A few years ago, medical professionals were looking to hire more than a few people to run their businesses.
The demand for doctors, nurses, technicians and even some part-time employees was high.
Now, the supply of doctors and nurse practitioners is falling.
The profession’s share of the U.S. workforce has shrunk by about 1.5 percent since 2010.
Many of the changes have been driven by technology.
A lot of doctors are now on laptops, but they’re also using cellphones, tablets and other devices, which make it harder to maintain the same level of accuracy and accuracy-per-minute as when the doctors were on their desktop.
It’s not just the number of people in the field, either.
It is also the technology used by the doctor-nurse-tech alliance, which is comprised of a network of more than 500 medical centers across the country.
This new, more efficient medical industry is creating new jobs for people who are already working full time or who are looking for more work, and it’s bringing many more people to the workforce.
This story was updated to include the full story from October 25.
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