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Salary + Job Growth
The current average salary for a Hematologist is $289,018, which averages out to around $139 per hour. It is important to keep in mind that your salary will vary based on your location, skill set, and years of experience. The states with the highest average salaries are as follows (in ascending order): New Jersey, California, Wyoming, Massachusetts, and Washington. The average salaries in these states range from $322,146, in New Jersey, to $341,044, in California. This position is expected to grow by about 11% by the year 2030.
Some benefits of working in Hematology include working in a high-demand field, receiving above-average compensation, having your own practice, having the ability to work wherever, having a high income early in your career, and making a difference in people’s lives.
Hematologists should possess the following skills: communication skills, problem-solving skills, interpersonal skills, attention to detail, and organizational skills.
Job duties you may perform as a Hematologist are as follows: treating blood-related diseases (including anemia, hemophilia, or leukemia), studying lab tests for more accurate diagnoses, conducting physical examinations, prescribing medications, and maintaining detailed records of patients’ health.
As a Hematologist, you can expect to work in private practice, a hospital, a medical facility, or a research facility.
While the process of going through medical school to become a physician can be overwhelming, some physicians decide that they are interested in pursuing CME, or continuing medical education. You will find that there are specialty-focused organizations as well as directory-like websites that can help guide you to CME resources. These CME resources may include podcasts, live or virtual conferences, videos, webinars, or live or virtual courses. Some organizations that can provide you with or help you find CME resources are as follows: Mayo Clinic, the American Society of Hematology, Hematology Advisor, CMEList, myCME, freeCME, Healio, BoardVitals, and Bio Ascend.
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