4 edition of Careers in the health service found in the catalog.
|Statement||Department of Health|
|Publishers||Department of Health|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 57 p. :|
|Number of Pages||84|
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role of the university with respect to enrolments and career opportunities, admission policies, continuing education and community colleges
With minimal training, it is easy to become a cardiovascular technologist. Paid leave to attend training or education at a vocational school, technical school, college or university• Number of jobs in the U. Number of jobs in the U. Please note that most physicians require 11 to 15 years of postsecondary schooling and training.
All these factors make the health services sector an attractive career choice. Suggested education: Bachelor of Science in Nutrition• Physician Assistant — Not to be confused with medical assistants, physician assistants are highly trained health workers with advanced degrees who work closely with medical doctors to diagnose and treat illness.
: 148,200 37 — Dietician A dietician or nutritionist is a person who helps patients create specialized dietary plans.
Coverage for most new employees begins the first day of the month after the 60th day of employment. Number of jobs in the U. Number of jobs in the U. But supporting the people who do that work is what matters. They inspect health information data to make sure it is accurate, accessible, and easy to read. — Also known as speech therapists, speech-language pathologists are certainly in demand with an expected growth rate of 25 percent through 2029.
The demand for massage therapists is also high, expecting to increase by 21 percent by 2029. Number of jobs in the U. Occupational Therapist — The BLS has noted that the demand for occupational therapists is expected to grow much faster than average at a rate of 16 percent by the year 2029.
Radiologic technologists are expected to be in high demand, with 14,100 expected positions added through 2029. — Not all health professions involve a high degree of patient contact. For specialized conditions, family practitioners will recommend specialists for patients to see. With training required beyond high school non-degreeEMT and paramedic services may be a good career path for individuals contemplating Careers in the health service career in the medical field or who thrive on adrenaline and helping others in crisis.
The demand for this career in which specialists construct, fit, and repair eyeglasses is expected to grow by an impressive 8 percent through 2029. There are two plans from which to choose.
— Another field experiencing a boom in growth is that of Ophthalmic laboratory technicians.
: 159,800 35 — Physical Therapy Assistant Physical therapy assistants work with physical therapists to help patients get better after an illness or injury.
Genetic Counselors — These professionals are involved in assessing family or individual risk for a variety of inherited conditions, such as birth defects or genetic disorders.