Wisconsin has a reputation for delivering some of the highest quality health care in the nation.
That level of excellence is built on clinical excellence supported by a well-trained and dedicated workforce.
The men and women who work in health care provide an essential service to the people who live in their community.
More than 232,010 people are employed in health care careers in Wisconsin.
There are entry-level positions that require 0-2 years of training to those that require college post-graduate work.
The types of jobs available are diverse – from housekeeping to working in a lab or directly providing patient care.
It takes a team to meet the health care needs of our state’s residents. Be a part of this exciting industry.
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