Diagnostic medical sonographer earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Diagnostic medical sonographer salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $94,130
Alabama $56,350
Arkansas $62,090
Arizona $85,800
California $91,380
Colorado $84,660
Connecticut $79,770
District of Columbia $90,670
Delaware $72,160
Florida $65,560
Georgia $61,580
Hawaii $95,020
Iowa $68,910
Idaho $80,330
Illinois $76,590
Indiana $68,970
Kansas $72,420
Kentucky $65,790
Louisiana $59,130
Massachusetts $84,630
Maryland $75,620
Maine $77,070
Michigan $60,930
Minnesota $79,540
Missouri $70,680
Mississippi $60,980
Montana $76,500
North Carolina $66,930
North Dakota $71,030
Nebraska $63,070
New Hampshire $78,650
New Jersey $76,740
New Mexico $66,530
Nevada $75,650
New York $74,830
Ohio $64,410
Oklahoma $68,920
Oregon $88,360
Pennsylvania $64,142
Puerto Rico $24,830
Rhode Island $85,910
South Carolina $66,250
South Dakota $61,100
Tennessee $63,230
Texas $71,550
Utah $76,730
Virginia $74,020
Vermont $78,190
Washington $89,210
Wisconsin $84,020
West Virginia $59,880
Wyoming $69,140

How do diagnostic medical sonographer salaries compare to similar careers?

Diagnostic medical sonographers earn about the same as related careers in Hawaii. On average, they make less than registered nurses but more than health educators.

Career Median Salary
Registered nurse salary $96K
Acute care nurse practitioner salary $105K
Clinical nurse specialist salary $105K
Clinical psychologist salary $78K
Counseling psychologist salary $78K
Diagnostic medical sonographer salary $95K
Nuclear medicine technologist salary $92K
Physical therapist salary $90K
Magnetic resonance imaging technologist salary $92K
Health educator salary $74K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)