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The medical field offers many fulfilling careers. If you’d like to enter the healthcare sector without becoming a nurse or doctor, here are some of the other in-demand jobs in medicine.
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If your New Year’s resolution is to find another job, check out these employers who value the experience 50-plus workers bring to their companies by offering them great benefits and positive work environments.
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From midwives to informatics, access to information is the driving force behind new careers in health care fields for those with the right technology training.