Allergist

By Jordan Horton

Job Description

Allergists work with a wide variety of patients who suffer from issues related to allergies, such as hay, fever, or asthma. They are specially trained to treat these issues and assist patients in dealing with them and what to do when they are encountered.

Education

Allergists/immunologists must complete 4 years of premedical education at a college or university, followed by at least 4 years of medical school resulting in a doctor of medicine (MD) or doctor of osteopathy (DO) degree. Premedical students complete undergraduate classes in biology, English, the humanities, mathematics, physics, social sciences, and inorganic and organic chemistry and person hold a 1-year certificate or 2-year associate's degree in medical technology or a related field.

Where can you receive education and Where to find a job ?

Kaplan University

ITT Technical Institute

University Of Phoenix


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Entry Pay and Pay Scale

$97,871


$99,025 - $264,222

Benefits

Allergist and other medical professions usually have Paid vacation and good health insurance

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