Chiropractic Profession Has the Best Job Security, According to MarketWatch

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Chiropractic Profession Has the Best Job Security

MarketWatch has placed the chiropractic profession at the top of its rankings in an article published March 20 titled “10 Professions with the Best Job Security.”

Chiropractic is a rewarding career choice that allows graduates to serve their communities and make a positive impact in people’s lives. Chiropractors take a natural, preventative approach to health care, without the invasive use of drugs or surgery, helping patients enjoy a greater potential for health and optimal human performance.

Fast Company, Forbes, Career Cast and other organizations repeatedly name chiropractic as a top job. Aside from the personal satisfaction of helping people, a chiropractic career is in demand; the Bureau of Labor Statistics has reported that the employment of chiropractors is expected to increase faster than the average for all occupations through the year 2022.

Because chiropractors emphasize the importance of healthy lifestyles, chiropractic care is appealing to many health-conscious Americans. Projected job growth for the chiropractic profession stems from increasing consumer demand for a more natural approach to health care.

Sherman College: A Leader in Chiropractic Education

Sherman College’s Doctor of Chiropractic program is unique in its approach to health care and known globally for producing doctors who are highly skilled in their delivery of chiropractic care. The college prepares students to become doctors of chiropractic who are compassionate, ethical and successful.

Sherman College offers a friendly environment, individual attention and mentoring, expert faculty, hands-on instruction and a balanced curriculum that offers the knowledge students need in basic science, chiropractic technique and philosophy, and practice management. Students in the final stage of the program complete a clinical internship coordinated by licensed doctors of chiropractic, which allows them to practice chiropractic under the close supervision and constant consultation of our faculty experts.

Methodology:  In its study, MarketWatch considered unemployment rates among workers in 564 occupations provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Estimated employment growth between 2012 and 2022, median 2012 wages, labor force totals, and typical education requirements for each job also came from the BLS, according to the article.

For more information about a career in chiropractic, call Tarsha Hamilton at 864-578-8770, ext. 294, email thamilton@sherman.edu or visit www.sherman.edu/showcase/.