What does a Neurologist do?

Neurologist Salaries

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Neurologist Career Path

Learn how to become a Neurologist, what skills and education you need to succeed, and what level of pay to expect at each step on your career path.

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Neurologist Insights

Read what Neurologist professionals have to say about their job experiences and view top companies for this career.
Classical Charter SchoolsClassical Charter Schools
Multiple Positions
13 Feb 2021

“the pay is good but unfortunately is what keeps unhappy people working here for longer than they want.”

American International Health AllianceAmerican International Health Alliance
Multiple Positions
21 Sep 2019

“We still found a way to work with respect and understanding of each others differences.”

Multiple Roles
29 Jul 2019

“There are some absolutely amazing people in this business driving financial growth and personal development.”

SeaTac Lighting & ControlsSeaTac Lighting & Controls
Multiple Positions
14 Nov 2020

“Owner can be rude or great to work with depending on current mood.”

Senior Neurophysiologist
12 Mar 2021

“One must be very intentional about career development and advancement.”

National Benefit ServicesNational Benefit Services
Multiple Positions
13 Nov 2019

“Most of the people I enjoyed working with have either left or been let go.”

Houston MethodistHouston Methodist
4 Nov 2021

“Dr. Britz is the best surgeon ever and boss too.”

Stop & ShopStop & Shop
Multiple Positions
13 Apr 2021

“Union Job so job security is amazing!”

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Frequently asked questions about the role and responsibilities of a neurologist

When working as a neurologist, the most common skills you will need to perform your job and for career success are EEG, Traditional, BRAIN Tumor, English and H1b.

The most similar professions to neurologist are:
  • Family Medicine Physician
  • Internal Medicine Physician
  • Surgeon
  • Physician

The most common qualifications to become a neurologist is a minimum of a Graduate Degree and an average of 0 - 1 of experience not including years spent in education and/or training.