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Pay Trends for Healthcare Practitioners & Technical Healthcare Jobs

Updated October 9, 2018

When you don’t feel well, these are the people who will diagnose your health problems and administer a treatment plan. The healthcare practitioners and technical healthcare jobs category includes nurses, doctors and technicians, but does not include healthcare aides or assistants.

Wage Growth for Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Healthcare Jobs, Q3 2018


since last quarter


year over year


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