According to a recent survey by The American Society of Radiologic Technologists, the national median salary for x-ray technicians exceeds $58,000 annually. I work in NYC and make 36/hr. The more you know i.e M.R.I , C.T and the more years you are a tech the more you make. Expect to make around 27/hr right out of school.
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.
it would depend. if your a perfessional you earn more than begginer. it also depends on what the cost they make amd on the company
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To become a X-ray technician, you need a 2 year Associate Degree or a 4 year Bachelor Degree. It is also preferred if you are professionally certified. You can find more detail information on this website http://www.ehow.com/how_2068941_become-xray-technician.html
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Yes, xray techicians courses are offered online. I have listed a couple of websites for you. www.xrayschools.com www.educationcenteronline.org/.../X-Ray-Technician-Training.html
You can work at a dental office or family clinic. There are several professions that require the help of an xray technician.
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A MRI technician is almost the same as an x-ray technician. Except a MRI technician is just more detailed. Like a doctor and a surgeon. They are almost the same except that you will specialize in a certain area rather than being an x-ray technician
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An xray technician certificate allows the bearer to be able to use the diagnostic equipment and take images of the body using the different types of xray equipment available.
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A course in radiology is going to most likely be required. However, in different states the requirements can vary.
This is a great site that not only gives you information but even allows you to take classes and/or course. http://www.educationcenteronline.org/Healthcare-Careers/X-Ray-Technician-Training.html
There are several courses that must be completed to become a certified xray technician. This will normally take abot 2 years to complete. It generally takes 2-4 years depending on prerequisites to become an Xray technician. For a 4 year programs, it averages to about 120 credit hours of classes.
Depends what state but avg here in California is $17/hour BUT you should work for an outsourcing agency that specializes in placing techs wherever they are needed for the day/week/month. These outfits charge the hospital as an independent service and pay you often more also, $25/hour and up.
I am a licensed xray tech in Thurston County, WA and I make $18.00 an hour. (I am not an RT which is the 2 year program. )
Schooling is required and there are three of them in Alberta Canada. They are Calgary City Centre , Calgary North , Edmonton City Centre
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almost 2 or $300 dollars