 million jobs in 2019, according to the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence.
The figures, released by the National Health Service Employers Survey (NHSE) released on Thursday, show that there will be an increase of more than 2.3 million jobs across all sectors of the health care sector.
The survey also showed that health care workers are increasingly likely to seek a higher-level of employment with employers that employ more than 50 people.
It is an employment trend that has already been seen across many sectors of industry, including the medical and dental industries, the food and beverage, pharmacy, nursing and allied health sectors.
According to the NHSE, there were an estimated 4.6 million workers with a disability in Australia in 2016, a record high.
The number of people with a mental health condition in the workforce is predicted to more than double by 2021.
And it’s not just people with mental health conditions that are looking for more work.
The NHSE report also revealed that health professionals with disabilities who are also employed as part of their job are also becoming more confident and optimistic about their future.
The report found that almost half (45 per cent) of respondents said they would be less likely to leave their job if they were able to do so with the right skills and experience.
Nearly a third (32 per cent), however, said they are not confident that they will be able to keep their current job.
In other words, the number of job seekers who have confidence that they can keep their job is rising.
And these are people who are not likely to have the time or experience to leave the workplace if they have a mental illness.
The majority of people are also not able to leave a job when they have been diagnosed with a condition such as bipolar disorder or schizophrenia, which can have a negative impact on their career prospects.
“There is a strong correlation between job stress and mental health.
That is why it is important to recognise that people with health conditions are likely to experience greater job stress as a result of their condition,” the NHMEE said in a statement.”
For this reason, employers should be aware of the need to offer support and help to those who are struggling with mental illness.”
Read more about health care jobs and mental illness in Australia:The NHMEH survey also revealed the prevalence of mental health problems among health care employees.
Nearly 30 per cent of respondents in Australia said they had a mental disorder, including depression, anxiety and substance misuse.
And the NHGEE said that almost two-thirds of employees reported experiencing symptoms of anxiety, stress or depression during their workday.
“This survey highlights the challenges employers face in supporting staff with mental disorders, including mental health, and also how this could impact on health outcomes,” the National Mental Health Foundation (NMHF) said in the statement.
In addition, the NHHE report found some health professionals are less likely than others to receive support from employers.
More than one-quarter (27 per cent ) of health professionals in Australia reported having no mental health support at all.
“The lack of access to a mental wellness and mental wellbeing support service is particularly important for the health and wellbeing of mental illness sufferers, particularly for those who may have to leave jobs if they experience stress,” the report said.