The Medicus Firm has 22 physician jobs in Radiology with salaries ranging from $400,000 to $700,000
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Salary + Job Growth
The current average salary for a Radiologist is around $205,000 per year, which comes out to approximately $98 per hour. Although your salary will vary based on where you live, your skillset, and your years of experience, you can always move to one of the highest-paying locations when searching for a job. The 5 highest-paying states for Radiology are as follows (in ascending order): Wyoming, Oregon, Wisconsin, North Dakota, and Minnesota. The salary range for these states is between $203,939, in Wyoming, to $217,068, in Minnesota. This field is expected to grow by 7% by the year 2030.
The benefits of working in Radiology include assisting patients with a variety of different needs, having the ability to work in a variety of settings, working in a high-demand field, and receiving above-average compensation.
As a physician practicing in the Radiology field, you should have the following skills: analytical skills, detail-oriented, observational skills, being able to work on a team of specialists, and dexterity.
In this role, you can expect to perform the following job duties: perform diagnostic procedures (x-rays, CT scans, MRIs, etc.), evaluate patient medical history, operate advanced imaging technology and machinery, and refer patients to the appropriate specialist(s).
Radiologists may work in hospitals, physicians’ offices, diagnostic centers, outpatient care facilities, and research centers.
You may decide that you want to participate in CME, or continuing medical education, once you complete the initial education requirements for becoming a physician. In this case, there are a few organizations that can guide you toward CME resources. These resources may include podcasts, videos, live or virtual courses, webinars, or live or virtual conferences. You can rely on the following organizations to assist you: American Seminar Institute, MRI Online, the American College of Radiology (ACR), CME Science, Mayo Clinic, CMEList, and Duke Radiology.
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