X-Ray Technician Schools in North Carolina

Those who want to start a potentially lucrative career that requires two years of education, consider attending radiology technician schools in North Carolina. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the 2009 mean annual salary for x-ray technicians in North Carolina was $52,650. The North Carolina regions that paid the highest mean salaries to x-ray techs in 2009 were:

  • Durham: $62,950
  • Virginia Beach-Norfolk-Newport News, VA-NC: $55,380
  • Charlotte-Gastonia-Concord, NC-SC: $54,890
  • Winston-Salem: $54,280

After graduation, students at North Carolina x-ray technician schools should face excellent job prospects: the BLS anticipates a 17 percent increase in x-ray tech jobs between 2008 and 2018.

Attending X-Ray Technician Schools in North Carolina

North Carolina is a great place to study. With its blend of quaint southern charm and thriving college towns and cities, North Carolina offers ambiance and plenty of things to do. There are also over 300 miles of beaches and the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains. North Carolina's largely mild climate allows for year-round festivals, including the PirateFest, North Carolina Pickle Festival, and many arts, music, and BBQ festivals.

X-ray technician schools in North Carolina and across the country typically take between 21 and 24 months to complete, allowing x-ray tech students to jump into a new career quickly. Whether students want to live by the ocean or in the mountains, in a city or in a small town, North Carolina x-ray technician schools offer excellent training for a great career.

North Carolina X-Ray Technician Schools

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