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Sonographers use high-frequency sound waves to produce images of internal structures of the body for use in diagnosing and treating illnesses. Sonographers work with patients with various levels of illness and injury.
A person in this career:
Working conditions and physical demands:
Working in this career involves (physical activities):
Work hours and travel:
$48,809 to $60,944
Enjoys hands-on or manual activities
Good math and science skills
Enjoys helping people
Strong problem-solving and communication skills
Good computer skills
Use sound waves to produce images of the human body
Use computerized equipment to process images of the human body
Direct patient care
Public health departments