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Sadia Jiban

on 12 March 2013

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Transcript of Dermatologist

-School- To be a dermatologist, I'll need to go to college for 4 years to get my Bachelors Degree, then 4 years of medical school, and lastly 2-4 years of Dermatology residency. -The average salary for starting employees is $296,904.
-The work hours are 5 days a week, 40 to 50 hours a day.
-The benefits are high pay, rarely any emegencies, and it's the least busy medical career. I've decided to research on
dermatology. A dermatologist is
a skin doctor. =) -Why Would This Be a Good Career
Choice For Me?- Dermatology would be a good choice for me because I'm good at getting along with people, I have patience, I'm a good listener, and I like helping others. -College- If I had to choose a college right now, I'd choose Columbia University beacause it's a top university for dermatology. -Columbia University- -Columbia University is in New York, NY.
-The tuition is $12,245 per semester.
-The program length is more than 4 years (depending on whether you want to specialize or not)
-The type of degree earned will be a
Doctors Degree-Professional Practice.
-The pros of this school are that it's a top university and it has a really good dermatology program.
-The cons are the tuition is pricey and it's far from where I live. By Sadia Jiban Dermatologist -Wages and Benefits-
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