What they do:
Medical and health services managers plan, direct, and coordinate medical and health services. Tasks might include:
At minimum a bachelor’s degree is generally need to enter this profession. And many medical and health services managers also have master’s degrees in health services, long-term care administration, public health, public administration, or business administration.
What they make:
The median salary was $84,270 in May 2010 with a range from $51,280-$144,880.
Where they work:
Demand for workers in this profession is expected to grow by 22% through 2020, faster than average for all occupations. Key areas of growth include nursing care facilities, medical group practices, and offices of health practitioners.
Source: The Record, Job Match: Medical and Health Services Managers, June 1, 2012