These are the jobs for which Indiana employers are seeking AMERICAN REGISTRY OF RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGISTS (ARRT) CERTIFICATION certifications when they are looking to hire. Job seekers should include information about certifications they possess on resumes and job applications. Those interested in pursuing short-term training and certification should research the demand for a particular certification prior to entering training. Employers can learn which short-term credentials and certifications other employers are requesting or requiring for similar occupations. Incorporating certifications into job ads and job descriptions can improve job matching for employers and job seekers.
|Job Popularity Index||Job Title|
|Radiology Technician - requested in 75.3% of job postings|
|MRI / CT Technician / Technologist - requested in 96.8% of job postings|
|Ultrasound Technologist / Sonographer - requested in 19.7% of job postings|
|Physician - requested in 0.9% of job postings|
|Cardiovascular Technician / Technologist - requested in 12.4% of job postings|
|Nuclear Medicine Technologist - requested in 80.4% of job postings|
|Health Technician / Technologist (Other) - requested in 4.5% of job postings|
|Healthcare Administrator - requested in 0.7% of job postings|
|Radiation Therapist - requested in 54.1% of job postings|
|Medical Laboratory Technologist - requested in 1.8% of job postings|
|Medical Assistant - requested in 0.1% of job postings|
|Nursing Manager / Supervisor - requested in 0.1% of job postings|
|Medical Director / Clinical Manager - requested in 0% of job postings|
|Neurodiagnostic Technician / Technologist - requested in 1.4% of job postings|
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