With its $1.4 trillion annual budget, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has long been the world’s leading provider of postsecondary education.
Yet it’s not as easy as it used to be.
Now, many of its graduates are struggling to find jobs in their field.
“The job market is so competitive that I would say most people who got in, they’ve found other jobs in healthcare,” said Dr. David A. Siegel, a professor at Johns Hopkins University and author of The Health Education Bubble: The Struggle to Save the Health Care System From a Crisis.
“A lot of people are struggling with how to get into their field.”
In an article for The Atlantic, Siegel wrote that the U