Radiology workers play a significant role in the health care industry. Typically, they capture images using sophisticated equipment to detect and diagnose diseases and illnesses. The following jobs may be found in hospitals, outpatient centers, diagnostic imaging centers, and doctor’s offices:
Below is list of a few schools that offer at least one radiology-related or radiology program in Nebraska, according to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). Request information directly from the schools, making sure to find out about course offerings, when classes start, online classes, financial aid options and more.
To become a radiologic technologist in Nebraska, you’ll likely need some post secondary education, as well as a state license. Here’s how to become a radiologic technologist in Nebraska:
It could possibly help to get in touch with someone who currently works in radiology for firsthand feedback about the career in the state.
Careers in radiology are diverse, and as you might expect, wages for radiology jobs can vary from state to state. Here are some figures showing what salary radiology workers might expect in Nebraska, according to the BLS:
|Career||Total Employment||Annual Mean Wage|
|Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians||490||49,810|
|Diagnostic Medical Sonographers||530||63,170|
|Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologists||150||66,400|
|Nuclear Medicine Technologists||130||70,160|