Math at Work - HealthCare

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Within the health care industry, there are a variety of entry-level jobs that pay well and offer opportunities for advancement — jobs for high school graduates with postsecondary training or education but less than a four-year college degree. There is particularly high demand for qualified individuals in the field of medical imaging and diagnostics. Many of the jobs in this area of health care — from radiologic technologists who take and process X-rays to clinical laboratory technicians who analyze blood and tissue samples — typically require an associate degree or equivalent postsecondary training.

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