Currently, there is a great need for Radiographers in the community and nation-wide. Graduates may work in the areas of radiography, and with additional experience can move into other imaging modalities such as bone densitometry, cardiovascular-interventional technology, computed tomography, mammography, or magnetic resonance imaging.
Radiographers are needed to fill positions in many hospitals and clinics providing patient services around the clock. Although most technologists are employed on a full-time basis, there are many part-time job opportunities available in the radiologic field. The Radiologic Technology programs at Owens Community College provide students with the skills to successfully qualify for positions in:
Entry-level graduates, working full-time, can expect to earn $34,000 - $36,000 per year. Additional compensation can be earned if the technologist is scheduled to work weekends or shifts other than days.