Healthcare Training School Ain’t for Endangered Species

healthcare training schools don't turn out endangered species

Healthcare training schools don’t turn out endangered species!

So, what do mail carriers, farmers, meter readers, newspaper reporters, travel agents, lumberjacks, flight attendants, drill press operators, printing workers and tax collectors have in common?  They’re all endangered species.  Yes, that’s right.  These ten jobs top the list of the most endangered occupations by Forbes magazine.  Notice that many of these jobs have a commonality – paper.  Yep, the mailman, the lumberjack, newspaperman, printer and others all serve industries where paper – and the decreasing use of which – is being phased out.  You know who’s not on the list?  Jobs that you can enter after completing healthcare training school.  Not least of which is online medical billing and coding which is done electronically, thereby decreasing even more the need for paper!  Below is the list from Forbes.  You should be commended for deciding on healthcare training school to pursue a career in a field that is most definitely NOT  endangered.

1. MAIL CARRIER
Median Salary: $53,100
Hiring Outlook: -28%

2. FARMER
Median Salary: $69,300
Hiring Outlook: -19%

3. METER READER
Median Salary: $36,410
Hiring Outlook: -19%

4. NEWSPAPER REPORTER
Median Salary: $37,090
Hiring Outlook: -13%

5. TRAVEL AGENT
Median Salary: $34,600
Hiring Outlook: -12%

6. LUMBERJACK
Median Salary: $24,340
Hiring Outlook: -9%

7. FLIGHT ATTENDANT
Median Salary: $37,240
Hiring Outlook: -7%

8. DRILL-PRESS OPERATOR
Median Salary: $32,950
Hiring Outlook: -6%

9. PRINTING WORKER
Median Salary: $34,100
Hiring Outlook: -5%

10. TAX EXAMINER AND COLLECTOR
Median Salary: $50,440
Hiring Outlook: -4%

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