By John Yates November 22, 2015 11:22:11When you think of healthcare, it might come as a surprise to learn that the future is still young.
In fact, many healthcare industries are poised to expand at a pace that’s out of control, according to the National Bureau of Economic Research.
The growth in health-related jobs is unprecedented in history, but a growing number of industries are taking advantage of the opportunities that are presented by technology.
In a world where technology is driving much of the innovation in health, the future holds the promise of big changes.
The next generation of healthcare professionals will be poised to take advantage of this trend, as the economy is booming.
Here are 10 things you need to know about the healthcare industry.1.
Healthcare professionals are a lot like CEOs.
While they might not be on Wall Street, they are well aware of how important their job is.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are more than 7,000 healthcare professionals in the United States, and they represent more than 10% of the workforce.2.
The medical-tech industry is in the midst of a “disruption” revolution, which is when businesses become “so efficient that they are becoming obsolete.”
In other words, they can’t keep up with the demand.
According the Bureau, the healthcare sector has experienced a surge in growth since 2010, driven in large part by the explosion of data-driven technologies like virtual health and electronic health records.3.
The health care industry has grown at a faster rate than the economy in general.
According a study by McKinsey & Company, health care spending increased by 17% between 2009 and 2020, which was faster than the overall economy and the next-fastest growing sector, manufacturing.4.
Healthcare companies have been profitable for over 60 years, and will continue to be profitable for the foreseeable future.
The reason for this is that they can get more revenue from health care services through the utilization of artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques.5.
Healthcare workers are a critical part of the economy, but they can earn just as much as their counterparts in other industries.
The average hourly wage for healthcare workers is just over $20 per hour, which makes them significantly more productive than their counterparts who work in other fields.6.
Health care workers will soon have to learn new skills, but it won’t be easy.
According Medicare, more than 80% of healthcare workers have some form of mental-health diagnosis, and about 20% have a physical-health condition.7.
The healthcare industry is one of the fastest-growing in the country.
Health-related employment in the U.S. is expected to grow by 20% by 2024.8.
Healthcare is one area where companies can learn from each other, and that’s why companies are starting to collaborate.
McKinsey predicts that by 2025, healthcare companies will have more than 50 companies working on their own products and technologies.9.
Healthcare is becoming more of a job than a profession.
According an article by The Wall Street Journal, more companies are looking to health care for talent, and healthcare as a career.10.
Healthcare and the economy are on a collision course.
While healthcare is growing at a slower rate than manufacturing, healthcare is also on the verge of becoming a more lucrative career.