Search Results for Healthcare Jobs in Pennsylvania, PA

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  • Wernersville, PA

    Phoebe Berks, a Continuing Care Retirement Community, providing housing, healthcare and rehabilitative services for older adults, ...

  • Harrisburg, PA

    Bachelor’s degree in Healthcare Administration, Business Administration, Marketing, related field, or equivalent experience....

  • Kane, PA

    EDU Healthcare is a healthcare services company that is based out of Charlotte, North Carolina. JOB #:....

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    Weatherby Healthcare covers malpractice, travel, and housing while on assignment. EPICPaid malpractice insurancePre-paid travel an...

  • Elizabethtown, PA

    Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) – Healthcare – Long Term Care. Priority Healthcare Group of Campbelltown PA is a leading owner, man...

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Healthcare Jobs & Employment Information

The aging of the ‘Baby Boomers’ has played a crucial role in the growing demand for healthcare services in the United States. Most opportunities in this industry include clinical care. However, options such as healthcare administration jobs are also quite lucrative. Other healthcare job searches worth performing include that of medical transcriptionists and medical records managers.

Employment in this sector exists for nearly all kinds of people with varied academic backgrounds. Orderlies, for example are able to find opportunities with only a high school diploma. On the other hand, physicians are expected to acquire the pertinent four-year medical degree, internship and residency before they can start practice.

You can also find a number of state licenses, continued education requirements and certifications for specific disciplines within healthcare.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, it is believed that by the end of this decade, Physical Therapist jobs will go up by 39%. Also, Medical Assistants are expected to see a job growth of 31%. Licensed practitioner nurses, pharmacists and registered nurses are all going to see job growth ranging between 22 and 26%.

Among the various healthcare careers, pharmacists make the most at $113,390 as per the Bureau of Labor Statistics records in 2011.