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Radiology Salary in Pennsylvania

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On average, radiology salary in Pennsylvania is $53,000 per year. Salary data found on citytowninfo.com indicates that the cities of Lancaster, York, and Allentown are currently paying the highest radiology salaries in Pennsylvania. It is expected, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Labor, that 221 new radiology jobs will open up each year. We've compiled some information below to give you an idea of what the various radiology jobs in PA are paying on average, and to give you a look at the job market and highest paying cities.

RegionCareerAnnual Median Wage
PennsylvaniaNuclear Medicine Technologists66450
PennsylvaniaCardiovascular Technologists and Technicians50920
PennsylvaniaDiagnostic Medical Sonographers60400
PennsylvaniaRadiologic Technologists53030
*This data is sourced from the 2014 BLS employment report (BLS.gov)

Metro Areas with Highest Radiology Salary in PA

The areas paying the highest radiology salary in Pennsylvania are Lancaster, York, and Allentown, using data from citytowninfo.com. While the more populated cities in Pennsylvania like Pittsburgh and Philadelphia still pay an average mean salary of As usual, the metro areas tend to pay higher salaries;however, the cost of living also tends to be higher, which would account for the higher pay.

Highest Salary for Radiology in PAAvg Salary
Lancaster $54,270
York $53,590
Allentown $52,900
Allentown $52,900
Pittsburgh $51,000
Philadelphia $52,000

Radiology Job Outlook in Pennsylvania

The job outlook for radiology workers in Pennsylvania is considered above average with a significant amount of new jobs being formed every year in relation to the population. Studies by the Department of Labor have shown that those who have skill sets in addition to just the core such as being combined with Medical Assisting or another imaging modality such as MRI Technician or Computed Tomography are likely to have better chances of filling these available roles. There is; however, a trend toward more medical imaging jobs popping up in outpatient diagnostic imaging labs. The radiology salary in PA is expected to keep pace with the national average and the influx of needs from the ever-aging baby boomers is becoming a factor in this as well. To learn more, check out the Radiology Schools in Pennsylvania page. Here you will find a list of featured radiology schools as well as information about what it's like to attend radiology school in some of the more popular cities in PA.

 

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