Nuclear medicine technologist earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Nuclear medicine technologist salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $87,590
Alabama $62,790
Arkansas $73,190
Arizona $84,590
California $112,890
Colorado $85,960
Connecticut $88,160
District of Columbia $94,160
Delaware $80,330
Florida $72,120
Georgia $74,720
Hawaii $92,090
Iowa $72,920
Idaho $78,680
Illinois $83,680
Indiana $73,350
Kansas $76,290
Kentucky $69,110
Louisiana $68,280
Massachusetts $83,490
Maryland $80,860
Maine $73,400
Michigan $70,630
Minnesota $87,330
Missouri $74,880
Mississippi $65,540
Montana $75,690
North Carolina $69,060
North Dakota $74,190
Nebraska $68,130
New Hampshire $83,420
New Jersey $91,590
New Mexico $75,800
Nevada $80,870
New York $86,990
Ohio $72,000
Oklahoma $72,960
Oregon $87,540
Pennsylvania $61,257
Puerto Rico $36,290
Rhode Island $88,880
South Carolina $71,270
South Dakota $65,190
Tennessee $64,690
Texas $77,050
Utah $74,790
Virginia $71,710
Vermont $82,740
Washington $92,150
Wisconsin $80,770
West Virginia $59,240
Wyoming $73,670

How do nuclear medicine technologist salaries compare to similar careers?

Nuclear medicine technologists earn 6% less than similar careers in District of Columbia. On average, they make less than physician assistants but more than occupational therapists.

Career Median Salary
Physician assistant salary $115K
Anesthesiologist assistant salary $115K
Nurse practitioner salary $110K
Informatics nurse specialist salary $105K
Audiologist salary $100K
Nuclear medicine technologist salary $94K
Clinical psychologist salary $85K
Counseling psychologist salary $85K
Neuropsychologist salary $97K
Occupational therapist salary $92K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)