When you choose a career in health care, you can make your community – and the world – a healthier, happier place.
What does it take to run a health care organization?
An (almost) A-to-Z list of jobs.
- Care manager
- grant writer
- hospital administrator
- iT Support
- lab facility
- marketing coordinator
- occupational Therapist
- pharmaceutical sales Representative
- quality assurance specialist
- speech pathologist
- ultrasound technician
- web designer
- x-ray technologist
- yoga instructor
looking for an unusual career? Check out these health care opportunities.
Wound care specialist
Treat acute and chronic wounds.
Medical filmmaker/ illustrator
Help train the next generation of medical professionals with your videos and drawings.
Food services manager
Keep the patients, families and employees healthy and happy with your meal management skills.
Help people get the zzzzz’s they need by evaluating data involving sleep disorders.
Yes, it’s a thing. Dance therapists help promote social, cognitive and physical healing.
6 reasons you’ll LOVE A HEALTH CARE CAREER
THE FUTURE IS BRIGHT.
By 2026, the health care field is expected to add about 2.4 million new jobs.
earn good bank.
The average health care employee starts out making from $15 to $50 an hour.
Take your job almost anywhere.
Find health care careers in small towns, big cities, next to the ocean or up in the mountains.
Never get bored.
Work in a variety of settings, including physicians’ offices, hospitals and acute care centers.
Be part of a team. Or go solo.
Whether you’re an extrovert or introvert, you’ll find an occupation that matches your personality.
You’ll make a difference in people’s lives.
There’s nothing more satisfying than doing work that can make people healthier and happier.
As a health care professional, I am
which health care jobs are in demand?
Projected increase in the number of positions employed in long-term care between 2010 and 2030.
68% Nursing assistants
88% Home health aides and personal care aides
Employee Profile position: rn Location: Heartland of Twinsburg
Most rewarding moment at work: Seeing rehabilitation patients get better every day.
She will never forget when: A patient rehabilitating from a brain tumor said "thank you" for her support.
"One night, a patient I’d been working with – a woman with a brain tumor – came out to the nurse’s station and said she needed to talk. So we went back to her room. She just wanted to thank me. Her appreciation … it made me cry. The patient stayed with us for only two weeks, but I’ll never forget her."