Some programs require as little as half a year for a student to become an X-ray technician. However, starting in 2015, technicians must pursue an associate's degree, which typically takes 2 years, to be certified nationa... More »

To become an X-ray technician, also known as an MRI or radiologic technician, an individual must earn an associate's degree, and possibly become certified or licensed, depending on the state, says the U.S. Bureau of Labo... More »

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, radiologic technologists and technicians, another name for X-ray technicians, earned an average annual salary of $54,180 as of May 2013. This translates to $26.05 per hou... More »

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Find an X-ray technician program at Xrayschools.com and Radiology-Schools.com. The websites offer search tools to find schools by state and ZIP code. Radiology-Schools.com also allows users to refine the search by specif... More »

Become an X-ray technician by taking high school science courses, completing an accredited radiologic technology program, passing a certification exam and obtaining a state license. State licensing requirements typically... More »

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To become an X-ray technician, also known as an MRI or radiologic technician, an individual must earn an associate's degree, and possibly become certified or licensed, depending on the state, says the U.S. Bureau of Labo... More »

To obtain an X-ray tech certification, students must complete certificate programs in radiologic technology and x-ray to prepare for state licensing exams and tests offered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technolo... More »