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Transcript of Neurology
Help people with brain disorders
Want to make a difference in the world
Earn a lot of money
Currently 13,690 neurologists in Michigan
Expected 12.1% increase by 2020
Neurologists often found in laboratories and hospitals
This is because neurologists have to research and diagnose brain disorders
According to careercruising.com, neurologists diagnose and treat injuries, disorders, and diseases of the nervous system
develop treatment plans for patients
May perform surgeries on the brain and nervous system
May research and perform experiments in laboratories
Work from 40 to 60 hours weekly
Usually "on-call" for emergencies
From 29-31 years old when starting
Workplace might be stressful, so neurologists need to be able to work under pressure
Neurologists should be analytical, logical, curious, decisive, and have good communication skills
Need to be analytical, logical, curious, decisive, and have good communication skills
have a high GPA and good scores on ACT, SAT, and MCAT
Four years of pre-medical study at the undergraduate level
Four years of advanced study at an accredited medical school
Up to eight years of residency or internship training
Licensing in whatever state(s) you wish to practice as a neurologist
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