Healthcare jobs for all levels of education
No matter what level of education you aspire to, there are jobs in the healthcare field which could be appealing. Healthcare often becomes a field that people search for work in after getting a degree in something else. There are many different paths and points of entry which can lead to a successful career in healthcare.
For those who are just starting out, after high school or with no related credentials, jobs as home health aides or personal care aides can be appealing. They don’t pay very well, but there is a lot of demand for the service, and it can be a rewarding job.
Nursing is also a career field which can work with different levels of education. A common entry point job is to become a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), then consider options like becoming a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) or a Registered Nurse (RN). These are all jobs which might appeal to similar personalities and have the same types of working environments, yet have different amounts of training, education, and pay. Nursing is a career field that can blend with many different schedules and levels of ambition.
If you don’t want to work with patients, there are other options which can also provide a stable job. Medical billing and coding is a growing field of employment. The medical field also has other clerical employees, such as front office staff and people who work in sales. Or, for the more technically inclined, there are IT jobs or careers in medical engineering. Whatever your disposition and level of education, there is a way to work in healthcare.