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Healthcare in US – The best jobs for 2015

Job prospects across the entire healthcare sector are expected to grow through the next Capture d’écran 2014-12-04 à 08.59.01decade as more Americans gain access to health insurance and providers add staff to meet the demands, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

Healthcare employment remained strong through the recession, and has continued to grow this year, with unemployment falling to just 3.7%. In fact, the BLS projects that employers in health care will account for 5 million new hires by 2022.

To be sure, not every healthcare job has the same hands-on impact that Adrian Miranda sees as a physical therapist, where job growth is expected to rise 36% by 2022, the BLS reports. But there are a wide range of health care careers that offer the ability to help patients get better, which can be extremely rewarding. Consider pharmacists. While you may not consider their role to be critical, anyone who has ever desperately needed a prescription filled knows just how significant their work is—and they are handsomely rewarded for it with an average annual salary of $116,670.

Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at The Best Jobs in Healthcare for 2015 | CareerCast Health Care Network.

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