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Schools and Education

What’s Needed:

  • A two year associate degree program is the most common training path for radiologic technologists.
  • Certificate programs are an option for some of the subspecialties with bachelor degrees increasingly being promoted within the profession.
  • Programs are offered by both schools and hospitals.
  • A point of interest is that starting in 2015 an associate degree or greater will be required for registration through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).

What you study: Studies usually include:

  • anatomy;
  • patient positioning;
  • examinations;
  • equipment;
  • radiation safety;
  • radiation protection; and
  • basic patient care.

As a radiologic technologist you might specialize further learning specific techniques such as bone densitometry cardiovascular-interventional radiography or sonography.

What courses you’ll take

Below are examples of courses that you’ll likely take as a radiologic technology student.

Course Studies Purpose
Radiologic Technology and Practices Kicks off program studies with an overview of the profession covering topics such as: its role in the health care industry; historical perspectives; types of procedures and equipment; ethics; caring for patients and their emotional needs; patient consents; equipment; and an introduction to patient positioning skills. Studies also overview basic patient care including: communication skills; patient transfers; safe practices; infection control; vital signs; emergencies; and administering medication intravenously. Gives students core knowledge of the profession that will serve as a foundation for future studies and field experiences.
Radiologic Physics Overviews the principles of electrical and radiation physics including: optics; electromagnetic ionizing radiation; production of X-ray beams; circuitry tubes; and equipment operation. Teach underlying science of radiology as related to the profession that serves as foundation knowledge for further studies and field experiences.
Radiographic Anatomy and Positioning Introduces the anatomy and radiographic positioning of the body for: chest; abdomen; thorax; pelvis; spine; skull; brain; G.I. tract; G.U. tract; skull; neck; salivary glands; and skeleton. Covers related topics for procedures with pediatric geriatric and psychiatric patients. Includes other related subjects such as: tomography equipment; drug side effects; CT scanning positioning; opaque media; shadowing techniques; and critique of radiographic images. Ready students with the understanding and techniques needed to properly position their patients for radiologic applications.
Radiographic Equipment & Imaging Surveys the types of radiologic applications and equipment including principles related to: x-ray production; x-ray machines; flouroscopy; image receptors; control of scatter radiation; and factors the impact the quality of radiographic images. For imaging studies may include: exposure calculations; use of accessories; dark room procedures; digital image processing; and radiographic imaging systems. Prepare students to effectively work with their radiographic equipment and devices for successfully capturing images.
Radiation Protection Reviews concepts and techniques to be applied for minimizing patient and worker exposure to ionizing radiation. Covers physiological effects and related regulatory codes for radiation exposure. Provide students with knowledge and techniques for ensuring patient and radiographic operator safety from excessive radiation exposure.
Clinical Experience Usually completed over multiple semesters provides experience in operating medical clinics such as in a hospital or medical center under supervision of licensed radiologic technologists. Experiences entail observation assistance and performing a variety of procedures. Give students hands-on experiences with radiographic procedures that assimilates all of their classroom knowledge and readies them for the workplace.


Video Overview

Briefly recaps radiologic technologist careers. Created for the US Dept. of Labor.

This is a very helpful video overview of the radiologic technologist profession produced by several organizations and associations in the field. It features several student radiologic technologists in action.


Tips for Selecting a School

Here is a checklist of information to gather about a radiologic technologist program before selecting it:

  • Accreditation: In this field graduating from an accredited program is very important. Most states require this to obtain a license. Accreditation also provides some assurance of the overall quality of the program. The top accreditation in this field is one from the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) which notes that it is the only U.S. Dept. of Education approved accreditor for this field.
  • Equipment: Does the program have state-of-the-art medical imaging and/or radiation equipment for students? This is one of those fields that evolves quickly. For instance Advent University in Florida highlights its use of an energized x-ray machine in combination with a digital imaging system to enable real-time case studies.
  • Clinical: What is the breakdown in clinical vs. classroom time? For example Midwestern State University in Texas focuses the first year of their two year program on classroom and lab training with the second year mostly clinical time at area hospitals.
  • Breadth of offerings: More available technologist specializations within a program gives you more options upfront and later should you decide to switch. Programs that offer bachelor degrees which are being increasingly promoted in the field can give you the flexibility to go further in that program. For instance Midwestern State University offers a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree.
  • Certification pass rates: What is the pass rate of graduating students for the ARRT certification exam? Also are all student qualified for taking the exam upon completion of the program. The national average pass rate is about 90 percent. One example here is that San Jacinto Community College in Texas reports a 96% pass rate with 2011 graduates passing at a 100% rate.
  • Job placements: What is the track record of the programs placement of its graduates directly into the profession? Are there local hospitals or imaging centers that tend to take on many of the graduates? Consider contacting such potential employers to get their feedback on the program you are considering. For instance Advent University in Orlando Florida reports an 83% placement rate and that many of its graduates go to work for its affiliate hospital Florida Hospital.


