Ultrasound Technician Job Questions & Answers

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How do you like it? How long was your school? How much do you make a year? Any info will help, thank you!
1 answers - Asked By: Golden_Child - 4/10/2008
I'm thinking of becomming an ultrasound technician when i get older, so i just have a few questions. Is it possible to become an ultrasound technician by going to a vocational school? because i don...
1 answers - Asked By: VomitsHerMind - 7/30/2012
I just want to know, do I need to get a degree and if not, how can I go about getting enough hospital experience so that I can get into that field? I've never worked in a hospital before but I would ...
2 answers - Asked By: angelaki3 - 5/22/2007
I was thinking about how much I love and am interested in the growth of babies and the pregnancy process. Only then I got to thinking that ultrasound technicians will no longer be needed when a new te...
2 answers - Asked By: Kait - 5/8/2010
My doctor had determined that on Wed I was 18 weeks pregnant. I went for my ultrasound that same day and she measured the baby 3 times, to get an average. She first measured the baby at 16 weeks and ...
1 answers - Asked By: Mrs.W - 8/6/2010
I recently went for my first sonogram for my chid and the tech's were so unpersonable it made me think that I could do just as good a job with a much better personallity and attitude. I would make the...
1 answers - Asked By: FaerieWhings - 5/27/2007
Which of the two jobs will have a higher demand in a couple of years? Ultrasound tech interests me a lot more, but it seems like there are very few job openings compared to Nursing. So my main concern...
1 answers - Asked By: Ronnie M - 1/16/2011
I was wondering if being an ultrasound technician is a fun and rewarding job? Also do you always have to work in a huge hospital or do you get to work in smaller clinics? Any information would be ap...
3 answers - Asked By: - 11/16/2011
I want to go to school in the medical field and one that pays good money when you enter. But out of those two choices, which one is harder to take at school? Which one is easier to take and which one ...
2 answers - Asked By: sjrosario82 - 5/12/2007
I literally faint, when I start to see blood. But, I want to go into Medicine..Would Ultrasound Technician be the job for me, or do they look at blood to? What Medical Jobs DO NOT look at blood? Plea...
4 answers - Asked By: BJ - 2/11/2011
Anyone here an ultrasound tech or knows someone who is? How many hours a week do you work? Can you choose to work part time? Is it a good family job for mothers with kids? Do you like your job? T...
1 answers - Asked By: LoveMyMommyLife - 1/30/2011
How does it pay? Are there a lot of "gross" stuff that go with it? Is the schooling required very long?
1 answers - Asked By: chocolate tea - 2/21/2011
For my senior project I need to interview an ultrasound technician! I only have ten questions so if you are in that field please take a few minutes to answer them! Also if you could leave your name pl...
1 answers - Asked By: - 5/20/2012
Is anyone in this field that can help me. Do you like it? how did you get into it?
2 answers - Asked By: in_lovebaby13 - 10/7/2009
I am a 17 year old male interested in becoming an ultrasound technician. My question is, would it be awkward for a male to give ultrasounds? this is not the bottom line of my decision, but I'm curious...
5 answers - Asked By: - 11/21/2011
I live in Houston,Tx and I want to become an ultrasound technician. I'm a stay at home mom with a tight budget so financial aid will really help. I need to find a school that offers more than just a c...
2 answers - Asked By: #1 Mom - 10/1/2007
Hey! Sorry for the horrible questions but I kinda want to get started early. So I want to be an ultrasound technician, but only for like babies.. Is there a special name for that? What kind of sc...
3 answers - Asked By: - 10/2/2012
I want to become a ultrasound tech but i dont know know what a good school to go to would be. i dont just want certificate i want like a bachelors or a masters or whatever is going to make me the most...
4 answers - Asked By: - 9/13/2011
I'm becoming a ultrasound technician and I just wanna know after I get my diploma or certificate completing this course, Is this career easy to find a job or hard to find one around the United States?...
2 answers - Asked By: FiLiPiNa CHiK - 6/25/2007
I am going to school to become an ultrasound technician. Now I have been looking around and some websites say that I do not need to go to school for it, and that they can train me at a hospital. Is th...
3 answers - Asked By: - 3/26/2012
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