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James in Tontitown, Arkansas

86 months ago

Some states now offer a limited license for x-ray tech's. What can you do with this and who will hire you? Also what is this position called at most hospitals. Any help on this would be great.

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Katy in San Antonio, Texas

86 months ago

James in Tontitown, Arkansas said: Some states now offer a limited license for x-ray tech's. What can you do with this and who will hire you? Also what is this position called at most hospitals. Any help on this would be great.

Depending on the state, LMRT (Limited Medical Radiologic Technoligist) can only do limited things like JUST x rays, no CT or MRI. You will mostly be hired by doctor offices and clinics. I am an LMRT student and plan on going back to school to become a R.T. If i were you, i would go to R.T. school rather than LMRT. You make 5-6 dollars more starting off! Check first about your state.

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leo in West Babylon, New York

82 months ago

James in Tontitown, Arkansas said: Some states now offer a limited license for x-ray tech's. What can you do with this and who will hire you? Also what is this position called at most hospitals. Any help on this would be great.

x-ray tech has become a joke. the doctors dont care they are sweeting because of tellirad u know email x-rays plus the fx tech is gonna lead to them doing all x-rays technology is killing us go to school for something else while u can esa health suks anyway

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Lynn Bellus in Ahwahnee, California

82 months ago

leo in West Babylon, New York said: x-ray tech has become a joke. the doctors dont care they are sweeting because of tellirad u know email x-rays plus the fx tech is gonna lead to them doing all x-rays technology is killing us go to school for something else while u can esa health suks anyway

I can't believe you have a degree in ANYTHING with your lousy spelling and poor attitude...

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lindsey in San Antonio, Texas

80 months ago

Question: I am currently going to school for LMRT. Would I be able to go to school to become an RT after I finish because I am currently going through an 11mth program or does it have to be a university college?

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MAWUENA in Columbus, Ohio

80 months ago

i would like to know how long it takes to obtain an rt certification.and can you get it with a ged

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lindsey in San Antonio, Texas

80 months ago

MAWUENA in Columbus, Ohio said: i would like to know how long it takes to obtain an rt certification.and can you get it with a ged

I hear you have to complete your math and anatomy & physiology in order to get into an RT program. That's the way it is here in Texas but I'm not sure where you live.The program takes about a year and a half to two years depending on what school you attend. I am currently in the LMRT program and in order for me to get into the school I had to have a diploma but again you have to find out from the schools around where you live. If you complete those two subjects that are required with a GED the school will still accept you.

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Josie in Olmito, Texas

80 months ago

Katy in San Antonio, Texas said: Depending on the state, LMRT (Limited Medical Radiologic Technoligist) can only do limited things like JUST x rays, no CT or MRI. You will mostly be hired by doctor offices and clinics. I am an LMRT student and plan on going back to school to become a R.T. If i were you, i would go to R.T. school rather than LMRT. You make 5-6 dollars more starting off! Check first about your state.

Katy, I'm thinking about going to school for a LMRT program and I plan to move to San Antonio once my program is completed in about 11 months. What's the job outlook like over there? If you don't mind me asking, how much is your salary in San Antonio? Thank you.

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lindsey in San Antonio, Texas

80 months ago

The school is actually suppose to place you in a job.Even if you don't like the environment or starting pay they will keep looking. Ask your school to double check.

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Josie in Olmito, Texas

80 months ago

Diane Wood R.T.(R)(BD)ARRT in Sanderson, Florida said: Hi Josie,
The job market in San Antonio has not slowed down at all, infact the demand is greater than ever for LMRT's. If you do decide to attend an LMRT program there would be no shortage of positions available for you. I do a LMRT Exam Preparation Course in San Antonio, working with students trying to pass the State Exam. If you would like more information contact me direclty at our website wwww.courseproviders.net and we will see what we can do for you!
Good luck in your studies!
Diane Wood R.T.(R)(BD)ARRT
dwood@courseproviders.net

Thank you so much, Diane. I was a little hesitant because I wasn't sure about the job outlook but now I'm definitely looking more into the program.

