• Career and Opportunities
  • Staff Nurse (Hospital/Institutional Nurse)
  • Public or Community Health Nursing (PHN or CHN)
  • School Health Nurse
  • Clinic Nurse
  • Private Duty Nurse/Special Duty Nurse
  • Industrial or Company or Occupational Health Nurse
  • Military Nurse
  • Public or Community Health Nursing (PHN or CHN)
  • Clinical Nurse Specialist
  • Nurse Anesthetists (USA)
  • Nurse Practitioner
  • Nurse Midwife
  • Nurse Educator (Clinical/Nurse Instructor)
  • Nurse Administrator
  • Nurse Researcher
  • Nurse Entrepreneur

Medical technologists are mostly employed in clinical practice settings of diagnostic laboratories in hospitals, public health agencies, clinics, and reference labs. In addition, career options also exist outside the traditional clinical laboratory such as medical research and development technologists, technical representatives for medical product and medical equipment companies, and other bio-medically related positions in the biotechnology industry.


Radiologic technologists may work with a wide range of diagnostic imaging techniques or specialize in particular technologies and equipment, including mammography. They work in hospitals, clinics, private offices, and equipment sales,and others use the degree to pursue a career in teaching.