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What careers in the medical field are not that difficult and pay somewhat well?

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Asked by Lucash Wednesday Jan 11th 2012 in Career Planning
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Being employed in the medical field involves years of hard work, study, and most important, responsibility. The medical field is no place for someone not willing to work hard. The pay and the amount of schooling needed are typically directly proportional to each other, meaning the more schooling needed typically leads to a higher paying career.

To become a doctor you are typically looking at about 4 years of college, 4 years of medical school, and another 4 years of residency. To become a surgeon you are usually need about 15 years of schooling and training. If you want to pursue a career such as a medical assistant you are looking at a lot less schooling and a substanial pay cut.

If you are interested in putting in the hard work and dedication needed in the medical field, I would highly recommend looking into some of these Online Medical Degrees and requesting more information from the schools of programs that interest you.

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