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Employment outlook : strong job growth expected for the medical workforce in South Carolina
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South Carolina Area Health Education Consortium. Office for Healthcare Workforce Analysis and Planning
Growth rates for different types of physician positions over the period from 2008 to 2018 are expected to be similar, falling between 22% - 29%. Growth for physician assistant positions is expected to be even stronger, reflecting new models of care delivery that recognize the value of interdisciplinary teams. Overall, the majority of the annual openings for physicians and physician assistants are expected to come from new job growth rather than from replacement needs. Overall demand for Family and General Practitioner physicians is expected to generate the largest absolute number of job openings over the next decade, reflecting the central role they play in our healthcare system.
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