Halfway through 2017, healthcare job growth remains strong, but it’s running nearly 20% below last year’s record pace.
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The healthcare industry reported another month of strong job growth in May, outpacing the rest of the economy in hiring.
Whether you’re in nursing school or have just finished your first year on the job as an RN, you may be wondering if there are any non-hospital job opportunities for nurses out there.
Memorial Hermann, Mayo Clinic, Penn Medicine among providers lauded for keeping their workforces happy.
Having these soft and hard skills will make you valuable to any employer, no matter which healthcare setting you work in.
Employment in healthcare is estimated to grow by 19% from 2014 to 2024, and many of these newly created jobs require a higher skill level than ever before.
Consumers are okay with automation replacing taxi drivers and lawyers. But doctors? Not so much.
In 2016, health care services accounted for 12.6 percent of the nation’s overall employment — up from 9.8 percent in 2000.