14 high-paying in-demand health-care jobs you can get without an MD or PhD (2023)

You don't have to go to med school, earn a doctorate, complete a residency halfway across the country, and rack up thousands in student debt to land a top-paying job within the health care field.

While physicians and surgeons continue to earn some of the highest salaries in the nation, and top the payroll for medical institutions, plenty of other positions require less education while paying salaries as high as $167,000 a year.

CNBC Make It analyzed occupational data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics to discover which health-care jobs pay the most without requiring a doctorate. The resulting 14 roles range from helping care for newborn babies to treating communication disorders to designing artificial limbs, and some can be landed with an associate's degree.

The best part? Not only are all these jobs offering median wages of at least $69,000, they are all poised to dramatically grow over the next seven years, some by as much as 37%. That means workers in these high-demand health-care fields can look forward to keeping their well-paying gigs for a long time to come and likely expect a nice salary increase as their skills become more sought after.

Below are 14 high-paying jobs you should consider if you're interested in helping people, but aren't keen on the idea of becoming a doctor:

Nurse anesthetists

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Median annual wage: $167,950
Projected job growth through 2026: 16%

These nurses provide anesthesia and related care during surgical, therapeutic, diagnostic, and obstetrical procedures. Before a procedure begins, they are responsible for reviewing a patient's current medication as well as any allergies or illnesses they might have to ensure anesthesia can be safely administered. They then give the patient anesthesia or apply a local anesthesia to numb a certain area of the body. They will remain with a patient throughout a procedure to check their health and adjust the anesthesia as necessary.

To become one of these advanced practice registered nurses, workers must earn at least a master's degree from an accredited medical program. To qualify, they'll need to have a registered nursing license before pursuing such education. Prospective nurse anesthetists must also have one year of clinical experience as a prerequisite for admission to an accredited nurse anesthetist program. Candidates typically have experience working as a registered nurse in an acute care or critical care setting.

Physician assistants

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Median annual wage: $108,610
Projected job growth through 2026: 37%

Commonly called PAs, these workers assist physicians and surgeons examine, diagnose and treat patients. They may be called upon to review a patient's medical history, examine a patient, order and interpret diagnostic tests, diagnose a patient's injury or illness, provide treatment, prescribe medication, and counsel patients about their health.The extent to which a PA must be supervised by physicians or surgeons differs from state to state, but in rural and medically underserved communities, PAs commonly function as primary care providers at clinics where a physician is present only one or two days per week.

To become a PA, you'll need a master's degree from an accredited program. It typically takes two years of full-time study to complete. All states require physician assistants to be licensed, meaning they must pass the Physician Assistant National Certifying Examination. In addition, state licensure laws mandate that a physician assistant must hold an agreement with a supervising physician since collaboration between physicians and physician assistants is required for practice.

Nurse practitioners

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Median annual wage: $107,030
Projected job growth through 2026: 36%

These nurses serve as primary and specialty care providers. They often work independently or in collaboration with physicians. They assess patients to determine the best way to treat or manage a person's health issue. Many nurse practitioners specializing in caring for certain needs, such as geriatric health, pediatric health, or psychiatric and mental health.

To become one of these advanced practice registered nurses, workers must earn at least a master's degree from an accredited medical program. They must also have a registered nursing licenses before pursuing education in one of these advanced practice roles such as nurse practitioner.

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Nuclear medicine technologist

Median annual wage: $76,820
Projected job growth through 2026: 10%

These health-care workers prepare radioactive drugs for patients to assist with imaging or therapeutic purposes. They operate the imaging equipment used to diagnosis and treat patients. They may also help physicians in researching the uses of radioactive drugs.

Nuclear medicine technologists typically need an associate's degree from an accredited nuclear medicine technology program. Although, some technologists become qualified if they have a degree in a related health field and complete a 12-month certificate program. They commonly need a certification in the field and some states may require a license to practice.

Speech-language pathologists

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Median annual wage: $77,510
Projected job growth through 2026: 18%

Sometimes called speech therapists, these workers diagnose and treat communication and swallowing disorders in children and adults.

Most speech-language pathologists working today hold a master's degree from an accredited program. All states regulate this role, and most, require a license. In states that do mandate licensure, pathologists need at least a master's degree from an accredited program, supervised clinical experience, and to pass an exam.

Genetic counselors

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Median annual wage: $80,370
Projected job growth through 2026: 29%

Genetic counselors assess individual or family risk for a variety of inherited conditions, such as genetic disorders and birth defects by studying patients' genes through DNA testing. They provide information to other health-care providers as well as to patients concerned with developing or passing down inheritable medical conditions.

