Radiographer Salary in Botswana

Radiographers are allied health professionals who take x-rays and other medical images to assist doctors in diagnosing diseases and injuries. They are also known as medical imaging technologists. A radiographer does your scan.

To become a diagnostic radiographer, you must first successfully complete an approved degree or master’s in diagnostic radiography. Degree courses take three or four years full-time, or up to six years part-time. There are also some postgraduate courses that can take two years.

SALARY: D4 (BWP 165, 300 – 182, 496) per annum QUALIFICATION: BSc. in Diagnostic Medical Imaging Science. EXPERIENCE: At least three (3) years of work experience in the relevant field.

What is the average salary in Botswana?

What is the average wage in Botswana? Average Wages in Botswana increased to 6299 BWP/Month (486.795 USD/Month) in the fourth quarter of 2021. The maximum rate of the average wage for employees was 6533 BWP/Month and the minimum was 3447 BWP/Month.

How much does Radiographer earn per month?

Radiographer – Pay by Experience Level

An intermediate level Radiographer with 4-9 years of experience earns an average salary of R 33 000, while an experienced Radiographer with 10-20 years of experience makes an average R 39 000.

How much is Radiographer’s salary?

An early career Radiographer with 1-4 years of experience earns an average total compensation (includes tips, bonus, and overtime pay) of ₦1,300,000 based on 320 salaries. A mid-career Radiographer with 5-9 years of experience earns an average total compensation of ₦1,926,020 based on 176 salaries.

Which country pays Radiographers the most?

The US ranked as the highest paying country for healthcare professionals, most noticeably for radiology, which pays an average salary of £308,573, followed by doctors with a wage of £153,476, and optometry, which pays £95,768.