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UAlbany Center Study: Health Care Jobs Continue to Grow in New York, Although Pace Slows 

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Jobs in health care remain an important part of the New York State economy.

ALBANY, N.Y. (Aug. 31, 2011) -- While jobs in health care continue to be a vital part of New York’s economy and have been steadily growing, that job growth appears to be slowing for a variety of reasons, according to a recent report from the University at Albany’s Center for Health Workforce Studies. “Health care appears to be recession-resistant but not recession-proof,” said Jean M. Moore, director of the Center and a lead author of The Health Care Workforce in New York, 2009: Trends in the Supply and Demand for Health Workers.

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