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.
If you’re considering becoming a nurse, or already on your way to being a nurse, you may be curious about what specialties are the most well earning.
Take a look at the top 15 highest paying jobs in healthcare, compiled with LinkedIn’s user submitted salary data.
The healthcare sector contributed 14,000 of 98,000 total jobs added to the economy in March.
Whether your ultimate career goal is to work as a doctor or own the local factory, it pays to get started while you’re young.
Hospitals and other healthcare facilities function on more than just doctors and nurses—they need engineers.
In-demand professions include health care consultant, strategic project manager and pharmaceutical brand manager.
50 states, 50 salaries—take a look at which states pay the most, and the least, for nurses.
Do you work for one of the top hospitals, health systems, or organizations? Find out.