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By Christine Castellano Education Advancement Salary Career Ladder Tests, License,
and Certification College Degrees Colleges High School
Subjects The Obstetrician's Work Necessary skills Working Conditions/
Work Environment Job Description
an Obstetrician Obstetricians provides care for women who are
planning a pregnancy and during pregnancy, labor,
first few weeks after childbirth. Obstetricians work in hospitals, clinics.
They may work long, irregular hours,
including evenings and weekends, and are
often required to be on call at all times. You must acquire these skills:
-female reproductive system -12 years of college: 4 years earning your bachelors, 4 years studying in medical school, and 4 years of residency to become an obstetrician.
-You can not obtain a degree from a two-year community college -Doctor of Medicine degree (M.D.)
-Medical College Admission Test
(MCAT) in order to gain entrance into medical school
-To earn a medical license, passing the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) is required. The entry-level pay of an obstetrician is between
$101,130 and $166,400.
An official obstetrician gains more or less than $200,000 per year, depending on what state you reside in.
New York- $152,605 Employment outlook is positive! After earning their bachelor's degree and graduating medical
school, the next step is residency. After they completed
their residency, he/she must get a license from the state. Then
they can are a official obstetrician. Living on campus: $31,700
Living off campus: $28,600 Outlook Fun Facts Obstetricians usually work more than 40 hours per week and they see the miracle of birth
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