Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is an imaging specialty within the field of radiologic technology, which also includes:
MRI technologists usually work a 40-hour week, sometimes including evening, weekend or on-call hours. Opportunities are also available for part-time and shift work, as well as flexible scheduling.
Technologists operate diagnostic machines in hospitals, medical centers, diagnostic imaging centers or physician’s offices. They must comply with safety regulations at all times, protecting themselves and their patients.
The job demands:
They may also:
According to America’s Career Infonet job statistics, Texas salaries are:
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MRI information sessions.