How many hours does an interventional radiologist work?

Answer Interventional radiologists saw an increase in work hours and salary as the number of procedures that they were able to perform increased with the refinement of radiological technology. As a result... Read More »

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How long does it take to become a diagnostic& interventional radiologist?

To become a diagnostic and vascular-interventional radiologist, a minimum of 14 years of training is typically necessary. Usually, radiologists first complete a four-year bachelor's degree followed... Read More »

How does interventional radiology work?

Interventional radiology evolved in the early 1960s from diagnostic angiography and the work of Dr. Charles Dotter, who prevented the amputation of an elderly woman's severely gangrenous foot by un... Read More »

How many hours are part time work hours in Arizona?

Neither Arizona nor the U.S. Department of Labor has an official definition of a part-time or full-time work week. Instead, the employer makes the distinction. In most cases, work weeks less than 3... Read More »

How many hours are part-time work hours in Arizona?

Arizona is subject to the federal Fair Labor Standards Act, which does not define hours necessary for full-time or part-time employment. The number of hours for a part-time position is at the discr... Read More »