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The MedZilla Report for August 2009 -- Health Care Grows Another 28,000 While Hospitals And Insurers Feel Painful Pinch
Date:9/15/2009

With more than 544,000 new health care jobs added since the start of the recession — and 28,000 alone added in August – health care remains one of the few industries showing growth. However, as companies work ever harder to make ends meet, jobs continue to be shed, mostly by hospital systems.

(Vocus) September 15, 2009 -- August saw something of a rebound in job creation in the health care industry. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, almost 28,000 new jobs were created in August, with 18,000 in ambulatory health care — that is, physicians' offices — and 10,000 in nursing. This is an increase in job creation of about 8,000 from July to August. However, hospital employment dropped by about 7,000. Overall, since the start of the US recession, health care as an industry has added about 544,000 new jobs, one of very few fields to grow as jobs were shed nationwide.

Many of the available jobs being posted were in Massachusetts, according to MedZilla.com, a key source for medical and pharmaceutical job postings and information. That state saw an increase of 1.5 percent in new postings, where no other state showed significant growth or shrinkage. A good percentage of jobs posted overall was in health care education, research and development, and information technology, which indicates that either companies have figured out they cannot get by without those positions or, more likely, the positions are being left open because companies cannot afford to pay employees to do them. Significantly fewer jobs we
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