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Mykala Harris

You can try looking into a Healthcare Management major or opportunities with companies such as AmeriHealth Caritas. You can reach out to the company to see what the job title requires and what you will be doing in the field.

Answered 2 years ago

Mykala Harris
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Matt Dodd

There are always going to be business jobs in health care. There are several different departments in a hospital that need business savy people to run them. You may also want to eventually run your own business as there are many different areas and opportunities out there. If you like the health field most I would do something in that field of study and then pursue the business aspect of it later. I am almost 40 years old and just completed my degree, and I am still going back to school. You have plenty of time so make sure you do something you like.

Matt

Answered 2 years ago

Matt Dodd
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Vipul Jindal

It largely depends on the surrounding healthcare in your country. Needless to say, healthcare has immense opportunities in almost all parts of the world. You need to look around yourself, find a market loophole and plan a business where you can capitalize on your advantages as well. Feel free to ask me anything in detail.

Answered 3 years ago

Vipul Jindal
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Michael Wakely

Have you tried something in the medical device industry?
It's combination of Health and business.

Answered 3 years ago

Michael Wakely
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Rachel Collier

The health care field is growing and there are new managerial and administrative positions being created all the time. I believe studying business will allow you to transfer skills to any industry in which you have interest.

Answered 3 years ago

Rachel Collier