Some careers require a specific degree, and others are more flexible.

What job can you get with a clinical medical assisting degree?

Most clinical medical assisting graduates go on to become medical assistants, phlebotomists, and dental assistants. Clinical medical assisting grads also go on to become home health aides. Here is a list of careers where the skills you learn in a clinical medical assisting degree will be useful:

What is the job market for clinical medical assisting degrees?

Compared to other degrees in the US, the job market for clinical medical assisting graduates is strong overall. That’s great news—there’s high demand for the skills and knowledge you’ll gain in this program.

Here’s a breakdown of clinical medical assisting graduate employment. Compared to the national average, the number of people who are underpaid (that is, who make less than $40,000 per year) is 16% less than other degrees on average.

Employment Status% of Clinical Medical Assisting Grads
Employed81.2%
Unemployed1.4%
Underpaid17.4%
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