Radiology Technician Salary by State

Radiology Salary by State

Detailed looks at the starting salaries for radiologic technologists separated by state will help you better understand the career options available to you.  Along with radiologic technologist’s salaries, we have added the salary information for both medial assistants and ultrasound technicians. Clicking on the state will allow you to view various programs offers by schools in the area. Every community has a slightly different salary range that is often determined by the medical facility chosen, amount of residents in the area and the immediate need for image consultants.

Many of the radiologic technologist’s courses offer post graduation job placement assistance. Selecting a accredited program that offers job placement assistance is the best way to secure the highest possible salary in your area. According to a recent study, a high percentage of radiologic technologist’s positions are awarded to tech’s that have at least an associate’s degree in the field. The great thing about that information is that it only takes two years to obtain the degree while the increase in salary is a benefit that last a lifetime. People that are looking to improve their portfolio further by adding clinic management to their skills will benefit from taking an advanced course to secure their BA in the field. Currently, only about 20% of those working in the imagery field have a BA, which means the demand for such candidates remains very high.

Radiology Technician Salary by State

Radiology Tech Salary by State  –  State by state listing of radiology technician salary

Alabama

  • $67,400 – Mid
  • $83,000 – High
  • $52,000 – Low

Alaska

  • $53,400 – Mid
  • $65,000 – High
  • $41,300 – Low

Arizona

  • $54,000 – Mid
  • $67,000 – High
  • $42,000 – Low

Arkansas

  • $53,800 – Mid
  • $67,300 – High
  • $42,600 – Low

California

  • $61,000 – Mid
  • $76,500 – High
  • $47,800 – Low

Colorado

  • $55,400 – Mid
  • $69,300 – High
  • $43,000 – Low

Connecticut

  • $65,000 – Mid
  • $81,000 – High
  • $50,000 – Low

Delaware

  • $62,100 – Mid
  • $74,000 – High
  • $46,500 – Low

Florida

  • $60,400 – Mid
  • $74,300 – High
  • $46,200 – Low

Georgia

  • $63,200 – Mid
  • $81,000 – High
  • $50,000 – Low

Hawaii

  • $48,600 – Mid
  • $62,400 – High
  • $39,000 – Low

Idaho

  • $50,000 – Mid
  • $64,000 – High
  • $40,300 – Low

Illinois

  • $63,000 – Mid
  • $81,000 – High
  • $50,000 – Low

Indiana

  • $61,000 – Mid
  • $78,200 – High
  • $49,500 – Low

Iowa

  • $58,700 – Mid
  • $76,400 – High
  • $47,000 – Low

Kansas

  • $52,100 – Mid
  • $67,600 – High
  • $42,300 – Low

Kentucky

  • $63,000- Mid
  • $81,000 – High
  • $51,000 – Low

Louisiana

  • $49,000 – Mid
  • $63,700 – High
  • $40,300 – Low

Maine

  • $47,300 – Mid
  • $61,000 – High
  • $38,900 – Low

Maryland

  • $63,500 – Mid
  • $81,000 – High
  • $50,000 – Low

Massachusetts

  • $66,000 – Mid
  • $85,300 – High
  • $53,000 – Low

Michigan

  • $58,000 – Mid
  • $75,000 – High
  • $47,000 – Low

Minnesota

  • $54,500 – Mid
  • $70,000 – High
  • $43,000 – Low

Mississippi

  • $76,000 – Mid
  • $98,000 – High
  • $61,000 – Low

Missouri

  • $62,500 – Mid
  • $80,000 – High
  • $50,100 – Low

Montana

  • $61,000 – Mid
  • $79,300 – High
  • $49,000 – Low

Nebraska

  • $54,000 – Mid
  • $69,200 – High
  • $43,000 – Low

Nevada

  • $56,600 – Mid
  • $72,900 – High
  • $45,000 – Low

New Hampshire

  • $50,300 – Mid
  • $71,100 – High
  • $44,000 – Low

New Jersey

  • $62,000 – Mid
  • $79,000 – High
  • $49,000 – Low

New Mexico

  • $56,400 – Mid
  • $72,000 – High
  • $45,000 – Low

New York

  • $70,000 – Mid
  • $90,000 – High
  • $56,000 – Low

North Carolina

  • $59,000 – Mid
  • $76,000 – High
  • $48,000 – Low

North Dakota

  • $62,100 – Mid
  • $80,000 – High
  • $50,000 – Low

Ohio

  • $55,700 – Mid
  • $71,000 – High
  • $44,000 – Low

Oklahoma

  • $54,000 – Mid
  • $70,000 – High
  • $43,000 – Low

Oregon

  • $57,000 – Mid
  • $73,800 – High
  • $46,600 – Low

Pennsylvania

  • $57,600 – Mid
  • $73,000 – High
  • $45,400 – Low

Rhode Island

  • $57,000 – Mid
  • $73,800 – High
  • $46,000 – Low

South Carolina

  • $53,800 – Mid
  • $68,000 – High
  • $43,000 – Low

South Dakota

  • $55,000 – Mid
  • $71,200 – High
  • $44,500 – Low

Tennessee

  • $60,000 – Mid
  • $77,000 – High
  • $48,000 – Low

Texas

  • $57,000 – Mid
  • $73,000 – High
  • $45,300 – Low

Utah

  • $47,300 – Mid
  • $61,300 – High
  • $38,000 – Low

Vermont

  • $61,000 – Mid
  • $78,000 – High
  • $49,200 – Low

Virginia

  • $62,300 – Mid
  • $80,000 – High
  • $50,000 – Low

Washington

  • $53,000 – Mid
  • $68,000 – High
  • $42,500 – Low

West Virginia

  • $71,000 – Mid
  • $92,200 – High
  • $57,000 – Low

Wisconsin

  • $49,000 – Mid
  • $63,000 – High
  • $39,000 – Low

Wyoming

  • $67,000 – Mid
  • $86,000 – High
  • $54,500 – Low

* The salary ranges displayed were compiled from AuntMinni.com, Indeed.com, Resumes.com and Salary.com.

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