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Clinical Applications Specialists

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In 2017, CNNMoney/PayScale.com gave high letter grades to the career of clinical applications specialist in terms of personal job satisfaction ("B"), low stressĀ ("A"), and the chance to benefit society ("B"). This career will be an attractive option for those who like a constantly-changing work environment, frequent interaction with others, and the opportunity to teach others. Clinical applications specialists who are employed by software design firms and equipment manufacturers often travel to hospitals and other health care facilities to provide training. They may need to occasionally be available at night and on weekends to train those who work during these times. Women comprised nearly 63 percent of CASs in 2019, according to a survey by PayScale.com.

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