2023 Radiography Salary
There are about 46,517 students enrolled in Radiography in the USA.
Compared to national avg.
Average Salary Two Years Out of School
Vs. National Avg.
Starting college is a major investment for most undergraduates. It is critical to make sure you are well positioned to justify your investment. We aim for the following career and income information to assist you in making an intelligent decision when choosing your major.
The average Radiography major earns a starting salary of $48,011 a year (top 24%). Further into their work lives, they ordinarily make somewhere between $33,139 and $91,791, but average close to $55,990. To put it in context, that's 45% higher than the national average.
The most popular job title for a Radiography graduate is Staff Technologist, which commonly make approximately $58,000; next are Staff Radiologic Technologist and Radiologic Technologist Assistant, which normally make near $30,000 and $19,000 respectively.
The Rocky Mountains has the most well paid Radiography graduates. The most well paid state for Radiography alumni is UT. Big West Conference has the most well paid Radiography graduates of any conference..