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Diagnostic Medical Sonographer
Operate imaging equipment that uses projection of sound waves into a patients body, also known as an ultrasound, sonogram, or echo-cardiogram to diagnose various patient medical conditions.

Job Workload
Almost all work in hospitals with some working in physician imaging clinics. SonThose in the sonography field may expect be on their feet for long periods while working with disabled patients.

Diagnostic Medical Sonographer Requirements
A formal education like an associate degree or a trade school certificate. Employers today require professional certification.

Annual wage was $64K in 2017.

Employment Expectation
A growth of 44% from now till 2020. Ultrasound technology is ever evolving and it may become the popular method used to diagnose many medical conditions over the more invasive of procedures.

Medical Assistant
Administrative and clinical tasks in hospital offices of physicians, podiatrists, chiropractors etc. Duties differ with each location, specialty, and size of the practice.

Job Workload
Hospital and private medical office working full time.

Medical Assistant Requirements
Must have at least a high school diploma learning through on the job training programs at each medical facility.

Annual wage was $29K in 2017.

Employment Expectation
Growth by 31% from now into 2020 with much of the demand from physicians hiring more medical assistants for routine administrative and clinical duties so they may service more patients. Also driven by the retirement of many boomers.

Computer Support Specialist
Training advice to businesses on how to use computer software or hardware. Mostly refered to IT Tech. A technicians who assists non-IT users with computer problems.

Job Workload
Work is available in many different industries, including IT, transportation, government, education, finance, health care, and telecommunications, just to mention few.

Computer Support Specialist Requirements
Due to the extraordinary number of skills needed to fill various occupations at least a bachelor degree is required for most positions, but some may just require associate degree or trade school certification. After hiring most workers enter a company training program that lasts for several months.

Annual wage was $46K in 2017.

Employment Expectation
18% from now into 2020 with favorable work opportunities. Those applicants with a bachelor degree and strong technical knowledge will be in demand the most.


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