Graduate students and other professional trainees at UT Health Science Center learn alongside accomplished faculty and become colleagues as they develop their interests and refine their knowledge and skills. We encourage students to engage in professional development and begin searching for job opportunities.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects that healthcare-related jobs will grow from 18 million today to 23 million by 2022. This will make healthcare the largest employment sector in the United States, representing with 14 percent of the total workforce at an estimated annual cost of over $1.8 trillion.
Career Search – our real-time database that indexes healthcare job openings nationwide
UT Tyler Career Services – guidance, resources, and support for career development
Available by appointment, students can
- Access one-on-one help with CV/resume preparation, career search, mock interviews, and social networking consulting
- Business cards for graduate and professional students
- Development of professional portfolio and goals