The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released their predictions for the job market over the next decade, and healthcare is poised to be strong for jobs through 2028.
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The healthcare industry was healthy in the first half of 2019, especially in ambulatory care and hospitals, which saw large growth in June.