Genetic counselors typically need a master's degree in genetic counseling or genetics, as well as certification through the American Board of Genetic Counseling.

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Radiation therapists

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Median annual wage: $82,330
Projected job growth through 2026: 13%

Part of the health-care team called in to treat cancer, these therapists operate the machines that deliver concentrated radiation therapy to a patient's tumor. They are also responsible for explaining treatment plans to patients, determining the region of the body receiving treatment, and checking for unusual reactions.

Employers usually prefer to hire applicants with at least an associate's degree in radiation therapy, though some companies accept those who've completed a certificate program. In most states, radiation therapists must be licensed or certified. Requirements vary depending on the state but typically include passing a national certification exam.

Occupational therapists

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Median annual wage: $84,270
Projected job growth through 2026: 24%

These workers help people regain or develop the skills necessary for daily living. They work with patients to complete therapeutic exercises and stretches, engage children with developmental disabilities in play activities to help with coordination or socialization, and teach patients how to use special equipment that will make tasks, such as eating, easier. They work with occupational therapists to create and implement each patient's treatment plan.

Most occupational therapists enter the occupation with a master's degree in occupational therapy.

Nurse midwives

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Median annual wage: $103,770
Projected job growth through 2026: 21%

These nurses specialize in caring for women. They perform gynecological exams and provide family planning services and prenatal care. They also deliver babies; manage emergency situations during labor, such as hemorrhaging; repair lacerations; and may provide surgical assistance to physicians during cesarean births. Nurse midwives can act as primary care providers for women and newborns.

To become one of these advanced practice registered nurses, workers must earn at least a master's degree from an accredited medical program. They must also have a registered nursing licenses before pursuing education to become a midwife nurse.

Registered nurses

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Median annual wage: $71,730
Projected job growth through 2026: 15%

These workers provide and coordinate a patient's care. They assess a patient's condition and record their observations, administer medicines and treatments, assist doctors and other health-care professionals, operate and monitor medical equipment, help perform diagnostic testing, and teach patients how to manage their illness or injuries.

There are three common paths to becoming a registered nurse: earn a bachelor's degree in nursing, earn an associate's degree in nursing, or a earn a diploma from an approved nursing program. Regardless of the education path, all registered nurses must be licensed, meaning they've graduated from an approved program and passed the National Council Licensure Examination. Some states also require that applicants pass a criminal background check to obtain their license.

Orthotists and prosthetists

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Median annual wage: $69,120
Projected job growth through 2026: 22%

Orthotists and prosthetists design and fabricate medical devices, such as artificial limbs and braces, as well as and measure and fit patients for them.

To become one, workers must earn a master's degree in orthotics and prosthetics. Such programs typically take two years to complete and are followed by a residency that has been accredited by the National Commission on Orthotic and Prosthetic Education. Some states require orthotists and prosthetists to be licensed.

Magnetic resonance imaging technologists

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Median annual wage: $71,670
Projected job growth through 2026: 14%

As their title suggests, these technologists operate magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanners to create diagnostic images used for determining medical diagnoses and the staging of diseases.

Many MRI technologists start out as radiologic technologists. An associate's degree is a common education requirement for this post but a few states also require a license.

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Diagnostic medical sonographers

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Median annual wage: $72,510
Projected job growth through 2026: 23%

These health-care workers specialize in creating sonograms or ultrasounds of the body's organs and tissues using special imaging equipment. Their images help physicians assess and diagnose medical conditions as sonograms are often the first imaging tests performed when disease is suspected. Sonographers can specialize in scanning certain parts of the body such as breast tissue, the heart or the female reproductive system to track a developing baby's health.

Becoming a diagnostic medial sonographer requires at least an associate's degree in sonography. Employers prefer candidates that have a professional certification, have graduated from programs accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Program, and have a basic life support certification.

Dental hygienists

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Median annual wage: $74,820
Projected job growth through 2026: 20%

These health-care workers remove tartar, stains and plaque from a patient's teeth, check for signs of oral diseases, apply sealants and fluorides, take dental X-rays and remind you how to brush and floss correctly.

To become one, you'll need at least an associate's degree in dental hygiene as well as a license to practice. College programs for dental hygiene typically last three years, and a passing grade on clinical examinations is required for licensure in most states.

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FAQs

What is the highest paying medical job without a degree? ›

A radiation therapist is one of the best-paying medical jobs with little schooling. Entry-level radiation therapists earn an average of $60,080 each year. With as few as one to four years of experience, salaries can increase by more than $11,000.

What is the highest paying job in healthcare? ›

Anesthesiologists and surgeons earn the highest income among doctors. According to Payscale August 2022 data, anesthesiologists earn an average of $307,740, and surgeons earn an average of $287,500 as of July 2022 data.

