Six-Figure Jobs: Genetic Counselors Earn Up To $250K
November 10, 2014
With medical technology advancing at such a rapid pace, and the focus on healthcare stronger than ever, it's easy to see why people would need genetic counselors. Jennifer Hoskovec, President for the National Society of Genetic Counselors, sees the field growing for a number of reasons. Typically only used in pre-natal or pediatric settings, she believes the field will grow exponentially with the increased knowledge of genetics.
"I see genetics in general as being a sub specialty of every specialty of medicine," she told AOL Jobs.