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X-Ray Technician Schools in Delaware

Radiology technician schools in Delaware can train students for a great career in a great location. Delaware packs a lot of art and culture in its compact 1,982 square miles. Delaware is home to:

  • DuPont Theatre, which premieres Broadway shows
  • Delaware Museum of Natural History, with a Great Barrier Reef, butterfly garden, and life-sized dinosaurs
  • Riverfront Wilmington, with plenty of restaurants, shops, and museums
  • Wilmington Music School, a nationally accredited music school
  • Newark Symphony Orchestra

And this is just a start. Outdoor recreation, through numerous forests, rivers, and parks, can be found throughout Delaware. Popular outdoor recreation activities in Delaware include hiking, canoeing, fishing, golfing, biking, horse-riding, and boating. If you'd like to pursue your x-ray education in a small state with lots to offer, check out x-ray technician school in Delaware.

Delaware X-Ray Technician Schools

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) places annual mean salary for Delaware x-ray techs at $59,460. Of Delaware towns and regions, the BLS identifies the following as paying the highest mean annual salaries in the state:

  • Dover, DE - $63,010
  • Wilmington, DE-MD-NJ - $58,780
  • Sussex County, DE (nonmetropolitan area) - $58,740

If you're ready to learn the skills required to be an x-ray tech, including using radiological equipment and providing patient care, look into x-ray technician schools in Delaware.

Delaware X-Ray Technician Schools

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