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The Changing U.S. Workforce

Posted on | September 6, 2017 | No Comments

With U.S. health care now consuming nearly 20% of a GDP, and somewhere between $4 and $5 trillion annually, its not surprising that jobs in the health field are exploding as well. But for every one US physician, 16 others are employed in non-clinical health care jobs. But American jobs aren’t what they were three decades ago. How has the American workforce changed from a Human Resources point of view? Here are a few of the shifts outlined in a recent WSJ report.

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