There’s a strong career outlook for cardiologists in the next 10 years. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics expects about 22,700 job openings for physicians and surgeons, including cardiologists, each year over the next decade. According to the bureau, these jobs may become available because of a growing and aging population that may require more physicians. New technology, such as telehealth options, may also allow physicians to see and treat more patients. Cardiologists can also expect to find jobs as other physicians leave the workforce to retire.