Anyone who is looking for a better job in the healthcare industry will consider the job with satisfaction and which can provide steady growth. The Healthcare industry is the fastest growing industry and there are multiple jobs roles that provide steady growth with satisfaction.
1. Physician Assistant (Expected growth through 2026: 37% – According to Monster.com)
Physician assistants diagnose and treat patients in much the same way as doctors, under a physician’s supervision and in coordination with nurses and other health professionals. Because of new ACA regulations, there has been a major push for patients to seek care outside of hospital settings, says Kyle Mattice, president of health services at The Execu|Search Group, headquartered in New York City. “This trend, combined with the overall shortage of physicians, has sparked tremendous growth in the demand for physician assistants at outpatient and ambulatory care centers,” he says.
2. Nurse Anesthetists, midwives, and nurse practitioners (Expected growth through 2026: 31% According to monster.com)
Nurse anesthetists, nurse midwives and nurse practitioners are a specialized level of nurses referred to as advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs). They respectively provide care to patients undergoing anesthesia, to pregnant women before and during childbirth, or across an entire range of ages from newborns to the elderly in a primary care capacity.
3. Medical Assistants (Expected growth through 2026: 29% – According to Monster.com)
Medical assistants work in doctor’s offices, hospitals, and other health care facilities to record and maintain patients’ health history and personal information. They also assist doctors with exams, take patients’ blood pressure, and may administer injections or medications. Some administrative duties (such as scheduling) may also be part of the job.
4. Message Therapists (Expected growth through 2026: 26% – According to Monster.com)
Massage therapists treat clients by using touch to manipulate the muscles and other soft tissues of the body. With their touch, therapists relieve pain, help heal injuries, improve circulation, relieve stress, increase relaxation, and aid in the general wellness of clients.
5. Phlebotomists (Expected growth through 2026: 25% – According to Monster.com)
Phlebotomists draw blood for tests, transfusions, research or blood donations.
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