|Since publishing his original book, Getting into the PA School of Your Choice (1997), the Physician Assistant profession has continued to grow by leaps and bounds. In fact, even in the midst of this recession, employment of physician assistants is expected to grow 27 percent from 2006 to 2016, much faster than the average for all occupations. Projected rapid job growth reflects the expansion of health care industries and an emphasis on cost containment, which results in increasing use of PAs by health care establishments (Bureau of Labor & Statistics.) |
As a direct result of the continued growth of the PA profession, competition for getting accepted into a PA program remains extremely competitive.
If you're rejected to PA school once, your odds of getting accepted a second time decrease significantly. Andy Rodican tells you how you can learn the main reason PA program applicants get rejected, and how to avoid this critical mistake.