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 »
An aging population, advances in technology and the ongoing implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act -- also known as "Obamacare" -- ensure that jobs in medical professions will continue to grow in the U.S. for years.
Employment for both salaried and hourly workers in the health care... Read More »
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As a job seeker or as a student, it's important to keep one step ahead of the game and anticipate which jobs will be in demand in the future.
Between the baby boomers heading into retirement and companies looking for ways to survive the recession, it's been projected that careers in the healthcare and technology... Read More »
Healthcare jobs are constantly growing, even despite a weak economy.
As job outlooks become desperate, both experienced professionals and recent graduates are hoping to break into the healthcare industry where jobs are consistently becoming available. The need for healthcare workers will continue to rise, mostly... Read More »
Love the idea of working in health care, but can't stand either the sight of blood or several more years of school? The good news is jobs in the health care industry are wide-ranging and cater to a variety of professional levels and skill sets. Better yet, these jobs are also growing at a rapid pace. Read More »