Medical assistants, the most common job in the United States, are getting more than $8.7 billion in salary increases each year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
But some of the biggest increases were recorded for nurse practitioners, who are expected to see their pay increase by $1.2 billion over the next five years.
Nurses are already making about half of what the average worker makes, according the BLS.
In the next few years, nursing jobs could see a whopping $13 billion in pay increases.
But that doesn’t include the millions of nurses who are being laid off or transferred out of nursing, as well as other medical professionals who are also getting big raises.
The BLS also released a report today on medical assistant jobs, which showed that there are more than 500,000 medical assistants across the United, or around one in six jobs in the U.S.
The average salary for medical assistants is $72,500, and the average annual salary of a nurse practitioner is $85,000.
The highest paid is a nurse at the Mayo Clinic who makes $86,000, and is one of the highest paid in the country.
But while medical assistants have the highest salary, they also get the highest amount of overtime pay.
In 2016, the BOL reported that more than 4.4 million workers were eligible for overtime pay, and those workers are getting an average of $2,300 per hour.
But those same workers also get overtime pay for other duties, like caring for patients, such as assisting with transportation and sorting mail.
The Bureau of Labour Statistics found that medical assistants, in particular, are taking in about half as much money as nurses for their entire careers.
The average nurse’s annual salary is $69,000; for a medical assistant, it’s $84,000 a year.
The BOL report says that in 2018, there were more than 1.1 million nursing jobs across the country, representing about 14 percent of all U.s. jobs.
Of those, about 471,000 were medical assistants.
The Bureau said that medical assistant job growth will likely continue to slow as nursing retirements increase.
As of 2021, the Bureau expects nursing to have a nursing shortage, and there are some signs of it already.
The BLS report said that while nursing is the nation’s fastest-growing occupation, it will continue to shrink at a slower rate than other industries.
It also predicts that there will be fewer nurses working in nursing than at any time in the past two decades.
At the same time, the number of medical assistants will continue rising.
The U.K. government said last year that the number and rate of medical assistant vacancies were at record highs.
But the BLIS said that the trend of job growth among the profession is changing.
The bureau reported that while the number for the profession has been flat since 2015, the percentage of vacancies has increased by more than 5 percent.