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 about the same as related careers in Utah. On average, they make less than informatics nurse specialists but more than biomedical engineers.

Career Median Salary
Informatics nurse specialist salary $78K
Clinical psychologist salary $71K
Counseling psychologist salary $71K
Speech language pathologist salary $78K
Nurse educator salary $73K
Nuclear medicine technologist salary $75K
Diagnostic medical sonographer salary $77K
Optometrist salary $71K
Audiologist salary $73K
Biomedical engineer salary $70K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)