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Masters in Healthcare in Texas

Texas is second only behind California in states with the most health care companies, but with a rapidly-growing population, several counties still experience a shortage of health care professionals. The area of South Texas that includes the larger metropolitan areas of McAllen, Corpus Christi, Laredo, and Brownsville is a hotbed for the growing health care industry.

Graduates with master’s degrees in health care might be better suited to move to South Texas, where there is still an immense need for skilled workers. Texas is one of the top states in the nation for employment of physician assistants. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, physician assistants earn an average of $95,560 per year.

Texas Universities

Angelo State University

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