Overview of an Associates in Radiology
Radiology is the field of medical diagnostic imaging such as x-rays and ultrasounds and is one of the few medical technician occupations you can enter with only an associate degree in radiologic technology or a radiology associate degree. Radiologic technologists are employed by a wide range of facilities such as hospitals, urgent care clinics, and doctors' offices, where they provide a vital service to help medical professionals diagnose specific ailments by performing exmination procedures using radiology technology.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) the field of radiology is projected to grow at a 12% rate over the next decade, so there should be a stable and expanding job market when you graduate from your education in radiologic technology or a medical radiography program. Because radiology technology is constantly evolving, you should expect to continue your education periodically throughout your career as new innovations are developed.Read More
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