Fastest Growing Careers For Advocates

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1. Home Health Aide

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Home Health Aide

Your Match?

For people who naturally love caring for people, becoming a home health aide could serve as a fantastic career!

2. Personal Care Aide

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Personal Care Aide

Your Match?

A personal care aide is someone who works to help another person complete their daily activities.

3. Physician Assistant

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Physician Assistant

Your Match?

A physician assistant is a medically trained professional who works under the supervision of a physician, and has the ability to examine, diagnose and treat patients.

4. Nurse Practitioner

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Nurse Practitioner

Your Match?

A nurse practitioner is a registered nurse that has decided to pursue additional education and experience — they have more training than a registered nurse but less training than a doctor.

5. Physical Therapist Assistant

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Physical Therapist Assistant

Your Match?

A physical therapist assistant (PTA) is someone who performs components of physical therapy procedures and related tasks, as directed by a supervising physical therapist.

6. Software Engineer

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Software Engineer

Your Match?

Are you strategically-minded?

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8. Occupational Therapist Assistant

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Occupational Therapist Assistant

Your Match?

An occupational therapist assistant is someone who works under the direction of an occupational therapist.

9. Medical Assistant

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Medical Assistant

Your Match?

Medical assistants play a key role within medical institutions.

10. Physical Therapist

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Physical Therapist

Your Match?

A physical therapist is someone who diagnoses and treats people (of all ages) who have injuries, medical problems or other health-related conditions that limit their ability to function and move properly in their daily lives.