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## What is the highest paying radiography job?

7 highest-paying radiology jobs

- MRI technologist.
- Radiologic technologist.
- Cardiovascular technologist.
- Sonographer.
- Radiation therapist.
- Nuclear medicine technologist.
- Ultrasonographer.

## Is learning radiography hard?

Regardless of what program you decide to go to, one thing remains the same, X-RAY SCHOOL IS HARD! Ok, there will always be those who breeze through school, but for the rest of us becoming an x-ray tech will most likely be the hardest thing you will ever do.

**Which radiology tech specialty makes the most money?**

Top Careers in Medical Imaging

Specialty | Median Annual Salary | Job Growth Rate |
---|---|---|

Radiation Therapists | $82,790 | 9% |

Nuclear Medicine Technologist | $78,760 | 8% |

Diagnostic Medical Sonographer | $77,740 | 19% |

MRI/Radiologic Technologist | $61,980 | 9% |

**What kind of math is used in radiology?**

Ask students, What mathematics is involved in radiological imaging? (Sample answers will include: ratios and percentages, such as 15% of 70 kVp = 10,5 kVp*; number operations, such as multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction, such as 200 mA* x 0.083 second = 16.6 mAs; using complex equations and ratios, such …

### Should I study radiography?

Doctors need accurate radiography tests to ensure diseases are caught in time and patients receive the best treatment possible. Most patients undergo a diagnostic assessment before getting treatment, so you’ll play an essential role in improving their health and wellbeing.

### How much do radiographers earn?

Radiographer – Pay by Experience Level An intermediate level Radiographer with 4-9 years of experience earns an average salary of R 33 000, while an experienced Radiographer with 10-20 years of experience makes on average R 39 000. Radiographers with more than 20 years of experience may earn more than R 40 000 monthly.

**How much does a radiographer earn per month?**

**What do radiologists learn?**

Radiologists are medical doctors that specialize in diagnosing and treating injuries and diseases using medical imaging (radiology) procedures (exams/tests) such as X-rays, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), nuclear medicine, positron emission tomography (PET) and ultrasound.

#### Is radiology a lot of math?

The study of radiography requires a high degree of mathematical knowledge. Radiography students are required to have three semesters of radiation science. Radiation science uses mathematics and science to teach how the atomic development of x-radiation occurs.