Top Schools

Here are overviews for several of the largest radiologic technology programs based on the number of recent graduates:

  • San Jacinto Community College Pasadena Texas – SJCC offers associate degrees in applied science for medical radiography within its medical imaging department. Accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) the program is full time and includes rotations through Pasadena area hospitals. Graduates are eligible for the certification examination given by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) in diagnostic medical radiography. The program reports that as of 2012 their pass rate on this exam is 96 percent versus the national average of 90.5 percent.
  • Adventist University of Health Sciences Orlando Florida – The university for the Florida Hospital system their associate degree program is accredited by JRCERT. The program highlights state of the art systems in its labs such as an energized x-ray machine that is linked to a digital imaging and archiving system with Florida Hospital enabling real-time case studies. Students rotate through the Florida Hospital system. As of 2012 the school reports a 96% ARRT pass rate a 68% retention rate and 83% graduate placement rate. Many of their grads go to work for Florida Hospital. The school notes that grads have gone on to gain advanced certifications for various specialties manage radiology departments become educators in imaging programs and become vendor sales and training specialists.
  • Midwestern State University Wichita Falls Texas
  • – MSU has associate bachelor and master degree offerings in Radiologic Sciences. Accredited by JRCERT MSU’s associate program writes that it considers the most effective way to prepare students is a progression from classroom theory to laboratory practice to clinical time. The first year is focused on classes and laboratory settings. At the beginning of the second year students take on clinical time with some online classes.

  • St. Philip’s College San Antonio Texas – This school’s Associate of Applied Science Degree program is accredited by JRCERT. The program runs 24 months including summers going from 7 am to 3 pm weekdays. This particular program’s admission requirements include a grade point average of 2.8 out of 4 for prerequisite college coursework minimum 12th grade reading level shown via tests and completion of at least three college courses including one in humanities. The school also gives credit for previous degrees and certifications towards a program application.


A Day in the Life

You will be at the front line for performing diagnostic exams.

As a radiologic technologist your day can vary quite a bit by area of specialization. You’ll almost always be working with patients during the day — whether it be taking that x-ray for a child’s broken leg getting a detailed image for diagnosing a heart disease or setting up treatments for cancer patients or any other of a wide range of procedures.

If you are part of a medical imaging team you’ll be at the front line for performing diagnostic exams. You’ll be responsible for precisely positioning your patients so that a quality image results. You’ll work closely with radiologists the physicians that interpret the images in order diagnose medical conditions.

Depending on your imaging specialization you might be responsible for the following activities:

  • Calculating bone densities using special x-ray equipment
  • Guiding medical tools like a catheter by applying sophisticated imaging techniques
  • Operating magnetic resonance equipment that apply magnetic fields in a patient’s body in order to create highly detailed images
  • Administrating trace amounts of radiopharmaceuticals to gain helpful information about organs tissues and bones.
  • Use x-rays to produce black and white images of a patient’s anatomy such as the most common type of x-ray a chest x-ray.

For those involved with radation based cancer treatments specifically radiologic technologists and medical dosimetrists on a daily basis you’ll be responsible for:

  • Determining how much radiation to deliver to a tumor site
  • Target radiation doses to specific locations in a patient’s body
Day to day you’ll maintain equipment follow-up on physician orders prep patients and keep records.

Across all the areas of specialization your day to day role will including maintaining imaging equipment following up on orders from physicians preparing patients operating equipment and keeping patient records.

Areas of specialization can include x-ray computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) equipment. In these areas you might be called a CT technician or MRI technician. You might also specialize as a mammographer using low dose x-rays to create images of a women’s breast.


Certifications and Licensing

Most states require either licensing or certification with specifics varying by state. However most do require completing an accredited program and passing a certification examination. Exams may be administered by the state or may be from the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).

For a complete compilation of licensing requirements by state see the listing supplied by the US Bureau of Labor’s CareerOneStop site.


Job Prospects

Job growth prospects are considered to be strong for radiologic technologists. Trends cited by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics driving these prospects include:

  • Aging US population that will have more and more medical conditions requiring radiologic imaging.
  • More and more imaging being done outside of hospitals as part of outpatient care — such as physician offices and imaging centers.


