Launches New Section For X Ray Technicians

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The leading online resource for anyone considering a field in the medical profession has launched a new section for those looking to become an x ray technician, announced.

With demand for radiology technicians on the rise, more students are looking to get their foot in the door and start a career in this growing filed. The latest section will help readers deterring what kind of educational program is right for them and how to get started. Technicians work in hospitals and clinics all over the country, using equipment such as CT scanners and magnetic resonance imaging.

"We also go a lot deeper than just covering the educational basics," said spokesperson Ben Danson. "We have up-to-date information about salaries, employment outlook and work environment. We get much of our information from reliable government research to ensure we are providing the most accurate and relevant information to our readers."

Over the next decade, demand for x ray technicians is expected to rise steadily and grow at least 28 percent through 2020. This is creating plenty of demand for professionals and good job opportunities for those looking for a career in the medical field.

"There are a lot of people interested in this profession who don't know where to start," Danson said. "We provide a place where anyone can learn what it takes to get into this growing industry. Our resources can help people make a real difference in their lives."

Those resources include information on the job outlook, certification process and tips to help people find the right school. The website is becoming a destination for anyone interested in becoming an x ray technician. There is also plenty of information about breaking into other fast-growing areas of the medical field.

To learn more about this growing area visit and to learn more about other certifications and medical schools, visit

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