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Radiology Tech Salary by State Index

This sortable radiology tech salary and outlook table provides key data for individuals interested in starting a career as a radiologic technologist. You will find the average annual salary in your state as well as the projected growth rate for radiologic tech jobs from 2010-2020. Additionally, you can find the percentage of the median home list price that the average salary buys and the number of radiologic techs employed in each state. The states are ranked based on a combination of the job growth rate and the average salary/median home price ratio. Click on your state to learn about radiologic technology programs in your state.

RankState2012 Average Radiologic Technologist Salary2013 Zillow Median Property List Price% of Median Home Average Salary Buys (Higher = Better)Projected Radiologic Tech Employment in 20202010 Total Radiologic Technologists Employed10-year Growth Rate (2010-2020)Best States for Radiologic Technologists (Avg=1)
Idaho$50,770$189,50027%1400100040%1.26
Indiana$51,410$129,90040%6360500027%1.26
Arizona$60,850$215,00028%7250531037%1.22
Maine$55,140$195,90028%1470107037%1.22
Ohio$50,960$124,90041%126301020024%1.22
Oklahoma$48,790$144,00034%3300253030%1.21
Kansas$48,920$133,00037%3120248026%1.19
Montana$51,580$269,90019%101070044%1.19
Texas$52,660$193,50027%209101535036%1.19
Georgia$49,730$172,00029%8150613033%1.17
Michigan$52,850$124,90042%8280694019%1.15
Iowa$46,750$131,80035%3240260025%1.13
Kentucky$48,430$139,90035%5330426025%1.13
Minnesota$59,330$184,90032%5670443028%1.13
Wisconsin$54,290$156,90035%5770465024%1.11
Alaska$67,980$249,00027%56443131%1.09
South Carolina$51,400$179,00029%4310338028%1.07
Tennessee$48,150$160,00030%6610520027%1.07
West Virginia$44,210$139,50032%2510201025%1.07
Missouri$50,080$137,90036%6900573020%1.05
Alabama$44,940$164,90027%4440347028%1.04
New Mexico$55,500$199,90028%97077026%1.02
Oregon$63,480$255,00025%3027234529%1.02
Mississippi$45,080$150,00030%2630216022%0.98
Nevada$62,590$189,90033%1890159019%0.98
Utah$50,260$234,90021%2030155031%0.98
Louisiana$48,610$166,30029%3580294022%0.96
Maryland$64,830$265,00024%5800455027%0.96
Virginia$56,530$240,00024%6790535027%0.96
Florida$51,380$199,90026%180801457024%0.94
Massachusetts$82,080$339,90024%8680690026%0.94
Delaware$59,930$249,00024%1320106025%0.92
Illinois$58,340$164,90035%9630846014%0.92
North Carolina$52,770$192,00027%9350765022%0.92
North Dakota$46,670$195,90024%75060025%0.92
Wyoming$54,310$220,00025%52042024%0.92
Connecticut$63,450$265,00024%2990241024%0.90
South Dakota$46,130$169,00027%111091521%0.90
Nebraska$48,710$139,00035%1910171012%0.89
Pennsylvania$52,970$169,90031%119201024016%0.89
Washington$64,960$265,00025%5480448022%0.89
New Hampshire$58,880$229,90026%1260105020%0.87
California$70,590$400,00018%213001720024%0.79
Rhode Island$65,750$249,90026%1280110016%0.79
Arkansas$43,940$139,90031%259023709%0.76
New York$64,290$300,00021%159201334019%0.75
Washington DC$67,500$479,80014%102081026%0.75
New Jersey$62,810$279,90022%7720679014%0.68
Hawaii$66,610$498,50013%89074020%0.62
Colorado$57,830$279,90021%NANANA
VermontNA$229,900NA47054015%

References:
1. Bureau of Labor Statistics: https://www.bls.gov/oes/current/oessrcst.htm
2. Zillow.com: http://www.zillow.com/home-values/
3. Projections Central, Long Term Occupational Projections: http://www.projectionscentral.com/Projections/LongTerm
4. South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation: http://dlr.sd.gov/lmic/menu_projections_occupation.aspx
5. Oregon Employment Department: https://www.qualityinfo.org/home
6. Mississippi Department of Employment Security: http://mdes.ms.gov/information-center/labor-market-information/occupational-projections/
7. State of Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development: http://live.laborstats.alaska.gov/occfcst/