Genetic counselor salaries are growing at an alarming rate.
But with the rise of genetic counselors comes a price tag.
A new study from Harvard Medical School found genetic counselors are paid about $2.1 million a year, or about $15,000 per person.
For some, that’s not a big number.
The average genetic counselor salaries can be as high as $50,000.
And with the growing demand, many counselors are cutting corners and turning to cheaper options.
Here are the top 5 most popular genetic counselors.1.
Karen Smith and colleagues at Harvard University analyzed genetic counselors salaries from the past 30 years.
They found that genetic counselors have seen their compensation increase by approximately 4 percent a year.
The median salary is now $68,000, which is a big increase over the past few years.
But the median compensation for genetic counselors in the study was $42,000 in 1990, according to the study.2.
For a genetic counselor, a large number of options for training and compensation come from the private sector.
Many genetic counselors go into training as genetic counselors, which usually involves at least three months of paid training.
Many companies offer genetic counselors a package that includes a $250,000 salary, a health insurance plan, an annual leave of up to six weeks, a stock bonus, and a 401(k) match.3.
There are many different types of genetic counseling, from behavioral genetics to genetic counseling in which you use your genes to improve the health of people.
But most genetic counselors take the genetic counseling route, said Jennifer Dixson, associate professor of health care policy at Harvard Medical Center and the study’s lead author.4.
The genetic counselor does not have to follow the same training requirements as a clinical geneticist.
She or he might have to go through a year of training to be licensed as a genetic counselors or to receive a genetic counseling credential.
However, the genetic counselor is still not required to follow standard medical guidelines for genetic counseling.
For example, genetic counselors can’t use the same medications and techniques used by clinical geneticists.5.
In addition to the money, genetic counseling can be a great way to give back.
Many people who are struggling with their genetic makeup are turned to genetic counselors because they believe they are helping them.
A survey by the Genetic Counseling and Research Foundation of more than 6,000 people revealed that almost two-thirds of those who participated said they were able to find work that supported their genetic counseling work.6.
It’s a lot to handle.
Genetic counselors are often required to be home-based and are not typically able to go to medical appointments or to work during the week.
Many counselors also struggle with being paid and are often treated like nurses.
If you are looking to save money and get involved in a genetic program, it is worth the time and effort, said Karen Smith, a genetic advisor at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston.