Industry Outlook

From the aging “Baby Boom” population to healthcare reform, the healthcare industry and the growth in services it will require in the next 20-30 years is a given. The healthcare industry is poised to grow exponentially – our population will require more services and long-term care which creates opportunities for businesses and service providers in the healthcare services market.

These factors are creating a unique opportunity for franchisees to join a recession-resistant industry that will be relevant for years to come and full of potential for growth and opportunity.

10 of the top 20 fastest growing jobs will be in the healthcare industry
The number of Americans age 65 and older is expected to grow from 40 million to 71 Million Americans by 2030!
The average American lives 18 years past the age of 65, requiring more healthcare services and care.
Healthcare Staffing is currently an 8.8 billion dollar industry!

Projected Occupational Growth in Health Careers: 2006-2016

Licensed Practical and Vocational 54.0%
Nursing Aids 68.2%
Allied Healthcare Professionals 78.5%
Registered Nurses 93.4%
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