Obama allots up to $1B to create healthcare jobs

The Obama administration has announced a bold initiative to expand the number of healthcare jobs in the United States. A total of up to $1 billion has been pledged for grants to hire and train healthcare workers, particularly those that work with patients enrolled in the Medicare and Medicaid programs. The proposal is part of President Obama's jobs creation plan.

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