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X-Ray Technician Schools in Indiana

Vrroom! Probably best known for the Indianapolis 500, Indiana has a lot more going for it than the view from the brickyard. Going to any of the accredited x-ray technician schools in Indiana can give you an experience that enhances your educational experience. Indianapolis is the state capital and biggest city, with a population of almost 800,000 people.

Home of the NFL's Indianapolis Colts and the NBA's Indianapolis Pacers, the Hoosier state offers a lot of team spirit with college teams like Indiana, Purdue, Notre Dame, Butler and others to add in the mix.

Weather in Indiana

 

Indiana weather is fairly consistent across the densely-populated state. The average temperature throughout the year is in the mid-fifties, Fahrenheit. This reflects a swing from usual winter frost between 17 and 35 degrees Fahrenheit -- with an occasional drop to below-zero, and average summer temperatures that range from 63 to 88 degrees.

Getting Around and What to See

Indianapolis is lauded as a very pedestrian-friendly city. As for the rest of the state, it's canoe-friendly. Riddled with rivers, Indiana has tremendous opportunities for canoeing, whitewater rafting, scenic hiking, ballooning, golfing, and winter snow skiing. Just about every outdoor activity is available to keep students busy during down time from one of Indiana's x-ray technician schools.

Indiana X-Ray Technicians After Graduation

Before you speed to the finish line and graduate, decide where you want to start your career. In Indiana, the mean annual salary for radiologic technologists and technicians is $50,630 according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The best place to start your career may be with a green flag at one of the radiology technician schools in Indiana.

Indiana X-Ray Technician Schools

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