Your Career in Health is Waiting

Start Your Career in Health

A career in health offers many advantages. Job opportunities in health care will grow 16% from 2020 to 2030, which is much faster than average and translates to about 2.6 million new jobs.

Do I Have The Right Skills?

It’s likely you already have the skills desired for a career in health, such as communication skills, teamwork, strong work ethic, positive attitude, time management. Take the quiz and find out.

DC Health Care Workforce Partnership

The DC Health Care Workforce Partnership is an industry-driven, community-supported alliance consisting of health care partners, supporters and businesses from acute care, ambulatory and behavioral health, and nursing, residential and long-term care services.

Start Your Career In Health Today!

Careers vary from payroll and billing, administration and IT, community and social care, pharmacy and nursing homes, to name a few. There’s a career in health for you with opportunities to suit varying education and experience levels. Take the quiz and learn where to start your career in health.

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In-Demand Careers in Health

The District of Columbia has many opportunities for careers in health that don’t required advanced degrees. In fact, DC has identified five high-demand, high-growth career occupations: Certified Nursing Assistant, Certified Medical Assistant, Home Health Aide, Licensed Practical Nurse and Pharmacy Technician.

Health Career Pathway

Learn all of the different ways to get to your dream career. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to progressing and advancing in a health career, which means there’s a career pathway that will fit your goals, education and time. No matter where you start, you can finish with a career in health.

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