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Workforce Wednesday: Becoming an ultrasound technician

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Looking for a career in the health industry? Do you love working with technology? If you answered yes, then becoming an ultrasound technician might be your match.


The University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) ultrasound program takes about two years to complete. According to the Ryan Parnell, Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program Director at UAA, the pay is “excellent.”


Students who graduate could be making around $60,000 a year to start.


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