Thursday, January 5, 2023

In-demand healthcare jobs for 2023 and beyond

TrueProfile io_In-demand healthcare jobs for 2023 and beyond

The post-pandemic era has seen an even greater upsurge in the demand for various healthcare positions, with particular medical fields anticipated to be in high demand for the next decade. 

Therefore,, a platform that provides Filipino healthcare professionals around the world with the tools they need to secure a lucrative career abroad, lists the top five most sought-after healthcare positions in the upcoming years for students or professionals in the field who are looking to pursue new career opportunities.

Medical Assistants
They will most likely be needed in most healthcare facilities, which include assisting doctors in various tasks such as taking the patient’s vital signs, administering medication and injections, scheduling, and helping out doctors with different medical tests and procedures. Not only that, they will also be responsible for assisting  medical staff in recording and maintaining patients’ healthcare and personal records. 

Registered Nurses 
Registered Nurses continue to be in high demand globally as the role of Registered Nurse involves a wide range of patient care. Registered Nurses also have the potential to specialize and retrain in any field within medical care. Known for the vital work they do within patient care, Registered Nurses will continue to be in high-demand for hospitals, nursing homes and clinics. 

Nurse Practitioners
The position of a Nurse Practitioner is a highly in-demand job for 2023 because of the renewed focus on disease management and prevention. They are trained to help patients manage their conditions and/or take preventive measures to reduce or prevent risks for certain conditions. 

Nurse Practitioners have more autonomy than general registered nurses as they have the training to diagnose and treat patients with medical conditions. Those applying for this position must complete a master’s or doctorate program on top of their registered nurse training. 

Occupational Therapy Assistants
Developing countries with aging populations highly need Occupational Therapy Assistants (OTAs) or aides as most of these patients would likely develop chronic conditions. The rehabilitative services of the OTAs, which include helping patients develop, maintain, or recover skills necessary for daily living and working; and offering support to occupational therapists will greatly help in improving the quality of the aging patients’ lives. 

Respiratory Therapists
With respiratory health becoming one of the top concerns during the pandemic, it’s no surprise that the demand for respiratory therapists became high, and will continue to do so in the future. Their tasks and responsibilities are needed in various medical settings such as acute care health facilities, diagnostic laboratories, patient transport systems, wellness centers, patient homes, sleep disorder centers, educational institutions, and long-term care facilities. 

In June 2020, the American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC) predicted a shortfall of between 54,000-139,000 physicians in the United States alone. This sentiment is echoed throughout the globe, with a recent study estimating that 6.4 million physicians are needed to meet universal global health coverage (UHC) throughout the world.   While this accounts for the full spectrum of medical specialities, family physicians, psychiatrists, emergency medicine, general surgery, cardiology, orthopedic surgery and internal medicine are increasingly required.

For aspiring healthcare workers who are contemplating on which field to specialize in, this information should give you an indication on which career path to take. If you’re one of the above-mentioned specialists looking for a more lucrative career opportunity, here is good news for you:  job opportunities for these positions can be found on’s website. Simply visit the ‘Jobs’ tab ( on the page. Simultaneously, interested applicants can start making their account. To register, visit After registering, they can start building their digital resume and make it more visible to prospective employers by choosing the Profile Visibility Preferences on their account.

To know more, visit 

About works with employers and international job applicants to enhance human resource processes through a fully digital, on-demand Primary Source Verification (PSV) solution. removes the friction of ever-repetitive background checks and replaces it with a broadly accepted standard that connects applicants with employers in a secured and trusted environment. We do this by using cutting-edge blockchain technology to securely verify applicant qualifications for prospective employers. The PSV process ensures that all of the candidates’ credentials are authentic and issued by an accredited institution. is part of the DataFlow Group, a leading global provider of specialized PSV solutions, background screening and immigration compliance services. Headquartered in Dubai (United Arab Emirates), the DataFlow Group has been delivering PSV services to regulators and governments in Asia and Europe since 2006.

No comments:

Post a Comment