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Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Workers, All Other
 
Description

Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Workers, All Other - All healthcare practitioners and technical workers not listed separately.

O*NET code 29-9099.00

 
Wages

The national typical annual salary for this occupation is $48,610 per year. Nationally, the typical hourly wage for this occupation is $23.37.The state typical wage is $49,820. The typical wage in New Mexico is slightly above the national average. In New Mexico, the typical hourly wage is $23.95 and most workers in this occupation earn between $19.57 and $35.67 per hour based on the 25th and 75th percentile wage in the survey.

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New Mexico Local Wages for Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Workers, All Other
AreaEntry WageTypical WageExperienced Wage
National Annual$48,610
National Hourly$23.37
Statewide Annual$35,180$49,820$69,570
Statewide Hourly$16.92$23.95$33.45
+ Metro Areas
Albuquerque Annual$37,540$56,650$77,550
Hourly $18.05$27.24$37.28
Farmington Annual---
Hourly ---
Las Cruces Annual---
Hourly ---
Santa Fe Annual$39,550$47,640$56,680
Hourly $19.02$22.90$27.25
+ Regions
Central Annual$37,541$56,646$77,548
Hourly $18.05$27.23$37.28
Eastern Annual$32,340$46,088$56,756
Hourly $15.55$22.16$27.29
Northern Annual$30,181$43,222$54,256
Hourly $14.51$20.78$26.08
Southwestern Annual---
Hourly ---

A dash '-' indicates that information is not available for this occupation or area.
Metro Areas refer to Metropolitan Statistical Areas.
Regions refer to Workforce Investment Areas.
For more detailed information about New Mexico wages visit the Occupational Employment Statistics program website. Information displayed represents annual 2013 wages.

 
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Job Growth

New Mexico

2012 to 2022

In 2012 there were about 450 workers in this occupation in New Mexico. The Department of Workforce Solutions estimates that by 2022 this number will increase by about 11 percent and an estmated 500 will be employed in this occupation. Compared to other occupations, employment growth in this occupation is growing more slowly than the average. Job opportunities indicate few and keen competition, as there should be about 5 openings each year for workers in this occupation.

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New Mexico Local Needs for Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Workers, All Other
AreaEstimated
Employment
2012
Projected
Employment
2022
Annual
Percent
Change
Total
Annual
Average
Openings
New Mexico4505001.03%5
+ Metro Areas
Albuquerque----
Farmington60701.53%1
Las Cruces----
Santa Fe60700.63%0
+ Regions
Central----
Eastern40501.29%1
Northern1501801.59%3
Southwestern----

A dash '-' indicates that information is not available for this occupation or area.
Metro Areas refer to Metropolitan Statistical Areas.
Regions refer to Workforce Investment Areas.

Employment estimates are rounded.

Source: NMDWS, Economic Research and Analysis Bureau.

 
Education

Midwives usually need Master's Degree.

Education LevelPercentage
Master's Degree27%
Associate's Degree (or other 2-year degree)20%
Post-Baccalaureate Certificate - awarded for completion of an organized program of study; designed for people who have completed a Baccalaureate degree, but do not meet the requirements of academic degrees carrying the title of Master15%
Bachelor's Degree15%
Post-Secondary Certificate - awarded for training completed after high school (for example, in Personnel Services, Engineering-related Technologies, Vocational Home Economics, Construction Trades, Mechanics and Repairers, Precision Production Trades)11%
Some College Courses9%
First Professional Degree - awarded for completion of a program that: requires at least 2 years of college work before entrance into the program, includes a total of at least 6 academic years of work to complete, and provides all remaining academic requirements to begin practice in a profession3%

Information based on O*NET data and is the result of a national survey.

Use this list to find educational opportunities for this occupation. Contact the specific schools directly to find out application requirements and program availability.

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New Mexico Schools with programs for Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Workers, All Other

No New Mexico public based training programs found for this specific occupation. However, please consider reviewing the list of NM Educational Opportunities and contacting a New Mexico Institution of Higher Education to see if a program in the related Career Cluster is available.

This list is updated once a year and is compiled from the NM Department of Higher Education and other sources.

 
License

No New Mexico occupational license is required.

Other available certificates or credentials may also be desirable. Additional local licenses or permits may be required, and individual businesses may have specific employment requirements. Licensing information is collected through a variety of New Mexico-based resources and does NOT include federal licensing requirements.

Source: NMDWS, Economic Research and Analysis Bureau, bi-annual survey of NM license boards and commissions.

 
WorkKeys Skill Levels

No WorkKeys scores are available for this particular occupation.

For further information on WorkKeys please visit the ACT-WorkKeys website. Skill levels are provided for individuals who know their scores.

 
Industires that Hire Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Workers, All Other in New Mexico.
IndustryPercent of Employed
Ambulatory Health Care Services*
Education and Health Services70.0%
Federal Government, Excluding Post Office*
Government*
Government27.4%
Health Care and Social Assistance70.0%
Hospitals43.3%
Local Government, Excluding Education and Hospitals*
Local Government, Excluding Education and Hospitals*
Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods*
Self Employed and Unpaid Family Workers, All Jobs1.8%
Self Employed and Unpaid Family Workers, All Jobs1.8%
Self Employed Workers, All Jobs1.8%
Services Providing98.2%
Social Assistance*
State Government, Excluding Education and Hospitals23.5%
State Government, Excluding Education and Hospitals23.5%
Total All Industries100.0%
Total Federal Government Employment*
Total Self Employed and Unpaid Family Workers, All Jobs1.8%
Trade, Transportation, and Utilities*
Unclassified1.8%
Wholesale Trade*

* Data is confidential.

Source: NMDWS, Economic Research and Analysis Bureau Projections Unit

 
Common Titles
  • Child Health Associate
  • Drug Coordinator
  • Health Service Coordinator
  • Hearing Aide Technician
  • Medical Consultant
  • Pheresis Specialist
  • Technician, Extracorporeal
  • Technician, Supervisor, Central Supply
  • Transplant Coordinator
  • Utilization Review Coordinator

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