"Medical Billing: Business/Career
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"Jobs in Healthcare - An Industry that
Remains Strong & Booming"
• "Healthcare Has Become
the Beating Heart of America's Economy"
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Billing Course.com and Medical Billing Business Resources have experienced
rapid growth in the past six months.
Tammy Harlan, CEO of Medical Billing Course, LLC attributes the rapid and
substantial growth to several factors, but names a few as the primary
reasons for the growth.
"Since Spring 2008, we've noticed that many of our new
students and new business owners are individuals opting to leave their
current positions in other industries", says Tammy. Tammy states that many
new medical billing students and medical billing business owners are now
coming from the housing market, real-estate, mortgage lending,
construction and manufacturing firms and retail, due obviously, to
the continued slump occurring in these markets.
Jobs in Healthcare - An Industry that Remains Strong & Booming
to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, job opportunities in
healthcare should be excellent in all employment settings with projected
growth of 19 percent through 2014. There are many reasons for the
growth, but some key indicators are high job turnover, and the expected
large number of retirements for boomers as well as people living longer,
plus tougher immigration rules that are slowing the numbers of foreign
health care workers entering the U.S.
Wages and salary in the health care industry are projected to
increase 27 percent through 2014 as well, compared with 14 percent
for all industries combined. Projected rates of employment growth for the
different segments within the healthcare industry start at 13 percent in
Healthcare has Become the Beating Heart of America's Economy
In the past 15 years, the health care economy has
pumped out 4.5 million new jobs, including related fields such as drug
development and health insurance. A dozen of the 30 fastest-growing
occupations are related to health care.
Even last month - as the unemployment rate took its biggest jump in 22
years - health care continued to add thousands of jobs.
No other industry matches this rapid growth spurt.
Globalization has closed factories. New technologies have shrunk
retailers and agricultural operations. Few jobs have been created in the
finance and insurance industry recently, with the exception of health and
real estate. Then the housing bubble burst.
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