Job Flexibility

Full- vs. part-time: Most work is full-time. Because many procedures are needed in emergency treatments many radiologic technologists work nights weekends or on call.

Work location: The work is also almost always on site most commonly at a hospital but also physician offices imaging centers and outpatient clinics.


Recommended Websites

Here are several sites that we consider among the best resources for researching radiologic technologist careers:

  • US Dept of Labor Occupational Handbook — A great reference for a wide range of basic information and data for this line of work. Because this handbook takes a strong reference approach to presenting what the radiologic technologist career involves other sites that can offer more personalized content ought to be also consulted.
  • American Society of Radiologic Technologists – This association represents those working in medical imaging and radiation therapy fields. The site is comprehensive and current. It has a very good info on careers describing: the various subspecialties avialable to technologists what they do in their jobs education optinos career pathways and overview videos. There is also a well supplied job listing section.
  • Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) — JRCERT accredits training programs in radiography radiation therapy magnetic resonance and medical dosimetry. Programs with JRCERT accreditation are often required for licensure within a state. The site has a database of currently accredited programs in the US as well as programs that are applying for accreditation. Anyone considering a program would be well advised to checking out this database.
  • The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists — This organization credentials individual practitioners through testing and certification. On this site you will find detailed reviews of what education is needed for ARRT certification as well as other ongoing requirements. Students will also find a well done FAQs section.
  • Explore Health Careers – Run by the non-profit American Dental Education Association this site gives a well organized presentation about the radiologic technologist career as well as many other related allied health professions.


Salaries by City

See typical salaries and ranges for this career below*. Shift click to sort by more than one column — for example first shift-click on state and then shift-click on salary to find best and worst salaries in each state.

