Why Healthcare Jobs Could Be Your Best Option

Michele Warg
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The healthcare industry is one industry that you can be certain will always be around. People are always going to need medical care. This doesn't mean you need to go back to school to be a doctor, there are many different types healthcare jobs available. You could even find something in the medical field using the current skills you have. The most obvious type of healthcare jobs are doctors and nurses. They are always going to be in need and make a great salary. What more could you ask for, right? However, being a doctor or a nurse also requires a college education. You may not have a degree in nursing, or time to obtain the degree you will need though. If you have the desire to be a nurse or doctor, but don't have years for schooling, you may consider being a nurses aide or a medical assistant. While these positions do require some schooling, it's not nearly as much as being a doctor or nurse would require. There are other many other options available when it comes to healthcare jobs. Some people have no desire to actually take care of patients, but would still like a stable career in an industry that will always be around. If this describes you, then you may consider getting an administrative position in a hospital or doctor's office. Some of these healthcare jobs may require some additional schooling while others may not. Medical billing jobs are always available, as well as medical transcribing. These two types of positions will place you in the field you want, but you need to know medical terminology before taking these positions. You can learn this by taking a simple certificate program at your local community college. You could also look for healthcare jobs using the skills you have now. Both doctor's offices and hospitals have entry level positions. You could look for receptionist positions or even take a cleaning job at your closest hospital. These types of positions may not be technically considered healthcare jobs, but since they are in a medical facility, you are less likely to get laid off from your position. Sometimes healthcare jobs aren't easy to come by, but if you are looking for job stability, the healthcare industry is one of your best options. Dustin Heath recommends that you visit http://www.freebucs.com to learn how you can start your own home-based business earning multiple streams of income with a Plug-In Profit Site - Complete Money Making Site Setup FREE! Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Dustin_Heath
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  • Marisa B
    Marisa B
    This article is wrong. Transcription jobs are not always available. I am a transcriptionist and I have been out of a job for years.
  • Cecilia Dsouza
    Cecilia Dsouza
    Its Good to know how we people can shift jobs and do some to our liking. I was a teacher and now I want to be a Medical Assistant.
  • DrFirst
    DrFirst
    EHR’s are the way of future, we just need to make sure that doctors follow the meaningful use guidelines.
  • Steve Dill
    Steve Dill
    The health care industry is going to be adding thousands of jobs if Obamacare is passed.  In medical sales, we expect many companies to start ramping up their medical device sales forces if reform is implimented.
  • Nancy Davis
    Nancy Davis
    Thank you Anna for sharing this article! As a healthcare executive for over 20 years, I know first-hand, the importance of these positions. I have worked in every arena, from ED to Admitting, Business Office, Private practice, Medical DME sales, Occupational Health, Insurance, etc. I love being in healthcare and thrive to make each patient feel as comfortable as possible. The receptionist sets the tone, as well as the clinical staff and their skills.It's nice to read (finally) about these silent "right-hand" positions!
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