X-ray Engineer Activity 1.1.5g Engineering career

An x-ray engineer maintains and repairs x-ray equipment. He's part of a larger group of maintenance workers called medical equipment repairers or biomedical equipment technicians.

X-ray engineers make $88,000 per year.

X-ray engineers usually work inside hospitals to use them to scan them to scan peoples body, but they can also use them in labs or places that need higher grade security.

Job responsibilities are make sure the machine works by testing it on certain objects and people.

There will most likely not be a demand for this job in the future. The education needed is an associates degree.


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