Got the drive, time, and dedication to become an EEG Technologist? Here are some concrete next steps toward jump-starting your EEG career in the United States.
What do EEG Technologists Do?
In a recent article of ours, “EEG Neurodiagnostic Technologist Salary,” we outline this in the context of what affects average EEG Tech salaries.
They require a different set of skills than careers in other forms of medical technology. EEG Technologists operate EEGs—devices that detect brain waves by monitoring the electrical activity of one’s brain. Techs help set up these devices on patients, as well as brief them on the specifics of EEG scans, and walk them through the process.
It’s important to know more about what kind of salary you might expect before deciding to become an EEG Tech. This is important in regard to financially supporting yourself and your family, and to paying off tuition if you decide to enroll in EEG Tech training programs.