- Radiographers work on staffs of hospitals and clinics, in mobile imaging units, and physicians’ offices, registries, and traveling registries.
- With the onset of an aging population combine with a projected increase in the number of imaging centers, the demand for radiographers will experience rapid growth in the years to come.
- Further achievement in the profession offers opportunities in education, computer tomography, diagnostic medical sonography, nuclear medicine, magnetic resonance imaging, and commercial employment with major manufacturers.
- Because of the annual increase of radiologic procedures performed since the 1960’s, there is a need for more radiologic technologist.
- In recent years, radiologic technologist have seen their opportunities and earning power increase as the number of vacancies have outnumbered the amount of available candidates.
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