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Masters in Healthcare in Wisconsin

Health care is a significant driver of the Wisconsin economy, employing 300,000 people, one-third of which are employed in hospitals, according to the Wisconsin Hospital Association’s 2012 health care workforce report. Even though Wisconsin hospitals reported fewer vacancies in 2012 than four years prior, older health care workers are still expected to retire in large numbers in coming years as the economy improves and the baby boom generation ages, meaning vacancies will appear where senior, experienced employees leave, the WHA’s report indicated. This means key positions in clinical leadership and health care management that are better suited for highly experienced health care workers with advanced degrees could be coming open. One way to prepare for these projected openings is through a Wisconsin Masters in Healthcare. Wisconsin was home to 5,380 medical and health services managers in 2011 who earned an average annual salary of $91,440, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Wisconsin Universities

Bellin College

Online Master's Health Degrees Offered:
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