X-Ray Technician Schools in Utah | Radiology Schools

X-Ray Technician Schools in Utah

If you want regular hours in a clean environment and a healthy salary, consider becoming an x-ray or radiologic technician. This field offers good prospects, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The BLS expects that the demand for x-ray and radiologic technicians will grow faster than the average demand for all jobs. Additionally, the BLS claims the best jobs are likely to go to applicants who can perform more than one radiologic procedure (such as computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, or mammography). You can find this specialized training at Utah x-ray technician schools.

Get the needed training from radiology technician schools in Utah. Utah's formal training programs in radiography can prepare you for licensing in the state, something that is required. Earn your certificate, associate's degree (the most common form of training for x-ray and radiologic technicians), or a bachelor's degree. Utah radiologic and x-ray technicians earn an annual mean wage of $46,200.

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X-Ray Technician Articles:

By Lisa Tortorello, Aug 04 '11
Employment opportunities for x-ray technicians are projected to increase from 2008 to 2018. The various specialties in the field of x-ray technology are growing at different rates.... ›› More
By Lisa Tortorello, Jul 29 '11
What is the process for an x-ray tech pursuing certification and/or registration? And what does it mean to potential employers and patients?... ›› More
By Lisa Tortorello, Jun 17 '11
Beginning January 1, 2015, the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists may not accept certification applications from x-ray technicians who do not hold an associate, bachelor's or graduate degree. Although certification is voluntary, many employers favor the credential, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.... ›› More