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Radiology Schools in Mississippi

Are you thinking of pursing a radiology degree in Mississippi? As a radiology professional, you will be working with state of the art equipment used to gather images of the inside of the human body. These images are a vital aspect of diagnosing and detecting illnesses. Below you can request information directly from schools offering radiology programs in Mississippi. By requesting information, you will have the opportunity to get the details of the programs offered to be sure that they are aligned with your career goals.

The state of Mississippi is showing trends of strong job growth for radiology professionals. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs for Radiologic Technologists are expected to grow by 19% through 2016. In related positions such as Diagnostic Medical Sonographer, jobs are expected to grow by 24%, and 20% for Nuclear Medicine Tech's. This is good news and abundant job openings for students graduating from radiology schools in the next several years.

Radiology Salary in Mississippi

Radiology Job TitleAvg Salary in MS*
Radiologic Technologist $61,000
X-ray Technician $51,000
Ultrasound Technician $74,000
MRI Technician $81,000
Nuclear Medicine Tech $77,000
Radiologist (M.D.) $335,000

*Salary data from Indeed.com

Additional Mississippi Radiology Resources

Mississippi State Department of Health
Professional Licensure-RADTECH
P.O. Box 1700
Jackson, Mississippi 39215-1700
(601) 576-7260

Radiology Programs in Mississippi:

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