X-Rays, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and other radiologic technologies require skilled professionals for proper use and maintenance. Radiologic technicians aid radiologists and other physicians in helping take images of patients' bones and organs. They work in hospitals and private clinics as well as nursing homes and other more specialized health care institutions. A bachelor's or associate's degree along with professional certification is required in order to pursue a career as a radiographer technician. Entry level salaries are around $31,000 a year according to Salary.com, www.salary.com.