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      Survey Results Show Employers Increasingly Require or Encourage Certification for Allied Health Professionals

      Posted by Kate Ressler on May 2019

      National Healthcareer Association’s 2019 Industry Outlook highlights trends in certification and skill level in this fast growing industry

      LEAWOOD, Kan. (May 21, 2019) – According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the growth rate for some allied health occupations outpaces the average growth rate for all occupations by more than 250%. With the growing market need to employ more allied health professionals, National Healthcareer Association (NHA) has released its 2019 Industry Outlook, which wasconducted as part of its third edition of access™: an allied health industry journal. The research gathered data and insights from employers, seeking to understand their needs and the attributes of their most successful allied health professionals.

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