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United Medical and Business Institute (UMBI) understands the impact that the recent economic downturn has had on individuals and families. Many people have found themselves out of work or struggling to make ends meet. That’s why we are committed to helping our students achieve their career goals, even in challenging times.

As a career school that offers courses in Medical Assistant, Dental Assistant, and Medical Business Administration, we are uniquely positioned to help individuals enter the healthcare field, which has remained relatively stable throughout the economic downturn. The demand for healthcare professionals is expected to continue to grow in the coming years, making these courses an excellent option for those looking for stable, long-term employment.

We understand that returning to school can be a daunting prospect, especially during difficult economic times. That’s why we offer flexible schedules and financing options to help make our courses accessible to everyone. We also offer job placement assistance to help our graduates find employment after graduation.
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    Health Care Industry Helps Drive U.S. Economic Recovery

    Article by: JACKIE CROSBY , Star Tribune Study shows health care accounted for disproportionate share of job growth.

    The health care industry has played an outsized role in the nation’s economic recovery and is fueling rapid job growth in the Twin Cities and the nation, according to a report released Monday by the Brookings Institution.

    Jobs in the health care field now account for more than one in 10 jobs on average among the nation’s largest 100 metropolitan areas, outstripping overall employment growth by a wide margin.

    “There’s a long-term trend of job growth in the health care industry that you don’t see in other sectors of the economy,” said Martha Ross, lead researcher on the report by Brookings’ Metropolitan Policy Program. “They’re now taking up a bigger share of the employment pie, and that’s happening in some cases because other parts of the pie are shrinking.”

    In the past decade, the health care industry has added 2.6 million jobs nationwide. That translates to a hefty employment growth rate of 22.7 percent, compared with 2.1 percent among all other industries.

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