Becoming a radiology professional in Washington begins with formal training in radiology through an accredited school before then applying for your certification license. Those who enter the field of radiology can opt to complete a certificate, associate or bachelor’s degree. Radiologic professionals play a vital function in the process of determining diseases and illness by taking images of the body with highly advanced technology. These images are then used by physicians to accurately diagnose problems.
There are many careers in the field of radiology. To learn about some of the common careers, check out the information below.
Below you can learn more about radiology careers, including salaries and how to pursue a career in the field. You will also learn more about radiology schools in Washington.
If you are beginning a radiologic technologist career in Washington, you may be wondering where to start. Below you can see a guide that gives instructions on how to get started.
Salaries range for each radiologic profession based on experience in the field and education. Below you can see common radiological professions and their related average salary.
|Career||Total Employment||Annual Mean Wage|
|Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians||860||60,380|
|Diagnostic Medical Sonographers||1,500||87,440|
|Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologists||790||85,820|
|Nuclear Medicine Technologists||380||90,460|