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Radiologic Tech: One of the most dangerous jobs on the frontlines of health care

Unlike those who can work from home, healthcare workers must report in person for duty. And while all of them have dangerous jobs right now, some are more dangerous than others.

Many individuals have been practicing social distancing by working from home in recent weeks. While this arrangement can be a great way to reduce one’s exposure to COVID-19, it’s a luxury that’s available to just 29% of Americans.

The situation for the remaining 71% is uncertain, to say the least. A significant portion of the population has lost their jobs due to business shutdowns and mandated lockdown orders. Others employed in “essential services” have continued working as usual, but may face a higher risk of potential exposure to the virus.

To that end, today’s infographic leverages data from the Occupational Information Network to determine which occupations face the highest risk of exposure to COVID-19.

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6 thoughts on “Radiologic Tech: One of the most dangerous jobs on the frontlines of health care”

  1. Radiology TECHNOLOGIST!!!!!!!!!
    We are not technicians, there is a HUGE difference. If your going to speak of the profession please use the correct terminology. We take state boards just like nurses and unlike most nurses need to acquire 24 CEU’s every two years to keep our license. Thank you

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