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Training, Job and Life!
Rays of Hope-The Health Care Careers

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the unemployment rate is 4.9 percent and the next generation’s hardest crisis can be career uncertainty.

Amidst the golden rays of hope in the future, the economy is declining and the job market is shrinking. A major percentage of the working age population has no required qualifications or lacking any qualifications.

Certainly a person with the right level of education is less likely to be unemployed. In an increasingly competitive job market, people need higher or specialized skills to get a well paid job. Getting a certificate that can offer a secure job has been a dream for most of us. At a time like this, returning to school is not just a dream but rather necessary. However, for most people, the current recession put that dream out of reach.

In this struggling economy a reliable recession-proof industry is the health-care industry. Eight out of the top 20 jobs earmarked for job growths are in health care. As per the U.S. Department of Labor’s annual Occupational Outlook Handbook for the upcoming years, health care services will increase will grow and add millions of new jobs. This is the largest increase of any industry.

That is because the aging population and longer life expectancies will continue to require more services and technology.  Another factor in this rapid growth is the fact that patients are being released faster from hospitals into outpatient facilities, nursing homes, and home health care in an effort to contain rising medical costs. The demand for health-care workers will continue to grow, since the largest sector of the population ages. Also the shrinking number of people who go into the profession, and there is a real shortage.

A recession proof career is a dream of every one of us. There are training programs available with many institutions offering fastest, most affordable & high quality training which can prepares the candidates for getting a job and good pay. These institutions dedicated to help students to get the right kind of training in short term for reasonable fees or free, if the student qualify. Many opportunities are out there. However, knowing exactly what health care trainings are available for jobs is the problem.

The short term programs like Certified Nurse Assistant, Home Health Aide, Pharmacy technician, Medical Assistant, Medical Administrative Assistant, EKG Technician, Billing & Coding Specialist, Computer Specialist and so on are beginner level short-term programs.  Students can start their training with one these programs and study further with their career growth.

As per the plans of President Obama, all Americans should be prepared to enroll in at least one year of higher education or job training to better prepare our workforce for a 21st century economy. Unemployment is one biggest problems and the government relaxed the federal rules to make it easier for unemployed Americans to get more education or training. The agencies like Work Force Investment Act are doing good job to reduce the unemployment. Federal stimulus funds which will be distributed through the local Workforce Investment Boards (WIBs) will help many unemployed California workers prepare for new jobs.

With the right kind of training, people with every background and education level can gets a job in the health care industry. Also if you desire to make a difference in the lives of others, a career in health care can give you that satisfaction. As health-care roles and specialties expand, salaries and benefits rise. Health-care jobs have a high degree of portability; you can always move and find work easily enough. A successful training can help you to find the right kind of job, which in turn can help your life become successful!

Therefore, the new slogan for the new era is: Training, Job and Life!

 

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