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Ultrasound Technician Schools in Indiana

Indiana sonography schools offer education and training that can start you on an exciting career path with a bright future. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts employment growth for diagnostic medical sonographers at 18 percent in the decade ending in 2018. Most jobs are likely to be in hospitals, where sonographers and ultrasound technicians provide diagnostic imaging that helps physicians to track medical conditions. Other health care facilities are likely to offer more job opportunities as the emphasis moves increasingly toward outpatient care. Indiana ultrasound schools provide the formal education and accredited programs that employers prefer.

Ultrasound technicians and diagnostic medical sonographers generally earn good salaries. In May 2009, diagnostic medical sonographers in Indiana had a mean annual income of $60,350. In the Indianapolis-Carmel area, 320 diagnostic medical sonographers were employed, earning a mean annual income of $62,520. Other major city-centers and salaries in Indiana include:

  • Fort Wayne, $63,270
  • Evansville, $52,030
  • South Bend-Mishawaka, $60,670

Salary information should be considered alongside cost of living, which is often higher in bigger cities.

When you're not in the classroom, Indiana has a great deal to keep you busy and entertained. Museums of many kinds tell Indiana's history and more, parks and lakes offer outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling and canoeing, and towns and cities offer shopping, restaurants, and everything you could want from urban living.

Indiana Ultrasound Technician Schools