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An X-ray technician, also known as a radiologic technologist, uses radiographic (X-ray) equipment, to prepare and create high-quality images of various parts of the body (bones, organs, tissues, and vessels) for the diagnosis and treatment of injuries and illness by a radiologist, physician, or other health care professional.

Radiologic Tech picture    Radiologic Tech image

X-ray Technician Schools and Radiology Schools

Because much of an X-ray technician's job requires operating powerful machinery, proper training is essential. X-ray technician training programs teach students both the theoretical and technical aspects of the job and prepare them for state licensing requirements.

Most formal radiography training programs, including those offered at the five radiology schools below, are accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology:

  • Canada College: This community college in the San Francisco Bay Area offers a radiologic technology program that gives students the skills to meet the needs of patients in the field.
  • Chaffey College: This community college in southern California provides an associate degree in radiologic technology, with concurrent training held at health facilities affiliated with the college.
  • Middlesex Community College: This college in Middletown, Connecticut offers an associate degree in radiologic technology that prepares students for entry-level employment in the field.
  • Midwestern State University: Located in Wichita Falls, Texas, this college offers an Associate of Applied Science in radiologic technology that prepares students for the national certification examination.
  • Southwestern Illinois College: The radiologic technology program offered by this college in Belleville, Illinois offers students both in-class and clinical experiences.

X-ray Technician Education Requirements

Formal training is required for this profession; radiologic schools range from one to four years (two year being the most common). Students can obtain training in a hospital and earn a certificate upon graduation, or in a technical school, college, or university where they would earn an associate's or bachelor's degree.

Typical radiology technician programs will include courses in:

  • Advanced Imaging Procedures
  • Clinical Radiography
  • Diagnostic Radiology
  • Human Anatomy and Structures
  • Human Physiology / Body Functions
  • Image Recording and Analysis
  • Imaging Techniques / Imaging Equipment
  • Medical Ethics
  • Medical Terminology
  • Patient Care
  • Patient Management
  • Radiation Safety and Protection

X-ray Technician Certification and Licensing

Training is not limited to the classroom. Clinical rotations are also a key part of the education process where students have the opportunity to hone their learned technical knowledge and apply patient care skills while they work closely with experienced Radiologic Technologists, nurses, and physicians in radiology departments.

It is of interest to note that a large number of employers look to hire certified radiographers, and as such, voluntary certifications are available through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). Eligibility for certification generally requires a technologist to graduate from an accredited training program and pass an examination. Recertification requires the completion of 24 hours of continuing education every two years.

X-Ray Technician Resources

Sources:

  1. The Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Radiologic and MRI Technologists, http://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/radiologic-technologists.htm
  2. Canada College, http://www.canadacollege.edu/radtech/index.php
  3. Chaffey College, http://www.chaffey.edu/healthsciences/radtec/index.shtml
  4. Middlesex Community College, http://mxcc.edu/degrees/radtech/
  5. Midwestern State University, http://mwsu.edu/academics/hs2/radsci/index
  6. Southwestern Illinois College, http://www.swic.edu/RT-FAQ/

Metro Areas Sorted by Total Employment for:
Radiologic Technologist

Listed below are metro areas sorted by the total number of people employed in Radiologic Technologist jobs , as of 2016

2016 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov; 2014-24 State Occupational Projections, Projections Central, projectionscentral.com

     
Metro Area (Alabama) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Birmingham 1170 $48,770
Hoover 1170 $48,770
Mobile 350 $45,790
Huntsville 290 $49,880
Montgomery 220 $37,780
Tuscaloosa 200 $46,070
Dothan 180 $41,760
Muscle Shoals 120 $38,270
Florence 120 $38,270
Gadsden 110 $44,030
Fairhope 100 $48,760
Daphne 100 $48,760
Foley 100 $48,760
Opelika 90 $45,940
Auburn 90 $45,940
Decatur 80 $46,780
Anniston 70 $41,290
Oxford 70 $41,290
Jacksonville 70 $41,290
     
Metro Area (Alaska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anchorage 200 $64,650
     
