Pittsburgh ranked top city for health care jobs

Pittsburgh ranked top city for health care jobs

PITTSBURGH — Thanks to factors that include work opportunities and affordability, Pittsburgh has been ranked as the nation’s top city for health care jobs.

Pittsburgh was ranked No. 1 among the top 50 metro areas in the new study by Grand Canyon University. The study analyzed six factors to determine which parts of the United States offer the best opportunities for people working in health-care professions.

The study examined data on average median pay, employment per 1,000 jobs, living wages, average rent and the number of open jobs in hospitals and other health-care settings through April 2020.

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