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Health Care

A key objective of federal health reform is to keep people healthy and in the community. Since its enactment, this law has been gradually shifting the delivery of health care services away from inpatient settings like hospitals, emergency rooms and nursing homes, toward outpatient settings like doctor's offices, urgent care clinics and same day surgery centers. This transition has both created new opportunities for jobs in health care and increased demand for many jobs in the field.

 

Our research into health care jobs

 

Careers in the Developmental Disabilities Field

Dental Assistant Occupational Profile

Exploring Careers in Ambulatory Health Care

     

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Health Care Occupational Profiles

   
 

 

 

 

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Exploring Careers in Ambulatory Health

(Released School Year 2012-2013)

 


For several years, NYCLMIS partnered with the NYC Department of Education to produce a series of career exploration brochures, including jobs in Ambulatory Health Care. Click here to learn more and explore other brochures in the series.
 


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Health Care Occupational Profiles

(Released September 2013)

 


As part of our work with CUNY CareerPATH, we prepared a series of reports on select occupations, including  Developmental Disabilities Aide, Emergency Medical Technician and Home Health Aide, using job posting analytics software. Click here to learn more and explore other profiles using real-time LMI.
 


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Health Care Industry Profile

(Released May 2009)

 


In our report, Gauging Employment Prospects in New York City, 2009, we profiled nine industry groups of great interest to New York City's labor market and public workforce system. These profiles contain information about jobs and wage trends, largest local employers, employment retention during previous recessions, occupational opportunities, and workforce facts. Click here to learn more about the research and findings for jobs in home health care.
 


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Related: Health Information

A subset of jobs in this field are dedicated toward managing health information. Click here to explore our research into this field.
 

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