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Ambulance Drivers and Attendants

Drive ambulances and help to transport sick or injured people.

Quick Facts

Wages:

Well below the statewide median
$13.25 / hour    Read more about wages

Outlook:

National Data
Growth rate:  11%    Read more about outlook

Education:

High School or less is typically required.

On the Job:

Typical Work Tasks
  • Provide first aid or rescue assistance in emergencies.
  • Drive passenger vehicles.
  • Clean vehicles or vehicle components.
  • Maintain professional knowledge or certifications.
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Job Title Examples:

Ambulance Attendant
Emergency Vehicle Operator
First Responder

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