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At some point we have all pondered, “What do I want to be when I grow up.” Later on down the road, some of us have even questioned if our chosen career is one that provides a fulfilling experience with a true sense of purpose. Regardless of what end of the spectrum you are on, there is no question that helping people is something we all strive to do.
I don’t know if any profession epitomizes what it is to help someone more than a healthcare worker. The word “caring” is inherent in the name and tells you exactly what you can expect as a healthcare professional. There are thousands of rewarding careers within the field of health care and no shortage of opportunities for meaningful employment.
Health care jobs were ranked prominently in the 2014 hot job rankings as identified by U.S. News. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment is destined to skyrocket between now and 2022 as the landscape of health care changes. new jobs between 2012. Total employment is projected to increase by 10.8%, or 15.6 million, during the decade.
There are key drivers creating a demand for qualified health care professionals. There are a significant amount of aging adults within the U.S. who require adequate and continued care. This has led to a need for more tech staff to support top-tier employees within medical institutions. There is also a huge shift that has occurred in the medical field that relates to preventative and wellness care. Health care reform has made many of these preventative care services more accessible for the general public and there are huge strides that have been taken to meet demand.
The College of Health Care Professions is an institution whose mission is training qualified workers to meet health care job demand. We are an institution founded by doctors for one simple reason, to help care for people compassionately and competently. What are you waiting for?