Students & Workers
ALLIED HEALTHCARE WORKERS: IN DEMAND
EDUCATION PATHWAYS TO GOOD JOBS
Allied healthcare workers are in high demand, and jobs in this field offer good pay and benefits. If you’re looking to launch a career that offers diverse opportunities or grow your career in allied health, you’ve come to the right place.
The allied health sector includes a wide range of clinical, administrative, and support positions, from licensed vocational nurses and medical assistants to medical coders and health information technicians to pharmacy technicians and laboratory workers. Their services are absolutely critical to the patients they serve.
Futuro Health looks ahead to where there is a shortage in skilled workers and invests in people seeking to work in this dynamic field. We provide skills training for positions healthcare employers struggle to fill, leading to in-demand credentials and graduates who are qualified to get hired into those jobs. We also provide sponsors to work with students on crucial people skills that are important to patient care.
Our goal is to graduate 10,000 new licensed and/or credentialed allied healthcare workers by 2024 to meet the growing need for healthcare workers starting in California and then scaling up throughout the nation. You could be one of them.
WHY SHOULD YOU APPLY?
- Futuro Health offers an affordable education for potential and current allied healthcare workers, and invests in the skills training and retraining you need to excel in the healthcare field.
- Healthcare is one of the fastest-growing industries in the U.S., and with a looming demand for approximately 500,000 new allied healthcare workers by 2024 in California alone there are tremendous job opportunities for qualified workers.
- Careers in allied healthcare provide a clear path to advancement in well-paying, family-sustaining jobs.
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