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Medical Jobs in Seattle, WA

Medical Scribe

Scribe-X

$13 - $17 / HOUR

SeaTac, WA

Surgical Technologist

Randstad USA

Bellevue, WA

Speech-Language Pathologist, Rehabilitation Therapies - Inpatient (24hrs/wk, Days)

EvergreenHealth

Kirkland, WA

Radiography Instructor - (ARRT) - (Part-Time| Days)

Pima Medical Institute

SEATTLE, WA

Nursing

US Navy

Seattle, WA

Medical Scribe

ScribeAmerica

Auburn, WA

Respiratory Therapy Instructor (RRT) - (Full-Time)

Pima Medical Institute

RENTON, WA

RN - Hospice Referral Intake, Hospice & Home Health Admin (Per Diem)

EvergreenHealth

Kirkland, WA

Medical Receptionist

Functional Therapy Group

Bellevue, WA

Seattle Medical Jobs Overview

If you're looking for job security, medical field jobs are the way to go. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the U.S. is expected to add 2.4 million jobs in healthcare over the next decade—a growth rate of 15% and more than any other occupational group. And jobs in healthcare include much more than nurses and physicians. The healthcare system relies on administrative jobs like receptionists and medical coders and healthcare support jobs such as medical assistants and phlebotomists to keep us healthy.

All sorts of people are suited for jobs in healthcare. As a healthcare worker, you could work in many settings, including a hospital, long-term care facility, school, lab, private practice, or community health center.

You can expand your search for healthcare jobs by checking out these similar positions:

About Working in Seattle, Washington

Seattle has earned the nickname "the Emerald City" for its abundant, year-round greenery. And while you visit a Seattle park, be sure to bring the city's favorite beverage on your walk: Seattle is the home of the first Starbucks and the perfect place for coffee aficionados. You can also take your dark roast on a stroll around Pike Place Market, the Museum of Pop Culture, the Space Needle, and the city's beautiful Puget Sound waterfront. No wonder U.S. News & World Report ranked among the best places to live in the United States. If you're ready to call the Emerald City home, you can find tons of Seattle jobs at Monster.

Seattle's job market index score is 8.2, which means unemployment is lower and the median salary is higher than in most other large metro areas. And jobs in Seattle are abundant—it's among the best U.S. cities to find a job. Want to escape from city life? You can also check out Monster job postings in Bellevue, Redmond, and Kirkland.

Update Your Seattle Medical Resume

Jobs in the medical field are available to everyone, from those who have high school diplomas to professionals with advanced education. Trying to figure out what career to pursue? Monster has compiled a library of job descriptions for various jobs in the medical field so you can find one that's the right fit for your skills and expertise. You can also check out job descriptions for popular healthcare support jobs.

No matter which position you decide on, you'll need a certain set of soft skills to work in healthcare, including empathy, communication skills, stress management, flexibility, and time management.

How Much Do Medical Jobs Pay in Seattle, Washington?

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 medical jobs in Seattle, Washington, as well as the skills that can boost your value and what the next steps in your career might be. Right now, the median medical staff director pay in Seattle is $112,134 per year, which is 17% higher than the national average.

Find Your Next Seattle Medical Job. Monster Can Help Get You Started

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