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Health Care Job

Looking for employment in the health care sector? If you are you couldn't have chosen a better time to look for a new job! Demand for skilled workers in the health care profession is currently very high. There are many opportunities in both the public and private health care sectors, and they span a diverse range of disciplines. Naturally, there are many openings for doctors and skilled medical technicians, but also there is an increasing need for people with skills acquired from sales or business development backgrounds and in product development.

The NHS represents the largest public health care employer in the UK. During 2003, government funding enabled over 60,000 new jobs to be created within the NHS, and this growth rate in jobs looks set to continue over the next year or two at least. It was recently reported in Scotland that as many as 1 in 12 NHS jobs remain unfulfilled, and are awaiting suitable applicants.

In the private sector, job opportunities are just as available. The ever-increasing number of new start-up firms offering health-related products and services is intensifying competition amongst established companies for new recruits. The larger companies will now pay handsomely for people who offer unique skills that can be used to gain an advantage over the competition.

For more information on health care jobs please review the resources on our site.

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