Posted November 07, 2017 07:30:03 In 2017, herbal medicine jobs exploded, according to a new report from CareerBuilder.
The average salary of a herbal medicine job in 2017 was $65,000.
The report found that this figure has grown to $88,000 in 2018.
In 2018, more than half of all herbal medicine employees are women.
Women account for nearly 50 percent of the jobs listed in the report.
That means a significant percentage of the growth in jobs for herbal medicine workers over the past decade has been in the female demographic.
A growing body of research suggests that herbal medicine could be a promising career for women, which has spurred the recruitment of female employees into the industry.
The trend is not limited to herbal medicine.
A 2015 study found that a growing number of women are looking to fill high-demand positions in the healthcare industry.
And in 2018, nearly two-thirds of women said they would be interested in working in the field of herbal medicine if they could find a good fit.
Here are the top jobs for women in 2017 and 2018.
Chemist The number of female chemists in the United States has grown from 2,300 in 2000 to more than 11,000 today.
That number is expected to continue to grow over the next decade.
Chemists are among the most important professions in the health care industry, with an average salary exceeding $65-million per year.
Pharmacist As many as 35 percent of pharmacy employees are female, according the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
And the profession is expected be one of the fastest-growing industries in the country in the coming decades.
Pharmacy Technologist Pharmacists are also the fastest growing occupational group in the U, according CareerBuilder’s 2017 report.
The Technologist is the highest-paying job in the profession, earning an average of $85,000 annually.
Pharmacists and Pharmacy Service Providers (PSPs) In 2018 and 2019, more women held pharmacy-related jobs than ever before.
The number rose to nearly 2,200 positions, or almost 10 percent of all PHPs in the labor force.
The median salary for a PSP in 2018 was $61,400.
Technologist In 2018 the Bureau of Labour Statistics reported that female pharmacists earned a median salary of $80,000, compared to $71,200 in 2020.
This has increased to $94,600 in 2019, up from $84,200 last year.
Laborer Laborers, which include people working in manufacturing and food processing, account for around a quarter of all jobs in the manufacturing industry, according a 2017 report from the Bureau for Labor Statistics, which also found that the labor market for manufacturing workers is particularly gender-biased.
This means that the workforce is skewed more towards men than women.
Health Practitioner A health care professional is a person who performs or has performed physical or occupational therapy.
A health practitioner’s job description says they will “provide quality healthcare services and assist patients in the management of health problems.”
Nurse Practitioners In 2018 about 14 percent of nurses were women, up 5 percentage points from 2016.
Therapist Therapists are typically a younger workforce than health care professionals, with their average age increasing by 4 percentage points over the last decade.
Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) In 2017 the number of people who were in the workplace for a primary care provider in the nation was approximately 1.1 million, up 9 percent from 2016, according data from the National Center for Health Statistics.
Registered Nurse A nurse practitioner is a nurse who is licensed to practice nursing and is certified as a nurse practitioner.
This classification is required by federal law to be listed as a licensed health care provider.
Registered Dietitian A dietitian is a dietitians training program that requires a bachelor’s degree in dietetics.
The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization reports that more than 8 percent of U.K. adults are dietitics, but only 6 percent are certified.
Nurse Education Nurse educators are highly trained and experienced healthcare professionals who specialize in primary care and have a degree in nursing.
They have a high degree of independence, and are usually employed by employers in health care or education.
Pharmalent A pharmacist is a pharmacist who has experience working with drugs, medical supplies, and prescription drugs.
This profession includes pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, pharmacy technologists, and pharmacy technicians.