How much does epidemiologist make?
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It depends upon the career path chosen. Epidemiologist study diseases, risks, and prevention among populations. Career options include: 1. Teaching 2. Research 3. Public Health You can check out how much they may make a year (according to their job and location) at the US Department of Labor: http://www.bls.gov/oes/current/oes191041.htm
According to Healthcare Salaries, the average salary for epidemiologists in the United States is $64,500. This is lower than most other medical scientists in part because most epidemiologists work for government agencies and salaries come from government funding. Those in private entities generally earn higher salaries.
Epidemologist Epidemiologist. An epidemiologist. The study of epidemics and how they are spread is called epidemiology the scientists themselves are called epidemologists these scientists study how diseases are spread how age, population numbers, race, gender, and location affect diseases or diseased people, they study how or why an outbreak was caused and how it can be prevented. This is only a basic covering on what epidemeologists do but is the basic idea.
The primary role of statistics in epidemiology is to make conclusions about a population of interest when data is only available from a sample. Statistics accounts for the uncertainty. In epidemiological datasets there are usually measured observations of an occurance of a disease as well as measured indicators of exposure. An epidemiologist may for example be interested in whether exposure (e.g. smoking) increases the risk of disease (e.g. cancer). Information on smoking however may not…