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8 Highest Paying Countries for Radiation Therapists

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Unfortunately, cancer is becoming more and more common in our society, and if you want to do your part in combating the disease take a look at this list of the highest paying countries for radiation therapists, it could become your next career.

Too many people in this day in time have been affected by cancer in one way or the other. Either someone has battled it themselves, or they have a family member or friend who battled the disease. And unfortunately, not all win the battle. Thankfully, we live in modern times of medicine and many in the field are working tirelessly to find cures. Whether you are a physician, nurse, scientist, or advocate, there are many ways to do your part in fighting cancer –even if it just means being there as support for a patient.

8 Highest Paying Countries for Radiation Therapists

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If you have an interest in medicine, but do not want to go to medical school, there are many alternatives when it comes to career choices. Radiation therapists are highly sought after and play a major role in cancer treatment in hospitals and medical offices. Radiation therapists treat cancer and other diseases by administering radiation treatments to patients. Radiation is one of the most common treatments for cancer and is used to destroy cancer cells. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics in 2014, 16,600 jobs for radiation therapists in the United States. Even though there are so many positions for the specialization, the Bureau reported that the median salary was $80,000 a year in 2016. In most cases, you will need an associate’s or bachelor’s degree in radiation therapy as well as a license or certification in most states. If you think this career field is the right fit for you, and you are willing to live anywhere in the world, we’ve done a little research to make your job search simpler.

However, if you are interested in working as a nurse, you should check our list of Highest Paying Countries for Nurses.

In order to create our list, first, we used Investopedia and Gazette Review to find our what are some of the most developed countries in the world as they will likely offer higher salaries. After we found the most developed countries in the world, we used PayScale and SalaryExpert as our sources and we found the salaries for radiation therapists in each of the most developed countries. We then collected the information about the salary and sorted our list starting from the lowest to the highest paying country. 

If you are ready to make your career move, take a look at our list of the highest paying countries for radiation therapists.

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