Radiology Technologist Salary in Georgia - GA

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) of the U.S. Department of Labor and the Georgia Department of Labor report that in 2008, there were 6080 practicing radiologic technologists and radiologic technicians in the state. Both the BLS and the Georgia Department of Labor predict that by 2018, there will be approximately 7700 radiologic technologists and technicians working in Georgia. In 2009, the median radiologic technologist salary in Georgia was $24.18 per hour or $50,300 per year. These figures are quite close to the national average salaries for technologists working in other states.

Radiologist technologist salaries do and tend to differ depending upon the type of facility in which one works, educational background, certification status, and the city or non metropolitan area in which one works. The BLS reports the following average annual income figures for radiologic technologists working in the cities and non-metropolitan areas of Georgia:

  • Albany:  $40,600
  • Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta:  $53,800
  • Augusta-Richmond County, GA-SC:  $46,900
  • Gainesville:  $56,300
  • Macon:  $51,000
  • Middle Georgia:  $42,600
  • North Georgia:  $46,900
  • Savannah:  $48,500
  • South Georgia:  $40,200
  • Valdosta:  $38,600
  • Athens-Clarke County:  $41,200
  • Brunswick:  $55,100
  • Chattanooga, TN-GA:  $52,200
  • Columbus, GA-AL:  $45,400
  • Dalton:  $50,800
  • East Georgia:  $43,300
  • Rome:  $48,400
  • Warner Robins:  $45,200

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