The U.S. Department of Labor has released its workforce projections, and the health-care industry tops the list. About 16 percent of all new wage and salary jobs created between 2002 and 2012 will be in the health services-3.5 million jobs-more than in any other industry. Anyone considering a career in this explosive field will find all the information they need in this comprehensive resource. The career guidance section includes how to choose the health-care career best suited for individual goals, how to get the required education, and how to relate to patients. Each of the 100 job overviews include scope, activities, educational requirements, salary range, advancement, certification, and outlook. Readers will also find training and education programs for each of the 100 featured careers.Wischnitzer, Saul is the author of 'Top 100 Health Care Careers Your Complete Guidebook To Training And Jobs In Allied Health, Nursing, Medicine, And More', published 2005 under ISBN 9781593571788 and ISBN 159357178X.