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eric smith in Chicago, Illinois

80 months ago

I have a limited license because I let to much time past before I took my arrt certification because of an accident is there anywhere I cancer a job in Chicago with a limited license I have tried with no luck any help would be greatly appreciated by me and my children

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Diane Wood R.T.(R)(BD)ARRT in High Springs, Florida

80 months ago

eric smith in Chicago, Illinois said: I have a limited license because I let to much time past before I took my arrt certification because of an accident is there anywhere I cancer a job in Chicago with a limited license I have tried with no luck any help would be greatly appreciated by me and my children

Hi Eric,
In Illnois they do recognise the Limited Radiology Licensure. First, have you registered for a license with the State? Here is a link to their website with more information iema.illinois.gov/radiation/radtech/radtechlogin.asp
Even if you were licensed in another state that license must be transferred to your current state your residing in.

If you would like to contact me direclty email at dwood@courseproviders.net

Best Regards,
Diane Wood R.T.(R)(BD)ARRT

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Diane Wood R.T.(R)(BD)ARRT in High Springs, Florida

80 months ago

MAWUENA in Columbus, Ohio said: i would like to know how long it takes to obtain an rt certification.and can you get it with a ged

You can get an R.T. License with a GED it usually takes about 2 1/2-4 years depending on your program and collge you attend. Where are you located?

Diane Wood R.T.(R)(BD)ARRT
dwood@courseproviders.net

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Josie in Olmito, Texas

80 months ago

I had a question. Ultimately, I want to become a Diagnostic Ultrasound Technician / Sonographer. Is there a way or a program where a LMRT can become one?

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Diane Wood R.T.(R)(BD)ARRT in High Springs, Florida

79 months ago

Hi Josie,
Unfortunately the Limited Radiology Program is specific to Radiology Courses and are a different modality than the Ultrasound program. Taking classes in Radiology won't get you any closer to being a Sonographer, there two seperate programs of study.

Good luck in your studies!

Diane Wood R.T.(R)(BD)ARRT
dwood@courseproviders.net

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sobia in Fort Worth, Texas

79 months ago

hI i have done LMRT since last yr i need to give my board exam i live in dallas do u knw anyone who prep for the board in dallas i will really appreciate i tired to study on my own and gave the exam but the exam is really diffrent then wht they taught me at my school

Diane Wood R.T.(R)(BD)ARRT in Sanderson, Florida said: Hi Josie,
The job market in San Antonio has not slowed down at all, infact the demand is greater than ever for LMRT's. If you do decide to attend an LMRT program there would be no shortage of positions available for you. I do a LMRT Exam

Preparation Course in San Antonio, working with students trying to pass the State Exam. If you would like more information contact me direclty at our website wwww.courseproviders.net and we will see what we can do for you!
Good luck in your studies!
Diane Wood R.T.(R)(BD)ARRT
dwood@courseproviders.net

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laura in Humble, Texas

79 months ago

Brandon in Round Rock, Texas said: hi i am planning on going to school for lmrt in austin texas. but im worred that i will not be able to find a job when i finish. i feel that the school is not telling me every thing. can anyone give me some positive advice?

your right brandon ,if ypu do find a job the pay is only 11-14 per hour

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Nicole in Port Charlotte, Florida

79 months ago

I'm getting ready to complete my Xray Medical Tech. With Limited scope. I have been attending a private college in my area. The program gives you an Occupational associates degree as a Certified Medical Assistant along with a license/cert. in Limited scope. The program is 14mo. long. I'm currently working for an Imaging center where I'm also doing my internship.What type of pay should I ask for upon completion of my state boards in April?

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Diane Wood R.T.(R)(BD)ARRT in High Springs, Florida

79 months ago

What State are you in?

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Diane Wood R.T.(R)(BD)ARRT in High Springs, Florida

79 months ago

Brandon in Round Rock, Texas said: hi i was told that if you become an lmrt and get state certified, you should start at 16 to 19 per hr. is that false?

On the high end the pay scale is usually between $14-$16 per hour depending on your location and availablity in the area.

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Brandon in Round Rock, Texas

79 months ago

hi im in austin texas

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Katy in San Antonio, Texas

79 months ago

Josie in Olmito, Texas said: Katy, I'm thinking about going to school for a LMRT program and I plan to move to San Antonio once my program is completed in about 11 months. What's the job outlook like over there? If you don't mind me asking, how much is your salary in San Antonio? Thank you.[/

there are not many jobs available for LMRTs in San Antonio at the moment. In austin there is a much more demand. The salary here differs from $10-17, depending on were you get in.

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Katy in San Antonio, Texas

79 months ago

Brandon in Round Rock, Texas said: hi i was told that if you become an lmrt and get state certified, you should start at 16 to 19 per hr. is that false?

that is false! in texas, especially austin, houston, and san antonio, the pay ranges from $10-17. i have only heard from TWO that made $16-17 in the whole school of graduates. If you get into a hospital though you are more likely to make more money.

