A sonographer performs sonograms (ultrasounds) in order to look for problems in various organs in the body.
Completing a two-year college program or certificate in diagnostic medical sonography may be required to obtain this position. A four-year bachelor’s degree in this field will make an applicant more competitive.
The job outlook for this position looks very good over the next 10 years, keeping in mind that geographical differences may exist. Opportunities will be the best for those who are certified in several specialties.
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Sonographers typically work in hospitals, doctor's offices, and diagnostic laboratories.
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