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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.

  • accountant
  • Biochemist
  • Care manager
  • doctor
  • electrician
  • family
    counselor
  • grant writer
  • hospital administrator
  • iT Support
    specialist
  • lab facility
    manager
  • marketing coordinator
  • nurse
  • occupational Therapist
  • pharmaceutical sales Representative
  • quality assurance specialist
  • radiologist
  • speech pathologist
  • translator
  • 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.

  • sleep technologist

    Help people get the zzzzz’s they need by evaluating data involving sleep disorders.

  • Dance therapist

    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

  • 70% LPNs

  • 73% RNs

  • 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."

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