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Health Care Sector Shows Biggest Job Gains in 2012, According to Hound.com
Date:1/12/2013

ber, according to data on Hound.com. As of January 9, the site listed 150,736 jobs in health care. By and large, the most job demand has been for pharmacy technicians, with nearly 2,700 job openings. There has also been substantial demand for occupational therapists and physical therapists, with 1,000 and 1,600 openings, respectively. Hiring has also been strong for nurses across the board, including nurse practitioners, certified nursing assistants, RNs, and nurse practitioners.

Growth in health care jobs outpaced overall employment in 2012. Much of the increased demand has come on the heels of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the health care overhaul that was a cornerstone of President Obama’s first term. After the Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of the legislation and President Obama was reelected in November 2012, the political future of Obamacare became more certain, and health care providers have been aggressively hiring to meet the anticipated demand. While the full extent of Obamacare will be implemented slowly over a series of stages, extending into 2020, hospitals and health care facilities have already become preparing for the millions of Americans who will soon be eligible for health insurance. This, coupled with an aging baby boomer population, has resulted in an unprecedented boom in health care services, as seen by hiring trends on Hound.com.

About Hound

Hound.com is a job search site based in Pasadena, CA. It is a part of the Employment Research Institute and owned by A. Harrison Barnes.

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