Healthcare is a significant part of the New Hampshire job market, and data suggest that healthcare employment will continue to grow as the population ages. According to Public Service of New Hampshire, between the years 2005 and 2025, the percentage of New Hampshire's population aged 75 and over will swell from 5.7% to 9.9%.
Educational Programs to Meet the Demand
To meet growing demand for healthcare services, employers will need healthcare professionals trained across the board. Although the need for doctors and nurses never flags, New Hampshire's health care system also needs trained technicians and medical assistants. Unlike doctors, who must undergo years of costly education, many medical assistants hold only two-year associate's degrees.
When you're facing two years of training instead of seven, a healthcare job seems far more accessible--and given the rapid growth of healthcare jobs in general, you should have access to substantial opportunities upon completing your degree. It's a shorter journey than you think, and you're just clicks away from getting started. Consider New Hampshire for your healthcare training.