Answer: The average full time Radiologist in Canada should earn from $400,000 to $600,000 gross before some expenses. Expenses should be less than $50,000 and include malpractice insurance, conference leave, technology PACS at home etc. Probably leaves an average of about $500,000 pre tax.
Answer: Median annual earnings of physical therapist assistants were $41,360 in May 2006. The middle 50 percent earned between $33,840 and $49,010. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $26,190, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $57,220.
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Answer: The hourly salary of a video game designer varies depending onexperience, location, education, and the type of sector in whichthe designer is working. The lowest ten percent of video gamedesigners make on average $15 an hour. Top earners can commandaround $43 an hour.
Answer: It takes a long time to become a radiologist- 4 years of undergraduate, 4 years of medical school, 1 year internship, 4 years of radiology residency and 1-2 years of sub-specialty fellowship training. Average starting radiology salaries after all of this is quite variable and highly dependent on the market factors (supply and demand) and location. In general academic radiologists get paid less than private practice radiologists. Also, in general, undesirable locations pay more than desirable ones. Average reported salaries from 2006 ACR data are 410K for non- interventional and 440K for interventional- but of course this includes ALL radiologists both senior and junior as well as private and academic. Junior academic radiologists in desirable locations like NYC can make 200-250K, where in private practice in non-urban Texas may make 400K-650K starting.
Answer: ok so a radiologist can man alot of money. if your looking into it it takes a little while but the money you make its crazy! about 800 to 900 grand a year trust me I KNOW. in case anyone wanted to know my grandfather is one and my dad is also so the least amount you can make is about 400 grand.
Answer: At max experience 350,000 a year. or up to 400,000 a year depends on experience.
According to the popular 2011 Industry standards (hospitals, healthcare, radiology, medical services and medical offices) the low average annual income is $51,000 to a high of $166,000. This is without bonuses, profit sharing and commissions which cannot be counted on in average incomes.
Answer: Ask someone at the reference desk of your local public library for the Occupational Outlook Handbook. It lists all kinds of information you would need to know,(including the salary) of just about any occupation you can think of.
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