I believe most medical jobs are increasing simply due to the fact that people are living longer thus, creating more jobs and opportunities in the health care field. This could lead to increasing salaries as well as easier job placement. Also, a lot of technical schools, like Allied and many others offer job placement in the field you specialize in after you complete your degree/certificate and pass your basic tests to be certified inn what you do or will be doing.
Keep in mind salaries often start somewhat low if you have no experience but quickly increase so if it is a career you've chosen you'll have anywhere from 40-50k yearly with phlebotomy, lpn, lab tech, medical assistant PLEASE KEEP IN MIND THAT IT SHOULD NOT BE THE MONEY THAT DRIVES YOU TO YOUR WORK INSTEAD IT SHOULD BE SOMETHING YOU WILL ENJOY. Nursing, phlebotomy, most medical professions require an aquired taste. So if your not sure take time to really think about it before making a detremental decision!
Best of Luck to all!