Looking to grow your allied health career? We breakdown four top jobs to advance your career.
Many healthcare professionals know that allied health is a great area to launch a career as you can start in the field with an associate degree or a certification and continue to grow with additional education, experience and certifications as you look to increase your earnings and job choice opportunities.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) considers healthcare to be one of the fastest-growing industries in the U.S. Employment is expected to grow by 13% over the next 10 years – adding about 2 million new jobs over the next decade – which is much faster than all other occupations.
In addition, BLS projects about 1.9 million jobs open annually due to the replacement of workers who retire or move careers.
In this article, we discuss some of the top allied health job options that can help propel your healthcare career, including the top states for these jobs and the additional qualifications for each position.
There are many directions that you can go with your career in nursing, but many find that school nursing is one of the most rewarding paths that a nurse can take. At a glance, the idea of becoming a school nurse might seem a bit on the boring side, doling out band-aids and calling parents to pick up kids who have fallen victim to the latest stomach bug. The reality, though, is that school nursing is a very challenging and rewarding career for those who decide to go into the field. Here are four reasons school nursing is a rewarding career choice.
As of July 2021, the unemployment rate in the United States has increased to 5.9 percent as millions of workers are struggling to find the jobs they want. Additionally, the latest trends in employment reveal that people are looking for more flexibility in their career that gives them more control over when, and sometimes even where, they work.
Ever feel as though you are ready for a change in life? Perhaps a craving for adventure? That was the case for Sue M., and after three years of working in her hometown as a Certified Surgery Technician, she decided to embark on a new journey that would allow her to travel around the country while doing the job that she loved. Continue reading “Traveler Spotlight – Certified Surgery Technician”
It’s one of the oldest catch-22s in the world. In order to get a good job, you need experience, but in order to get experience, you have to get a job. What is a newly graduated nurse to do in order to break into the field?
While you might not be able to jump right into your desired specialty or land a nurse practitioner job, there are ways to get no experience nursing jobs. You simply have to know where and what to look for and be prepared to accept a position that might not be exactly what you had in mind.
The Soliant team is ecstatic to introduce our Campus Ambassador program. This program is an extraordinary opportunity for current college students to gain valuable recruiting experience while refining their communication skills and business acumen. Soliant Ambassadors are personable and professional, have an entrepreneurial mindset, and are social media savvy. Their primary duties are to act as the liaison between their University and Soliant to create awareness of our brand and ultimately refer candidates to our Talent team for screening and potential hiring for our Entry Level Healthcare Sales positions.