Employment opportunities for EMTs exist with ambulance services, fire departments, hospital emergency departments and clinics as well as private industry.
The job rate is expected to continue to increase in the future due to population growth and urbanization. The American Medical Association reports that EMTs earn a national average annual salary range of $25,310 to $43,000. In the Four Corners area, EMTs can expect to earn from $29,000.
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These occupational titles are associated with this program of study:
29-2041.00 - Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics