Rogue Community Health, Medford
Work in a High Demand Field
Health care workers are in high demand, and ongoing, fast-paced growth is expected as baby boomers age and medical needs increase.in health care and a great many don’t require a college degree.
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Explore Health Care Jobs
The following Occupation categories and Wage Ranges are generally dependent on education degree, training, and experience.
Higher levels of education and experience will increase competitiveness in attaining both a job and higher wages.
What Health Care Careers Offer
Opportunities to learn and get promoted in health care happen often as demand is high and continues to grow to accommodate changes in how people access to care, baby boomer care, and hi-tech advancements.
Jobs at All Levels
From fitness instructors and cafeteria support staff to highly specialized psychiatry experts and everything in between, health care offers opportunities for a wide range of people from all backgrounds.
On a day-to-day basis, many roles in health care impact people’s lives in truly significant ways.
Health care isn’t just about work in doctor’s offices. It’s personal care in people’s homes. It’s one-on-one counseling in clinics or even via text or online. It’s research in high-tech labs. No matter what your preference is, there is a workplace you’ll thrive in health care.