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Biomedical Technician as a Career 1 Starting Salary Earnings vary widely in different institutions and localities and according to the level of experience training certification and type of work performed The shortage of entry-level technicians and increased competition from the fast-spending computer industry appears to have pushed starting salaries to a point where a young tech out of school has the potential to make as much as a BEMT with ten years of experience Most of the hospitals around this area are starting the new BEMTs out at around twenty six thousand a year Technicians in advanced positions can make from thirty to thirty-five thousand a year Benefits include paid holidays and vacations health insurance and pension plans The hours for this job is like any-other full-time jog its forty hours a week Monday through Friday Every other week you will be on call You have to wear a pager that week but you get paid two dollars an hour just for having it Thats like over two-hundred dollars a week 2 Number of Entry Level Jobs Once out of your college program and have your certificate as a BEMT you either work for a hospital or work for a company that makes a certain piece of equipment For an example of one of the many companies is Premiere I think their the biggest and most herd of of all the other companies You may have to travel with a big company but you will make more money like that If you want to work at a hospital which I plan to do then pick a hospital where you would like to work and do your internship their It would let you know if you could get on with that hospital 3 Projected Growth in the Area The BMET program is indeed growing at a prosperous rate It is a demanding job because equipment has to be fised when it is broken
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