- There is a serious nationwide shortage of Medical Assistants, and Medical Assistants must find and hire Medical Assistants ASAP to keep their businesses running.
- According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of Medical Assistants is expected to grow significantly from 2019 to 2029, faster than the average for any other career.
- The median Medical Assistant salary in Massachusetts was $45,880 in a year and is still rising.
- Top 9 percent of Medical Assistants earn more than $59,060.
Medical Assistants with an education from an accredited school tend to earn more than others.
When weighing job opportunities, a Medical Assistant should also take into consideration health insurance, retirement plans, vacation time, compensation for continuing education and growth opportunities. These all play an important role in earning potential.
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