Metro Area (Arizona) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Mesa 2380 $64,660
Phoenix 2380 $64,660
Scottsdale 2380 $64,660
Tucson 570 $57,290
Kingman 130 $67,280
Lake Havasu City 130 $67,280
Flagstaff 110 $68,830
Yuma 70 $54,210
Sierra Vista 50 $58,520
Douglas 50 $58,520
Prescott -2222 $61,390
     
Metro Area (Arkansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Conway 740 $48,450
North Little Rock 740 $48,450
Little Rock 740 $48,450
Jonesboro 140 $43,170
Hot Springs 90 $45,090
Pine Bluff -2222 $44,260
     
Metro Area (California) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anaheim 5930 $69,440
Los Angeles 5930 $69,440
Long Beach 5930 $69,440
Hayward 2730 $96,910
San Francisco 2730 $96,910
Oakland 2730 $96,910
Riverside 1700 $69,560
Ontario 1700 $69,560
San Bernardino 1700 $69,560
Carlsbad 1430 $71,350
San Diego 1430 $71,350
Arden 1010 $91,930
Sacramento 1010 $91,930
Arcade 1010 $91,930
Roseville 1010 $91,930
San Jose 740 $99,220
Santa Clara 740 $99,220
Sunnyvale 740 $99,220
Oxnard 510 $59,460
Thousand Oaks 510 $59,460
Ventura 510 $59,460
Fresno 460 $73,680
Bakersfield 380 $66,480
Vallejo 370 $102,040
Fairfield 370 $102,040
Modesto 280 $81,430
Santa Rosa 260 $74,400
Santa Maria 240 $74,330
Santa Barbara 240 $74,330
Porterville 170 $77,650
Visalia 170 $77,650
Salinas 160 $80,260
Stockton 160 $90,010
Lodi 160 $90,010
Redding 140 $66,970
San Luis Obispo 120 $71,180
Arroyo Grande 120 $71,180
Paso Robles 120 $71,180
Chico 120 $82,520
Merced 100 $69,410
Watsonville 90 $84,480
Santa Cruz 90 $84,480
El Centro 60 $63,260
Yuba City 60 $68,670
Napa 60 $79,560
     
Metro Area (Colorado) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Aurora 1700 $63,790
Denver 1700 $63,790
Lakewood 1700 $63,790
Colorado Springs 340 $59,180
Fort Collins 280 $62,880
Boulder 240 $65,590
Pueblo 120 $58,540
Grand Junction 80 $58,340
Greeley 80 $63,340
     
Metro Area (Connecticut) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
East Hartford 660 $65,440
West Hartford 660 $65,440
Hartford 660 $65,440
New Haven 520 $65,900
Stamford 480 $64,930
Norwalk 480 $64,930
Bridgeport 480 $64,930
Waterbury 200 $59,500
Danbury 80 $64,240
     
Metro Area (Delaware) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dover -2222 $61,620
     
Metro Area (Florida) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Fort Lauderdale 3720 $54,280
West Palm Beach 3720 $54,280
Miami 3720 $54,280
Tampa 2220 $54,110
Clearwater 2220 $54,110
St. Petersburg 2220 $54,110
Orlando 1470 $50,360
Sanford 1470 $50,360
Kissimmee 1470 $50,360
Jacksonville 940 $53,230
Cape Coral 460 $58,330
Fort Myers 460 $58,330
Sarasota 460 $58,470
North Port 460 $58,470
Bradenton 460 $58,470
Ferry Pass 390 $52,680
Pensacola 390 $52,680
Brent 390 $52,680
Gainesville 360 $54,100
Ormond Beach 330 $48,620
Daytona Beach 330 $48,620
Deltona 330 $48,620
Melbourne 300 $54,970
Palm Bay 300 $54,970
Titusville 300 $54,970
Ocala 280 $49,570
Lakeland 280 $52,430
Winter Haven 280 $52,430
Port St. Lucie 200 $39,710
Immokalee 200 $57,870
Naples 200 $57,870
Marco Island 200 $57,870
Tallahassee 160 $47,240
Destin 140 $46,260
Fort Walton Beach 140 $46,260
Crestview 140 $46,260
Punta Gorda 130 $42,520
Sebastian 110 $51,590
Vero Beach 110 $51,590
The Villages 100 $48,150
Panama City 100 $48,690
Sebring 50 $53,730
Homosassa Springs -2222 $48,920
     
