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Top Careers In The Healthcare Industry

There are many things to think about when choosing a career. There are factors like growth, job satisfaction, salary and benefits, and professional development opportunities.


However, if you have a compassionate nature and a strong interest in STEM subjects, you might want to seek a career in the world of medicine. There are a variety of jobs available. Many of which are highly satisfying, pay well, and offer plenty of opportunities for advancement.


Here are the top careers in the healthcare industry:

1. Doctors

Doctors are highly trained medical professionals who specialise in one or more areas of medicine, such as surgery, dermatology, or general practice. They are the highest clinical authority in the healthcare system, and they are in charge of diagnosing and treating sick or injured patients.


Doctors must have a particular set of talents, including communication skills and the capacity to address issues, in addition to completing strict educational qualifications.


On the plus side, doctors - particularly surgeons - are among the highest paid professionals in the healthcare industry, particularly in Luxembourg, Switzerland, and the United States.

2. Chiropractor

A career in chiropractic could be a good fit if you're interested in how the musculoskeletal system functions and how human behaviour and exercise influences its effectiveness.


A chiropractor treats a range of musculoskeletal conditions, such as jaw pain, neck pain and headache. They take part in the rehabilitation stage of a patient's care and treatment, assisting them in overcoming injury or coping with a debilitating condition.

3. Pharmacist

If you like mixing chemicals and compounds rather than seeing patients, being a pharmacist could be a viable option. They are responsible for reviewing, dispensing, and advising drug prescription and distribution in the commercial and healthcare sectors, but they can also work on inventing novel drugs in the industrial sector.


A Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree or an equivalent, such as an MPharm, is required to practice as a licensed pharmacist. Depending on where you live, this can take between five and six years of study.


University College London, the University of North Carolina, and Monash University are among the top pharmacy schools.

4. Paramedic

While most of the jobs on this list require you to work in a hospital or medical facility, paramedics are expected to work in a variety of settings - and in all types of weather. They attend to emergency calls in ambulances and other vehicles, often saving lives on the side of the road or in people's homes.


Paramedicine, like nursing, has been more professionalised in recent years. Most paramedics in the United Kingdom are now required to have an approved college degree (though there are exceptions). In the United States, at least an associate's degree is required (state regulations may vary).

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These professionals can operate in a range of clinical and non-clinical settings, such as schools or private hospitals, and the qualifications required for these healthcare professions differ.


As you can see, the healthcare industry has something for everyone - and these positions just scratch the surface! There are a lot of administrative and logistical professions available, such as medical coding, as well as a wide range of scientific careers in the healthcare field.

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