Even before the pandemic, there were substantial concerns about shortages in healthcare personnel, particularly in roles such as primary care providers, psychiatrists, dentists, nurses, and behavioral health support staff. The challenges that healthcare workers confronted while navigating the pandemic deserve profound recognition. As we transition into a new era, numerous uncertainties hover around the future of healthcare.
Is the sector rebounding? What are the prospects for the healthcare domain? Is healthcare a promising career avenue? Positively, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics anticipates a 13 percent uptick in healthcare employment between 2021 and 2023, a rate that outpaces the average growth across various sectors. The team at the U.S. Career Institute has distilled government data on healthcare employment trends to reveal the swiftest-growing healthcare roles, thereby assisting in anticipating the demand for medical positions in the near future. While the horizon remains uncertain, this compilation stands to guide those considering a new journey in healthcare by aiding them in plotting a course toward rewarding, financially sound, and stable vocations.
Infographic by: www.uscareerinstitute.edu