Metro Area (Georgia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sandy Springs 2300 $54,090
Atlanta 2300 $54,090
Roswell 2300 $54,090
Savannah 290 $47,410
Athens 180 $51,580
Clarke County 180 $51,580
Macon 160 $45,670
Rome 160 $50,800
Gainesville 140 $55,780
Warner Robins 100 $45,370
Valdosta 90 $41,360
Dalton 70 $49,410
Brunswick 70 $50,120
Hinesville 40 $51,720
Albany -2222 $45,330
     
Metro Area (Hawaii) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Urban Honolulu 510 $70,130
Lahaina 80 $64,840
Wailuku 80 $64,840
Kahului 80 $64,840
     
Metro Area (Idaho) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Boise City 440 $52,910
Coeur d'Alene 60 $49,000
Pocatello 60 $49,280
     
Metro Area (Illinois) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Rockford 300 $55,590
Peoria 260 $55,010
Springfield 240 $55,420
Carbondale 140 $53,860
Marion 140 $53,860
Bloomington 120 $50,280
Decatur 100 $62,150
Champaign 90 $55,830
Urbana 90 $55,830
Danville 60 $58,770
     
Metro Area (Indiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Indianapolis 1500 $58,770
Anderson 1500 $58,770
Carmel 1500 $58,770
Fort Wayne 370 $49,700
Terre Haute 150 $43,880
Elkhart 100 $55,020
Goshen 100 $55,020
Bloomington 90 $50,940
Lafayette 90 $53,010
West Lafayette 90 $53,010
La Porte 80 $49,580
Michigan City 80 $49,580
Muncie 80 $54,850
Kokomo 40 $52,510
     
Metro Area (Iowa) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Des Moines 570 $52,520
Des Moines 570 $52,520
Cedar Rapids 220 $43,160
Iowa City 200 $54,090
Dubuque 70 $55,740
Ames 60 $50,050
Cedar Falls -2222 $52,790
Waterloo -2222 $52,790
     
Metro Area (Kansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Wichita 390 $48,260
Topeka 170 $53,170
Lawrence 60 $47,970
Manhattan 60 $49,720
     
Metro Area (Kentucky) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lexington 600 $51,440
Fayette 600 $51,440
Bowling Green 120 $-2,222
Owensboro 110 $53,870
Fort Knox 40 $48,940
Elizabethtown 40 $48,940
     
Metro Area (Louisiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Metairie 580 $52,280
New Orleans 580 $52,280
Baton Rouge 480 $47,720
Shreveport 370 $43,050
Bossier City 370 $43,050
Lafayette 270 $44,720
Lake Charles 180 $44,130
Houma 150 $50,520
Thibodaux 150 $50,520
Alexandria 120 $47,680
Monroe 110 $51,160
Hammond 90 $47,260
     
Metro Area (Maine) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Portland 280 $59,100
South Portland 280 $59,100
Bangor 110 $56,680
Auburn 100 $56,840
Lewiston 100 $56,840
     
Metro Area (Maryland) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Towson 2220 $64,140
Columbia 2220 $64,140
Baltimore 2220 $64,140
     
Metro Area (Massachusetts) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Barnstable Town 100 $83,170
     
Metro Area (Michigan) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dearborn 3060 $53,230
Detroit 3060 $53,230
Warren 3060 $53,230
Wyoming 600 $49,310
Grand Rapids 600 $49,310
Ann Arbor 500 $58,350
Flint 270 $50,650
Saginaw 180 $47,760
Jackson 60 $55,690
Bay City 30 $53,970
Battle Creek -2222 $49,090
     
Metro Area (Minnesota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Rochester 640 $69,830
St. Cloud 370 $55,160
Mankato 50 $54,790
North Mankato 50 $54,790
     
Metro Area (Mississippi) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Jackson 540 $48,320
Pascagoula 260 $49,490
Biloxi 260 $49,490
Gulfport 260 $49,490
Hattiesburg -2222 $47,650
     
Metro Area (Missouri) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Springfield 340 $43,560
Columbia 180 $48,390
Joplin 120 $49,220
Jefferson City 50 $50,370
     
