How much does a radiation therapist in alabama make?

Answer The average radiation therapist in the state of Alabama earns a salary of $50,000 annually; the national average is about $67,000. Depending on experience and specialty, some therapists may earn up... Read More »

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How much does a radiation therapist make a year?

In 2006, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that radiation therapists make an average of $66,170 every year. The highest 10 percent of radiation therapists earned over $92,110, while the lowes... Read More »

Should I become a radiation therapist?

The Bureau of Labor Statistics says that the occupation is growing at a better than average rate. Pay is $36 per hour, but that is probably an average including those who have been in the field fo... Read More »

How to Become a Radiation Therapist?

A radiation therapist operates an X-ray or CT (computer tomography) scanning machine to determine the location of the cancer tumor, and then administers treatment using a linear accelerator, which ... Read More »

Radiation Therapist Certification?

Radiation therapists, who use "ionizing radiation-producing equipment to administer therapeutic doses of radiation," must receive some type of certification or licensing, according to the Bureau of... Read More »