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An obstetrician is a specialist dealing with the care of women and their children during pregnancy, childbirth and postnatal period. A mid-wife is the equivalent of an obstetrician but doesn't have a doctorate degree, only a nursing degree and secondary education specializing in pre and postnatal care.
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To become an Oncologist, or cancer specialist.... To become an Oncologist, or cancer specialist, a medical degree is the first requirement and usually takes four-six years to earn (depending on the country). After that, a one (1) year internship and several years (generally two (2)) of residency in …
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Brains and discipline. Get a science related bachelor's degree, apply to med school, do well enough to get a slot in a residency somewhere, and do your multi-year residency in ob/gyn. If you aren't smart or disciplined enough to finish a bachelor's in biology with at least a 3.5 GPA you probably wo…
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Obstetrics and gynaecology (often abbreviated Ob-Gyn in the US and O&G elsewhere) form a single medical specialty and have a combined postgraduate training program. Some generalists can work as obstetricians, mainly in rural areas. All gynaecologists, therefore, are trained obstetricians, and v…
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USA Undergraduate degree (BA or BS, 4 years) Medical school (4 years) OB/GYN residency (4 years) Medical school is very competitive. You need good grades in college and a good score on your MCAT (Medical College Admission Test) to get in. You must also meet all the prerequisites of th…
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200,000 dollars a year I worked in HR at a hospital a fews years back and at that time, there was a doctor in OB/GYN that made over $200 an hour.   Ask someone at the reference desk of your local public library for the Occupational Outlook Handbook. It lists all kinds of information you woul…
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i takes four years of college 4 yars of med school and 3 years of resdiency
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Annually the median Obstetrician Salary is $248,000.
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Answer Pros....it is a unique experience that is only known through experiencing having a living, breathing baby moving inside of you. Nothing in the world tops that experience, except for the birth of a child!!! 2. Most women have what is called a "glow" about them while pregnant. Very beautiful…
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I think Howard university. the university of Georgia medical college of Georgia in Augusta Emory
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I believe they need a lot of schooling because they have to go through school for 8 or so years. No.... i just looked it up and it turns out you need an bachelors degree with concentration in biology or pre medicine. then you have to attend a 4 year medical school. then you have to enroll in a obst…
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200,000.00 a year
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you need to have a high school de and 2 years of colleg you need to have a high school de and 2 years of colleg
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First of all, before deciding what kind of doctor you will be, you have to get into medical school. This just requires an undergrad degree. Your undergrad (college) degree can be in anything you want as long as you take the required science classes while in college. I believe this is 2 semesters …
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In the United States, you must complete at least three years of undergraduate college focusing on science and math, then another four years of vet school where you learn animal anatomy and pathology as well as a wide variety of related topics.
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Get into medical school. Once you've accomplished that, your professors will be able to provide whatever guidance you need.Sorry, that's sort of a flip answer, but getting your M.D. is the key step in the process. There will be plenty of time for specialization. Before that, of course, you have to g…
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An obstetrician is a physician that specializes in caring for pregnant women through childbirth. Women with complicated or difficult pregnancies make up a majority of their work. Many obstetricians also train as gynecologists so they are able to give medical advice and treatment concerning a woma…
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An obstretrician is trained and managed to help with womens pregnancy's, labor, and delivery. Obstretricians tell how much time there is until delivery and give birth to babies. Most obstretricians are also gynecologists.(Ob/Gyn) Gynecologists treat disorders of the female reproductive organs and br…
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An obstetrician is a medical doctor who specializes in the care of women who are pregnant.
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An obstetrician-gynecologist is required to obtain continuing medical education (CME) credits to renew his or her license. These credits are obtained by attending approved courses, seminars and conferences.
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Well that all depends really, on what you want to do with zoology. Really that means someone who studies animals. So, you could get no special education and be an amatuer zoologist and use those skills to volunteer at the zoo or wild animal shelter. You could get a biology degree and get a job in a…
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You need a medical degree from an accredited medical school such as a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) degree, a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree, or a Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS/MBChB) degree. After earning one of these medical degrees, a four year residency in ob/gyn must…
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IDK xactly but maybe around 100-500 don take my word 4 it
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Answer A bachelors degree in finance, and a cfa. can one still become a financial analyst with a bachelor's degree in sociology and/or psychology and a cfa? what also is the route to obtaining the cfa qualification? how different is the cfa from acca?
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The average Obstetrician andGynecologist Salary is $250000 depending on the source.
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all of the sciences, English maths and then what ever you like!Your primary concern should be to get good grades and prepare for college, taking the college prep type classes. It will help if you can take AP courses and even do the IB.
