Health care expected to be major job creator through 2020

AMANDA ST. GEORGE, left, shadows nurse Todd Kirschhofer at Thundermist Health Center in West Warwick as part of the Passport to Practice program, designed to give unemployed or underemployed nurses experience and help finding a job. Also pictured are Valerie Furr and her mother, Karen Izzo. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
AMANDA ST. GEORGE, left, shadows nurse Todd Kirschhofer at Thundermist Health Center in West Warwick as part of the Passport to Practice program, designed to give unemployed or underemployed nurses experience and help finding a job. Also pictured are Valerie Furr and her mother, Karen Izzo. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
PROVIDENCE – According to a new report, health care will continue to be Rhode Island’s leading private-sector employer during the next decade, with strong growth anticipated in a number of job types, including social assistance workers. Healthcentric Advisors, Stepping Up RI, and the Hospital Association of Rhode Island – the three members of the Governor’s…

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