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Posts Tagged ‘Career Analysis’

Top 10 Healthcare Jobs – That Don’t Require a Doctorate Degree

High Paying and Fast Growing Healthcare Careers That Don't Require a Doctorate Degree

Healthcare is hiring, and you do not necessarily need an MD or Ph.D. to find a challenging career with competitive pay. There are many positions that require less education but still offer a substantial annual wage with job growth.

The following is a list of 10 top healthcare jobs predicted to see high rates of job growth over the next ten years…

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Nurse Practitioner Specialties Explained

Advance Practice Nurse Specialties

When considering a career as a nurse practitioner, it is important to envision what you would most like to be doing and what population you are most interested or enjoy. Whatever your area of preference is, you may or may not need a specialty certification. But even for areas where the certification is not necessary, obtaining a specialized degree does make you the most marketable for the position and allows you to provide top of the line care and practice to the fullest extent of your education.

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Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants – The Hot Jobs of Healthcare

Np and PA Outlook

Health Care will always be a field with guaranteed growth and job opportunities. As the physician shortage continues, the number of Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners in medical offices and hospital settings will continue to rise. These roles offer a great starting salary and a fraction of the cost of education and liability that comes with being a physician…

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Medical Research as a Career

Alternative Physician Careers - Medical Research

Of all the ways one can practice medicine, one of the most fulfilling is in research. Research medicine involves searching and re-searching for, as well as discovering, proving, and implementing, approaches and applications of the medical arts that will move […]

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Physician Practice Models – The Hospitalist

Pros & Cons of Practicing as a Hospitalist

Finishing your training is “transitioning” to a life vastly different from the one you’re leaving. While the specialty of Hospital Medicine is one of the many choices available to you, the life of a hospitalist, like Hotel California, can be Heaven or it can be Hell.

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Perianesthesia Nursing (PACU) Career Analysis

Perianesthesia Nursing Offers New Opportunities

Perianesthesia nursing is a unique nursing specialty, requiring its own certification. Two major duties for perianesthesia nurses include preparing patients for surgery and caring for patients in the recovery room.

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These are the Fastest Growing Healthcare Careers

The Healthcare Industry is Exploding and These are it's Fastest Growing Careers

Working in healthcare is a noble and rewarding career, but knowing which occupation offers you the best chance for a job is also rewarding.

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Hot Nursing Career: Gerontological Nurse Practitioner

Career Analysis: Geriatric Nurse Practitioner

Gerontological nurse practitioner job opportunities remain strong. According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, the need for all types of nurse practitioners is growing much faster than average rate. Growth is expected to rise by 31% over the […]

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Career Trends in Allied Health – Spotlight on Fast-Growing Healthcare Jobs

Allied Health Career Analysis: Medical Assistant, Sonographer, and Occupational Therapy Assistant

Here are profiles of three fast-growing healthcare jobs that do not require individuals to have a Bachelor’s, Master’s or Doctorate degree.

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Physical Therapist Career Analysis

Physical Therapy - An Abundance of Career Opportunities

Physical Therapists (PTs) have abundant career opportunities. That is the conclusion of the latest study by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. They expect the U.S. to need an additional 71,000 Physical Therapists by 2024.

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