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In case you hadn’t heard, the healthcare staffing industry is booming. In fact, employment in the healthcare industry is predicted to grow by 16 percent between 2020 and 2030, adding 2.6 million more jobs than any other occupational category in that time.
Between the diverse and complicated diagnostic radiologic technology that you’re required to know as a radiologic technologist, there are a handful of state licensing requirements you should also be aware of.
With more advancements in Radiology and screening technology, there is a growing need for mammograms, especially in younger women. Studies have shown that breast cancers in younger women may grow longer before being found by a screening mammogram. Still, annual screening mammograms starting at age 40 are the best way to diagnose breast cancer early, when it's most treatable. Now, we need Radiology Techs to help bolster the workforce.