pediatrician by:Haleigh geheb

daily tasks include administering vaccinations, treating illnesses, performing wellness check-ups, making hospital rounds, checking test results, returning phone calls, and writing prescriptions.

the work schedule of an average pediatrician is around 50 hours a week and being on call after hours. they usually take 1/2 or 1 full day off during the week.

the salary of a pediatrician is usually $175,000
majority of pediatricians work in clinics of their own or in group practices. 17% work in hospitals.

issues pediatricians face are when children die, parental stress, inflicting pain, germs, and physical danger.

the benefits are high pay, flexible career options, vacation is 3-4 weeks per year, and maternity leave. their days off include; independence day, labor day, veterans day, thanksgiving, the Friday after thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas day, New Years Eve, New Years day, MLK birthday, and memorial day.

they help children and families by diagnosing, treating, offering preventative guidance on childhood illness, disease, and injuries.

education: an undergraduate degree, 4 years of medical school and, 3-7 year internship/residency.
work skills: Reading comprehension-medium, Active listening-high, writing-medium, speaking-medium, science-medium, critical thinking-high, active learning-medium, learning strategies-medium


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