Pathology Physician Assistants apply their analytical skills and knowledge to help ferret out the cause of diseases and even death. Whether you got into this line of work because you enjoy being part of the team to solve mysteries, you want to use your skills to help support accurate diagnoses and treatment, or you just like science and it seemed like a solid job choice, you might want to consider taking on travel Pathology Physician Assistant jobs.
Allied travel professionals can earn as much or more than those in traditional positions, plus you get the benefit of living in a new place. Adventure on the weekend, try new foods, or visit attractions you've only ever seen online. When you work as a travel Pathology Physician Assistant with Club Staffing, limits you always thought were on your career can melt away under the guidance of experienced recruiters.
How Much do Pathology Physician Assistants Make?
Pathology Physician Assistant salary figures range widely depending on where you choose to work, how much experience you have, and other factors. PayScale.com pegs the average salary for this type of job in the United States at around $84,000 annually, though it notes that the range can be $64,000 to $101,000.
But in some cases, travel Pathology Physician Assistants can make even more than coworkers in more traditional permanent positions. Pathology assistants that travel through Club Staffing can make events more, which doesn't even include the value of your benefits.
Because yes, you do get benefits options when you work via Club Staffing! Our comprehensive benefits packages include options such as medical, vision, and dental coverage, 401(k) retirement plans, life insurance, and housing stipends (or access to free housing when on assignment).
Travel Pathology Physician Assistants Can Work in Many Settings:
Pathology Physician's Assistants can find work where pathology is necessary. That can include hospitals, private path labs, medical teaching facilities, forensic laboratories, and even morgues.
Disclaimer: Job wages are based on average rates and may be impacted by facility budgets and seasonality and may include a combination of taxable and non-taxable earnings and reimbursements.
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