Compensation Issues

Sponsored by VMG Health | gregk@vmghealth.com | 214.369.4888

18 healthcare jobs with highest median pay, job growth in 2017

Eighteen healthcare industry jobs made CNNMoney's 100 Best Jobs in America 2017 list, with three healthcare jobs making the top 10.

CNNMoney experts teamed up with PayScale to rank the best jobs based on job growth, median pay and work satisfaction.

Here are the 18 healthcare jobs that made the list, ranked according to median pay and 10-year job growth.

No. 6 — Quality assurance coordinator (RN): $69,000 (16 percent growth)

No. 7 — Clinical applications specialist: $77,000 (21 percent growth)

No. 8 — Hospital administrator: $120,000 (17 percent growth)

No. 16 — Quality management director: $109,000 (17 percent growth)           

No. 44 — Dentist: $151,000 (18 percent growth)

No. 45 — Radiologist: $316,000 (15 percent growth)

No. 48 — Biostatistician: $91,800 (34 percent growth)

No. 65 — Patient/Health educator: $50,600 (12 percent growth)

No. 72 — Environmental health and safety coordinator: $66,500 (11 percent growth)

No. 73 — General practice physician: $179,000 (10 percent growth)

No. 74 — Nursing instructor: $64,700 (19 percent growth)

No. 84 — Clinical research associate: $76,000 (8 percent growth)

No. 86 — Nursing home director: $95,100 (17 percent growth)

No. 89 —Pharmacy director: $144,000 (17 percent growth)

No. 91 — Clinical services director: $80,400 (17 percent growth)

No. 93 — Nursing manager: $84,900 (17 percent growth)

No. 98 — Occupational therapist: $79,800 (27 percent growth)

No. 100 — Anesthesiologist: $335,000 (21 percent growth)

More articles on compensation: 
Survey: Compensation increases for physicians across 5 specialties
13 cities with highest monthly average starting salaries in 2018
10 highest paying jobs of 2018 are in healthcare



© Copyright ASC COMMUNICATIONS 2018. Interested in LINKING to or REPRINTING this content? View our policies by clicking here.

 

Top 40 Articles from the Past 6 Months