Hunter healthcare jobs are starting to become more common in the United States as the Trump administration seeks to ramp up hunting jobs for the military and hunters who need help to survive on a hunting budget that has shrunk from $2 billion to $1.3 billion in the past decade.
Hunter healthcare has been a staple of many hunters’ budgets in the states and it was a popular hiring option in the mid-2000s.
But hunters are now increasingly turning to the private sector to fill their hunting jobs.
In 2016, the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) and the Hunter Health Care Association (HHA) each said that the hunting workforce needed to grow by 5% to 6% per year to keep pace with the increase in the hunters’ spending power.
That is what hunters are looking for.
Hunter Healthcare offers hunting jobs and hunting related training in healthcare and medical field.
The industry is growing rapidly in the country and has grown from just two full-time positions to about 20 full-timers across the US, according to the Hunter Healthcare Association.
The HHA estimates that there are now nearly 100 hunter-care providers, which includes both hunter-health care and hunting-related healthcare professionals, according the HHA.
The number of hunter-providers is growing at a rate of roughly 5% annually, according HHA President and CEO Matt Fortuna.
“Hunter-care and hunting have been the bedrock of our industry for many years.
We know hunters are ready to be the best hunters they can be, and we want them to be able to access the healthcare benefits and career opportunities that hunting provides,” Fortunas said.
Fortuno said the Hunter healthcare industry is a good fit for hunters because the healthcare industry offers them a range of jobs, ranging from nursing and midwifery, to veterinary, orthopedics and veterinary tech.
The Hunter Healthcare Care Association estimates that approximately 10% of the hunters in America are employed by hunters, with a majority of those jobs in healthcare.
“We know that hunter healthcare is a very good fit because hunters love the healthcare work,” said HHA executive director Jeff Condon.
“Hunters have always had a passion for hunting and the hunters need access to healthcare that they can rely on.”
Hunter Healthcare has also expanded to the hospitality industry.
The medical industry and tourism have been major drivers of the growth in the healthcare market.
The growth in healthcare healthcare has led to a surge in demand for healthcare care workers.
As more hunters use hunting and healthcare to supplement their incomes, more people are searching for healthcare jobs.
“This is a perfect opportunity for hunters to get into the healthcare space,” said Fortunus.
“It’s a growing market and there’s demand for it, so there’s more people willing to look at that and take the leap.”
Hunters need to take advantage of Hunter Healthcare’ Hunter HealthcareCare membership, which offers a variety of healthcare jobs in a variety with different hours and responsibilities, including nursing, midwife, family medicine, veterinary, occupational health, and more.
The full-year membership costs $35 per year, and includes access to HunterCare healthcare benefits, HunterCare nursing, Hunter HealthCare, Hunter Healthcare Healthcare training, and Hunter Healthcare and HunterCare related healthcare professionals.
HunterCare membership is available in the following areas: nursing, family, healthcare, orthopaedic, occupational, orthotics, and veterinary.
“You can look at it as a way to get healthcare,” Faimon said.
“There’s a lot of health care work that needs to be done by hunters so HunterCare can help them with that.”
Hunters who want to work in the Huntercare healthcare space also can become certified HunterCare certified nurse and become certified hunter healthcare professionals by participating in HunterCare hunter wellness classes.
Hunter Healthcare’s HunterCare Mastercard is a way for hunters who have hunters license and who have successfully completed HunterCare training to get paid and work in Hunter Healthcare.
The Mastercard can be used for HunterCare HunterCare jobs and Hunter Health care services.
Hunter Care Mastercard members also get HunterCare medical and Hunter health benefits.
Hunters also can get HunterHealth health care credentials by completing HunterCare’s Hunter Health Mastercard Exam.
For more information about Hunter Healthcare, visit the HunterCare website at hunterhealthcare.org.