The best neurology specialty varies widely depending on your specific interests.
Here are five residency types that are worth considering, according to a report published in The American Journal of Neurology.
The list was compiled from data from the American Neurological Association and the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine.
The data was obtained from the Medicare database, and it included data on the number of residency positions in each specialty.
The researchers also looked at the average salary for each specialty in the country.
They found that the top neurology positions in the U.S. were in the top 10% of all neurology occupations in the United States.
Neurology was also the most common neurology subspecialty.
The top five specialty positions are: neurology assistant; neurosurgical neurosurgery; neurology neurologist; neurologic neurosurgeon; neurologist neurosurgeons; and neurosurgeries and neurosurgically trained medical technicians.
Neurosurgical neurology was ranked second.
Neurological neurologists make up 15% of the profession.
Neurologist neurosurgeons were ranked third.
Neurologists make $56,000 to $75,000 annually.
The highest paid neurologists were neurosurgees and neuropathologists, who make more than $150,000.
The most common neurosurges and neurophysicians were neuropathists and neuropsychiatrists, who made more than a million dollars.
This article originally appeared on AP.