Metro Area (Montana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Billings 170 $50,660
Missoula 120 $54,250
Great Falls 80 $51,380
     
Metro Area (Nebraska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lincoln 260 $49,590
     
Metro Area (Nevada) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Paradise 990 $67,830
Henderson 990 $67,830
Las Vegas 990 $67,830
Reno 260 $67,090
     
Metro Area (New Hampshire) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Manchester 110 $62,680
     
Metro Area (New Jersey) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Hammonton 280 $60,350
Atlantic City 280 $60,350
Trenton 270 $68,060
Vineland 130 $65,220
Bridgeton 130 $65,220
Ocean City -2222 $65,610
     
Metro Area (New Mexico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Albuquerque 720 $58,920
Santa Fe 110 $57,890
Las Cruces -2222 $54,530
     
Metro Area (New York) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Rochester 880 $53,640
Niagara Falls 870 $57,880
Buffalo 870 $57,880
Cheektowaga 870 $57,880
Troy 660 $57,090
Albany 660 $57,090
Schenectady 660 $57,090
Syracuse 610 $56,610
Utica 190 $63,390
Rome 190 $63,390
Glens Falls 100 $53,590
Kingston 50 $76,580
Fort Drum 40 $57,190
Watertown 40 $57,190
Ithaca 40 $57,950
Elmira -2222 $61,390
Binghamton -2222 $65,170
     
Metro Area (North Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Raleigh 990 $63,480
Chapel Hill 760 $61,910
Durham 760 $61,910
Salem 650 $57,480
Winston 650 $57,480
High Point 510 $58,300
Greensboro 510 $58,300
Asheville 490 $49,100
Wilmington 310 $55,350
Fayetteville 260 $51,360
Morganton 260 $54,550
Hickory 260 $54,550
Lenoir 260 $54,550
Greenville 180 $51,720
Rocky Mount 90 $-1,111
Goldsboro 80 $47,260
New Bern 60 $47,810
Jacksonville 50 $50,740
     
Metro Area (North Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bismarck 150 $48,070
     
Metro Area (Ohio) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Cleveland 1830 $56,750
Elyria 1830 $56,750
Columbus 1470 $55,020
Toledo 630 $58,070
Dayton 620 $51,820
Akron 550 $53,220
Massillon 280 $47,990
Canton 280 $47,990
Lima 120 $53,580
Springfield 80 $47,620
     
Metro Area (Oklahoma) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Oklahoma City 990 $52,160
Tulsa 570 $51,100
Lawton 80 $48,350
     
Metro Area (Oregon) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Eugene 200 $67,040
Salem 170 $65,400
Medford 160 $58,650
Redmond 90 $65,100
Bend 90 $65,100
Corvallis 80 $68,600
Albany 50 $67,090
     
Metro Area (Pennsylvania) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Pittsburgh 2390 $48,160
Wilkes 460 $64,630
Scranton 460 $64,630
Barre 460 $64,630
Hazleton 460 $64,630
Carlisle 440 $50,220
Harrisburg 440 $50,220
Hanover 350 $54,680
York 350 $54,680
Lancaster 310 $54,790
Erie 260 $46,460
Altoona 130 $54,710
Chambersburg 80 $-2,222
Waynesboro 80 $-2,222
Johnstown 80 $46,850
Lebanon 80 $58,080
State College -2222 $55,770
Reading -2222 $59,650
Bloomsburg -2222 $65,010
Berwick -2222 $65,010
     
Metro Area (Puerto Rico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Carolina 1070 $25,330
Caguas 1070 $25,330
San Juan 1070 $25,330
Ponce 140 $20,240
Mayag�ez 100 $19,570
Aguadilla 80 $22,150
Isabela 80 $22,150
Arecibo 40 $22,660
San German 40 $23,110
     
Metro Area (South Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Columbia 740 $48,330
North Charleston 550 $57,930
Charleston 550 $57,930
Mauldin 450 $50,250
Anderson 450 $50,250
Greenville 450 $50,250
Spartanburg 380 $48,680
Florence 260 $53,040
Beaufort 200 $43,630
Bluffton 200 $43,630
Hilton Head Island 200 $43,630
Sumter 70 $46,430
     
