Feb 09, 2016

Fever pitch for health care jobs - Times Union

While the number of jobs overall is projected to grow by 12 percent over the years to 2022, jobs in the health care industry are expected to increase nearly 21 percent, according to the state Department of Labor. [...] that has colleges and universities, vocational schools, pharmaceutical companies and health insurers all scrambling to keep up. The Affordable Care Act, also called Obamacare...

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