For anyone who looking to find that ideal career choice that is the perfect blend of medicine, science, technology, and public service, a job in ultrasound diagnostics may be the perfect option. Anyone studying to be a sonographer right now, or working in the field currently, is working in one of the fastest growing careers […]
According to the BLS, diagnostic medical sonographers earned a median salary of $69,650 in 2016. The best-paid 10 percent earned more than $99,100, while the lowest-paid 10 percent earned less than $48,660.
Because ultrasound is such a unique modality, training someone strictly on the job would take approximately a year or more. Having the actual classroom knowledge helps so much to understand what you are looking at while scanning. I am sure the degree of Renee’s ability is due to the Institute of Ultrasound Diagnostics and highly recommend their program.