Radiological Technician Salary by State

Radiological Technician Salary by State

A radiological technician, sometimes referred to as a radiologic technologist, is responsible for operating imaging equipment such as x-rays and performing examinations on patients. According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the median annual salary for radiological technicians is $54,340. Below, Radiological-Technician-Training.com has compiled a complete table of radiological technician salary by state.

Factors that Determine Rad Tech Salary

There are many factors that determine the salary of an occupation with the economy. The main factor is geographic location. Each location has its own cost of living, which greatly affects salaries and wages in the area. If you live in a state that has a lower cost of living, such as Arkansas, the radiology technician salary may be lower, than say California.

Table of Radiological Technician Salary by State

State Total Jobs Rad Tech Jobs per 1000 Hourly Mean Wage Annual Mean Wage
Alabama 3,780 2.089 $ 21.80 $ 45,350
Alaska 450 1.426 $ 32.00 $ 66,550
Arizona 4,600 1.934 $ 29.43 $ 61,220
Arkansas 2,330 2.040 $ 21.66 $ 45,050
California 17,170 1.223 $ 33.00 $ 68,650
Colorado 3,270 1.499 $ 28.26 $ 58,780
Connecticut 2,340 1.452 $ 30.76 $ 63,970
Delaware 670 1.662 $ 30.18 $ 62,780
District of Columbia 700 1.079 $ 30.87 $ 64,200
Florida 14,650 2.048 $ 25.27 $ 52,570
Georgia 6,270 1.660 $ 24.35 $ 50,640
Hawaii 740 1.276 $ 32.17 $ 66,910
Idaho 1,020 1.715 $ 24.61 $ 51,190
Illinois 8,470 1.520 $ 28.02 $ 58,290
Indiana 5,020 1.819 $ 24.85 $ 51,690
Iowa 2,700 1.862 $ 22.27 $ 46,320
Kansas 2,380 1.819 $ 23.67 $ 49,240
Kentucky 4,020 2.320 $ 22.91 $ 47,640
Louisiana 2,850 1.547 $ 23.54 $ 48,960
Maine 1,040 1.812 $ 26.81 $ 55,760
Maryland 4,630 1.867 $ 32.66 $ 67,930
Massachusetts 6,590 2.086 $ 38.77 $ 80,630
Michigan 7,740 2.023 $ 24.95 $ 51,900
Minnesota 4,540 1.748 $ 28.23 $ 58,720
Mississippi 2,260 2.105 $ 21.89 $ 45,520
Missouri 5,580 2.152 $ 23.84 $ 49,580
Montana 810 1.901 $ 24.65 $ 51,270
Nebraska 1,500 1.657 $ 23.47 $ 48,810
Nevada 1,510 1.357 $ 31.90 $ 66,340
New Hampshire 1,060 1.751 $ 28.51 $ 59,300
New Jersey 6,440 1.708 $ 30.65 $ 63,750
New Mexico 890 1.141 $ 26.82 $ 55,780
New York 13,310 1.580 $ 30.70 $ 63,860
North Carolina 7,660 2.007 $ 26.05 $ 54,190
North Dakota 560 1.519 $ 22.25 $ 46,270
Ohio 10,110 2.031 $ 24.49 $ 50,950
Oklahoma 2,620 1.748 $ 23.50 $ 48,870
Oregon 2,390 1.504 $ 30.45 $ 63,330
Pennsylvania 10,500 1.892 $ 25.90 $ 53,870
Rhode Island 1,100 2.441 $ 30.84 $ 64,150
South Carolina 3,460 1.949 $ 25.12 $ 52,240
South Dakota 930 2.356 $ 22.42 $ 46,620
Tennessee 5,800 2.230 $ 23.53 $ 48,930
Texas 15,450 1.499 $ 25.96 $ 54,010
Utah 1,500 1.287 $ 24.07 $ 50,060
Vermont 470 1.618 $ 25.36 $ 52,740
Virginia 5,320 1.498 $ 27.64 $ 57,490
Washington 4,450 1.634 $ 31.50 $ 65,520
West Virginia 1,910 2.731 $ 21.31 $ 44,330
Wisconsin 4,610 1.744 $ 26.16 $ 54,410
Wyoming 390 1.419 $ 25.07 $ 52,150

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