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Texas Radiologic Technologist Careers

Getting Started In Radiology?

Radiology programs in Texas can be found in most major metropolitan areas. The Texas Career Development Resources Bureau recent study of emerging occupations found that radiology continues to be a high growth career field in Texas. Many new jobs will appear in Texas hospitals; however, even more growth will occur in medical offices, clinics, and diagnostic medical imaging centers.

Support yourself, and care for others.

Radiology salary in Texas is very similar to the national average. Radiologic Technologist salaries in Texas are an average of $56,000 per year. According to a survey conducted by Auntminnie.com, radiology workers reported average salary increases of 2% to 4% and average bonuses of $4,403 annually.

Employers range from physicians offices, hospitals, to large medical imaging centers and the salaries vary depending on the type of facility you work in. On average, medical imaging labs have the highest paying radiology salary in Texas, followed by hospitals and outpatient facilities.

"I knew I wanted to pursue a career in radiology because I was interested in being a part of the healing process and I was excited about using technology that could look inside the human body with such accuracy and precision."

- Janet Tomkins (RT)

 

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This list also includes online schools that accept students from Texas.
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