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Ken Said:

Im looking for an electrician job in Orange County, California?

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you can call them up in see if they are hiring good luck,

39 Local Results for Orange Electricians (Orange, CA)…

Philip Said:

What schools will fix my car?

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Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but I don't think you will find one. They (most schools) will do repairs for reduced cost to the customer. They usually cannot do it for free. They have to cover tool purchases, operating costs and overhead, just as most any other shop does. They have more stringent budgets due to not operating as a regular profitable business (ie: their money comes from tuition and not customer vehicles). They are not taking on regular customer cars as they are there to train the up and coming techs. Their training is usually done on shop owned or donated vehicles. I know this is probably not what you want to hear but that is how it works. The only other way I know to get your car fixed cheap is bartering. It is being more widely used due to the current economy. If you have some stuff of value to trade some mechanics are willing to trade for the work. Good luck!

Jeanne Said:

limited x-ray tech salary??

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Are you already stuck in this program? Is there any way you can get out with your money?

Unfortunately, a limited permit tech is not going to make the same amount of money that a fully licensed tech will make. It is also harder to find a job with a limited permit. Most hospitals or free standing imaging centers want a fully licensed technologist, who can do any procedure that comes in. A limited permit tech is well, limited, and they cannot do many procedures. Most limited permit techs work for orthopedic doctor offices, where only extremity x-rays are done. I have never worked in a facility that also employed limited techs.

If you can get out of the program, I would. You really need to go to an accredited radiological technologist program, so when you are done, you are eligible to take the CRT. After that, you can also become proficient and licensed in CT or MRI. There are hospital based RT programs, which are not as expensive as college based programs.

There are many schools in many states where you can get trained to be a radiologic technologist (the proper term for a x-ray tech). You can attend a hospital based program (and earn a certificate), a 2 year college program (AS degree), and even a 4 year college program (BS degree). The hospital based programs are the least expensive, and honestly, I think the education received there is superior. Once you graduate and take your registry exam, no future employer is going to care what type of educational program you went through. All they care about is your license. You can find an accredited RT program at this site. Just search "radiography" and your state...links are provided which will give you additional information on each program (cost, duration of program, contact person):

RTs do more than just x-rays of bones. We do fluoroscopy studies (involving the intestinal tract and barium), arthrograms (assisting the radiologist with injecting contrast or dye into joints for evaluation) and myelograms (assisting the radiologist with injecting contrast into the spinal canal). If you work in a hospital setting, you will do portable exams in ICU, CCU, the ER and even surgery. Some RTs take x-rays in the morgue. The only procedures listed above that a limited tech can legally do is the bone x-rays (arms, legs, spine, chest x-rays). That leaves a long list of things a limited tech cannot do......

Most RTs will also become proficient and licensed in other modalities, such as mammography, CT and/or MRI. This training does not require any additional formal training, and is usually learned on the job. The more licenses you have, the more money you can make, as you will be in higher demand. With additional schooling, you can also do ultrasound. A limited tech cannot advance to these other modalities....

I highly recommend you do an observation in both a hospital imaging department and a free standing imaging facility. Until you see what RTs do, you won't know if it is the job for you! It would also give you a wonderful opportunity to talk to RTs in your area. Best wishes.....

Oh, another good resource....check out the student area of the ASRT website:…

The American Society of Radiologic Technologists just did a large salary survey, in 2007. The salary varies, depending on your experience, specialties and geographical area. To view, the survey, and see the average salary in your state, you can go to this link:…

Philip Said:

where can i get a good job in orange county, CALI?

We Answered:

Keep looking in the classifieds. And while you are doing that, many continuing education schools offer Pharmacy Technician certification training - It takes about 1.5 years if you take 3 classes 3 terms per year). it is a FREE program - i just finished at NOCCCD. You only pay for the books.

When you get done, you do an internship then as long as you are a smart, good worker you should have no trouble finding a job paying at least $13/hr. That's a lot of money if you only have a GED.

So get whatever job you can in the meantime, but study for a brighter future!
Good luck!

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