Cardiovascular technologist and technician earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Cardiovascular technologist and technician salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $55,770
Alabama $52,810
Arkansas $46,390
Arizona $52,600
California $68,510
Colorado $69,000
Connecticut $75,350
District of Columbia $82,820
Delaware $53,140
Florida $47,820
Georgia $59,900
Guam $31,150
Hawaii $48,940
Iowa $50,600
Idaho $57,620
Illinois $56,780
Indiana $54,050
Kansas $52,280
Kentucky $49,370
Louisiana $38,320
Massachusetts $76,870
Maryland $60,530
Maine $63,490
Michigan $56,960
Minnesota $66,230
Missouri $47,360
Mississippi $36,440
Montana $68,150
North Carolina $66,830
North Dakota $55,960
Nebraska $44,870
New Hampshire $62,890
New Jersey $74,720
New Mexico $57,640
Nevada $66,730
New York $63,180
Ohio $54,380
Oklahoma $36,550
Oregon $78,810
Pennsylvania $50,780
Puerto Rico $27,970
Rhode Island $72,360
South Carolina $59,990
South Dakota $46,750
Tennessee $45,650
Texas $50,880
Utah $55,460
Virginia $62,460
Vermont $46,550
Washington $53,810
Wisconsin $59,510
West Virginia $30,990
Wyoming $48,290

How do cardiovascular technologist and technician salaries compare to similar careers?

Cardiovascular technologists and technicians earn 8% less than similar careers in the United States. On average, they make less than diagnostic medical sonographers but more than hearing aid specialists.

Career Median Salary
Diagnostic medical sonographer salary $74K
Magnetic resonance imaging technologist salary $73K
Orthotist and prosthetist salary $68K
Registered nurse salary $66K
Healthcare social worker salary $57K
Cardiovascular technologist and technician salary $58K
Physical therapist assistant salary $53K
Health educator salary $53K
Radiologic technologist salary $54K
Hearing aid specialist salary $53K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)