A radiologic technologist performs diagnostic imaging examinations using x-ray or more advanced techniques, such as MRI, CT, radiation therapy and nuclear medicine. The RT provides direct patient care and is responsible for ensuring that a quality diagnostic image is produced. An RT may work in the hospital, in a doctor's office, outpatient center or imaging center.
|2015 Median Pay||$56,670 - $67,720 per year|
|Number of Jobs 2014 - 2024||up to 54,400|
* Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook
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