Occupation Summary

Healthcare Support Workers, All Other

O*NET 31-9099.00


All healthcare support workers not listed separately.

Annual Wages:
Employment Rate:
Employment is expected to increase by 15.73%.
Education Level:
Post-Secondary Certificate - awarded for training completed after high school (for example, in agriculture or natural resources, computer services, personal or culinary services, engineering technologies, healthcare, construction trades, mechanic and repair technologies, or precision production). According to O*Net, the majority of people employed in this occupation have this level of education.
Public Service, Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM)

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National Industry Employment Patterns

Industry % of Healthcare Support Workers, All Other employed Annual Growth Rate
General medical and surgical hospitals 25.2 0.21
Elementary and secondary schools 10.5 0.20
Nursing care facilities, skilled nursing 6.8 -0.32
Offices of other health practitioners 5.1 2.30
Offices of physicians 4.7 1.11
Medical and diagnostic laboratories 3.1 2.19
Other ambulatory health care services 2.7 3.42
Personal care services 2.3 0.91
Outpatient care centers 2.2 2.92

Labor Market Information

2020 Statewide average hourly wage $21.06
2020 National average hourly wage $19.92
2018 National employment 92,600
2018 Texas employment 6,904
Texas projected employment by 2028 7,990
Texas projected annual employment and Turnover openings through 2028 955

* Due to confidentiality rules, not all regions may have the data displayed. The sum of all the regions may not be equal to the state total.

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** The information in this report may be derived from many sources like O*NET, BLS (Bureau of Labor Statistics), OOH (Occupational Outlook Handbook), and Career One Stop.