Radiology Career Duration Statistics

The average duration of a radiology career from start to retirement is around 30 to 35 years.

Statistic 1

"Half of radiologists surveyed have practiced for 21-35 years."

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Statistic 2

"A quarter of radiologists have been in the profession for 11-20 years."

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"12% of radiologists have been in the practice for 3-10 years."

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"Just 2% of radiologists surveyed have been in the field for 0-3 years."

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"On average, radiologists work in the field for 35 years."

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"According to ACR, the average age of retirement for radiologists is 64.5 years."

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"The trend shows that radiologists are often working longer, with the percentage working past age 65 increasing."

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"Full-time radiologists work 41.8 hours a week on average, requiring a commitment throughout their career."

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"About half of all radiologists retire by the age of 65."

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Statistic 10

"32% of radiologists in a survey had practiced for 16-25 years."

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Statistic 11

"Radiologists have the longest postgraduate education duration (13 years) in medicine, which impacts the length of their practising career."

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