From 43,000 to over 90,000, depending on the dept of sonography and location of employment...
anywhere from $44,000 to $100,000 depending on the type of sonography
Yes. Becoming an ultra sound technician does require an education. You will need to earn a certificate or a degree in an accredited ultrasound technician program. Vocational schools offer basic certificates, two-year colleges offer Associate degrees, and four-year schools offer Bachelor degrees. You can find information on specific ultrasound technician programs at http://www.ultrasoundtechnicians.com.
How much money a validation technician can earn depends on their experience, qualifications and the location. A validation technician earns on average 92,680 US dollars per year.
At radiology technician schools you can earn various associate and bachelors degree. It will depend on the school you chose to exactly what degree you can earn. You can earn degrees to perform ultra sounds, xrays, or read xray reports.
£18000 + Bonus
65,000 dollars a year
250,00000 a hour!
about 60 to 75K in California
2$ an hour
The median expected salary for a typical Electrocardiogram Technician in the United States is $29,485.
In Utah, machine shop about 54,000
DEPENDS $25.00 an hr
A facility that offers a dialysis technician is a hospital as they teach you up like an apprenticeship does which in turn means you can earn money and also work very hard to earn money.
The average gas technician makes between $24,000 to $28,000. Those that work in the aircraft industry earn between $43,000 and $48,000.
The average salary of an electronics technician in South Africa is R163,520 per year. Those on the lower end earn about R70,000.
A crime scene technician gets paid about 37,000 to about 42,000 per year.
Hemodialysis is performed by special trained nurses.
twenty dollars an hour
I am currently an Apheresis Tech and I make $15.29 an hour