Become An Ultrasound Technologist (Medical Sonographer)

Become An Ultrasound Technologist

Intrested in pursuing a career in one of the fastest growing fields in the health care industry? Ultrasound technologists (also called diagnostic medical sonographers) pursue their training at vocational schools that offer certificates and two-year associate degrees (Associate in Specialized Technology Degree, for example), or four-year colleges and universities, leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree in ultrasound technology. These schools teach students how to use sonography equipment on a patient’s body to better view any existing medical conditions that would otherwise require invasive surgery.

Ultrasound diagnostics play a leading role in the early detection of injury and diseases and is gaining in popularity. Consequently, career opportunities in this field are growing.

Current salaries for Ultrasound Technologists are in the range of $35,000 to $50,000 per annum. Enter your zip code to find schools offering ultrasound tech or sonography courses near you. You can get free info from any school.

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