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After completing a physician assistant graduate program, what is the entry pay?

Looking ahead, my plan is to be a physician's assistant. How busy are their lives coming out of graduate school and entering the work force? How's the transition? Is starting a family challenging during this phase of life, or is it manageable? What is the entry pay just starting out? Does the pay raise? If so, by how much and how long?
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Christie’s Answer

Can answer these but I recommend going to Monster.com and doing some research. If a google search might help.

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Vickey’s Answer

Depends on the specialty. Cardiac surgery pays way more that working in a clinic. The ER is paid higher as well as general surgery. I'm guessing right now that an entry level position in general medicine, with no experience is probably 50 to 60 thousand. Just a guess.