*Be aware the databases will include articles not focused on the U.S. Healthcare system. Be sure to look at the abstract of the article before using information about licensing, education etc.
To find articles on career related topic, search the databases using the suggested keywords combinations. Do not type full sentences. You may need to narrow or broaden your career/job title or use other career related phrases to find the information you need.
You may also want to search for interviews with someone in the field about what they do and the skill required
e.g. radiographer AND interview
Use the asterisk * to truncate your search terms for more results e.g., Nurs* will search Nurse, Nurses and Nursing.
Use NOT to disambiguate search terms if you have too many irrelevant results e.g., Nursing NOT Breastfeeding
Update occupation title, date and URL. Use the 'Last Modified Date' at the bottom of each page in (Year, Month Day) format.
Office of Occupational Statistics and Employment Projections. (2022, September 8). Radiologic and MRI Technologists. Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor. https://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/radiologic-technologists.htm
The following sites are all from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics or U.S. Department of Labor and are good places to start your career research. They provide up to date information on career descriptions, salary, training requirements, job outlook and more.
These are not scholarly articles.