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Healthcare Jobs are Booming

HEALTHCARE JOBS ARE OOMNG 71 WHICH MEANS , MILLION BABY BOOMERS CONTINUE TO RETIRE AND Baby boomers, those born in post WWII 1946 to 1942 represent america's larg- est population to people, the oldest of which are turning 65 and entering old age. The healthcare system is preparing to deal with their medical needs by beefing up staff and furthering diagnos- tic technology available. Thousands of jobs are being opened up every year in the medical field because of the coming need for care. More assistance and care 24.3% of hospital jobs left open Roughly 71 million baby boomers who turn 65 in the coming years have two more decades ahead of them. WHO ARE THE BABY BOOMERS? Born post WWII between 1946 and 1964 approximately 79 JANUARY 1ST, 2011 million babies born in these years. Authors William Strauss There are over and Neil Howe, define the The very first Baby Boomers turned 65 9.8 MILLION cohorts born from 1943 to 1960, who were too young to have any The most personal memory of World War II, but old enough to remember common Baby JAMES Boomer names MARY Baby Boomers in California, the the postwar American High. ARE largest grouping in any one state. more than double their HEALTH CONCERNS FOR BABY BOOMERS parents 700% more likely than previous generation Widespread obesity Memory loss and dementia High blood pressure Heart disease Arthritis Osteoporosis Diabetes Chronic conditions BABY BOOMERS WERE THE FIRST WEEKEND WARRIORS AND HERES WHAT THEY'VE GOT TO SHOW FOR IT SHOULDER /ELBOW INJURIES BACK INJURIES KNEE ZANKLE INJURIES common injury for oldies still squash, tennis, badminton, lifting weights wrong thinking they've got a killer swing running, jogging, general elderly shenanigans TOP 7 HEALTHCARE JOBS NEEDED TO BE FILLED BY 2020 ! ! ! ! ! PHYSICAL THERAPISTS Reason for growth median pay $76,310 education requirement 276,000 DOCTORAL OR KEY expected employment 2020 36% PROFESSIONAL job growth DEGREE Boomers are staying active later in life than previous generations. 2020 PHYSICIAN ASSISTANTS PAs REGISTERED NURSES $86,410 108,300 $64,690 3,449,300 30% 26% ASSOCIATES MASTER'S DEGREE DEGREE Simply matching the demand of those who work directly with an increasing number of patients. As Boomers age there is a growing need for out-patient care in homes and care facilities. 4. 5. PHARMACISTS MEDICAL RECORD TECHNICIANS $111,570 344,600 $32,350 217,300 DOCTORAL OR PROFESSIONAL DEGREE 25% 216 POSTSECONDARY NON-DEGREE AWARD More seniors mean more people taking multiple medications, and more pharmacists are needed to provide medicine and counsel on medicinal safety. Hospitals are upgrading from paper charts to electronic records. |||||| DIETITIAN/NUTRITIONIST LABORATORY TECHNOLOGISTS $53,250 77,100 $46,680 373,500 USUALLY REQUIRE) 20% 13% BACHELOR'S BACHELOR'S DEGREE DEGREE IN MEDICAL OR LIFE SCIENCES Heart disease and high blood pressure are more prevalent in baby boomers than in previous generations. The volume of laboratory tests continues to increase with both population growth and advancements in development of tests. PRESENTED BY TOPMASTERSINHEALTHCARE.COM Sources: DEVELOPED BY N NOWSOURCING

Healthcare Jobs are Booming

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The healthcare industry is continuing to grow and jobs need to be filled. This infographic highlights how healthcare jobs are booming.


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