One City's Healthcare Industry Could Be An Example of Job Market's Future

One City's Healthcare Industry Could Be An Example of Job Market's Future

Cleveland's healthcare industry may be planting the seeds of tomorrow's jobs in the field.

Investment in medical research and innovations has nearly doubled in the Cleveland-Akron region since 2000, to reach $660 million a year, according to an analysis by Team Northeast Ohio.

That investment coincides with higher rates of patenting, licensing, startup launches and other harbingers of economic expansion.

What that means is perhaps slowed hiring for hospital and outpatient care facilities, but a boost in research-based healthcare professions.

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