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In 2018 there were 1,227,375 staff working for the NHS. Of these, 1,100,929 were working for NHS Hospital and Community Health Services in England and 126,446 were working in General Practise. An additional 46,364 were working for Independent Healthcare Providers.
Employment of health care jobs is projected to grow 18 per cent from 2016 to 2026, much faster than the average for all occupations, adding about 2.4 million new jobs.
Did you know that the average salary for Healthcare jobs is £52,500? Yet, the highest salary for medical health jobs, which is £84,123, is offered through a contract type of job.
However, the average pay may vary in different locations in the UK. To give but one example, in the city of London, the average wage is £67,500 in comparison to the annual pay located in Cambridgeshire which is £55,000, Leeds £52,500, Bristol £42,500, Manchester £42,500 and Nottingham £42,500.
Also, the role with the highest average salary of 18,579 for a health care assistant is nursing. In the last month, the salary has risen by 10 per cent.
As a care assistant, you'll work under the guidance of a qualified healthcare professional, usually a nurse. The work varies depending on where you're based. In a hospital, for example, you may be washing and dressing patients, serving meals and helping to feed patients, as well as helping them to move around and use the bathroom. However, in a health centre and GP surgery, you may be appointed to responsibilities which include, sterilising equipment, performing health checks, restocking consulting rooms, processing lab samples and taking blood samples from patients.