HEALTHCARE


Career Pathways

These occupations represent seven in-demand jobs in the Inland Empire
as selected by the local Healthcare Deputy Sector Navigator.

Occupation Annual Job Openings
Between 2015–2020
Typical
Entry-Level
Education
Hourly Wages:
Light Pink dollars represent entry level hourly pay Entry-Level
10th percentile
Dark Pink dollars represent median hourly pay Median
50th percentile
Red dollars represent experienced hourly pay Experienced
90th percentile
$8  ($10/hr = min. wage)
Syringe Phlebotomists Meter under 750 < 750 Award Ribbon Postsecondary
non-degree
award
Entry Level Pay: $12, Median Pay: $17, Experienced Pay: $22 Entry Level: $12
Median: $17
Experienced: $22
X-Ray Radiologic
Technologists
Meter under 750 < 750 Associats Degree Associate's
degree
Entry Level Pay: $19, Median Pay: $31, Experienced Pay: $43 Entry Level: $19
Median: $31
Experienced: $43
Computer Screen with Health Symbol Medical Records and
Health Information
Technicians
Meter under 750 < 750 Award Ribbon Postsecondary
non-degree
award
Entry Level Pay: $11, Median Pay: $20, Experienced Pay: $36 Entry Level: $11
Median: $20
Experienced: $36
Stethoscope Licensed Practical
and Licensed
Vocational Nurses
Meter under 750 < 750 Award Ribbon Postsecondary
non-degree
award
Entry Level Pay: $17, Median Pay: $23, Experienced Pay: $29 Entry Level: $17
Median: $23
Experienced: $29
Clipboard Medical
Assistants
Meter under 750 < 750 Award Ribbon Postsecondary
non-degree
award
Entry Level Pay: $10, Median Pay: $13, Experienced Pay: $18 Entry Level: $10
Median: $13
Experienced: $18
Blood Pressure Reader Nursing
Assistants
Meter under 750 < 750 Award Ribbon Postsecondary
non-degree
award
Entry Level Pay: $10, Median Pay: $13, Experienced Pay: $18 Entry Level: $10
Median: $13
Experienced: $18
Health Cross Registered
Nurses
Meter over 750 > 750 Bachelor's Degree Bachelor’s
degree
Entry Level Pay: $31, Median Pay: $42, Experienced Pay: $58 Entry Level: $31
Median: $42
Experienced: $58

*Education combined with additional community college training may better prepare you to enter this occupation.

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