Did you know respiratory therapists (RT) are in high demand right now? In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts an employment growth of 23 percent in this field through 2030, with 10,100 job openings projected each year. What better time to start traveling as an RT? In honor of Respiratory Care Week, here’s how you can become a travel respiratory therapist! What does a travel respiratory therapist do? What settings do travel respiratory therapists work in? Traveling respiratory therapist salary How to become a respiratory therapist
While healthcare jobs in general are in demand, there are a few careers that are specifically projected to take off in the next decade. These jobs on the rise will only continue to grow alongside the aging baby boomer population and healthcare emergencies like COVID-19 and monkeypox. Here are the five fastest growing healthcare professions! Physical therapy assistant (PTA) Respiratory therapist (RT) Phlebotomist Physical therapist (PT) Occupational therapist (OT)
When you think “medical lab,” what comes to mind? Is it test tubes and beakers? What about butterfly needles and tourniquets? Or maybe it’s the testing agents and biohazard labels lining the shelves.
The past few years have brought major changes in the world of healthcare travel. It seems like the notorious coronavirus and its variants have virtually taken over the entire healthcare field, causing an influx in travel healthcare professionals like yourself. The dramatic increase in demand has also come with wage increases for healthcare professionals across the board. Let’s take a look at a breakdown of healthcare wage trends by state to gain a better idea of what to expect for the rest of 2022.
Things happen that you can’t plan for, even in the healthcare travel industry. While you may get a sense of security after accepting and signing the travel contract, nothing is set in stone. In fact, contract cancellations are possible, and they happen.
Do you have an affinity for the heart and lungs? Are you passionate about helping people live heart-healthy lives? Well, then a healthcare career in cardiopulmonary may just be in your future. Let’s take a closer look at who these allied healthcare workers are, what they do, and what their job outlook looks like.
In case you hadn’t heard, the healthcare staffing industry is booming. In fact, employment in the healthcare industry is predicted to grow by 16 percent between 2020 and 2030, adding 2.6 million more jobs than any other occupational category in that time.
What if there was a way to decrease the amount of time it took for you to find your next healthcare travel job? Imagine what you could do with all the extra time you’d get back.
Did you know it takes employers less than five minutes with your resume to decide if they want you? It’s a shockingly short amount of time to showcase your skills, knowledge, and expertise. So, with less than five minutes on the clock, here are five easy ways you can spruce up your healthcare resume.
Between the diverse and complicated diagnostic radiologic technology that you’re required to know as a radiologic technologist, there are a handful of state licensing requirements you should also be aware of.