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The Health Career Tier List (Health Science Degrees Ranked)

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The Health Degree Tier List is finally here where we will be ranking health majors from S tier (amazing) to F tier (weaksauce).

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Health majors are some of the best degrees out there and in this video we will be ranking some of the most popular ones.

One of the cool things about health careers is it's really obvious what career you will go for when you get a degree. Nurse degree = Nurses, Physician assistant degree = physician assistant etc.

This might seem like an unimportant point, but there are many degrees out there where almost none of the graduates end up getting a job related to the degree subject.

This is not a problem with health majors. These are also some of the most stable careers and health careers are growing faster than any other type of career according to BLS.gov (14% on average).

On top of that, health careers are very rewarding and good for certain types of people.

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Sources and further readings for jobs and college degrees:
bls.gov(bureau of labor statistics)
nces.ed.gov(national center for educational statistics)
payscale(provides information on jobs and degrees)

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