State Workforce Survey & Marketing Campaign

The Maine Department of Labor (MDOL), Economic and Community Development (DECD) and Health and Human Services (DHHS) are working together on a marketing campaign aimed at recruiting more individuals into direct care and behavioral health jobs. MHCA is part of an advisory group helping to provide guidance on the development of this important campaign.

To inform this campaign, the State of Maine's marketing agency partner (Pulse Marketing) has put together a brief survey to learn more about the motivations, challenges and aspirations of current direct care workers as well as those who may be interested but not yet connected to the field.

The survey takes about 10 minutes to complete and all results are anonymous. Thank you. Please feel free to share the excerpt below with colleagues and friends.

Interested in direct care or behavioral health work or entering the healthcare field? Looking for a career change and considering a shift to more meaningful work? Currently working in the direct care or behavioral health field?
Take this 10 minute survey to share more about what you're looking for in your job, your career challenges and motivations, and your career aspirations. Your feedback will be completely anonymous and help strengthen Maine's direct care & behavioral health workforce.
Survey translations available in: Français (French)Español (Spanish)Português (Portuguese); Soomaali (Somali) ???? (Arabic)

Staff contact: