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There are a few ways to become an ultrasound technician, such as completing a degree program in diagnostic medical sonography or ultrasound technology. Another way to become an ultrasound technician is by working in a re... More »

The average salary range for ultrasound technicians is approximately $40,000 to $80,000 as of 2014, according to PayScale.com. The median pay is roughly $62,000 annually and $30 per hour, states BLS.gov. More »

Work as an ultrasound technician usually requires completion of an accredited two-year associate or bachelor's degree program in sonography, which includes college-level math, physiology, human anatomy and biology course... More »

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Work as an ultrasound technician usually requires completion of an accredited two-year associate or bachelor's degree program in sonography, which includes college-level math, physiology, human anatomy and biology course... More »

Become an ultrasound technician by completing an accredited associate's degree program, working a clinical internship and becoming certified through a national organization. Ultrasound technicians specialize in acquiring... More »

The general requirements to work as an ultrasound technician include a degree in sonography, or a certification in the field and a minimum number of work experience or practical hours at a hospital. Other requirements ma... More »

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