The need for radiology and MRI techs in the United States is increasing, and the Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates 7% growth through 2029. That growth is faster than average compared to other jobs in the nation, which means hospitals, clinics and other organizations are in growing need of qualified professionals. Travel radiology tech jobs can be an ideal way to earn great money and expand your resume — all while crossing adventures off your bucket list.
Traveling radiologic technologist jobs are available throughout the country, and the experienced recruiters at Club Staffing can help you connect with assignments that push the needle on your career and life goals. Plus, on top of a competitive traveling radiology tech salary and the chance to explore new areas of the nation, we offer perks including health benefits, 401(k)s, and continuing education opportunities. Our goal is to make travel therapy jobs a seamless and rewarding part of your radiology tech career.
What is the travel Radiology Technologist salary? $1,700-$2,800/week
When it comes to travel Radiology Tech jobs, salary averages can be a little higher than full-time. Travel Rad Tech that work with Club Staffing can expect a salary between $1,700 and 2,800 per week.
Your compensation doesn't end with a competitive salary, though. Medical, dental, vision, and life insurance are part of the benefits offered through Club Staffing, and allied travelers can also opt for benefits including short-term disability, accident, and critical illness insurance as well as 401(k) plans and reimbursement for qualified travel expenses. Travel radiology technicians can also earn a housing stipend or take advantage of free housing that's set up and ready to go to make transitions between assignments a piece of cake.
What does a Radiology Tech do?
- Maintains and operates equipment used to capture interior images of patients for use in diagnosis
- Processes images onto Xray or fluoroscopic film
- Prepares patients for imaging scans and radiologic procedures
- Explains imaging procedure to patients and families
- Keeps detailed records of patient treatment and progress
- Studies and practices radiation protection techniques to minimize potential hazardous effects on patients
Radiology Tech Settings
One of the benefits of travel radiology tech jobs is flexibility. You're in charge of where in the nation you work, and you may also be able to choose which type of patient setting you want to tackle with each new assignment. Travel radiology techs might work in:
- Acute care
- Medical and diagnostic laboratories
- Outpatient care or surgery centers
- Research clinics
- Urgent care centers
Disclaimer: Job wages are based on average rates and may be impacted by facility budgets and seasonality and may include a combination of taxable and non-taxable earnings and reimbursements.
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