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The Medzilla Employment Report for December, 2012: Unemployment Drops to Lowest Rate in 4 Years; Experts Predict Unprecedented Growth in Healthcare IT
Date:12/18/2012

ated, resulting in long term unemployment for workers with skill sets which are no longer required on the same scale as before. At the same time, new opportunities are being created which present a fresh challenge if job seekers are willing to take a step back and reevaluate their own strategies for these new positions," says Del Johnston, Manager of Client Relations at MedZilla.com.

The U.S. economy is expected to create as many as three quarters of a million new computer and IT jobs over the next 8 years, according to a report on job growth the Bureau of Labor Statistics report on job growth in its released earlier this year. (bloomberg.com, 11/28/2012)

The Healthcare Industry has been consistently creating jobs in spite of the country's recession because of several factors, not the least of which is an industry wide transition to an electronic record keeping system as well as other technological standardization requirements being implemented by the government in order to improve accuracy, efficiency, as well as overall cost to both patients and providers. According to Bloomberg, an increasing percentage of the jobs created in the country will be directly related to Healthcare and Social Assistance. The Bureau is predicting that nearly thirty percent of all new positions created in the U.S. will fall into this category by 2020. That is an enormous portion of the economy being driven, not only by Healthcare, but by the technology that oversees it. (bloomberg.com, 11/28/2012)

"There is already a shortage of workers and it is growing. Right now people can pretty much make their own opportunities. This change in Healthcare is a major shift of the economic authority for the entire country. In a way, it is really anyone's game to lose. This is a massive industry being created. Here is wh
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