Midlevel health care workers – aides and technicians with less than bachelor’s degrees – are the unsung heroes of the health care system. Their jobs are also an essential springboard of upward mobility for the nearly two-thirds of Americans who lack four-year college degrees. Opportunity America’s report on middle-tier health care workers in New York City examines the role they played during the pandemic and the labor market trends likely to shape their future economic prospects.
Midlevel health workers deserve more philanthropic support Chronicle of Philanthropy, 6-29-21
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