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If you don't flourish in a physically demanding, hazardous or unpredictable environment, CareerCast's least stressful job — Diagnostic Medical Sonographer, with an annual median income of $63,630 and growth outlook of 24% — might be good fit for you.
DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL SONOGRAPHERS USE SPECIALIZED EQUIPMENT to direct high-frequency sound waves into a patient's body.
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Students entering option one must be nationally certified as a radiologic technologist, respiratory therapist or diagnostic medical sonographer, while option two is open to all students with a minimum of an associate degree and a few other prerequisites.
The lists were aggregated into 14 possible careers: multimedia/Internet specialist, graphic artist, civil engineer, human resources manager, computer support technician, telecommunications specialist, hazardous waste technician, computer repair technician, medical records technician, geographical information systems (GIS) specialist, teacher's aide, HVAC technician, technical writer, and medical sonographer.
Selecting 'the month of love' to help parents-to-be celebrate their new arrival is a tradition that Pacific Coast Ultrasound plans on continuing year after year," says Darlene Ginnett, Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer, owner Pacific Coast Ultrasound.
With so much talk about innovating new disease management programs, it is amazing that we forget to acknowledge existing disease management tools like ultrasonography, which has provided measurable benefits for three decades, according to ultrasound expert Darlene Ginnett, Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (RDMS).
He is a registered medical sonographer (RDMS, RDCS) and has completed the Executive Education Program at the Wharton School of Business.
MedTech currently staffs the following types of positions: Pharmacist, Pharmacist Technician, Phlebotomist, Physician's Assistant, Physician, Nurse Practitioner, X-Ray Technician, Respiratory Therapist, Medical Assistant, Surgical Assistant, Case Manager, Home Health Aid, Dental Assistant, Dentist, Dental Technician, Chiropractic Assistant, Speech Therapist, Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist, Radiological Technician, Cytogenetic Technologist, Paramedic, Medical Sonographer, Dialysis Technician, Patient Care Assistant, Chiropractor, Dietitian and more.
MIM offers associate degrees that lead to certification as a veterinary technician, diagnostic medical sonographer, histotechnician, medical assistant, medical laboratory technician and radiologic technologist.
The updated second edition presents a wealth of new content, including new career articles on Creative Arts Therapists, Diagnostic Medical Sonographers, Medical Illustrators and Photographers, Medical Interpreters and Translators, and Orthotic and Prosthetic Professionals.
Growth 2012 Rate, Median Occupation 2012-22 Pay Industrial-Organizational Psychologists 53% $83,580 Personal Care Aides 49% $19,910 Home Health Aides 48% $20,820 Insulation Workers, mechanical 47% $39,170 Interpreters and translators 46% $45,430 Diagnostic medical sonographers 46% $65,860 Helpers--brickmason, blockmasons, stonemasons, and tile and marble setters 43% $28,220 Occupational therapy assistants 43% $53,240 Genetic counselors 41% $56,800 Physical therapist assistants 41% $52,160 Physical therapist aides 40% $23,880 Skincare specialists 40% $28,640 Physicians assistants 38% $90,930 Segmental pavers 38% $33,720 Helpers--electricians 37% $27.

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