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What are highest paid health-careers ?

The scope of careers in health-care:

1. Podiatrists

To become a Podiatrist one must have a four-year graduate program to attain a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM). Coursework includes physiology, anatomy, pharmacology, and pathology among other subjects; and, a clinical rotation is also needed. They give treatment for foot, ankle, and lower leg ailments, and might prescribe special devices to help patients with mobility. Some well recognized online degree programs are available. The Bureau of Labor Statistics highlights about 14% ten-year job growth and a median salary of $120,700.

2. Advanced Practice Nurses

It is estimated that Master Degrees in Nurse Anesthesia, Nurse Midwives, and Nurse Practitioner positions would grow 31% over the next ten years with an average annual salary of $102,670. These specialized nurses offer primary and specialty care. A UG degree in nursing is needed before entering into a master’s program in Advanced Practice Nurses.

3. Optometrists

With a 4-year Doctor of Optometry, a student studies anatomy, physiology, optics, biochemistry, visual science, and the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and disorders of the visual system. There are a few online programs which also need clinical more

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