Emergency Medical Technician
* Emt, Ambulance Technician, Healthcare Provider, Ambulance Driver, Ambulance Orderly, Ambulance Attendant, Ambulance man, Paramedics.
* High school diploma is usually required to enter formal emergency medical technician. The nationally defined levels, Emt- Intermediate 1985 and Emt-Intermediate 1999, typically require 30 to 350 hours of training based on scope of practice.
* They usually go to see the emergency of others and try to save them or help heal their injuries. Whenever someone injured very bad they must be aircraft or airlifted to a hospital. Ex: If a person gets stabbed or shot up very bad the Emt’s are to move the person to the nearest place where a helicopter is able to land and transport the person to the nearest hospital.
* Earnings of EMTs and paramedics depend on the employment setting and geographic location of their jobs, as well as their training and experience. Median hourly wages of EMTs and paramedics were $14.10 in May 2008. The middle 50 percent earned between $11.13 and $18.28. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $9.08, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $23.77. Median hourly wages in the industries employing the largest numbers of EMTs and paramedics in May 2008 were $12.99 in other ambulatory healthcare services and $15.45 in local government.
* This job is not a suitable job for me because the way people react to the way people and the conditions the people are in after being I serious incidents.