US Seeks Jobs In Health Services

The aging US population often requires health support to stay healthy. No doubt, US seeks jobs in Health services among careers in the US health services sector.

It is noteworthy that three of the top five most sought-for jobs came from this health field, but there is still a huge need for large numbers of workers in health-related jobs. We shall give you a detailed overview of what jobs are in demand in this growing industry:

  1. Nursing Assistant

Nursing assistants are of very important health services support to Hospitals and long-term care facilities as they provide basic patient care. They are many times the main caregivers in nursing homes, which is to say, there will be an increased demand for their services. They measure vital signs, serve meals, or help move patients from beds to wheelchairs. It is mandatory to complete an approved program and pass an exam to work in this field.

  • Total new job openings: 173,400
  • Average salary: $28,540
  1. Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) or Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN)

These stated nurses are on the front lines of patient care. LPNs and LVNs can collect patient histories, insert catheters, change bandages, or run basic lab tests, though under the supervision of doctors or registered nurses. The demand for LPNs and LVNs is specially specified in-home care organizations and long-term care facilities; lots of opportunities are found in rural and other underserved areas.

  • Total new job openings: 88,900
  • Average salary: $45,710
  1. Medical and Health Services Manager

Each facility that provides clinical services depends on the planning of medical and health services managers, to direct, and coordinate those services. The setting of department policies and goals, preparing budgets, and recruiting and supervising staff are the responsibilities of these special managers. They are an increased demand for their services as the baby boomers get older and more individuals to move into nursing homes.

  • Total new job openings: 72,100
  • Average salary: $111,680
  1. Physical Therapist

Focusing on helping injured people improve their mobility and relieve pain will make the services of physical therapists more in demand. They make use of stretches and therapeutic exercises created to increase patients’ movement and help them recover from surgery or injury. There are those who choose to specialize in areas like sports injuries, orthopedics, or geriatrics.

  1. Dental Assistant

Dental Assistants take x-rays, sterilize instruments, and teach people how to take care of their teeth. They prepare, organize dental tools and submit them to the dentist during procedures. The search for these workers is expected to increase as many dentists transfer more routine tasks to assistants. In some states, there are little or no formal educational requirements, while in others, it is mandatory for dental assistants to complete an accredited program and pass an exam.

  • Total new job openings: 64,600
  • Average salary: $38,690