Which healthcare field is most in demand? ›

4 Key Healthcare Jobs in High Demand Moving Into 2022
  • Nurse Practitioners (NP) Job outlook: 52% increase from 2020-2030 (BLS) ...
  • Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) Job outlook: 35% increase from 2020-2030 (BLS) ...
  • Medical and Health Service Managers. Job outlook: 32% increase from 2020-2030 (BLS) ...
  • Medical Assistants.

What is the easiest highest paying medical job? ›

Well-paying medical jobs that require limited schooling
  • Dietary technician. National average salary: $36,629 per year. ...
  • Phlebotomy technician. ...
  • Medical assistant. ...
  • Medical coding specialist. ...
  • Licensed practical nurse (LPN) ...
  • Clinical laboratory technician. ...
  • Radiologic technologist. ...
  • Registered nurse.

How can I get into the medical field without being a doctor? ›

14 high-paying in-demand health-care jobs you can get without an MD or PhD
  1. Nurse anesthetists. Nurse anesthetist. ...
  2. Physician assistants. FatCamera | E+ | Getty Images. ...
  3. Nurse practitioners. ...
  4. Nuclear medicine technologist. ...
  5. Speech-language pathologists. ...
  6. Genetic counselors. ...
  7. Radiation therapists. ...
  8. Occupational therapists.
12 May 2019

What are the highest paying medical jobs that don't require med school? ›

  • Nurse practitioners.
  • Nurse midwives. ...
  • Occupational therapists. ...
  • Radiation therapists. Median annual wage: $82,000. ...
  • Genetic counselors. Median annual wage: $80,000. ...
  • Speech-language pathologists. Median annual wage: $78,000. ...
  • Nuclear medicine technologists. Median annual wage: $77,000. ...
  • Dental hygienists. Median annual wage: $75,000. ...

What is the easiest medical career to get into? ›

Which medical field is the easiest? Phlebotomy is the easiest medical field to get into and to practice. Part of your training can come online, and with an accelerated program, you can be ready for your state licensure exam in under a year. Phlebotomists draw blood and transport it for lab testing.

What are the top 5 most high paying jobs? ›

Mean Annual Salaries
  • Cardiologist. $353,970.
  • Anesthesiologist. $331,190.
  • Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon. $311,460.
  • Emergency Medicine Physician. $310,640.
  • Orthopedic Surgeon, Except Pediatric. $306,220.
  • Dermatologist. $302,740.
  • Radiologist. $301,720.
  • Surgeon, All Other. $297,800.

What is the best field in healthcare? ›

10 Best Jobs in the Medical Field Best Jobs 2022
  • Anesthesiologist. ...
  • Orthodontist. ...
  • Oral Surgeon. ...
  • Dentist. ...
  • Nurse Practitioner. ...
  • Physician Assistant. ...
  • Veterinarian. ...
  • Physical Therapist.

What health care professions are in-demand? ›

Nurse Practitioners, also referred to as Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs), hold the most in-demand healthcare career you can pursue today.

What health care careers are in-demand? ›

22 in-demand medical careers
  • Emergency medical technician.
  • Health information technician.
  • Massage therapist.
  • Dietitian.
  • Dental assistant.
  • Marriage and family therapist.
  • Medical and health services manager.
  • Nursing assistant.

What can I do with an MD degree without residency? ›

Examples of career options for doctors without residency include working in the medical-legal field, teaching, or working in the pharmaceutical or insurance industry. Entry into any of these fields requires some planning and action.

What jobs make a lot of money that aren't medical? ›

21 highest-paying nonmedical jobs
  • Judge.
  • Nuclear engineer.
  • Risk manager.
  • Compensation and benefits manager.
  • Statistician.
  • Finance manager.
  • Front-end developer.
  • Economist.
3 May 2021

What jobs can I make 100k a year without a degree? ›

Jobs that pay $100k a year without a college degree
  • Professional Sports Referee. $210,000. $21,000.
  • Commercial Pilot: $165,000. $91,000.
  • Master Sommelier: $160,000. $49,000.
  • Air Traffic Controllers: $153,000. $94,000.
  • Programmers: $125,000. ...
  • Power Distributors: $121,000. ...
  • Database Managers: $117,000. ...
  • Locomotive Engineer: $114,000.
13 Oct 2022

What jobs make the most money with the least education? ›

  1. Police Officer. Although many police officers do have college degrees, the minimum educational requirement is a high school diploma. ...
  2. Commercial Pilot. ...
  3. Gaming Manager. ...
  4. Electrical Powerline Installer and Repairer. ...
  5. Elevator Installer and Repairer. ...
  6. Transportation Inspector.

