I went off the fact that there are already about 20k medical students in the country in each class so about 80k in matriculation at any given point in time
Not on a PhD level, between college and medical school level.
So including all of nursing students, PA students, all of allied medicine, etc?
I'd say that any 'health' related career with at least an associates or college degree requires some form of anatomy.
That is well over 200K per year imo. Of course most of this is extremely watered down compared to med school anatomy.