Healthcare sees 19,000 jobs boost in April

Healthcare continues to see job gains, adding 19,000 more workers in April, according to new data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Hospitals added 2,700 jobs last month to reach a seasonally adjusted 4,836,200 workers, while physician offices added 5,400 jobs for a seasonally adjusted 2,427,300 people. Reflecting the home-based care movement, home health care services saw 6,100 more jobs in April. Data

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