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Cardiac Sonography Salaries in New Jersey - NJ

Per the American Society of Echocardiography (ASE), the shortage of personnel has led to multiple jobs offers and ever-increasing compensation for new graduates of cardiac sonography training programs and for seasoned cardiac sonographers. This may be why the cardiac sonographer salary in New Jersey is the second-highest in the nation, at $63,140. This is much higher than the average annual earnings for cardiac sonographers elsewhere in the country, which are $49,730. In New Jersey, the Bureau of Labor Statistics says that in May 2009, there were 1100 cardiac sonographers employed, earning an average wage per hour of $30.36. The hourly wage cardiac sonographers in New Jersey receive is about six dollars higher than it is for echocardiographers who work in other parts of the country.

In addition to having the second-highest statewide wage for cardiac sonographers, one part of New Jersey pays its sonographers even more. The Allentown, PA-Easton, PA-Bethlehem-PA area, which is also classified as New Jersey due to its close proximity, is the second highest paying metropolitan area in which cardiac sonographers work. Echocardiographers working in this area make an average annual salary of $69,760, according to the BLS. Salaries found in New Jersey can differ from one city to another, which becomes obvious when viewing the average salaries of cardiac sonographers who work in a few of New Jersey’s largest cities:

Newark:  $82,000
Jersey City:  $82,000
Paterson:  $83,000
Elizabeth:  $83,000
Edison:  $83,000
Woodbridge:  $83,000

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