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5 Jobs in Healthcare to Consider

Jobs in the healthcare field aren’t going away, as people will always need medical attention. But some jobs seem to be growing more than others. We’ve put together a list of the top five jobs in healthcare, their average salaries, and how much they are expected to grow within the next ten years.

  1. Physician Assistant- At an average $97,280 a year, PAs not only earn their keep, but their demand continues to grow, at 30% over the next decade to be exact. PAs do just about the same things as General Practitioners such as diagnosis, surgeries, and injection, bit they are required to be supervised by a licensed physician or surgeon.
  2. Nurse Practitioner- With at 35% growth rate, nurse practitioners have the fastest growing positions in the health care industry. If you are an RN, you can become an NP with just a little more education. An NP’s typical duties involve noting patient’s history, ordering labs, and prescribing medicine.
  3. OB Sonographer – The health and care of a mother’s baby while in the womb is one of the most important things to her, which is why OB Sonographers have a starting salary of about $65,000. As an OB Sonographer, you can expect to perform around eight to ten exams a day which includes operating ultrasound equipment, explaining specifics of the imaging to patients, and observing the weight of the fetus.  
  4. Pharmacist- With an average annual salary of around $112,000 pharmacists earn their keep. Daily tasks that involve interpreting prescriptions, overseeing Drug-drug, drug-allergy, and high dose medications, routing prescriptions to appropriate personnel, and so much more, mean that you’ll never have a dull moment.
  5. Phlebotomist- If you get queasy easily, this may not be the right job for you. As a phlebotomist, your main tasks each day will be to collect samples of urine and blood, so candidates for this position need to be comfortable with needles. You’ll also have to be able to best determine how to extract the blood from a patient, especially ones with thin or spotty veins, all while making sure the patient is experiencing a minimal amount of discomfort. Phlebotomists can make anywhere from $10 to $12 an hour, averaging around $23,000 a year.

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