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Obstetricians get paid in different ways. Some are employees of medical groups or hospitals; they are usually paid an annual salary, with annual increases (or decreases) based on productivity. Obstetricians in private practice get paid by their patients (or their insurance companies) for ser…
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Answer An Obstetrician specializes in the care and treatment of pregnant women during their pregnancy, labor, delivery and the postpartum period.
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HELL NO. Keep your nose out of people's governments. Let's think about 9/11...
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Salary Ranges depending on what position an OB-GYN obtains. The base salary for an OB-GYN is $123,716, the medium is $102,261-$203,739 and the advanced salary would be $115,004-$250,261. the base salary is paid to OBGYN starting off. The median is paid to OBGYN with experience of five years and the …
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I heard you in UW you need a bachelor in science or in arts to become a doctor then you can get into a medical school i think I'm not sure.
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The job outlook for a veterinarian is grest. Employment is expected to grow faster than the average for all occupations through the year 2008.Job openings stemming from the need to replace vets who retire or otherwise leave the workforce will be almost as numerous as new jobs resulting from employme…
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A four year degree in Zoology, Biology, or related field should suffice. I would recommend getting a job before you consider pursuing a Masters. Talk with the personnel department, or administration at the zoo your interested in long term employment with, often times a zoo may consider a Masters deg…
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A degree in jurisprudence, such as Juris Doctor or Bachelor of Legal Letters (L.L.B.) and pass a state bar in the state where you want to practice law.
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$145,500+   Starting out would be at the lower end scale, how fast it climbs depends on how good the obstetrician is. As of 2010, In the USA the annual median Obstetrician Salary is $248,000. The lower end 10% is around $101,000 annually. The upper end 10% is around $350,000 annually.
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Becoming a regular OB-GYN doctor (specializing in Acute and chronic medical conditions, Adolescent gynecology, Behavioral problems, some Cancer, Endocrinology, Health maintenance during pregnancy, Infertility, Operative gynecology, Pregnancy and delivery, Preventative health, Urinary tract disorders…
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The average median salary would be $120. per hour. The average median salary weekly would be $4800. The average median salary monthly would be $20,666. As of 2010, In the USA the annual median Obstetrician Salary is $248,000. The lower end 10% is around $101,000 annually. The upper end 10% is …
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taking and making sure the patient and the baby is ok
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you need to study lots of science and
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Forensic anthropologists work with law enforcement to help to determine things such as cause and time frame of death by studying remains which are fairly decomposed. Most forensic anthropologists have their doctorate degree which takes around eight or nine years.
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Psychologists have to go to college for 2 yrs. to get their Assoc. Degree, 4 yrs. to get their Bach., 6 yrs. to get their Mast. Degree and 8 yrs. for their PHD.
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Answer at least 2 sciences in gcse grade c or above maths c or above and a diploma
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This question is almost impossible to answer, because it is so different for every person. This first thing to consider is How much money do I need to live comfortably? This can be done by planning.Here are some charts that may be relatable to you:Necessary amounts of money:Family of one About 18,00…
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Half of all obstetricians in the United States between $190,000 and $277,000 per year.
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As of 2010, In the USA the annual median Obstetrician Salary is $248,000.
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Beifits, include: flexiblility, easy work, pick your shifts, and being able to relocate
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60 to 80 thousand in Colorado
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Volunteer at hospitals when your in high school. Tell them that you want to gain knowledge in OB/GYN; that way you will get volunteer hours and you will gain knowledge!Easy as that!
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It ranges from 150,000 to 275,000. It was ranked I think #6 in united states best jobs
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To become a Veterinary Surgeon you need five GCSEs, grades A*- C. You then need to go onto A-Levels and study at least two Sciences, preferably Biology and Physics, Maths and another subject which is educational not vocational. On your A-Levels you need to acheive AAB on Physics, Biology and Maths. …
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As of 2010, In the USA the annual median Obstetrician Salary is $248,000. The lower end 10% is around $101,000 annually. The upper end 10% is around $350,000 annually.
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Opthamologists' annual salaries vary greatly, from anwhere as little as $ 80 000 to, at the maximum, about $ 400 000. The average annual salary sits at about $ 200 000, which is still quite a large amount.
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deliver babies,diagnose pregnancy, and deal with diagnosing and curing problems a pregnant woman or a woman in hopes of getting pregnant may face. you have to be a gynecologist to become an obstertrician
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you need at least 2-4 years of college it takes about 3 to 4 years to get a bachelor's degree and 2 years for an associate degree it's helpful to get a internship or volunteer at a radio station or TV spot
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When performing a Caesarean section, an obstetrician may come into contact with the patient's blood. There is a small risk that the obstetrician will be exposed to bloodborne pathogens.
