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2023 Nuclear Medical Technology Salary

There are about 2,838 students enrolled in Nuclear Medical Technology in the USA.

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Starting college is a massive investment for most. It's important to be sure you get a strong return on your investment. We hope the following job placement and earnings information help you in deciding your focus at college.

The average Nuclear Medical Technology graduate makes a first year income of $48,011 per year (top 24%). With experience in their work lives, they can take home up to $91,722 down to $32,891, but average near $55,969. To put it in context, that is 45% north of the U.S. average.

The most popular work title for a Nuclear Medical Technology graduate is Staff Technologist, which typically earn roughly $58,000; next are Staff Radiologic Technologist and Radiologic Technologist Assistant, which generally earn approximately $30,000 and $19,000 respectively.

The Rocky Mountains has the highest grossing Nuclear Medical Technology graduates. The highest grossing state for Nuclear Medical Technology alumni is UT. The highest grossing conference for Nuclear Medical Technology graduates is Big West Conference.

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