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Podiatrist Job Outlook


Employment of podiatrists is projected to grow 14% from 2014 to 2024, better than the average (7%) for all occupations during that period. As the U.S. population both ages and increases, the number of people expected to have mobility and foot-related problems will rise, boosting demand for podiatrists. In addition, podiatrists are increasingly working in group practices along with other healthcare professionals. Continued growth in the use of outpatient surgery also will create new opportunities for podiatrists, as all podiatrists complete 3 years of standardized hospital-based residency training.



Job opportunities for trained podiatrists should be good, given that there are a limited number of colleges of podiatry. In addition, the retirement of currently practicing podiatrists in the coming years is expected to increase the number of job openings for podiatrists

Source: U.S. Department of Labor


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