Are you looking to make a great living, doing something most people have never heard of? Do you have a desire to work in the medical field, but don't want to be a doctor?  I may have found your answer.

I searched this information using In Minnesota, the median hourly wage is approximately $38 an hour. Nuclear Medicine Technologists use scanners to create images of a persons body. Typically, an Associates Degree is needed to get started. The future is bright in Minnesota, it looks like this is a growing field, and there will be need for 70 new NMT's before the year 2024. If you're looking for a job right now in Minnesota, you may have a tough time.

In Minnesota, the median hourly wage for this job is approximately $38 an hour. The job entails administering medical substances so you can scan and image a persons body, positioning patients for the photo process, recording a patients medical history as well as gathering information from patients.

To become a NMT, you have to be comfortable in dealing with deadlines, crabby, frightened, or irritable patients, exposure to radiation, high levels of competition and making important decisions dealing with individuals health. If this sounds like you, then this might be the career path that will make you the happiest.

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