As a nuclear medical technologist you need to have a passion for science and mathematics as well as an interest in working with people. This job can be very rewarding and it can open up other career paths. The average income is $68.500 year but if you are dedicated you can advance to better paid jobs.
Nuclear medicine is a medical specialty that involves the use of radioactive substances as part of the diagnostic process and treatment. Techniques such as bone scanning, Positron emission tomography (PET) and cardiovascular imaging use different properties of the radioactive substances to generate detailed images.