You can start your Health Care career in many different places, depending on your education. Below, jobs are organized by how much education and training they require. Additional education can lead to higher paying, more skilled health care careers. Click the job title to learn more.
High School and some months of college and/or on-the-job training
Three months to six months of college or postsecondary training
Six months to 12 months of college or postsecondary training
One year to two years of college or postsecondary training
Two years or more of college or postsecondary training
Four-year college degree plus graduate work
The positions above and others are part of a Career Cluster called Health Science.
This Health Care Career Path is based in part on a Health Care Ladder created by the Seattle-King County Workforce Development Council. If you have questions about the above information, please email email@example.com.