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Healthcare Jobs in Kansas City, MO

Registered Nurse (RN) - Kansas City, MO

Professional Case Management

Kansas City, MO

Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) - Kansas City, MO

Professional Case Management

Kansas City, MO

Health Coach

Apex Systems

Lees Summit, MO

Director of Nursing RN - Full-Time 1st Shift

North Point

Paola, KS

Travel RN-Cardiovascular Operating Rm

All Medical Personnel

Independence, MO

Medical Support

US Navy

Kansas City, MO

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) 10,000 Sign on Bonus

KPC Promise Healthcare

Overland Park, KS

Mental Health Nurse Practitioner


$55 - $65 / Per Year

Lawrence, KS

Construction Site Safety Specialist

Randstad USA

Kansas City, MO

Kansas City Healthcare Jobs Overview

Young and old, sick and healthy—everyone relies on healthcare services. We need physicians to perform routine checkups to help maintain good health. We need skilled emergency room personnel, nurses, and surgeons to help save lives. We need mental health professionals to help us when we're in a tough spot. If you're looking for an opportunity to earn a living while helping others, Monster lists thousands of healthcare jobs that you may be interested in.

In healthcare, the possibilities are endless. You can respond to emergencies, care for the sick and elderly, diagnose injuries and diseases, or treat common aches and pains. There will always be a need for healthcare professionals. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, healthcare jobs are expected to grow 15 percent over the next ten years.

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About Working in Kansas City, Missouri

When you look for Kansas City jobs, you'll need to decide if that's KCMO or KCK—there's a big difference. KCMO is Kansas City, Missouri. KCK is Kansas City, Kansas. To help confuse you, they're both in the same metro area. KCMO was named after the Kansas River and incorporated first. Legend says the people of Kansas (KSK) resented that another state named a city after them. They took the name partly out of resentment and partly to capitalize on the good fortune of the other Kansas City, hoping that confused industries and investors would bring Kansas City jobs and money to their side of the border.

KCMO held its ground. Today, it has more fountains than anywhere but Rome (200+), more boulevards anywhere but Paris (132 miles), and more barbeque restaurants per capita than anywhere else in the world. If you're a new graduate looking for jobs in Kansas City, you'll be happy to know that the city is one of the best-paying locations in the U.S. for recent college grads. When you land one of those Kansas City jobs and start looking for housing, you can have a quick commute to the city from the suburbs of Independence, Blue Springs, and Lee's Summit.

Update Your Kansas City Healthcare Resume

There are tons of healthcare jobs waiting for you to apply. But before you do, make sure your resume emphasizes your skills and qualifications, as well as your understanding of key changes in the healthcare industry. Monster's resume tips for healthcare professionals can help you choose the right resume format and buzzwords to boost your chances of getting an interview. Many healthcare employers will ask for a cover letter to accompany your resume. Have writer's block? Simply refer to our healthcare cover letter tips to learn how to create a cover letter that gets results. You can also learn how to properly format your cover letter by viewing our cover letter samples.

How Much Do Healthcare Jobs Pay in Kansas City, Missouri?

Got money on your mind? You should! Make sure you’re getting paid what you’re worth. Our Salary Tools can help you understand what you can expect to make in healthcare jobs in Kansas City, Missouri, as well as the skills that can boost your value and what the next steps in your career might be. Right now, the median healthcare analyst pay in Kansas City is $86,219 per year, which is 13% higher than the national average.

Find Your Next Kansas City Healthcare Job. Monster Can Help Get You Started

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