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omar in Houston, Texas

79 months ago

I am thinking of going to school to become a x-ray tech, can anyone tell me how much an hour i would make if i complete the 2 year aas degree and work at a hospital doing ct and mri and things of that nature...and what will the certification do for me if i get that in like 9 months??

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Amber in Carmel, New York

78 months ago

I also failed to mention I have seen ads trying to hire tech for 12-14 dollars in chiropractors offices...obviously that's not the way to go. I am praying for 18-20 to start and if I can make it to $25 within a couple of years I will be happy. more money than I've ever made.

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Gaston in Corpus Christi, Texas

78 months ago

Josie in Olmito, Texas said: I had a question. Ultimately, I want to become a Diagnostic Ultrasound Technician / Sonographer. Is there a way or a program where a LMRT can become one?

Yes Del Mar College in Corpus Christi, TX allows a non medical person to apply for the sono program, it was only open to ARRT and RN's, now it is open to all.

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LUIS in Mcallen, Texas

78 months ago

Josie in Olmito, Texas said: Katy, I'm thinking about going to school for a LMRT program and I plan to move to San Antonio once my program is completed in about 11 months. What's the job outlook like over there? If you don't mind me asking, how much is your salary in San Antonio? Thank you.
I WOULD not reccomend LMRT SCHOOL--instead funnel your energy into an accredited university in RADIOLOGY TECHNOLGY--pay is much better, plus oppurtunities to grow are very limited for LMRT--

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LUIS in Mcallen, Texas

78 months ago

Amber in Carmel, New York said: Hi,

I just graduated my MA/Limited Scope X-Ray course in California and my school definitely BS'd me..saying the pay range is 18-22 an hr..which I have heard of people starting anywhere from 16 to 22 so I am also looking for people that do it and make good salaries. I don't really want to go to school for another 1 1/2 and 20,000 for a full license..due to the fact you deal with pretty heavy duty radiation, but yes I understand the draw is the supposed 35-40 an hr. you can make. So I am also looking for the best paying areas for limited techs..looks like maybe CA is in the lead so far. good luck everyone.

AGAIN as I have saying since the LMRT program took off--its a alright program but if you want to get ahead attend a credited university for Rdiology technology AND BECOME an ARRT instead--career advancements, pay, AND OPPORTUNITIES far exceed those of an LMRT--

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joe andrade in Lowell, Massachusetts

78 months ago

I reside in massachusetts i am thinking of going to school for limited scope x-ray course.Can anyone tell me about good schools in massachusetts, how long and also how much math is involved thanx.

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Hommy RT (R) in Olympia, Washington

78 months ago

Check this out...all of you who are looking to do limited scope X-ray...you are all wasting your money. If your freaking lazy and don't want to go to school join the Army and sign up as an X-ray tech. The course is only a year long and you can take the ARRT registry. I'm going to tell you something that Diane Wood R.T.(R)(BD)ARRT who is title happy is not going to tell you.

1. There is a Care Bill that is currently sitting in congress which states hat individuals, prior to performing or planning medical imaging and radiation therapy services,demonstrate compliance with the standards established under subsection (a) through successful completion of certification by a professional organization, licensure, completion of an examination, pertinent coursework or degree program, verified pertinent experience, or through other ways determined appropriate by the Secretary, or through some combination thereof.

That means that your Limited X-ray job will cease to exist.

2. The San Antonio area is saturated with X-ray Techs...Army's Medical Radiography Specialist Program, The Incarnate Word University and a couple of community college all have X-ray programs. Your pumping out over 40 techs every six months out of there! Do you want to compete with that???

3. How much money do you want to make...I don't know about you but 14/hr is what I make in 1/2 hour. Step it up go take your pre-requisites and get your freaking education.

4. Radiology is a very dynamic field...with all of the changing going to digital there is new equipment coming out all of the time do you really want to limit yourself on what type of equipment you can use.

5. If your smart enough to pass the state ARRT your smart enough to pass an ARRT registery...have confidence in yourself.

I'm not trying to be an ass here I just want you all to know the realness of the situation. Education is very important your registry is very important. Radiography is the trunk to Radiology. Hommy

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J in Paramus, New Jersey

78 months ago

damn right ^^^ the real truth is, the care bill is long over due and friends, honestly don't shorten yourself out by just going to limited schools who just want one thing, money. it doesn't help you in the long run or us in the field.