Metro Area (South Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sioux Falls 370 $48,270
Rapid City 140 $50,620
     
Metro Area (Tennessee) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Murfreesboro 1360 $51,570
Franklin 1360 $51,570
Davidson 1360 $51,570
Nashville 1360 $51,570
Knoxville 680 $47,310
Johnson City 220 $48,760
Jackson 180 $44,510
Cleveland 90 $51,630
Morristown 40 $54,890
     
Metro Area (Texas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dallas 4550 $59,070
Fort Worth 4550 $59,070
Arlington 4550 $59,070
Houston 3800 $57,690
The Woodlands 3800 $57,690
Sugar Land 3800 $57,690
San Antonio 1500 $53,480
New Braunfels 1500 $53,480
Round Rock 940 $54,970
Austin 940 $54,970
Lubbock 400 $49,010
Mission 350 $40,400
Edinburg 350 $40,400
McAllen 350 $40,400
Temple 320 $54,680
Killeen 320 $54,680
El Paso 290 $48,320
Corpus Christi 290 $55,370
Tyler 250 $53,320
Port Arthur 230 $47,980
Beaumont 230 $47,980
Harlingen 160 $43,650
Brownsville 160 $43,650
Amarillo 140 $50,270
Wichita Falls 120 $49,050
Bryan 120 $52,430
College Station 120 $52,430
Waco 120 $55,320
Abilene 100 $50,490
Longview 100 $54,540
San Angelo 100 $56,110
Odessa 90 $56,770
Laredo 80 $54,380
Denison 60 $52,370
Sherman 60 $52,370
Midland 40 $53,160
     
Metro Area (Utah) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salt Lake City 720 $53,790
Orem 250 $55,220
Provo 250 $55,220
Ogden 230 $53,240
Clearfield 230 $53,240
St. George 80 $50,540
     
Metro Area (Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Richmond 900 $57,330
Roanoke 260 $53,100
Lynchburg 200 $39,200
Charlottesville 170 $52,220
Radford 90 $51,560
Blacksburg 90 $51,560
Christiansburg 90 $51,560
Harrisonburg 70 $44,850
     
Metro Area (Washington) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Tacoma 2160 $69,990
Seattle 2160 $69,990
Bellevue 2160 $69,990
Spokane 510 $66,010
Spokane Valley 510 $66,010
Yakima 200 $61,970
Olympia 140 $60,300
Tumwater 140 $60,300
Richland 130 $60,180
Kennewick 130 $60,180
Wenatchee 100 $63,040
Anacortes 90 $59,320
Mount Vernon 90 $59,320
Bremerton 80 $62,510
Silverdale 80 $62,510
Walla Walla 60 $61,650
Longview 60 $71,840
     
Metro Area (West Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Charleston 230 $48,200
Morgantown 170 $45,070
Beckley 130 $42,510
Vienna 80 $47,350
Parkersburg 80 $47,350
     
Metro Area (Wisconsin) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Allis 1300 $59,660
Waukesha 1300 $59,660
Milwaukee 1300 $59,660
Madison 480 $57,180
Eau Claire 240 $50,660
Wausau 200 $53,490
Green Bay 190 $55,550
Appleton 140 $55,540
Neenah 100 $59,380
Oshkosh 100 $59,380
Racine 90 $55,040
Sheboygan 90 $55,130
Janesville 80 $53,150
Beloit 80 $53,150
     
Metro Area (Wyoming) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Casper 80 $50,290
Cheyenne 70 $51,200

Career Stories (Job Profiles) for Radiologic Technologist

To find out more about building a career as Radiologic Tech, we spoke with professionals in the field across a variety of specialties. Learn about their experiences on the job, the steps they took to complete their education, and what it takes to excel in this industry. Click the link to see a story.

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Radiologic Technologist

Industries representing at least 1% of total jobs for the occupation.

2016 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov; 2014-24 State Occupational Projections, Projections Central, projectionscentral.com

Industry Jobs Percent Annual Median Salary
Hospital 128,060 61% $52,930
Medical Office 69,470 33% $50,300
Government 4,620 2% $52,530
Office Services And Staffing 2,570 1% $58,300
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