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X-Ray Technician Schools in Pennsylvania

Attending one of the many x-ray technician schools in Pennsylvania is a wonderful opportunity to both get an education and live in a fabulous state. There are many activities — both indoor and outdoor — for residents of Pennsylvania. For the outdoor enthusiast, fishing, golfing, mounting biking, bird, and wildlife watching can all be done at state and national parks like the Poconos Mountains, and Lake Erie.

There are four state parks in Pennsylvania, including Laurel Ridge, Oil Creek, Morain, and Raccoon Caverns. Pennsylvania allows x-ray technician school students in this state to take advantage of extreme sports. These include hang gliding at Hynee State Park and Keystone Gliderport. Students can also go climbing at the Climbnasiusm in Mechanicsburg, or go extreme skating at the ESPN X-Games States Park, where there are 30,000 square feet of terrain.

How about freefalling at Kutztown Skydiving Center? Or if you enjoy hopping on the back of an ATV, then you can visit the Allegheny Forest. Winter sports such as snow shoeing and skiing can be enjoyed at Wapiti Woods, Sno Mountain, and Elk Mountain. Water activities include swimming, tubing, and kayaking at Pennsylvania Grand Canyon, Clarion River, and Ohiopyle State Park.

If you prefer more low-key entertainment, you can enjoy one of the many amusement parks such as Hershey Park, Dorney Park, Wildwater Park, or one of the state zoos.

Attending X-Ray Technician Schools in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania offers an abundance of pastimes and entertainment. After you complete your education at one of the x-ray technician schools in Pennsylvania, you’ll find that it is a lovely place to live. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the mean annual wage for a radiology technician is $51,030.

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