Which medical field is the shortest to study and makes a lot of money?
- Casey YLv 76 months ago
Specialists make more money...but that means more study.
If there was an easy answer, that's the doctor everyone would become...
- julietLv 56 months ago
Why does this generation want quick, easy, and lazy money? You have to work for it.
- RICKLv 76 months ago
All that pay good money require 6 years or more of education
- edwardLv 76 months ago
More school=more money. That’s why BN’s make double what LPN’s do. We have the same job but BN’s get paid more. LPN’s can’t work triage and they can’t be CRN’s
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- Steve DLv 76 months ago
Depends on what you mean but "lots" of money. RNs can make $100,000 after a few years of experience and a specialty such as trauma, ER, surgical. Obviously, doctors make more but going into that field can mean up to 12 years of study (4 for a bachelors, 4 for a med degree and 3 - 4 for residency).
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- Jerry SLv 76 months ago
high paying fields in the medical field require a lot of education.
- JudyLv 76 months ago
generally areas that make more money take more study
- Diane ALv 76 months ago
Anything short in medicine isn’t going to make a lot of money. You pick a field based upon your aptitude, skills, and something you see doing for years.
- LiliLv 76 months ago
That's really not the best way to plan a career in medicine.
Most residencies are going to require a good 3 years of work. You're not really going to get away with less, not in a field that makes the practitioners a substantial amount of money.