Youngsters need a job after graduating; and they are never satisfied with an average one! They will always eye jobs that are well paying. And that is why they look out for the newer streams of education that show a greater prospect than the older and established but at the same time saturated streams in profession.
How can we measure the prospects of newer streams?
One can get to know if the newer streams of education will give good returns by looking at the industries they are supposed to serve. For instance, medical assistance as a profession has grown exponentially over the last decade due to the following reasons:-
- Greater investment coming in the form of corporatisation of the medical sector.
- Larger number of medical professionals graduating and opening up private clinics.
- Private clinics as an option of investment for non-medico entrepreneurs where many doctors can attend during the day and night.
- Enhanced level of awareness among people regarding healthcare.
- Increased spending in healthcare, mostly boosted by medical insurances and cashless facilities.
These and many other factors together combine to give the profession of medical assistanceship a big boost in the coming future. As a professional one can not only join the private clinics of a medical practitioner; she/he can opt for clinics having multiple doctors’ facilities down the day, or even the corporate hospitals that have come up in great numbers in all the major cities likes tennessee and sub-urban areas all over the US in a decade.
Up to what level can a pro earn here
The recent trends in earnings show a steady upward trend that is supported by the above assisting factors. A medical assistant can earn as much as $14.12 an hour or $29370 in a year on an average. This is in fact a conservative value and earning in and around $14.80 an hour or up to $30780 a year is not a big deal here.In fact, one can earn as much as $50000 in a year being into the profession, with over 90% of the pros taking home $41910 and above a year in the US today!
The minimum wage, on the flip side, is from $10.23 to $12.09 an hour that amounts to around $21280 to $25160 in a year. One can in no way say that it is a meagre one or below the minimum average for a proper lifestyle in the US today, considering that the pro is a beginner!