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Wisconsin Healthcare Careers


Ultrasonographers specialize in creating images, known as sonograms or ultrasounds, that depict the body’s organs and tissues. Sonography is often the first imaging test performed when disease is suspected.

The median annual pay is $92,450 per year in Wisconsin, and it is expected that the need for this position will increase by 10% (much faster than average) in the next 10 years.

An associate's degree is required to become a ultrasonographer.

Most diagnostic medical sonographers and cardiovascular technologists and technicians are full time, although part-time work is common. Because they may work in medical facilities that are always open, they may have shifts that include evenings, weekends or overnights.

You may be a good fit for this opportunity if you excel in communication skills, attention to detail, hand-eye coordination, physical stamina and technical skills.

Wisconsin Healthcare Careers: Job Profile

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