How many hours do an occupational therapy assistant work a week?
That would depend on the lawyer, the type of law he's practicingand his employer. I would doubt that any lawyer "only" works 40hours a week and some may work around the clock or 80 hours a week.But there's no set time frame that's standard for lawyers. Thereare way too many variables to give a preci…se answer. To get someidea of the amount of time an attorney spends at their profession,you would need to know what type of law is practiced, if they havetheir own practice, work for a firm, work for a state, federal orgovernment agency, corporate business, non-profit organization andso on and so on. My own week can be the average 40 hrs. or 60+hours, depending upon the case load and court schedules. A hard-working attorney puts in anywhere from 60-100 hours per weekdepending on the severity of the case. They work so long becausethe majority of their morning/afternoon is spent in court and/orreturning emails and phone calls. Their evenings are spent meetingwith clients, preparing paperwork, and researching. Being anattorney is a lucrative career but you pretty much have to devoteyour life to it. The working hours of lawyers in the US vary depending on the kindof work they are doing and their position in their law firm. Junior associates in large firms may work 15 or more hours per day.Senior partners may put in 6-8 hours, or more or less, depending onage, stamina , and interest. Lawyers working in single person firmsor small partnerships work as long as there is work. (MORE)
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nMy friend just got her first pharmacy job and earns 100k a year for 42 hours of work per week at the local Save-on.\n. \n(1) On February 28, 2009 at 00:34 am Goeurope  said:\n. \nThe hours that I pharmacist works are usually an "average" of 42 to 46 hours per week…. The money is good but the conditions are horrible in many retail settings. So bad that it is physically dangerous to both the pharmacist and the patients receiving prescriptions. I have been a pharmacist for 30 years. \n. \nI am currently working 14 hour days with no breaks and insufficient support. I am working for the largest chain of drug stores in the country. When a technician calls in sick, no one will help you cover the hours and you literally have no time to call around looking for help let alone eat or go to the bathroom. \n. \nVery often, 1 pharmacist and 1 technician has to cover a drop off window, a pickup window, a consultation window, a drive up window, 6 phone lines, fill prescriptions, ring them up and call dr's offices. \n. \nManagement refuses to give you more technician hours and they get away with this because labor laws don't cover pharmacists. We are in the same category as doctors and lawyers so labor laws do not apply to us. There is a huge shortage of pharmacists and the conditions are the main reason. I'm thankful that I have a job in this day but I am getting angina from th Most pharmacists work about 40 hours a week, but about 12 percent worked more than 50 hours per week in 2008. In addition, about 19 percent of pharmacists worked part-time. Many community and hospital pharmacies are open for extended hours, so pharmacists may be required to work nights, weekends, and holidays. Consultant pharmacists may travel to healthcare facilities to monitor patients' drug therapies. (MORE)
Answer . a nurse works anywhere between 8 to 10 hours a day 74 hours
A CEO may work 20 hours a week or 80. There is usually no setschedule for a CEO as they are the head of a company orcorporation.
Varies by institution. Some RN's work 3 12's, then have 2 days off - others work 4 10's then have 2 days off. RN's continually rotate days off in that manner - rarely will only but the topmost RN have every weekend off.. It all works out to at least 40 hours per week eventually.
So now you want to be a lawyer instead of a dentist? I recommend on focusing all of your energy into becoming a high school graduate--it will increase your chances of becoming a manager at the McDonald's that you will be spending the rest of your life at.
Just like most of the workers, the geologists usually work for 40hours a week and 8 hours from Monday to Friday. They may howeverwork for additional hours depending with the workload.
A typical dentist works from 7am-6pm with lunch breaks, so in 7 days (no lunch) is 77 hours. but with lunch, 70 hours. weekends off 55 hours, with lunch 50. so it depends on your practice, where you work, and when you work
On average a veterinarian in private practice in the United States can expect to work 50-65 hours per week.
The amount of hours a periodontist works will vary depending on theemployer and location. On average, the work about 40 to 50 hoursper week.
Typically, an audiologist works anywhere from 40-50 hours per week.They are considered to be full time. During residency, they canwork up to 100 hours a week.
A physicians assistant usually works 40-50 hours a week. They havethe potential to work overtime depending on the hours the practiceis open.
A herpetologist may work 40 hours or more. Another herpetologistmay work fewer than 40 hours. The number of hours worked depends onthe company, business, or school the scientist works for.
A vicar is the title given to a member of clergy in the Catholic orEpiscopal church. They are more common in England than in the US.They work various hours but on average around 52 hours per week.
