The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that the job demand for technologists in the radiology and MRI fields is growing faster than normal, and that extends to X-Ray Techs. The growing demand on the nation's healthcare system means medical employers across the country often post-travel X-Ray Tech jobs to ensure they have the qualified professionals required to care appropriately for patients. That's great for techs looking for work — whether you're new to the career and looking to grow your resume or you have years of experience and want the flexibility to check things off your bucket list, traveling X-Ray Tech jobs offer exciting opportunities.
It gets even more exciting when you travel with Club Staffing. Find out more about the benefits of taking on allied travel assignments through Club Staffing below.
What is the Salary of an X-Ray Tech? $1,700-$2,800/week
Traveling X-Ray Techs that sign up as allied travelers with Club Staffing can earn between $1,700 and $2,800 per week while on assignment.
We've got even more great news about a traveling X-Ray Tech job's salary through Club Staffing: It doesn't stand alone. You can also get access to comprehensive benefits including:
- Health coverage
- Retirement plans
- Life insurance
- Housing stipends or free housing
- Vision, dental and other optional coverages
On top of all that, you can work with experienced allied travel recruiters who help you plan ahead for your next assignments. So, you get the flexibility of travel work and the option of breaks while knowing your career is headed somewhere long-term.
X-Ray Technician Job Description
- Maintains and operates x-ray equipment to capture and process images of patient
- Meets with patient to discuss medical history
- Prepares patient for procedure, including protection from radiation
- Takes series of images of patient’s body, as determined by the physician
- Uploads images to patient profile database
- Assists physician in diagnosis
- May help develop patient treatment plan
X-Ray Tech Settings
X-Ray Techs work in hospitals and emergency rooms, obviously. But you can also find these types of jobs in settings that include:
- Urgent care clinics
- Outpatient surgery centers
- Imaging centers and laboratories
- Doctors’ offices and clinics
- Medical research organizations
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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