As an industry that typically seems very “life of death”, healthcare may not be your first choice when looking for a stress-free job, but they do exist.
If you want to work in one of the most stable industries in the country, but crave the flexibility of working from home, these jobs might be right for you.
The healthcare industry was healthy in the first half of 2019, especially in ambulatory care and hospitals, which saw large growth in June.
Hospitals are, and have been, hiring. But what cities yield the best chance of hospital employment? Where are the jobs?
Despite the overall U.S. economy shedding 33,000 jobs and Hurricanes Irma and Harvey disrupting hospitals and healthcare systems in Texas and Florida, healthcare continued adding jobs in September—more than 23,000 of them, to be precise—according …
These gains bring the total number of positions added in healthcare over the year to a staggering 328,000.
Survey data shows that hospitals will need to replace nearly half of their staff every five years.
The healthcare workforce is growing, with more than 2.6 million jobs added between 2005 and 2015.
10 of the top 12 part-time positions that pay $20+/hour are in healthcare, including Dental Hygienists, Physical Therapist Assistants, LPNs/LVNs, and more.
If you’re a nurse preparing for a job interview, here are some helpful sample answers to the common questions you might be asked.