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Hello all, 

Can anyone chime in on salary/compensation for IR PA. I am in Texas and about to interview for an IR position. I bring to the table 2.5 years of HemeOnc experience and 12 years (previous) of ultrasound tech experience. While it is not directly IR experience and I will require training, I feel that would be the case any time you change specialties. The company does offer profit sharing, but I have never experienced this so I don't actually know how that plays into it. 

Please send all the thoughts!

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I've been trained for bone marrow biopsies, but that the logistics of the office did not allow that to continue regularly. 

Nonetheless, a general ball-park number would be good to know. I am just hoping that their offer is not lower than what I make now as an outpatient hemeonc APP. 

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I'm not very familiar with IR pay but it may be close or a bit higher than what you're making. Have you checked the AAPA salary report? 

Some places will pay you for your years as a PA while others will pay for your specialty experience. 

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