Nuclear Medical Technologist

Nuclear medicine technologists basically help identify health issues. In contrast to radiographic diagnostic technologies, that use radiation treatment outside of the body to get images of body organs, nuclear medicine is released into the body through a shot or through food or drink.

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Nuclear Medicine Salary

Typically the average nuclear medicine salary is around $84,000 per year. Average earnings can vary a great deal as a result of the company you work for, where you are located, the field you are in, your experience as well as any added benefits.

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Nuclear Medicine Technologist

Nuclear medicine technologists can often increase their job opportunities simply by getting certified in a speciality area. As a technologist you can get a certification in nuclear cardiology (NCT), computed tomography (CT), positron emission tomography (PET) or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).

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