( Question For Sonographers only ) Is it better to study as a general Diagnostic Medical Sonographer or to have a specialty ? ?
I am thinking about attending school to become a Sonographer . I was wondering would it be better to have a specialty like cardiovascular, nuero , pediatrics , and so on . Is it easier to get hired when you have the general DMS degree so that you are able to be flexible with your skill ? What is the best route to take ? Does specializing put you in a box when starting out at entry level after graduating ?
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