Wanted Analytics (04/02/12) Abby Lombardi
The number of health care jobs has increased considerably over
the past years. Employers posted more than 130,000 job ads for
health care jobs in February, a 33% increase compared with
February 2011. The number of employers looking to hire health
care workers also grew in the past year. More than 15,100
employers advertised job openings for health care jobs in
February, up from about 13,000 last year.
Registered nurses were the most advertised job, with more than
56,000 unique job postings in this time period, accounting for
about 41% of all health care hiring demand. Other in-demand
health care positions were physical therapists, occupational
therapists, licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses,
and speech-language pathologists. The tools and technologies most
often required of potential candidates include electronic medical
records; personal protective equipment; word processing;
orthotics; and personnel management.
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