Medical Technologist Salaries in North Carolina

A North Carolina medical technologist salary can vary depending on the position and location of the technologist. Obviously, those in supervisory roles are going to have higher salaries than those that are not. Clinical laboratory science is a field that is ever growing. This is good news to those in the field because high demand means higher salaries.

Some of the cities in North Carolina and average salaries for medical technologists in those cities are listed below. Keep in mind that the median national salary for this position as stated by the Department of Labor in 2008 is $37,950. This salary will vary based on geographic location as well as the duties of the medical technologist.

  • Winston-Salem: $43,000
  • Rocky Mount: $41,000
  • Goldsboro: $43,000
  • Fayetteville: $54,000
  • Burlington: $44,000
  • Wilmington: $49,000

Since North Carolina does not require licensing for this position, educational degrees could provide the technologist with a great deal of upward mobility. Certification and a pursuit of high level degrees in this area is recommended in order to develop an exceptional portfolio in this area. Naturally, competency on the job and an obvious set of skills in performing required tasks is also encouraged and usually well compensated for as demonstrated by the median salary in North Carolina as compared to national levels. Applicants can review the list below to get an idea of some of the medical facilities in North Carolina that would possibly need their services.

  • Carolinas Medical Center
  • Cape Fear Hospital
  • Duke University Hospital
  • Forsyth Medical Center
  • Mission Hospitals-Mission Campus
  • New Hanover Regional Medical Center
  • North Carolina Baptist Hospital
  • Pitt County Memorial Hospital

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