Employment Outlook for Paramedics and EMTs

Jan 11, 2011 by     2 Comments    Posted under: Featured, Health
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Today brings with it another infographic from HealthEdSolutions.com, which is better than yesterday’s infographic as this one is more of an infographic and less of an article/list. Upon submitting this infographic, HealthEdSolutions said:

Interested in becoming an EMT? Employment for EMTs and paramedics is expected to grow by 19 percent between 2006 and 2016, faster than the average for all occupations, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. To provide more information for individuals thinking about pursuing a career as a paramedic or EMT, Health Education Solutions, the leading provider of continuing education solutions for first responders and healthcare professionals, recently released this infographic depicting the employment outlook for paramedics and EMTs by state through 2016, and average salaries by state for paramedics and EMTs.

For more articles, infographics, vignettes and important facts, please visit www.healthedsolutions.com.

All in all, this infographic is OK, but it needs more information. The bar for infographics has been set pretty high and at this point just two data sets don’t work. An infographic should have more than just maps. Stats about how many Paramedics there are in the US, how many hours they work each week, average cost of education, etc. would really help fill this infographic out.



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  • Where did you get this? Can you provide a link?

    • Hey Josh,

      There’s a link directly under the infographic that goes to the source.

      Thanks!
      Amy

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