What degree is closest to medicine? ›

Courses you can study as an alternative to Medicine and Surgery
  • Biomedical Science.
  • Chemistry, Biology or Natural Sciences.
  • Optometry, Ophthalmics & Orthoptics.
  • Pharmacology.
  • Pharmacy & Physiotherapy.
  • Psychology.

What should I do instead of med school? ›

Here are five alternatives to medical school you can consider.
  • Physician Assistant.
  • Health Services Administrator.
  • Nurse Midwife.
  • Radiation Therapist.
  • Surgical Technologist.
10 Apr 2018

What kind of doctor requires the least amount of school? ›

A general practice doctor is probably the easiest doctor to become. Even though students must complete four years of medical school and one or two years of a residency, this is the minimum amount of education required for medical doctors.

What is the shortest career in the medical field? ›

Doctor Isn't Your Only Option: Healthcare Careers that Require Only 2 – 4 Years of School
  • Occupational therapy assistant (OTA) ...
  • Dental hygienist. ...
  • Respiratory therapist. ...
  • Physical therapy assistants or aide. ...
  • Medical assistant. ...
  • Radiologic technologist. ...
  • Nursing assistant. ...
  • Surgical technologist.
14 Sept 2018

What is the least competitive medical job? ›

With that in mind, the five least competitive medical specialties are:
  • Family medicine.
  • Physical medicine and rehabilitation.
  • Anesthesiology.
  • Pediatrics.
  • Psychiatry.
15 Jun 2020

What 2 year medical degree pays the most? ›

Here are some of the highest-paying medical field jobs you can do with an associate degree:
  1. MRI technologist. National average salary: $26,827 per year. ...
  2. Veterinary technician. ...
  3. Pharmacy technician. ...
  4. Home health aide. ...
  5. Veterinary assistant. ...
  6. Medical equipment technician. ...
  7. Medical records specialist. ...
  8. Funeral services assistant.

What is the fastest growing job in the medical field? ›

Nurse practitioners, occupational therapy assistants and physical therapy assistants top the list for the fastest growing health-care jobs of the next decade, with home health and personal care aides following close behind.

What is the easiest MD degree to get? ›

Less competitive specialties to consider include family medicine, pediatrics, and psychiatry. Other potentially easier options include physical medicine and rehabilitation, anesthesiology, and emergency medicine.

What is the least stressful medical career? ›

Many people find themselves interested in a career in the medical field that involves low-stress responsibilities and a neutral working environment.
...
13 high-paying low-stress medical careers
  1. Chiropractor. ...
  2. Audiologist. ...
  3. Surgical technician. ...
  4. Occupational therapist. ...
  5. Physical therapist. ...
  6. Biomedical engineer. ...
  7. Dental hygienist.

What is the #1 highest paying job in the world? ›

  • Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Salary. Chief Executive Officer is one of the highest paying jobs in the world. ...
  • General Surgeon. Salary. The average salary of a general surgeon in India is approximately Rs. ...
  • Senior Software Engineer. Salary. A senior software engineer earns around Rs.
4 Oct 2022

What is the #1 job in the world? ›

1. Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

What is the funnest highest paying job? ›

High Paying Fun Jobs: 60+ Fun Careers With Good Salaries
  1. Video Game Designers. ...
  2. Ethical Hacker. ...
  3. Master Sommelier. ...
  4. Professional Video Game Player. ...
  5. Social Media Manager. ...
  6. Content Writer. ...
  7. Graphic Designer. ...
  8. Digital Marketer.
1 Nov 2022

What can I do instead of medicine? ›

Alternatives to medicine
  • one of the sciences, a specialist aspect of science or a joint degree.
  • a course in an allied health profession eg physiotherapy, occupational therapy or podiatry.
  • nursing.
  • pharmacy.
  • dentistry.
  • psychology, possibly with a view to working in the psychological therapies.
  • healthcare science.

Which medical field has more scope in future? ›

Since the demand, scope, and salary range for this medical specialty is high, orthopedics tops the medical courses list. If you aspire to have a rewarding medical career, you can upgrade your PG medical degree with a specialty course in orthopedics.

Is healthcare management in demand? ›

Healthcare management is a flourishing, fulfilling job and offers a great opportunity to candidates who want to associate themselves with the healthcare industry but find complex medical studies difficult and daunting.

What kind of doctor has do instead of MD? ›

A doctor of osteopathic medicine, also known as a D.O., is a fully trained and licensed doctor. A doctor of osteopathic medicine graduates from a U.S. osteopathic medical school. A doctor of medicine, also known as an M.D., graduates from a traditional medical school.

