The old faithful of industries – health care – booms in good times and bad. You just can’t escape the fact that the human race continues its struggle with disease and its consequences. This means there will virtually always be a demand for health care services with all of the professionals involved in care-giving from billers to doctors. Add the actuarial problem of our aging population with the baby boomers entering retirement in droves, and succumbing to the diseases of the elderly and it is clear there is a demand for services which is steadily increasing.

The Department of Labor predicts that 3 million new jobs will be added to the health care payroll between 2006 and 2016. This makes the medical profession — including occupations ranging from home health care aides to physicians to pharmacists — the number 1 fastest-growing industry in the U.S., an astonishing 7 of the 20 fastest growing occupations are in health care. Look for opportunity in these jobs:

Medical Records, Health Information Its (coders, billers, transcriptionists), practice managers, etc.

If you need to learn how to perform in many of the medical careers, go here:


AND: Earn $100 referral fee for anyone you refer for training


If you are a Medical Transcriptionist and are looking for work, we have JOBS!  You will need 2 years of experience in general medical (acute care) to qualify. Email info@med-certification and include a brief resume.

If you are already trained and need to review available jobs or gather ideas: