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Radiology Schools in Montana

Radiologic Tech's play an important role in the process of diagnosing illnesses and diseases. By using sophisticated equipment, they are able to capture images of the anatomical structures of the human body, which are used to determine where problems lie. This information is an indispensable tool for physicians and the quality of the images taken is very important in making correct determinations. If you are thinking of completing a radiology degree, you can request information directly from radiology schools in Montana. By requesting information from schools, you can get detailed information about online options, course work, degree types, and financial aid.

Radiology jobs are among the highest paying with as little as a two year degree, which makes it a smart option. Once you are able to step into the career, the opportunities for advancement are great with several lateral options such as becoming a CT Tech, Ultrasound operator, or a Mammography specialist. Get your career started in radiology by requesting information from these accredited schools below.

Radiology Salary in Montana

Radiology Job TitleAvg Salary in MT*
Radiologic Technologist $55,000
X-ray Technician $39,000
Ultrasound Technician $67,000
MRI Technician $62,000
Nuclear Medicine Tech $59,000
Radiologist (M.D.) $309,000

*Salary data from Indeed.com

Additional Montana Radiology Resources

Montana State Department of Health
301 South Park, 4th Floor
P.O. Box 200513
Helena, Montana 59620-0513
(406) 841-2385

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