The 3 States with the Most Healthcare Jobs

Healthcare added over 35,000 jobs last month, so it’s safe to say hiring is off to a great start in 2020. See where the most jobs are right now.

Healthcare hiring is off to a strong start in 2020, adding more than 35,000 jobs in January alone, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics. So, where are the jobs? We analyzed data on our site and came up with the top three states with the most available openings right now, as well as a selection of noteworthy positions in each state.

1. California

Number of Openings in California: 6,531

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2. Texas

Number of Openings in Texas: 3,943

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3. New York

Number of Openings in New York: 2,111

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The 3 States with the Most Therapy Jobs

Healthcare hiring is off to a strong start in 2020, but where are the therapy jobs? Find out which states have the most openings for PTs, OTs, and SLPs right now.

Healthcare hiring is off to a strong start in 2020, adding more than 35,000 jobs in January alone, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics. So, where are the jobs? We analyzed data on our site and came up with the top three states with the most available openings for PTs, OTs, and SLPs right now, as well as a selection of noteworthy positions in each state.

States with the Most Physical Therapy Jobs

1. California

Average Annual PT Salary in California: $97,110

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2. Texas

Average Annual PT Salary in Texas: $92,940

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3. Virginia

Average Annual PT Salary in Virginia: $91,700

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States with the Most Occupational Therapy Jobs

1. California

Average Annual OT Salary in California: $95,160

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2. Texas

Average Annual OT Salary in Texas: $89,360

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3. Ohio

Average Annual OT Salary in Ohio: $85,720

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States with the Most Speech Therapy Jobs

1. California

Average Annual SLP Salary in California: $93,510

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2. Texas

Average Annual SLP Salary in Texas: $75,800

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3. Illinois

Average Annual SLP Salary in Illinois: $77,120

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Disclaimer: The viewpoint expressed in this article is the opinion of the author and is not necessarily the viewpoint of the owners or employees at Healthcare Staffing Innovations, LLC.

The 3 States with the Most Physician Jobs

Hiring in healthcare is off to a strong start in 2020, adding more than 35,000 jobs in January alone. See where the most physician jobs are right now.

In terms of hiring, the healthcare sector is off to a strong start in 2020, adding more than 35,000 jobs in January alone, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics. So, where are the jobs? We analyzed data on our site and came up with the top three states with the most available openings for physicians right now, as well as a selection of noteworthy positions in each state.

1. California

Average Annual Physician Salary in California: $197,860

Noteworthy Openings in California:

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2. Pennsylvania

Average Annual Physician Salary in Pennsylvania: $208,470

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3. New York

Average Annual Physician Salary in New York: $192,900

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Disclaimer: The viewpoint expressed in this article is the opinion of the author and is not necessarily the viewpoint of the owners or employees at Healthcare Staffing Innovations, LLC.

Top 3 States with the Most NP and PA Jobs

Hiring is typically strong in the first quarter of any given year, and 2020 appears to be following the trend. See where the most jobs for NPs and PAs are right now.

Hiring is traditionally strong in the first quarter of any given year, and 2020 is looking to be no different, with healthcare adding 36,000 jobs in January, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics. So, where are the jobs? We analyzed data on our site and came up with the three states with the most available openings for NPs and PAs right now, along with a selection of noteworthy positions in each state.

States with the Most NP Jobs

1. New York

Average Annual NP Salary in New York: $120,970

Noteworthy Openings in New York:

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2. California

Average Annual NP Salary in California: $133,780

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3. Connecticut

Average Annual NP Salary in Connecticut: $118,020

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States with the Most PA Jobs

1. Pennsylvania

Average Annual PA Salary in Pennsylvania: $98,510

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2. California

Average Annual PA Salary in California: $117,230

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3. New York

Average Annual PA Salary in New York: $117,000

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Therapy Jobs Rank High on List of “Best Jobs”

Eight therapy jobs made it onto this year’s list of 100 Best Jobs. See what they are and where they ranked here.

U.S. News & World Report has released their oft-anticipated annual list of 100 Best Jobs for 2020 and, without a doubt, the healthcare industry is the clear winner, including those in therapy practice.

The list, which ranked jobs from 12 different industries based on multiple components—median salary, unemployment rate, 10-year growth volume, 10-year growth percentage, future job prospects, stress level, and work-life balance—was consumed by healthcare professions, accounting for 46 of the 100 jobs. Additionally, nearly all traditional therapy roles landed on the list, with one even ranking in the top ten.

See how they did below.

8. Speech-Language Pathologist
15. Physical Therapist
26. Physical Therapist Assistant
28. Occupational Therapist
40. Respiratory Therapist
64. Massage Therapist
69. Physical Therapist Aide
70. Occupational Therapy Assistant

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Nearly Half of 2020’s “Best Jobs” Are in Healthcare

46 of the 100 “Best Jobs” for 2020 are in healthcare, meaning now is certainly a great time to work in the industry. See which jobs made the list here.

There is no denying it; now is a great time to work in healthcare.

U.S. News & World Report has released their oft-anticipated annual list of 100 Best Jobs for 2020 and, without a doubt, the healthcare industry is the clear winner. Of the 100 to be named best overall—which were measured on multiple components, including median salary, unemployment rate, 10-year growth volume, 10-year growth percentage, future job prospects, stress level, and work-life balance—46 of them are in healthcare, making it the most popular industry to be included on the list.

See which jobs made the list below.