Working hours and conditions vary greatly for lawyers depending on the area in which they work. Generally, a lawyer's job is considered a 9-5 job but most work more than that. There are horror stories of associates sleeping in the office, working 100 hour weeks etc. There are also lawyers that work …the midnight shift. In Philadelphia, for instance, arraignment courts are run during the night. They need a judge, a prosecutor and sometimes a defense attorney to run this court. From the US Bureau of Labor Statistics: Salaried lawyers usually have structured work schedules. Lawyers who are in private practice may work irregular hours while conducting research, conferring with clients, or preparing briefs during nonoffice hours. Lawyers often work long hours, and of those who regularly work full time, about half work 50 hours or more per week. They may face particularly heavy pressure when a case is being tried. Preparation for court includes keeping abreast of the latest laws and judicial decisions. Although legal work generally is not seasonal, the work of tax lawyers and other specialists may be an exception. Because lawyers in private practice often can determine their own workload and the point at which they will retire, many stay in practice well beyond the usual retirement age. http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos053.htm (MORE)
My father is an engineer and he usually leaves for work at 9am and comes home at around 7:30 pm. I'd say on average he works 9-10 hours a day 5 days a week. But that is just from my personal experience. I guess some work more and some work less.
Many physicians and surgeons work long, irregular hours. Over one-third of full-time physicians and surgeons worked 60 hours or more a week in 2006. Only 8 percent of all physicians and surgeons worked part-time, compared with 15 percent for all occupations. Physicians and surgeons must travel frequ…ently between office and hospital to care for their patients. While on call, a physician will deal with many patients' concerns over the phone and make emergency visits to hospitals or nursing homes. . For the source and more detailed information concerning this subject, click on the related links section (U.S. Department of Labor) indicated below. (MORE)
In general terms, poets both professional and amateur cannot beconfined in respect to the hours that they work each week. Numerousfactors establish the hours that poets can or must put into theirwriting, such as their skill-level, their financial situation, theseriousness of the work in question, or… their family- orlife-responsibilities -- and these factors will differ from poet topoet, often dramatically. (MORE)
The average salary for an occupational therapy assistant is $53,240as of 2012. The highest paid makes about $73,000 and the lowestpaid makes $32,970.
An occupational therapy assistant will make about $50,000 per yeardepending on experience and education level. This can increase withlocation as well.
In the United States, the average annual pay for an occupationaltherapy assistant is $59,000. The average annual pay for a speechtherapy assistant is $58,000.
Offically, 35-40 hours. In reality, much longer, due to grading, cleaning, etc. In California schools, for example, teachers are typically required to work 30 minutes before and after the school day, plus be available for certain additional duties (unpaid sports and activities on evenings and week…ends). The work week is estimated at 37.5 hours. A new teacher in a middle school can expect to work about 75 hours each week, or more. This includes teaching, meetings with staff, meetings with families, yard duty, lesson planning, classroom preparation, and grading. An experienced teacher in a high school, who might teach only one subject and has lesson plans that have been created over the years, and who has a couple of student teaching aides, might get away with working 'only' about 50 hours. (MORE)
You must go to a school that has an accredited occupational therapy assistant program. Before entering the program there are a number of prerequisites you must complete. Each school may be a little different so check with the school in which you plan to attend. If you attend a different school from …the one that the occupational therapy program is at, make sure the credits are acceptable before attending. (MORE)
usually for no-invasive the work from 7-6pm but invasive are on call all the time which means probably 80 hours a week.
Veterinary assistants are individuals who have received only informal on-the-job training in assisting veterinarians with their patient care. Because of this, veterinary assistants are considered to be working entry-level jobs and are often scheduled on an as-needed basis per week, with hours that c…an vary day to day and week to week. However, a reasonable average for veterinary assistants in full-time position would be 40 hours per week, plus the option of some overtime as staffing needs dictate. (MORE)
Very variable depending upon speciality and personal choice. Some surgeons work in 2 to 3 hospitals and carry out private work so the hours may be 56 hrs to 80 hours per week
168 hours available because, we know that we have 24 hours in each day and we know that a week is 7 days. Okay let's multiply 24 x 7 = 168. however a typical work day is 8 hours (not counting for lunch) and a typical work week is 5 days = 40 hours how many work hours is normal for you would depe…nd on your job. (MORE)
There is no rule-of-thumb on this. Cosmetologists are subject to the same labor laws as everyone in the US. Otherwise, it's up to the employer and the job. It could be 20 hours/week, 40 hours/week or 60 hours/week.
This depends on the area. I live in a metropolitan area, and the medics here normally work three 14 hour shifts, or four 11 hour shifts in a week. So they typically work 42-44 hours a week. In a more rural area, medics will work around three 24 hour shifts a week, totaling about 72 hours a week. I…n the two cases, the medics make the same annual amount, with rural medics making less per hour, but working more hours a week. This is because the call volume is higher in a metropolitan area, and the medic is spending more time with patients, and less time waiting for a call. In both cases, it is possible to pick up extra shifts as overtime, but the above is what medics are normally scheduled. (MORE)
There are hospitals that do hire occupational therapists. There are hospitals that do hire occupational therapists. There are hospitals that do hire occupational therapists. There are hospitals that do hire occupational therapists. There are hospitals that do hire occupational therapists. There… are hospitals that do hire occupational therapists. (MORE)
Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), the minimum age for employment in nonagricultural employment is 14.. 14 - 15 years, 16 hours (school weeks) 40 hours (non-school week). 17 - 17 years, 20 - 28 hours school weeks) 48 (non-school week). 18 years, no restrictions
That depends on the location, the project and the company a welder works for. It is safe to say that 40 hours a week is a good start.
