Opportunities to work in the healthcare and health technology sector is very good, and will continue to be so over many years. While there are no guarantees with employment projections, there are other factors involved that mean people will continue to demand more medical services. Because of this, it is felt that working in healthcare is widely regarded as the closest thing to a guarantee that you’ll find a job and keep one. You need to decide what you’re interest is in, and how long you want it to take for you to get there.


U.S. Healthcare Workforce Outlook

The U.S. healthcare workforce outlook is becoming increasing important as more patients get access to care and our elderly population grows. We thought this was the perfect opportunity to gather some data on the U.S. healthcare workforce outlook to better understand the scope of recruitment needs for hospitals. Take a look at the data in […]

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By and On Saturday, June 6th, 2015

Healthcare Job Boom Continues

Modern Healthcare — The healthcare industry added 46,800 jobs in May, nearly matching April’s largest monthly increase this year. The U.S. economy overall added 280,000 jobs, about 1 in 6 being in healthcare, and the unemployment rate was unchanged at 5.5%.

By On Monday, May 18th, 2015

Nursing income by industry

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports the median salary for a registered nurse was $66,640 for May 2014. The best-paid 10 percent of RNs made more than $98,880, while the bottom 10 percent earned less than $45,880.

By On Saturday, May 9th, 2015

Healthcare Adds More Than 45,000 Jobs in April

The healthcare industry added 45,200 jobs in April, the largest monthly increase so far this year. Hospitals accounted for more than a quarter of that total. Employment at hospitals went up by 11,800 last month, a 0.2% uptick from March and a 1.8% increase from April 2014, according to seasonally adjusted figures from the Bureau […]

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