The top healthcare careers for 2013-2014 are:
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1. Physician Assistant
As necessity on doctors goes high, the Physician Assistant is growing to be a good way for patients to have care on time. The physical assistant is schooled to provide diagnostic advice, a bit of prevention healthcare as well as cater for clinical testing outcomes.
2. Laboratory Technician
Lab Techs do all the tests needed by the doctors while treating patients.
For one to become a Lab Tech one needs a degree in biology and computer science. However one can find degree programs in Lab Technician schooling students in high level laboratory skills.
3. Occupation Therapist
Occupational Therapists deal with people who have gone through major accidents or injuries to get back their routine skills. They also help people to deal with stress and often get their work mixed with education, social work and mental health. One needs a Master’s degree to become an Occupational Therapist.
Following are the professions ranked by CareerCast, which noted that healthcare job opportunities are lucrative, rewarding and exponentially growing.
- Dental Hygienist
- Occupational Therapist
- Physical Therapist
- Physician Assistant
- Speech-Language Pathologist
The CareerCast Jobs Rated report includes numerous health-care sector careers among its best jobs of 2012, with most ranking in the top 50.
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