Radiology Technologist Salary in Illinois - IL

According to the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) and the Illinois Department of Employment Security, the median radiologic technologist salary in Illinois is just a bit higher than the average national salary. A radiologic technologist working in Illinois can expect to make approximately $55,500 annually or about $2,300 more than the average national salary for radiologic technologists. Those earning 75 percent more world make about $67,400 annually, while those in the 90 percent bracket can earn up to $79,300.

Of course, radiology technologist salaries tend to change based on many factors. First, the type of facility where one works influences salary. Educational level and degree held will also have some bearing on a radiologic technologist’s salary, as will years of experience in the profession. Finally, the city within Illinois in which one works can have some effect on salaries as well. This is proven by looking at the following salary statistics for radiologic technologists working in various areas in Illinois:

  • Champaign-Urbana:  $50,200
  • Chicago-Joliet-Naperville:  $60,400
  • Davenport-Moline-Rock Island IA-IL:  $45,400
  • Decatur:  $63,500
  • East Central Illinois:  $45,600
  • Lake County-Kenosha County, IL-WI:  $66,700
  • Northwest Illinois:  $48,000
  • Peoria:  $45,200
  • Rockford:  $46,900
  • Springfield:  $49,200

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