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Have you ever broken a bone or had an ultrasound? If so, chances are a radiologic technologist helped you. Radiologic technologists are healthcare professionals who perform diagnostic imaging procedures like X-rays, MRI and CT scans. However, their job doesn’t end after they take the images needed. Radiologic techs also ensure patients are safe during procedures and assist physicians with creating treatment plans for patients.
Some of the radiologic technologist duties include:
The process of becoming a radiologic technologist can vary by state. An associate or bachelor's degree is the most common requirement. However, some states require licensing for technicians through formal training.
The salary of a radiologic technologist can be promising as technologists can expect their pay to be more than the national average for all occupations. Additionally, the job availability expectation for radiologic technologists is an increase up to 9% through 2030, which is higher than the national average for all occupations. With medical conditions that require imaging continuing to increase every day, this profession is in high demand, and the radiologic technologist job outlook can be rewarding.