What is the shortest MD residency? ›

Family medicine is the specialty that provides the shortest residency program in the U.S. as it only takes 3 years and possibly another year more if the resident opts to continue with the subspecialty fellowship.

What is the easiest residency? ›

The 10 Least Competitive Specialties in Medicine
  • Family Medicine.
  • Pediatrics.
  • Psychiatry.
  • Emergency Medicine.
  • Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation.
  • Neurology.
  • Child Neurology.
  • Pathology.
10 Sept 2022

What are high paying jobs that aren't hard? ›

Here are 27 fun and lower-stress career paths to consider.
  • Audiologist. Average Annual Salary: $81,030. ...
  • Art Director. Average Annual Salary: $97,270. ...
  • Dental Hygienist. Average Annual Salary: $77,090. ...
  • Geologist. Average Annual Salary: $93,580. ...
  • Food Technologist. ...
  • Librarian. ...
  • Technical Writer. ...
  • Biostatistician.
12 Feb 2022

What jobs pay $2000 a day? ›

$2000 Per Day jobs
  • Flooring Installer. ...
  • Periodontist. ...
  • Oral Surgeon. ...
  • Veterinarian, Earn $2k a day, Urgent Care Clinic, 36 hrs, Free Housing. ...
  • Physical Medicine and Rehab Physician (PM&R)/ ER Physician. ...
  • Physician: A FL Facility Seeks a Locums Radiologist | JOB-2800556. ...
  • Diagnostic Radiologist $50K Bonus.

What career pays the most and is easy? ›

Here are the top 15 easy jobs that pay well.
  • Flight Attendant. ...
  • Massage Therapist. ...
  • Librarian. ...
  • House Painter. ...
  • Medical Lab Technician. Average annual salary: $57,800. ...
  • Copywriting. Average annual salary: $59,510. ...
  • Sales Representative. Average annual salary: $102,750. ...
  • Software Tester. Average annual salary: $110,140.
17 Nov 2022

How can I make 6 figures without a degree? ›

Six-figure jobs without a degree
  1. Real estate agent. Real estate can be a lucrative line of work for the right person. ...
  2. Construction management. Construction can be a lucrative industry, particularly for skilled laborers and managers. ...
  3. Elevator/escalator installer. ...
  4. Commercial pilot. ...
  5. Web developer. ...
  6. Honorable mentions.
3 Jan 2022

What jobs make a lot of money but don't need college? ›

25 High-Paying Jobs That Don't Require a Four-Year Degree
  1. Air Traffic Controller. Median salary: $129,750.
  2. Elevator Installer and Repairer. ...
  3. Nuclear Technician. ...
  4. Web Developer. ...
  5. Dental Hygienist. ...
  6. Diagnostic Medical Sonographers/Cardiovascular Technologists. ...
  7. Aerospace Technician. ...
  8. Police Officers and Detectives. ...
14 Oct 2022

How can I make 150K a year without a degree? ›

One of the best industries to earn $150K without a degree is the tech industry. Systems managers, for example, earn a median wage of $151,150 per year. Healthcare and construction are other industries where you can earn 6-figure jobs without a degree.

What is the most in demand job right now? ›

12 high demand jobs
  • Financial manager. ...
  • Medical assistant. ...
  • Software developer. ...
  • Market research analyst. ...
  • Substance abuse counselor. ...
  • Health services manager. ...
  • Statistician. ...
  • Nurse practitioner.
13 Jul 2022

What jobs can you get without a medical degree? ›

Jobs in a hospital without a degree
  • Dental assistant.
  • Care worker.
  • Home health aide.
  • Phlebotomist.
  • Medical transcriptionist.
  • Medical equipment technician.
  • Patient care technician.
  • Clinical assistant.
30 Nov 2021

What medical field does not require a degree? ›

Medical assistant

They might take a patient's vital signs, help a physician with examinations, administer injections or prepare a blood sample for lab work. If you want hands-on clinical experience without spending years earning a degree, this is the position for you.

What is the easiest healthcare degree? ›

Which medical field is the easiest? Phlebotomy is the easiest medical field to get into and to practice. Part of your training can come online, and with an accelerated program, you can be ready for your state licensure exam in under a year.

How can I make a lot of money without a degree? ›

How to make money without a degree
  1. Invest in the stock market. If you are someone who is financially savvy, it's possible to make money in the stock market. ...
  2. Start your own business. ...
  3. Sell stuff online. ...
  4. Rent out your property. ...
  5. Start a consulting service. ...
  6. Take stock photography. ...
  7. Start a blog. ...
  8. Deliver food.

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