It depends what kind of Cardiologist you would like to be. The typical Base Salary for a Physician / Doctor, Cardiologist in United States is $146,391 to $290,829. The typical Base Salary for a Physician / Doctor, Cardiologist (Invasive) in United States is $195,908 to $336,338. The typical Base Salary for a Physician / Doctor, Cardiologist (Non-Invasive) in United States is $184,079 to $296,935. The typical Base Salary for a Invasive Cardiologist in United States is $171,707 to $317,245.
If you see a job listing with a salary of 12k, that means you will be receiving 12,000 in your country's currency for a year. Assuming you are in the United States, making minimum wage ($7.25 an hour) at 40 hours a week will give you around $15,000 per year before taxes. Making $12,000 for full-time work is below the United States' federal minimum wage, but would be a typical salary for a part-time job.
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