4 Reasons to study Health Care
Health Care is not only a rewarding and valued profession but also a career that makes a difference to other people’s lives and society!
Heed Health Education is sharing 4 reasons why you should study Health Care:
When you see your patient go from strength to strength as a result of the hard work and commitment you give is very rewarding and fulfilling. The satisfaction of knowing that your effort and hard work has enabled someone to improve the quality of their life is extremely rewarding. It also offers the opportunity for personal growth and the development of new skills.
High employment rate
Various studies conducted recently in Australia and overseas have been reported to indicate that employment in the healthcare industry is projected to grow much faster than the other industries. A recently published Industry Employment Outlook Report by National Skills Commission projects Health Care industry will generate one of the biggest employment growths in the near future. The research emphasises the higher skills requirement with urgency to overcome the shortage of workers and suggests it to be the skill and job of the future!
The skilled workforce, in-and-out of hospital health care including (but not limited to) the following are in high demand:
- Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT)
- Ambulance and patient transportation officers
- First responders
- Aged care workers
Each day is different
No two days will be the same when you work in health care because each day you will be caring for different patients, with different needs and requirements. As a health care worker, you never know where the day is going to take you and as they rightly say there is never a dull moment!
You do not know what problem you will be solving today. This keeps it interesting as you do not know what to expect and where the day is going to take you.
Variety and global opportunities
There’s a variety of roles and places one can work in the healthcare industry e.g., Emergency services officer, Ambulance officer, Patient transport officer, Paramedic, medic, nurse, aged care worker and much more. With the ever-evolving role of technology in healthcare, many more careers have become available such as technicians and therapists. The skills you learn in health care are transferrable and make for a smooth transition from one area of healthcare to another. This allows you to experience a variety of roles and responsibilities.
Health care is required in every country so your career opportunities will not be limited to working in Australia alone. The health care education provided at Heed Health Education is of utmost standard and highly advanced which allows seeking opportunities and experience overseas.