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opportunities for the graduate radiographer are many and varied.
Imaging technologists are needed to fill the demands of many medical
centers, clinics, doctor's offices and imaging centers. Various
shift assignments are available. The Bureau of labor Statistics
projects the demand for Radiologic Technologists to grow by 27% or
more between 2004 and 2014.
With experience and some additional preparation, the career of a radiographer can advance in several different directions.
Or a graduate may enter one of these one or two year programs in Radiologic Technology,
A 2004 survey by the American Society of Radiologic Technologists showed that wages averaged about $18 per hour for entry-level radiographers. With experience, additional education or supervisory responsibilities, wages can reach an average of $25 to $30 per hour.