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CareerWages Anesthesiologist$ 133,140 Audiologist$ 48,550 Chiropractor$ 54,300 Dentist$ 88,510 Dietitian and Nutritionist$ 37,990 Occupational Therapist$ 43,360 Optometrist$ 78,950 Pharmacist$ 71,040 Physical Therapist$ 48,410 Physician Assistant$ 60,010 Physician and Surgeon$ 143,960
CareerWages Podiatrist$ 61,250 Psychiatrist$ 73,320 Radiation Therapist$ 53,280 Recreational Therapist$ 30,640 Speech-language pathologist$ 44,090 Veterinarian$ 50,290 Athletic Trainer$ 25,070 Nuclear Medicine Technologist$ 50,880 Occupational Health and Safety Specialist$ 40,950
CareerWages Registered Nurse$ 46,440 Respiratory Therapist$ 44,360 Cardiovascular Technologist$ 32,460 Dental Hygienist$ 46,240 Diagnostic Medical Sonographer$ 48,320 Licensed Practical and Vocational Nurses$ 30,070 Medical Records and Health Information Technician$ 23,270 Radiologic Technologist$ 41,890 Surgical Technologist$ 30,640
CareerWages Paramedic$ 22,970 Clinical Laboratory Technologist$ 29,560 Pharmacy Technician$ 19,020
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