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Report · September 2014

California’s Health Workforce Needs: Training Allied Workers

Shannon McConville, Sarah Bohn, and Laurel Beck

Over the next decade, California’s growing and aging population will require about 450,000 new health care workers. Given the importance of associate degrees and postsecondary certificates in growing health care occupations-and the need for a diversified health workforce-the state needs to ensure that its two-year institutions are preparing technical and support workers for rewarding careers.

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Economy Health & Safety Net Higher Education Workforce Needs
Public Policy Institute of California