Employment Gains as U.S. Health Care Eclipses Manufacturing

Health care — including doctors, nurses and hospitals — was the largest contributor to employment growth in the past two years, with a 22 percent share that was almost twice as big as manufacturing. The U.S. workforce could use the boost: Monthly payroll gains are running below what’s required to reduce significantly the 8.5 percent jobless rate. Unemployment was 5 percent in December 2007, when the recession began.

This growth also includes the middle man (or woman), people who process on the billing and accounts receivables side of things. American Business Systems licensees who graduate our medical billing training course are able to run their own business, set their own hours, and typically work from home. All while profiting from the healthcare growth figures mentioned in the article below.

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