Healthcare is one of the largest and fastest-growing industries and research data shows that allied health professionals make up as much as 60% of the workforce. The Bureau of Health Workforce projects that by 2030 the demand for allied health professionals will increase between 7% and 30%, depending on the specialty. Our Allied health professionals work directly or indirectly with patients but are not registered nurses. These positions don’t require a nursing degree but are just as important in the field and still offer a lucrative career in healthcare. Although the salaries for allied health jobs vary by specialty, location, facility, education, and experience, these 10 professions usually rank among the highest paying in the field.
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