US metros where hospital employment is growing, shrinking

Over the past decade, hospital jobs have grown in most major U.S. cities — but not all of them, according to a Dec. 1 analysis from Sechel Ventures

The higher-education publisher analyzed data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics regarding percent change in hospital employment per capita. Twenty U.S. metros were included in the analysis, and data spanned September 2013 through September 2023. 

These locations have seen growth in hospital employment since 2013, according to the analysis: 

1. Tampa, Fla. — 23.9% increase 

2. Boston — 19.4%

3. Miami — 16%

4. Phoenix — 15.2%

5. New York — 11.8%

6. San Diego — 10.9%

7. Chicago — 10.3%

8 (tie). Los Angeles — 10.1%

8 (tie). Houston — 10.1%

10. Seattle — 7.7%

11. Dallas — 6.2%

12. Minneapolis — 6.1%

13. St. Louis — 5.2%

14. Denver — 1.9%

15 (tie). Philadelphia — 1.1%

15 (tie). Atlanta — 1.1%

Meanwhile, these locations have seen a decrease in hospital jobs since 2013: 

1. San Francisco — 12.6% decrease

2. Baltimore — 7.6%

3. Detroit — 4.2%

4. Washington, D.C. — 3.3%

Copyright © 2024 Becker's Healthcare. All Rights Reserved. Privacy Policy. Cookie Policy. Linking and Reprinting Policy.

 
>