What is the best paying medical job that requires the least amount of training?
When choosing a career it's most important to chose one based on how much you like it, rather than how much you will be earning. There may come a time when you realize the money isn't worth making if you can't enjoy what you are doing to make it. With that being said:
Dental Assistant: $20,000-$27,000
Pharmacy Technician: $21,800-$30,000
EKG Technician: $22,000-$31,000
Cardiovascular Technician: $25,000-$37,000
Lab Technician: $28,000-$37,000
Radiology Technician: $39,000-$46,000
X ray Technician: $40,000-$45,000
Ultrasound Technician: $46,000-$54,000
Medical Billing: $27,000-$40,000
Massage Therapy: $15,000-$50,000 (Some states such as Minnesota don't require a degree at all to become a massage therapist.)
Does the healthcare law require employers to include in the W-2 form of each employee the aggregate cost of applicable employer sponsored group health coverage that is excludable from the employee's g?
The highest paying medical job is a general anesthesiologist. They are paid most of all medical occupations due to the extreme risk in calculating the correct strength and amount for the patient. They use parameters such as bloodwork and basic vitals to best calculate the correct type of gas to administer.
I'm about to go to basic training and then ill be in AIT which is actually titled medical laboratory specialist. im lookin to get this job out of the army. How can I be an MD?
You cannot become an MD by being a 68K. Medical Degrees are obtained by taking and passing the MCAT, to be accepted into a medical school, completing a degree in pre-med., completing a degree in Medicine, completing your internship and residency, and certifying as a medical doctor. A term of service can make you elligible for the GI Bill which will get you on your way to a medical degree by paying for four years…
Is there any other way to get training rather than spending 40 to 50 thousand on training so like the airline pays for your training and if there is what airline companies do this Thanks?
Frequently, medical doctors record their notes taken during or after patient examination on electronic media. These include Dicta-phones in the old days all the way up to DVD records and the like now. Once these voice records are recorded, they are passed to medical transcriptionists, whose job it is to convert the recordings into printed form. As the nature of medical records is so specific and requires such a high degree of accuracy, the task…
What is medicare deductible How much is allowed for mileage to and from medical doctors and hospitals?
Will the cost of employer-paid health insurance will be included as income on W-2 tax forms in 2011?
Not as taxable income. But yes the amount will be included on the W-2 form if the employer is receiving the tax credit for the amount of the premiums. This information will be to inform the employee of the amount of the premiums that the employer is paying on the employees medical insurance benefit for the year 2010.
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