What are the salaries for pediatric doctors?

Also,what are the high school requirements, gradute education, certifacation or regestration requirements, post-secondary requirements, and education requirements

Asked By: myreese22 - 9/22/2006
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Very good question since I'm a pediatrician- first have to graduate high school and get into a college that has a good premed program (I went to Brandeis in MA). then after 4 years - you apply to medical school. generally to get into an American MD school you probably need at leat a B+ average for all 4 years (esp the... More
Answered By: pedidoc43 - 9/22/2006
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check out for more info on pediatricians.
Answered By: Winter Snow - 9/22/2006
The median expected salary for a typical Physician - Pediatric Neonatology in the United States is $191,957. This basic market pricing report was prepared using our Certified Compensation Professionals' analysis of survey data collected from thousands of HR departments at employers of all sizes, industries and... More
Answered By: TIMOTHY D L - 9/22/2006
In CAlifornia, it's about 120,000 a year average. i know cause my mom's a doctor
Answered By: lycommastephie - 9/22/2006
That depends on where they work and how much they work. You need to go to college, get a Bachelor of Science degree, then proceed onto Medical school. (during your junior or senior year of college you'll take the MCAt test to get in to med school) After med school you go to internship and residency. That's where... More
Answered By: kommander_glock - 9/22/2006
It depends on many different things. Where they practice, if they have partners if they do intensive care etc. Average is about $125,000 to 250,000 per year. You have to have finished high school, med school and then do a residency in pediatrics. This is usually 4 years but if you specialize can be as much as 8... More
Answered By: Ms. Paul - 9/22/2006
well, you need lots and lots of requirements. go look up what you need. and they get payed around 300,000 a year if not more
Answered By: fukuoka - 9/22/2006
Go to this website - this will help answer your questions.
Answered By: yellow - 9/22/2006
The salary/remuneration for a particular job is the market value for a particular profession and designation at the city/town where the office is located. Job postings at websites like Monster, Yahoo HotJobs and Careerbuilder carry information about salaries. The Govt Dept of Labor, ( Bureau of statistics... More
Answered By: data w - 9/24/2006
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