Duties and Responsibilities:
Ophthalmic technicians collect data and measurements to allow the correct diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases and problems. They work at hospitals, clinics, or for ophthalmologists in private practice.
$12,000 – $43,701
People interested in this career need a high school diploma or GED. Also they must complete two years of college (AA degree) prior to beginning ophthalmic training programs.
This career doesn’t interest me one bit. I don’t find the eye to be a very interesting topis to study. If I were to specialize on one specific part of the body for a career it would either be the brain, heart, or the muscles. But as of right now, the medical field isn’t what i want o go into right now, I am gaining interest in going into the business field.