January 21, 2015

Healthcare hiring boom will bypass hospitals

The healthcare sector of the U.S. economy will be hiring at a faster pace in 2015 as a healthier economy and shrinking uninsured population fuel an uptick in demand for routine and discretionary services. The era of hiring restraint—fueled by the recession and the steady rise in high-deductible plans—appears to be ending.  The hiring binge will be uneven, though. The outlook for growth in hospital employment—healthcare’s largest employer—is modest at best. {read more here}