Healthcare Industry Shows Growth For IT, Allied Health Recruiting In Q1 2014
Jun 16, 2014 - 9:03:54 AM
Physicians Still Number One Recruiting Priority, But Demand Rising For Other Professions
Though demand for physicians remains strong, accounting for 44 percent of all jobs posted to HEALTHeCAREERS, other healthcare roles showed considerable growth. Recruiting for information technology (23 percent), allied health (15 percent) and nurse practitioner roles (15 percent) grew substantially.
"Our job posting data offers a compelling portrait of the healthcare recruiting landscape," said Bryan Bassett, Managing Director of HEALTHeCAREERS. "Although physicians and surgeons again account for the highest number of posted jobs, we're also seeing a rising demand for other vital professions. It's exciting to witness first-hand the growth in this industry."
HEALTHeCAREERS offers free access to its entire Q1 2014 Healthcare Jobs Snapshot, which explores trends impacting healthcare employment including the influx of new patients from the Affordable Care Act, the nation's aging population and high rates of physician turnover, among others.
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