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Acupuncture Salary Information

| August 6, 2012

When thinking of pursuing a career in acupuncture, there are many things that need to be considered. You would need information on where you can study, what you will be studying and also acupuncture salary information to help you to choose if this is the right path for you.

Due to the increasing popularity of alternative medicine, there is a growing demand for acupuncturists. Therefore getting into acupuncture could be a successful career move. You can also have the freedom of working for your self and set the number of hours you want to work. You could also work for a clinic. The possibilities are endless. You could specialize in veterinary acupuncture, pain relief, weight loss and a number of other specialties as well. The salary you can earn from acupuncture will be dependant on whether you have your own clinic or you work in a clinic.

With a degree in acupuncture from an accredited university, you can easily find work as an acupuncturist. There are always vacancies for acupuncturists so all you need to do is check the classifieds in a newspaper or check online for job openings.

An acupuncture salary usually ranges between $45,000 to $65,000 a year. As you gain more knowledge and experience, your salary will continue to rise. If you would like to have your own acupuncture clinic, your salary could be vary from $50 to $80 an hour but can increase as you gain experience.

To become a qualified acupuncturist, you will need to follow a relevant degree, which could take up to three years. There are many scholarships and grants available so do some research to find out if you are eligible for them.


Category: Acupuncture

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