How much does an oncologist make?

Answer A new oncologist could start out making $56,000 per year while more experienced practitioners can earn in excess of $220,000 annually. Once an oncologist has more than a decade of experience, he m... Read More »

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How much money does an oncologist make?

An oncologist, a physician who has a specialty in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer, can earn a base salary of $260,000 per year, as of 2009. With more experience and depending on location, an ... Read More »

How long does it take to become a oncologist?

Medical oncologists (doctors that specialize in cancer treatment) typically begin their careers by earning a four-year bachelor's degree and then attending a four-year medical school program. Stude... Read More »

How much does a oncologist make in a year?

Oncologists with one to four years' experience earn a median annual salary of $102,556 to $244,793 as of May 2010, according to Oncologists with five to nine years of experience earn ... Read More »

How many years of schooling does an oncologist require?

Oncologists are physicians who diagnose and treat cancerous tumors. Training to become an oncologist involves four years of undergraduate school, four years of medical school, and three to eight ye... Read More »