2. Dentist
3. Physician Assistant
4. Orthodontist
5. Nurse Practitioner
7. Physician
8. Speech-Language Pathologist
9. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon
10. Veterinarian
13. Registered Nurse
15. Physical Therapist
16. Optometrist
17. Anesthesiologist
17. Obstetrician and Gynecologist
17. Surgeon
21. Nurse Anesthetist
22. Pediatrician
24. Dental Hygienist
25. Genetic Counselor
26. Physical Therapist Assistant
28. Occupational Therapist
34. Psychiatrist
37. Home Health Aide
40. Respiratory Therapist
41. Diagnostic Medical Sonographer
47. Podiatrist
52. Medical Assistant
55. Medical Records Technician
56. Prosthodontist
58. Veterinary Technologist and Technician
61. Orthotist and Prosthetist
62. Personal Care Aide
64. Massage Therapist
66. Dental Assistant
69. Physical Therapist Aide
70. Occupational Therapy Assistant
75. Radiologic Technologist
76. MRI Technologist
77. Chiropractor
82. Nurse Midwife
83. Phlebotomist
88. Dietitian and Nutritionist
89. Ophthalmic Medical Technician
90. Clinical Laboratory Technician
91. Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurse
97. Optician
99. Esthetician and Skincare Specialist

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Kick off Your 2020 Job Search with These Awesome Therapy Jobs

If you’re a PT, OT, or SLP who made a resolution to find a new job in 2020, this list of openings is a fantastic place to start your search.

The ball has dropped and 2020 is here and, if you are like many others, the new year brings with it the resolution to find a new job. Perhaps you have stagnated in your current role, or you are seeking a position with higher pay or a more flexible schedule, or maybe this is the year you want to really mix things up and dive into travel assignments. Whatever the reason you are pursuing a change, we are behind you. Ready your résumé and take a look at some of the excellent opportunities available on our site to start your 2020 job search strong.

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Kick Off Your 2020 Job Search with These Awesome NP, PA Jobs

If your New Year’s resolution is to find a new job, take a look at this list of awesome NP and PA openings we compiled to get you started.

The ball has dropped and 2020 is here and, if you are like scores of others, the new year brings with it the resolution to find a new job. Perhaps you have stagnated in your current role, or you are seeking a position with higher pay or a more flexible schedule, or maybe this is the year you want to really mix things up and dive into travel assignments. Whatever the reason you are pursuing a change, we are behind you. Ready your résumé and take a look at some of the excellent opportunities available on our site to start your 2020 job search strong.

Nurse Practitioner Openings:

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Physician Assistant Openings:

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Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant Openings:

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States with the Most Jobs for PAs and NPs

Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners are some of the most in-demand healthcare professionals in the nation, but where is demand highest?

Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners are some of the most in-demand healthcare professionals in the nation, but where, in particular, is that demand? We analyzed data on our site and came up with the three states with the most available openings for PAs and NPs right now, as well as a selection of noteworthy openings for each position type.

Nurse Practitioners

1. California

Number of NP Jobs Available in California: 427

Average Annual NP Salary in California: $126,890

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2. New York

Number of NP Jobs Available in New York: 350

Average Annual NP Salary in New York: $118,550

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3. Washington

Number of NP Jobs Available in Washington: 235

Average Annual NP Salary in Washington: $116,350

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Physician Assistants

1. California

Number of PA Jobs Available in California: 207

Average Annual PA Salary in California: $118,500

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2. New York

Number of PA Jobs Available in New York: 116

Average Annual PA Salary in New York: $117,060

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3. Connecticut

Number of PA Jobs Available in Connecticut: 71

Average Annual PA Salary in Connecticut: $126,320

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States with the Most Therapy Jobs

California appears to be the state with the highest demand across all therapy professions. What other states are seeing strong demand for PTs, OTs, and SLPs?

California appears to be the state with the highest demand across all therapy professions, having the most openings in Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech-Language Pathology. What other states are seeing strong demand for therapists? We analyzed data on our site and came up with the three states with the most available openings for PTs, OTs, and SLPs right now, as well as a selection of noteworthy openings for each position type.

Physical Therapy

1. California

Number of PT Jobs Available in California: 879

Average Annual PT Salary in California: $97,610

Noteworthy Openings in California:

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2. Virginia

Number of PT Jobs Available in Virginia: 222

Average Annual PT Salary in Virginia: $90,960

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3. New York

Number of PT Jobs Available in New York: 200

Average Annual PT Salary in New York: $85,100

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Occupational Therapy

1. California

Number of OT Jobs Available in California: 326

Average Annual OT Salary in California: $97,260

Noteworthy Openings in California:

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2. Texas

Number of OT Jobs Available in Texas: 208

Average Annual OT Salary in Texas: $87,780

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3. Illinois

Number of OT Jobs Available in Illinois: 116

Average Annual OT Salary in Illinois: $84,820

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Speech-Language Pathology

1. California

Number of SLP Jobs Available in California: 497

Average Annual SLP Salary in California: $92,750

Noteworthy Openings in California:

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2. Texas

Number of SLP Jobs Available in Texas: 241

Average Annual SLP Salary in Texas: $71,940

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3. Florida

Number of SLP Jobs Available in Florida: 176

Average Annual SLP Salary in Florida: $76,820

Noteworthy Openings in Florida:

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Disclaimer: The viewpoint expressed in this article is the opinion of the author and is not necessarily the viewpoint of the owners or employees at Healthcare Staffing Innovations, LLC.