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Echocardiographer Schools

Start your career as an echocardiographer by learning EKG technologies. These health technology professionals perform EKGs as part of patientsí regular checkups, and they may also assist cardiac arrest teams during emergency procedures. Most echocardiographers have completed an associate degree program and earned professional certification. And some states require EKG technicians to be licensed. In this fast-growing career, you can make close to $50,000/yr.