X-Ray Technician Schools in Alabama | Radiology Schools

X-Ray Technician Schools in Alabama

Alabama offers sunny weather and comfortable living. If you are thinking about attending x-ray technicians schools in Alabama, first consider its climate and geography. Alabama can be divided into three regions:

  1. Lower Coastal Plain: Balmy climate near the Gulf of Mexico marks this flat terrain with tropical vegetation
  2. Northern Plateau: Less tropical and occasional winter snow, this areas is dotted with dense forests and rolling hills
  3. Black Belt & Upper Coastal Plain: Falling between the two extremes, this region is home to swamps and wetlands

The average annual temperature is around 65 degrees, though that increases to 90 degrees in the summer.

Explore life outside of radiology technician school in Alabama in cities like Birmingham, Montgomery (the capital), and Mobile. These areas offer restaurants and nightlife. Or, if you prefer to head outdoors, here are a few ideas:

  • Beaches: The Gulf Coast has something for everyone, from tanning to snorkeling, surfing to deep-sea diving.
  • Outdoor Fun: With numerous rivers, marshes, and wetlands dispersed throughout the state, and hiking or biking trails all over, Alabama is great for the active x-ray tech.
  • Golfing: Like a little competition outside of the x-ray world? Alabama is home to gorgeous courses for the avid golfer.

Salaries for X-Ray Technicians in Alabama

The annual mean wage for an x-ray technician in Alabama was $44,940, in 2012 according to BLS. Nurses and technicians are in high demand across the country, so if x-ray technician schools in Alabama are calling, pack your bathing suit and walking shoes, and enjoy!

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