It is always a job seeker’s best advantage to enter a career with room for advancement. The medical field will continue to expand, especially now that it has been greatly incapacitated by the pandemic. If you want to start a career in the medical industry but aren’t sure where to start, check out this list of medical professions that will be in demand in the future.
- Nurses (including RNs)
By the year 2028, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), there will be 371,500 new registered nursing jobs in Pennsylvania and other regions of the world. This represents a 12 percent increase between 2018 and 2028, which is substantially quicker than the norm.
- Primary Care Physicians
Because general practitioners often earn less than specialists, fewer doctors choose to work in general medicine. According to the BLS, there will be 55,400 new physician positions in the United States to fulfill the needs of population growth, an aging population, and newly insured persons who were previously uninsured.
- Medical Technicians
Medical and clinical laboratory technologists play a significant role in patient diagnosis. As a result, this profession is predicted to grow 11% from 2018 to 2028, resulting in 35,100 new jobs.
- Personal and Home Care Workers
This surge in potential healthcare jobs is predicted to increase by 36% by 2028, bringing 1,185,800 more personal care employees to the U.S. healthcare industry.
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