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Community Health Program Coordinators


Employment of community health workers is projected to increase by 11 percent from 2019 to 2029, according to the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL). This rate is much faster than the average for all careers. “Growth will be driven by efforts to improve health outcomes and to reduce healthcare costs by teaching people healthy behaviors and explaining how to use available healthcare services,” according to the DOL. These increased efforts to improve health outcomes and reduce costs suggest that job opportunities will not only be good for front-line community health workers, but also for those who manage them and develop outreach programs. Community health program coordinators with experience at large organizations and graduate degrees in public health or social work will have the best job prospects.

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