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anthony in Hanover Park, Illinois

78 months ago

hommy... did you go to the military for your x-ray tech education? I'm very intrested in the army and their x-ray tech program... but i'm a little worried about gettin a job after... does any1 know what and if any certifications you get from the military.. and is more schooling required afterwards? and what would it take upon completion of the military to do ultra sounds? and is there really a limit to advancement in this field? It seems to me that this field has an endless amount of growth and money... And one last question is this considered a male or female occupation?

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Hommy RT R in Olympia, Washington

78 months ago

Anthony, I did join the military to recieve my education as an X-Ray technician. The military is a fully accredited school by the ARRT they are the governing body for x-ray certification nationally. This is great because you get paid to go to school. Now X-ray and Ultrasound are two completley different jobs that have no relationship to each other is like comparing apples to carrots. So what I recommend is that job shadow at a local hospital. Check out X-ray, CT (Cat Scan), MRI, Nuclear Medicine, Ultrasound, find out what you like the most and talk to the techs that already have that job and find out the pro's and con's. Right now Ultrasound is booming they pay really good, however, it is usually a two or four year degree for that program. Do not do the limited scope radiology it is a waste of time. Let me know if you have anymore questions...if you would like to call me I'd be happy to give you advice.

Gregorio Rosado
hommyrosado@hotmail.com

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anthony in Schaumburg, Illinois

78 months ago

thanks a lot hommy... upon talking with my recruiter i think i'm just gunna go to the military for heavy eqpt operating because i can get a shorter enlistment... they want 6 years for x-ray tech... it just doesnt seem worth it to me because i can come out and go to school for it after the military... i'm doin the military for free school and steady work until our econn picks back up.. but if you know that i can get a 2-3 year enlistment for x-ray let me know cuz i'm sure you know how these guys lie their asses off!

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Ernest in Los Angeles, California

78 months ago

HEY IF ANY BODY HAS TAKEN THEIR STATE TEST AND PASSED OR DIDNT WHAT DO YOU ALL THINK SHOULD BE THE BEST WAY TO STUDY AND WHAT TO STUDY MORE OF, IM REAL NERVOUS I PLAN TO TAKE IT IN 1MONTH ANY ADVISE!!!!???????

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Hommy RT R in Olympia, Washington

78 months ago

bro do not go into the army for heavy equipment operating...that does not make sense anyway let me tell you something if your going to joing the army you can plan on being in for the min. of 8 years. Every that is getting in is being extended pass their contracts. With that job you are going to sign up for you will be doing most of assignment in Iraq for sure. So you are better off signing up for X-ray because then you will have your G-I Bill in addition to your training. If you want the best thing is to join the Army reserves so you can do six years the easy way and maybe only get deployed once. Let me know but think about that.

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sobia in Dallas, Texas

78 months ago

omar in Houston, Texas said: I am thinking of going to school to become a x-ray tech, can anyone tell me how much an hour i would make if i complete the 2 year aas degree and work at a hospital doing ct and mri and things of that nature...and what will the certification do for me if i get that in like 9 months??

hi omar u need to make sure wht kinda programme it is, if it a lmrt or dont do lmrt bc max pay is 15 an hr .

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rose in Morgan Hill, California

78 months ago

Wow, is the pay really that bad there in San Antonio? I live in Cali and In the future plan to move there. I'm currently taking prerequisites for the x-ray tech program here. I plan to be a Registered X-Ray Technician, if I move to San Antonio about how much will I be paid?

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NOT in Houston, Texas

77 months ago

Whether or not you believe radiology is great and these people are lazy. Why would you tell people to join the Military to get their education, heck the Gov't can't get the GI Bill straightened out for the guys to get their education for the 1st wave from 5 yrs ago. That is if they make it home alive or not insane or mamed. Be careful what you are advising people of as honorable as it may be!!!!!

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NOT in Houston, Texas

77 months ago

You are certainly right, for all of the people you are, so called advising, BEWARE! You are correct, it is honorable to serve your country, it is not so honarble though to seek out people to "advise" to join the military with the intentions to come out with the same knowlegde and understanding as maybe you have. That is if you do. If you are going to "give advice" tell all, the good, the bad, & the ugly! Not play the recruiter and tell all the pretty little dreams of what you will have to look forward to when you get out! Which these days those promises are even being broken so exactly whom (or which one of us is the CHUMP-) Chump?

