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Radiology Schools in Tennessee

Looking to attend radiology schools in Tennessee? As a radiologic technologist, you can play an integral part in health care by creating internal images of patients' bodies that are used by physicians to locate, diagnose and treat illnesses. School listings offer the chance to contact campus-based or online radiology schools in Tennessee. By requesting information directly from schools, you have an opportunity to ask important questions, for example, about the degree types offered and possible job placement programs. You can also find out about options for online studies and the availability of financial aid for qualified individuals.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics expects national employment for radiologic technologists to grow by up to 28 percent from 2010 to 2020 (BLS.gov, 2012). Additionally, nuclear medicine technologists are projected to see national employment growth of up to 19 percent (BLS.gov, 2012). Employment opportunities for diagnostic medical sonographers are likely to increase much faster than the average for all U.S. occupations, climbing by up to 44 percent nationally, fpr 2010 to 2020 (BLS.gov, 2012). Radiologists are medical doctors, included by the BLS in the general category of physicians and surgeons. The BLS predicts that physicians and surgeons could experience growth in employment opportunities of 24 percent, nationally, during the 2010 to 2020 period (BLS.gov, 2012).

Tennessee State Radiography Salaries

The following information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS.gov, 2012) may shed some light on potential career opportunities for graduates of radiology schools in Tennessee. Wages can vary depending on factors such as experience, education and location:

Radiology Careers in Tennessee

Annual Mean Wage in Tennessee (2011)

Radiologic Technologists

$48,930

Diagnostic Medical Sonographers

$55,750

Nuclear Medicine Technologists

$61,290

Radiation Therapists

$64,690

Physicians and Surgeons (Radiologists)

$220,680



Radiology Programs in Tennessee:

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