X-Ray Technician Schools in Ohio | Radiology Schools

X-Ray Technician Schools in Ohio

There are radiology technician schools all over the United States, but a particularly lovely place to attend school to become an x-ray technician in Ohio. Ohio boasts dozens of state parks, which include campgrounds, getaway rentals, vacation cottages, creeks, and lakes.

Go on safari at The Wilds Conservation Center to view rare species roaming freely, such as rhinos, giraffes, zebras, and antelope. In a different section, you have the opportunity to see carnivores such as cheetahs. There are evening sunset safaris, overnight packages, birding stations, and butterfly habitats. Enjoy winter by taking advantage of the snow trails by going snowboarding. In the spring and summer you can enjoy Charles Mill Lake and go boating, fishing, camping, hiking, and hunting.

If you prefer the indoors, try the Battle Zone Paintball Park, or history buffs can learn about Native American culture, the Underground Railroad, and visit the largest military aviation museum. Artsy folks can enjoy the Toledo Museum of Art where visitors have the option to visit both indoor and outdoor galleries. The museum boasts artwork from Monet, Cezanne, Degas, Manet, Rembrandt, and Van Gogh.

Ohio X-Ray Technician Schools

Education is so much more than going to class. It is also the exposure to culture and the surrounding environment. Ohio is a fabulous place to get this exposure and attend x-ray technician school. According to 2012 reports from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the annual mean wage for a radiology technician in Ohio is $50,960, so you can enjoy living in a lovely state and earn a fabulous income.

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