According to Economic Modelling Specialist Intl. (EMSI)*, the following healthcare roles will be the most challenging to fill, because they are either expected to grow in the greatest numbers, or grow very quickly:**
- Care workers and home carers + 21,500 jobs added (3% growth)
- Nurses + 7,300 jobs added (1.2% growth)
- Medical practitioners + 7,200 jobs added (3.7% growth)
- Nursing auxiliaries and assistants +5,700 jobs added (1.8% growth)
- Dental nurses +3,000 jobs added (5% growth)
- Pharmacists +2,100 jobs added (5.6% growth)
- Pharmaceutical technicians +1,700 jobs added (5.8% growth)
- Medical and dental technicians + 1,000 jobs added (4.3% growth)
- Ophthalmic opticians: + 800 jobs added (4.5% growth)
- Dental practitioners +500 jobs added (5.7% growth)
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** Data is based on EMSI’s proprietary growth projections between 2014-2017.