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Health Care Workers Continue to Be In Demand Through 2014

Health Care Workers Continue to Be In Demand Through 2014

No sign of growth trend slowing

Even throughout the Great Recession, the health care industry has thrived. As of June, health care employment has grown 121 consecutive months. Read More »

Job Descriptions Decoded: Healthcare Analytics Analyst Position

Job Descriptions Decoded: Healthcare Analytics Analyst Position

The first test of analytical skills is your resume

No matter the job title, you'll still want to make direct connections between what the organization seeks and what you offer. Read More »

It's a Living. Part I: David's Saga Episode 11: Data Analyst Hero

It's a Living. Part I: David's Saga Episode 11: Data Analyst Hero

Come back tomorrow for the next episode

David dug up evidence that single-payer health care would benefit rich and poor but what will his boss do? Read More »

It's a Living Part I: David's Saga. Episode 10: It Takes a Scare

It's a Living Part I: David's Saga. Episode 10: It Takes a Scare

The story resumes next Monday.

Would volunteering for a cause David believed in land him a good job? Read More »

Don't Forget To Thank A Nurse Today

Don't Forget To Thank A Nurse Today

It's Nurse Appreciation Day

Nurses earn on average more than $65,000 and the best-paid 10 percent make almost $95,000. The job can take a toll on an individual's psyche. Read More »

Healthcare Worker's Oversight Puts Over 600 Students At Risk For HIV

Healthcare Worker's Oversight Puts Over 600 Students At Risk For HIV

Employee made the same mistake for eight years

A healthcare worker has put over 600 students at the University of Derby at risk of HIV or hepatitis infection, after failing to change syringe barrels. Read More »

​The Big Boom In Health Care Jobs

​The Big Boom In Health Care Jobs

More than doctors and nurses are in demand

Professionals across the board are in demand to support the healthcare industry, including accountants, IT professionals and technicians. Read More »

Man Sues Hospital, Doc: Appendix Left In After Appendectomy

Man Sues Hospital, Doc: Appendix Left In After Appendectomy

A Bronxville, NY man is suing a hospital and doctor over a 2013 appendectomy. Allegedly they didn't remove the appendix and he needed a second surgery. Read More »

Hospice Worker: Breast Cancer Got Me Fired

Hospice Worker: Breast Cancer Got Me Fired

Secretary reportedly fired six days before Christmas

A former hospice worker said she was fired when breast cancer treatment prevented her from working more than 30 hours a week. The CEO got a 30 percent raise. Read More »

Disabled Group Home Workers Charged With Running Fight Club

Disabled Group Home Workers Charged With Running Fight Club

Two with the minds of pre-schoolers were pitted

Four workers at a Hamptons group home for developmentally disabled adults are accused of having residents fight each other and videoing them for entertainment. Read More »

What It's Like To Be... A Yoga Instructor

What It's Like To Be... A Yoga Instructor

Lines "blur" with students, says Tricia Donegan

AOL's 'What It's Like' series continues with Bikram Yoga instructor Tricia Donegan. Read More »

7 Jobs That Pay $70 an Hour or More

7 Jobs That Pay $70 an Hour or More

Dentists, petroleum engineers, CEOs and more

What preparation do you need to get a job that pays $70 per hour or more? (If you do the math, that's $146,000 per year.) Read More »

50 Best Companies For Older Workers

50 Best Companies For Older Workers

AARP and Society for Human Resource Management's annual ranking of best employers for the plus-50 set. Read More »

Male Nurses: No Longer A Rarity

Male Nurses: No Longer A Rarity

One of the few brights spots in the economy has been the fast-growing health care field. As a result, more male workers are entering the booming sector. Read More »

America's Fastest-Growing Job Pays Poorly

America's Fastest-Growing Job Pays Poorly

By Annalyn Kurtz The fastest growing job in America pays poorly. Meet home health care aides. These nearly 2 million (mostly minorities and women) workers do everything from prepare meals and clean homes, to bathe and change bedpans for elderly and disabled patients. Read More »

10 Highest-Paying Temp Jobs

10 Highest-Paying Temp Jobs

One way to get a foot in the door of a desirable employer is to get hired as a temp. This year, 40 percent of employers plan to hire temporary and contract workers, compared to 36 percent last year, according to an annual forecast by CareerBuilder (an AOL Jobs sponsor). Of these companies, 42 percent plan to... Read More »

Health Care Jobs In Highest Demand In 2013

Health Care Jobs In Highest Demand In 2013

As a huge proportion of the population gets older, there will be a high demand for better health care services, cutting-edge technology, and new drugs -- along with the doctors, nurses, lab researchers, technicians, and administrators who can propel the industry forward. Read More »

Is There A Nursing Shortage? [Infographic]

Is There A Nursing Shortage? [Infographic]

Despite a shortage of nurses, many recent nursing-school graduates are finding it difficult to find employment. Read More »

13 Health Care Companies Hiring Now

13 Health Care Companies Hiring Now

22 percent of health care hiring managers plan to add full-time, permanent health care employees in 2013. Read More »

Pharmacist: Most Equal Job For Men And Women

Pharmacist: Most Equal Job For Men And Women

Pharmacy is a fast-growing profession offering a six-figure salary - and the pay is nearly equal for men and women. Read More »

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