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PReyna in Austin, Texas

77 months ago

Hello Everyone,
LMRT is a licensure through your state and state health department (if looking into a school make sure they're accredited and they meet state requirements). LMRT's do diagnostic x-rays only, which are upper extremities, lower extremities, chest, spine, and skull. Some schools do an overview of soft tissue or abdominal area but RT's do those procedures.

Diagnostic x-rays are bones only,from head to toe. Procedures seen are usually broken limbs, dislocations, fractures,impalements, spinal injuries, just to name a few. LMRT's can't do invasive procedures which are CT's , MRI's, Nuclear Medicine, Fluroscopy.

An LMRT would have to further their education in order to do those specialties.

Is there a demand for this career? That's tough to say because this career is fairly new to some states and for other states they may have had LMRT's for 10 years plus. For example for Austin,TX they've had LMRT's for only 4-5 years now. So, some Hospitals hire LMRT's and others won't. Just depends on what the facility is looking for. Make sure you let them know what you as an LMRT are capable of doing. It's all about marketing yourself and showing them how knowledgable you are of your field.

Salaries vary depending on the state you're in. For example Austin,TX ranges 16,500 to 40,000 average 30,000 (to find out salary range in your area salary.com).

I hope this was helpful.

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PReyna in Austin, Texas

77 months ago

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Desi in Chicago, Illinois

77 months ago

Can anyone help me with advice. Im currently attending Limited x-ray w/ medical assisting program. I have decided to go with long term dream of becoming an emergency room/trauma r.n. I am about to drop out of program but wondered if taking limited x-ray can somehow help me with credentials. I'm in Chicago....any advice?

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Karmatose87@yahoo in Port Hueneme, California

77 months ago

Good Day All- I currently live in southern Calif.There is a new vocational school that has just piloted a Day program for LXT.For individuals such as myself, I had to find a program that allows me to get my foot into the radiation field.Knowing that my scope of study is limited, this is compared to an LVN title vs.RN title.2 completely different fields however it is a stepping stone.Obviously the course of RT is the idea but here we must consider the waiting list.The new program here has just been granted digital radiography, which by far is a blessing. In my opinion judge what is based on your needs and you will see that other doors will open.

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j in Paramus, New Jersey

77 months ago

sorry but it's just another program to make more money and saturate the field. I am sorry to say LPN is no way compared to a limited x ray program. At least LPNs have jobs but limtied x ray techs may not even after graduation. You may spend more money while going to a limited x ray school than just going straight for the 2 year program. I just disagree.

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confused by it ALL in Livingston, Texas

77 months ago

I am trying to get my LMRT lic. transferred from Arizona to Texas...but the licensing dept in Tx says I have to be lic. through the ARRT...The ARRT says they dont lic. Limited scope xray techs....So what is the story? I have been licensed to shoot chest and exremities for over 7 yrs in Az. TAKE MY ADVICE PEOPLE......JUST GET YOUR R.T. I went to school for 7 mos. In Az you can get your RT in just 2 yrs...it's worth it.

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no scams in Herndon, Virginia

77 months ago

confused by it ALL in Livingston, Texas said: I am trying to get my LMRT lic. transferred from Arizona to Texas...but the licensing dept in Tx says I have to be lic. through the ARRT...The ARRT says they dont lic. Limited scope xray techs....So what is the story? I have been licensed to shoot chest and exremities for over 7 yrs in Az. TAKE MY ADVICE PEOPLE......JUST GET YOUR R.T. I went to school for 7 mos. In Az you can get your RT in just 2 yrs...it's worth it.

where will you get a job?

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confused by it ALL in Livingston, Texas

77 months ago

I will be taking a HUGE paycut...working as a Medical Assistant. I wasted $10,000 on my license. AND...not all xray schools are accredited..so your credits probly won't even transfer. That's nice. (sarcasm)

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Terry in Phoenix, Arizona

77 months ago

I was a military trained radiology tech, after droping out of hight school and gettina a GED.
The Air Force program is fully accredited, I served fout years. Saw three countries. I got out
got the first job I interviewed for partly because I was a vet, a seargent in the Air Force and this to my employer showed I hadd leadership skills and delt could handle responsibility. It was a great a great positive on a resume and is on every emplyemnt application.
I have never been out of a job sence joining.
Oh Did I mention I had no student lones, a ARRT certificate, ahd $10,000 saved in the bank.

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