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Chiropractic Economics is the industry hub for chiropractic offices looking to fill positions and DCs, both veteran and new to the profession, seeking quality chiropractor jobs.
One of the chiropractic’s longest-established digital chiropractic jobs boards since our website was founded in 1996, Chiropractic Economics each month places DCs, associate doctors, chiropractic assistants, and other staff with employers in the U.S. and around the world.
Listings are free, averaging more than 300 available at a time, and include chiropractic practices and clinics for sale. Job listings include full-time, part-time, freelance, internships and temporary positions. CE’s job listings reach the U.S. and global markets for chiropractors supported by social media and the largest digital network reach of any chiropractic magazine.
Postings include job title, location, job type, job category, description, URL, company name, company website, company description, optional video link, optional Twitter handle, and optional logo placement.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of chiropractors is projected to grow 4% to 2029, about the average for all U.S. occupations.
“People across all age groups are increasingly becoming interested in integrative or complementary health care as a way to treat pain and to improve overall wellness,” BLS says. “Chiropractic care is appealing to patients because chiropractors use nonsurgical methods of treatment and do not prescribe drugs.”
Chiropractic treatment appeals to patients because DCs rely on nonsurgical methods of care and do not prescribe medications. The demand for less invasive, more natural care is increasing and more people are aspiring to become health care professionals and choosing to study chiropractic medicine.
Chiropractor jobs in hospitals are increasing, and many hospitals have chiropractic physicians with admitting privileges or a full-time chiropractor on staff. Military treatment facilities and VA hospitals have in-house chiropractors, and legislation has recently changed to offer increased chiropractic care to military members and their families. DCs in hospitals will typically work alongside neurologists, physical therapists and orthopedic surgeons.
Career options for chiropractor jobs include practicing as primary-care doctors, starting a practice of their own, becoming an associate in an existing practice, working in veteran, multi-disciplinary or integrative clinics, and specializing in sports medicine, acupuncture, pediatrics, women’s health, neurology, and many more specializations.
To post or look for the latest in available chiropractic jobs go to chiroeco.com/jobs.