Question by marklar: would it be less stressful, more stressful, or about the same to be a ultrasound technician than a nurse?
I am considering becoming an ultrasound technician/sonographer or a nurse. A nurse has more job demand, but a technician might be more enjoyable. I’m not sure which one I would like better. I would appreciate any information that would help me decide. Thank you!
would I be able to find a job in almost any location I wanted if I were a technician? or would that require even higher job demand, like being a nurse. I might like to live in or near Seattle, Washington.
Answer by medpsych1
It would be much more stressful to be a nurse. Their job demands much more from them and they see much more.
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Question by Natasha M: How does one become an ultrasound nurse and how long is the program?
I was wondering how you go about becoming an ultrasound nurse and perhaps how much the education costs(approximately). Also, how long do you have to go to school for it?
Answer by wesley’s
never heard of an ultrasound nurses. nurses or xray do them. Depends where you work and what type of ultrasounds.
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