Part of the problem with the Connecticut healthcare industry is that there are job openings in all areas of the industry, and not enough schools with available spot-openings to accommodate those who would like to train to fill vacancies. People with current training or job experience that can be used in various areas of the health industry in Connecticut have multiple job choices to choose from and a chance at rapid advancements within their chosen job areas.
Nobody knows what the future will bring. Guesses are made about the future of the healthcare industry based upon the current extra-high retirement rates within the industry, the advancing numbers of baby-boomer age retirees that are placing extra burdens on the understaffed industry, and the state of finances available at local, state, and federal levels to improve shortage area problems.
Connecticut is working hard at trying to correct their healthcare shortage areas, but with our current state of affairs, it appears that Connecticut will have healthcare industry shortage areas, and available job openings in their healthcare industry for a long time to come. Many following the United States healthcare shortage problems are predicting higher perks and incentives coming in future years to help all who choose to work in healthcare.