Oh boy! How many hours does any profession work? You work as long as it takes to get your job done. In accounting firms, it's not uncommon for performance to be assessed based on the (a) quality of your work and (b) the amount of overtime you work. The more overtime worked, the better.! So typica…lly you would work say from 8:30am until 5pm, with an hour break for lunch (or around those times, depending on your workplace), so this is around ~ 7.5 hours a day. Lets do the maths: 7.5 * 5 = 37.5 hours/week. So you would typically work roughly a 40 hour week. It's not uncommon to skip lunch breaks, stay back late.. So you may well work more hours than this in a week, depending on the urgency of your work load! (MORE)
An average astronaut works 9 hours a day. In a week an astronaut works 63 hours. It also depends if you are more experienced or a beginner as an astronaut. If you are experienced you work that amount. But if you are a beginner than you might work less.
This will depend on the country in which you are working but is also dependant on the type of business you are employed by, regardless of local employment laws.
A dentists income is based off of how many patients he/she sees in a day. They can work 1 hour a week and not make squat, they can work 40 hours a week and make good - excellent money, depending on the treatment, how much you charge, what materials you use, what kind of staff you hire. If you decide… to not refer patients to specialists and learn to do endodontics and oral surgery with continued studies and education, you can earn even more. General dentists do pretty well even with refering patients out to specialist, though. (MORE)
Plumbers, pipelayers, pipefitters, and steamfitters often work more than 40 hours per week and can be on call for emergencies nights and weekends. Some pipelayers may need to travel to and from worksites.
A shift is usually 12-18 hours. It really depends on how many days and EMT works. Most that I know work about 5-6 days of out the week so at least 60 hours. It'd be less if you plan on going to school at the same time of course.
(in the US) it depends on your age and what state you live in. Answer See the link below for some general statistics:
There is always a way to advance in your education. First is the vision; A clearly articulated picture of the future you intend to create for yourself. Next, is finding the college or university that offers the program that will lead to that vision. If you need to take some prerequisite coursework, …then that is what you do. Still, you can do it. (MORE)
Typically this degree is an associate in applied science (AAS). The associates degree is designed as a two year program of study as a full-time student provided the student takes the degree as prescribed by the college, and provided the student does not require prerequisite coursework as a result of… basic skills testing. There are some programs of study that may take a bit longer depending on the number of credits required. Usually these are programs within the health related fields. In addition, for students who require developmental coursework as a result of basic skills testing, it would take longer. How much longer would depend on the extent of the developmental courses they are required to take. Evidently, those individuals who attend college on a part-time bases would also extend their time in school. How much longer would depend on the credit load carried each semester . Typically, an associates degree takes between 60 and 64 credits to complete depending on the specific school, program of study, and state mandates. (MORE)
depends on how fit you are id say a normal person 25 hours don't over work your you will be really sore and it will just be a pain
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics the estimated mean annual wage for occupational therapy assistants as of May 2008 is, $48,440. This would amount to $23.29 per hour.
I would say part time, school is more important than work. In this case however.
a coroner works all through the day. they can have part time jobs or a full time job. but also they are called on site. so depending how u want to work.
37.5 hours assuming 8 hour day a 10 minute paid break each 4 hour period close to midpoint of the 4 hours' half-hour unpaid lunch break each day and 5 days a week. So like if you punch in at 9 and out at 12:30 back in at 1 then go home at 5 you would be working a full-time week.
As muscle weakness progresses and affects posture, occupational therapy can provide assistive devices and strategies to maintain positioning and movement, such as specialized wheelchairs and reaching devices.
Answer 60 hours per week. Answer Biologists work in a wide variety of jobs; it would depend on the biologist's job and who employs the biologist. If a biologist works for an employer in a lab, they are more likely to work a standard 'work week'. If they work for a university, hospital, or govern…ment agency, they may work a standard work week plus there would be occasions for special projects or emergency situations. Some biologists work in the field getting samples, testing plants or animals. This may be for a special project or their main function. These biologists would work an irregular schedule and may work more hours than standard. Some biologists even work in very unusual positions, living on ships for ocean research or for organizations like Project HOPE. They may spend the majority of their careers traveling to many countries, tracking diseases or conditions all over the world. Biologists in these last groups don't really have 'hours per week' jobs, their job is their life. (MORE)
Well, dental assistance makes lots of money . they make 14 dollars an hour so if they worked for 9 o'clock to 4 o'clock they would make 160 dollars a day . that's almost 200 dollars a day !!!
A veterinary assistant is a position that has no set qualifications. This position can be part-time or full time depending on the hospital needs. Each state has set labor laws dictating maximum hours an individual is able to legally work at regular pay and how many breaks they are afforded in a give…n time frame. (MORE)