Immunology

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Basic Information

  • Work 40 hours in a week
  • The Wisconsin salaries range from $185,240 to $166,400+ per year
  • take 50 hours of continuing education annually to keep their licenses.
  • work in comfortable offices
  • Majority of people admitted into medical schools have an undergraduate degree in pre-medicine studies or
  • Some might have a degree in one of the life sciences
  • The national salaries range from $122,910 to $166,400+ per year
  • graduate from medical school after completing four years of study.
  • Majority of people admitted into medical schools have an undergraduate degree in pre-medicine studies or one of the life sciences.
  • may work as many as 60 hours a week due to night and weekend on-call responsibilities.

Pros and Cons Of The Job


  • pro: Those in the medical field can earn good salaries ($190,000 approximate average annual salary)*
  • Pro: High expected job growth between 2012-2022
  • Pro: A variety of work settings (hospitals, universities, laboratories, etc.)
  • Con: over eight years of schooling and training
  • Con: Getting into medical school is very competitive
  • Con: exposure to blood and other bodily fluids
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What you need to succeed!

Helpful high school courses


  • Anatomy
  • Physiology
  • Chemistry
  • Foreign Language (minimum of two years)
  • Statistics and Probability


  • Collage classes to take:
  • * Advanced Biology courses
    * Biology
    * Chemistry
    * English Composition
    * Pre-Calculus
    * Probability and Statistics

What collages can you attend?

You can attend Cardinal Stritch


  • 3 pros of this collage:
  • its a private school so it has better facilities
  • offers Financial aid so if you don't have as much money as other students you can still Beth the same education
  • offers many athletics for both men and women

3 cons:

  • costs $26,890
  • there is not much ethnicity so that makes it awkward for people like me
  • con is that its fee is $700



Cardinal Stritch University

6801 North Yates Road

Milwaukee, WI 53217-3985

You can also attend: University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire


3 pros of this collage:



Pro: fee is only $300

Pro: different options in sports

Pro: many career services offered



3 cons:

Con: only offers a bachelor degree

Con: Tuition is $36,214

Con: cost of books are $750


University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire

PO Box 4004

Eau Claire, WI 54702-4004

Hawaii Pacific University

Hawaii`i Pacific University
1164 Bishop Street
Honolulu, HI 96813

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Helping people, people with serious medical conditions, identify and treat diseases and disorders with high tech medical equipment. Our field of job saves lives, our work is to do current research and learn about new drugs, medical equipment, and treatment procedures. We work in offices and work more than 40 hours a week. You may work as many as 60 hours a week due to night and weekend on-calls. You must take 50 hours of continuing education annually to keep your licenses, and complete a bachelor's degree program. Our demands is that employment is affected by the general health of the population, technological changes the structure. salaries range from $185,240 to $166,400+ per year (Wisconsin) If you can meet al of these demands, come on in and help make a difference in the world.

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Sources


"Pros and Cons of an Immunologist Career." N.p., n.d. Web.

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Immunologists Careers. Digital image. N.p., n.d. Web.

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Bioscience Careers. Digital image. N.p., n.d. Web.

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associations/Professional organization for this career  

American Medical Association

AMA Plaza

330 N. Wabash Ave.

Chicago, IL 60611-5885

(800) 621-8335


The American Association Of Immunologists

General Inquiries

(301) 634-7399

meetings@aai.org