Dec 3 2013
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Job Growth in Health Care Looks Healthy, Indeed

More than half of the 50 jobs projected to be the nation's fastest-growing occupations over the next several years are in the health care industry, according to a new report from the human resources company CareerBuilder and its research affiliate, Economic Modeling Specialists International.

Among the 26 health care jobs in the top 50, the ones with growth rates of 15 percent or greater include biomedical engineers, personal care and home health aides, physical therapy and occupational therapy assistants, physical therapy aides, diagnostic medical sonographers, and medical scientists (except epidemiologists).

Read the report, America's Job Outlook: Occupational Projections 2013-2017.
Read coverage of it in Becker's Hospital Review.

Tags: Human Capital, Jobs, Workforce issues, Workforce supply and demand