Recently, the stock market has taken a hit from the less-than-stellar unemployment rate. While there’s been some jobs added in March, the numbers weren’t what analysts expected. However, it wasn’t so long ago that stocks responded to positive news (January and February hiring reports, for example). Within the healthcare sector, we’re hearing on one side that hospitals are tired of the “wait-and-see” approach and are now ramping up efforts to effectively staff departments. Yet the high unemployment rates certainly don’t reflect that. So which is it? What are you seeing in your hospitals and communities?