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Idaho I disagree with that statement. Washington state has the highest minimum wage, with Idaho about 10 cents behind. Washington is generally at the top of the payscale for most every job.
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Up to 150,000 a year As of 2010, In the USA the annual median Obstetrician Salary is $248,000. The lower end 10% is around $101,000 annually. The upper end 10% is around $350,000 annually. Please see related link below!
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Answer OB/GYN requires 8 years of school. Four at a general university and Four at medical school. Then you have a four year residency at a hospital but are paid. Once you have finished your residency you take an oral and written test. There are also subspeacilities where each require another 3 y…
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It depends on whether or not they've had experience and whether or not they they have a degree. A person with a bachelor's degree with no experience would likely make quite a bit less than someone who has a Master's degree and a little bit of experience.
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The job outlook for an ob/gyn is always good. There will always be women and babies that need looked after and taken care of. This is a popular speciality but there are still plenty of jobs in most communities.
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Starting out it would be the lower 10% scale until they build their practice up.The average median salary would be $120. per hour. The average median salary weekly would be $4800. The average median salary monthly would be $20,666. As of 2010, In the USA the annual median Obstetrician Salary is $…
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When performing this procedure on a person you can lose the mother that's giving birth, or the child in which birth is being giving to.
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My husband makes $24.00 per hour...he has 21 years of experience in printing and about 3 years as a lead. Six years ago he ran an imaging machine and made $25 per hour (3p-11p) but that company went out of business and it took him 6 months to find his current job (7a-3p). He worked as a second man u…
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An Ob/Gyn is a doctor who specializes in Obstetrics and Gynecology, which is medical specialty of the female reproductive organs in both their pregnant and non-pregnant state.
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It ultimately depends on the nature of the flowers one would be dealing with. For example if said botanist were to be working with a Venus flytrap their salary is aprox one hundred million dollars as they are in a life threatening situation in their day to day life.
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Answer #1 The mean annual wage for OB/GYNs according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics is $192,780. Answer #2 As of 2010, In the USA the annual median Obstetrician Salary is $248,000. Annually the median Obstetrician Salary Salary is $248,000. It depends on how successful their are, annually th…
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$137,090 for the yearmonthly $11,424.17
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In England, you need to complete a Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) approved degree or Diploma of Higher Education. To get onto an approved course you need to meet some general requirements set by the NMC. These include: providing evidence of your literacy and numeracy skills, good health and …
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around 1500-2000 yuan ( the Chinese currency), this is 1500-2000 pounds to them in china, but amounts to 150-200 pounds PER MONTH. i am partly Chinese :)
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Answer#1 $82.60/hr yearly: $171,810/yr Answer#2 The average median salary would be $120. per hour. The average median salary weekly would be $4800. The average median salary monthly would be $20,666. As of 2010, In the USA the annual median Obstetrician Salary is $248,000. The lower end 10% …
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You need 8 years of college and a doctorates degree, you need to fill out an application and resume and have at least 3 references that aren't apart of your family, it would be good to add extra curricular activities you took part in at school also.
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As of 2010, In the USA the annual median Obstetrician Salary is $248,000. The lower end 10% is around $101,000 annually. The upper end 10% is around $350,000 annually.
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I work at a restaurant in AZ i make about 8.00 an hour and I bring home 25-40 dollars a night in tips it's pretty good money. It's not hard work either it's well worth it.If you work maybe 9 hours a day, $8 an hour, that would be $72 a day. Plus, maybe $30 in tips a night, that would be $26.250 a ye…
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The U.S. Bureaus of Labor Statistics reports that job outlook in the food science profession is expected to grow by 10 percent from 2010 to 2020. Food chemists are professionals in this discipline, and they can have an average annual salary of 53,167 dollars.
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It depends. There are a lot of jobs in the field of Forensic Anthropology.Average Salaries are Per Year. These are only a few of many career options. -U.S. Gov't/Military: Salary varies.-Anthropology Instructor: Starting at $54,685 - $76,150 per year.-Forensic Anthropology in Law Enforcement- Starti…
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About two years (AA degree).
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A psychiatrist makes more money as they are the ones dealing with medicine. Also a psychiatrist has to go through six years of medical school while a psychologist has to go through around 2 more years to get their masters. (Ph.D, Degrees, etc.) Also for a psychologist, it depends what kind of psyc…
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http://www.pmetb.org.uk/fileadmin/user/QA/Curricula/Approved_curricula/Obstetrics_and_Gynaecology/Core_curriculum_element_01.pdf (that is for England though)
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Money, a corrupt mind, a father in a high place and a photogenic faceGet elected.There are no special qualifications other than that you need to get elected.
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The average salary for an OB/GYN (Obstetrics and Gynecologist) in the United States is around $252,660. Quite a hefty sum of money!
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