Cardiac Sonographer Reviews

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Based on 370 responses, the job of Cardiac Sonographer has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.15 out of 5. On average, Cardiac Sonographers are highly satisfied with their job.
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January 2019
"Gray and downtrod."
Cardiac Sonographer in Detroit:
Pros: nothing
Cons: dirty and crime
February 2019
"Extremely well managed company."
Cardiac Sonographer in Miami:
Pros: The environment does not get micro-managed
Cons: Pay
November 2015
"A wonderful experience with patient and coworkers."
Cardiac Sonographer:
Pros: Pleasant atmosphere.
Cons: Wage, underpaid.
April 2019
"Strongly Academic, striving for excellence, failing because of brittleness, self-congratulation."
Cardiac Sonographer in Boston:
Pros: academic
Cons: they do not appreciate excellence that came from outside their department.
June 2019
"Rewarding."
Cardiac Sonographer in Huntsville:
Pros: Helping others and my co workers
Cons: Not being compensated for my additional education and registries
July 2019
"The patients are appreciative."
Cardiac Sonographer in Spruce Pine:
Pros: I work independently but alone
Cons: It’s very difficult to get time off because there is no PRN person hired at this time.
August 2019
"I feel very competent in my field and I am able to provide my experience and knowledge effectively."
Cardiac Sonographer in Newberry:
Pros: I enjoy being an independent employee for the hospital
Cons: Travel and call