Some examples of health care careers include cardiovascular technologist, counselor, dental assistant, health care administrator, lab technician, orthoptist, paramedic and podiatrist, among others. Those in this field of study undergo different training and have numerous employment opportunities, in many different specialties.
The most common health care careers are those of doctors and nurses but the field covers a wide range of societal occupations. Each health care career commands a unique and distinguishable set of qualifications, such as a non-degree certificate, specialized associates degree, specialized bachelor's degree, master's degree or doctoral degree. These qualifications place scholars in different health care occupations, and that's where their roles differ.