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Healthcare Talent Marketplace Enters San Francisco Market
SkillGigs Expands Footprint to Provide Healthcare and Tech Job Seekers with Opportunities
"In San Francisco, the number of jobs in the healthcare and social assistance sector increased by 1,400 within the last year," said Kashif Aftab, CEO and Founder of SkillGigs. "With this number rapidly increasing, it is crucial to simplify the hiring process to the best of our abilities."
The state of CA has seen an increase of approximately thirty thousand jobs from April 2012 to April 2022, according to the Employment Development of the State of California. In turn, healthcare jobs in the metropolitan division of San Francisco have increased by roughly 25 percent over the past decade. The demand for skilled nurses is at an all time high while strategies of successful nurse recruitment can be difficult.
"Registered nurses located in San Francisco ranked second in total monetary income, paying almost twice the national annual wage and 1.2 times the annual wages in California,"
In San Francisco, the unemployment rate for the healthcare and social assistance sector has drastically decreased to 2.1 percent in 2022, the lowest percentage since 2020 when the rate touched at high at 12.6 percent in 2020. Healthcare professionals are in high demand due to Covid-19, baby boomers retiring and from people who have chronic conditions, all driving the projected employment growth, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Since its launch in 2017, SkillGigs has grown extensively across the southern United States with various concentrations in areas across the coasts. The easy-to-use healthcare talent marketplace uses AI technology to pair top nurses and healthcare professionals with facilities based on skill matching.
Learn more: https://skillgigs.com/