what is more in demand in the future,business or health care?
IF I'M TO CHOOSE THE BEST CAREER FOPR THE FUTURE,WHAT WOULD IT BE?
What career should I plan for the future? What well paying jobs are increasing in America and how can I plan to find one and make a successful career of it? read more
For today, I think both business and healthcare are indemand today. But you have to chose wisely. You must get priority on your health and business is the second one.
Health Care is projected to be the number one growth industry in the US for the next 15 years by all experts.
There are some things to consider, health care is a 2.5 trillion dollar a year business and more money is spent on the business side than the actual health care. So going into health care does not mean you have to be a doctor or nurse.
They are looking for people in the business area in droves, in fact many in the business office can not embrace new technology designed to improve health care and reduce costs, so they may need to be replaced. In addition, the business side has all the same needs of other business models. They need
Greeters (front desk)
Customer care and service
Work flow experts from patient flow to paper flow
CFO, CEO management, marketing, vendor relations and if you get into details coders, auditors, paper processors, IT, programmers.
If you embrace the fact this is a business that provides health care you can find many opportunities to be a part of it
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