State City / Region Typical Salary Salary Range Job Count % of All Jobs
AK Anchorage $69070 $53K – $88K 210 0.12%
AK Fairbanks $61450 $50K – $86K N/A N/A
AL Anniston – Oxford $39420 $31K – $50K 110 0.26%
AL Auburn – Opelika $42390 $32K – $59K 70 0.15%
AL Birmingham – Hoover $47670 $28K – $66K 910 0.19%
AL Decatur $42930 $29K – $53K 80 0.15%
AL Dothan $42240 $30K – $57K 150 0.27%
AL Florence – Muscle Shoals $45550 $32K – $63K 120 0.23%
AL Gadsden $41090 $29K – $56K 120 0.37%
AL Huntsville $44470 $27K – $60K 320 0.16%
AL Mobile $44900 $32K – $60K 260 0.16%
AL Montgomery $44400 $28K – $61K 290 0.18%
AL Tuscaloosa $47110 $34K – $61K 220 0.24%
AR Fayetteville – Springdale – Rogers $42870 $28K – $61K 270 0.13%
AR Fort Smith $41100 $32K – $54K 150 0.13%
AR Hot Springs $38540 $26K – $58K 100 0.27%
AR Jonesboro $43340 $30K – $59K 130 0.26%
AR Little Rock – North Little Rock – Conway $47230 $31K – $62K 740 0.22%
AZ Lake Havasu City $ Kingman $65070 $50K – $77K 100 0.22%
AZ Phoenix – Mesa – Glendale $60110 $42K – $84K 2790 0.16%
AZ Prescott N/A N/A – N/A 80 0.15%
AZ Tucson $55570 $43K – $72K 510 0.15%
CA Bakersfield – Delano $64550 $50K – $85K 280 0.10%
CA Chico $61500 $42K – $83K 100 0.15%
CA El Centro $64980 $49K – $75K 60 0.11%
CA Fresno $71550 $51K – $110K 280 0.09%
CA Hanford – Corcoran $67890 $53K – $88K 80 0.22%
CA Los Angeles – Long Beach – Glendale (Metro Area) $67090 $40K – $92K 4160 0.11%
CA Merced $66090 $34K – $95K 70 0.12%
CA Modesto $75540 $55K – $97K 240 0.15%
CA Napa $90530 $69K – $114K 40 0.07%
CA Oakland – Fremont – Hayward (Metro Area) $90230 $61K – $117K 960 0.10%
CA Oxnard – Thousand Oaks – Ventura $58970 $41K – $89K 310 0.11%
CA Redding $55550 $41K – $79K 110 0.19%
CA Riverside – San Bernardino – Ontario $65310 $40K – $83K 1100 0.09%
CA Sacramento – Arden – Arcade – Roseville $76180 $51K – $108K 850 0.10%
CA Salinas $59140 $33K – $92K 140 0.09%
CA San Diego – Carlsbad – San Marcos $66440 $41K – $95K 1330 0.11%
CA San Francisco – San Mateo – Redwood City (Metro Area) $85340 $51K – $117K 920 0.09%
CA San Jose – Sunnyvale – Santa Clara $86890 $54K – $114K 680 0.08%
CA San Luis Obispo – Paso Robles $67930 $38K – $90K 100 0.10%
CA Santa Ana – Anaheim – Irvine (Metro Area) $62570 $33K – $91K 1510 0.11%
CA Santa Barbara – Santa Maria – Goleta $67480 $50K – $92K 140 0.08%
CA Santa Cruz – Watsonville $70470 $41K – $93K 150 0.17%
CA Santa Rosa – Petaluma $72350 $44K – $107K 140 230 0.12%
CA Vallejo – Fairfield $89880 $60K – $117K 200 0.17%
CA Visalia – Porterville $65380 $38K – $105K 90 0.07%
CO Boulder $50300 $39K – $73K 260 0.16%
CO Colorado Springs $52560 $38K – $72K 390 0.16%
CO Denver – Aurora – Broomfield $60410 $41K – $86K 1680 0.14%
CO Fort Collins – Loveland $48060 $27K – $73K 250 0.19%
CT Bridgeport – Stamford – Norwalk $60460 $44K – $89K 560 0.14%
CT Danbury $66570 $51K – $89K 180 0.27%
CT Hartford – West Hartford – East Hartford $62630 $49K – $82K 700 0.13%
CT New Haven $62220 $50K – $76K 420 0.16%
CT Norwich – New London $66540 $48K – $92K 180 0.14%
CT Waterbury $62710 $50K – $80K 160 0.26%
DC Washington – Arlington – Alexandria (Metro Area) $67110 $49K – $90K 2430 0.10%
DE Dover $60130 $47K – $77K N/A N/A
DE Wilmington (Metro Area) $61570 $42K – $75K 400 0.12%
FL Cape Coral – Fort Myers $57550 $42K – $74K 410 0.20%
FL Crestview – Fort Walton Beach – Destin $47800 $35K – $61K 90 0.12%
FL Deltona – Daytona Beach – Ormond Beach $49390 $35K – $62K 290 0.19%
FL Fort Lauderdale – Pompano Beach – Deerfield Beach (Metro Area) $55550 $42K – $76K 1110 0.16%
FL Gainesville $49410 $37K – $67K 350 0.29%
FL Jacksonville $51530 $38K – $68K 1010 0.17%
FL Lakeland – Winter Haven $49920 $34K – $61K 310 0.16%
FL Miami – Miami Beach – Kendall (Metro Area) $46820 $34K – $68K 1340 0.13%
FL Naples – Marco Island $56740 $38K – $77K 220 0.19%
FL North Port – Bradenton – Sarasota $54130 $39K – $69K 580 0.24%
FL Ocala $50530 $33K – $65K 120 0.14%
FL Orlando – Kissimmee – Sanford $46780 $30K – $64K 1110 0.11%
FL Palm Bay – Melbourne – Titusville $48790 $39K – $69K 350 0.18%
FL Panama City – Lynn Haven – Panama City Beach $45790 $36K – $63K 120 0.17%
FL Pensacola – Ferry Pass – Brent $46570 $37K – $60K 350 0.23%
FL Port St. Lucie $48180 $34K – $62K 220 0.18%
FL Punta Gorda $51380 $35K – $62K 80 0.21%
FL Sebastian – Vero Beach $48560 $39K – $66K 60 0.14%
FL Tallahassee $53740 $34K – $74K 270 0.17%
FL Tampa – St. Petersburg – Clearwater $52230 $38K – $68K 1820 0.16%
FL West Palm Beach – Boca Raton – Boynton Beach (Metro Area) $51950 $34K – $71K 930 0.18%
GA Albany $45780 $33K – $67K 170 0.28%
GA Athens – Clarke County $53470 $40K – $68K 170 0.22%
GA Atlanta – Sandy Springs – Marietta $51500 $34K – $69K 2530 0.11%
GA Augusta – Richmond County $53890 $39K – $71K 430 0.21%
GA Columbus $47750 $35K – $68K 190 0.17%
GA Dalton $52900 $39K – $70K 70 0.11%
GA Macon $48400 $36K – $70K 240 0.26%
GA Rome $50840 $36K – $72K 120 0.34%
GA Savannah $46730 $36K – $62K 230 0.16%
GA Valdosta $46920 $31K – $58K 140 0.28%
GA Warner Robins $45230 $34K – $58K 100 0.18%
HI Honolulu $69260 $51K – $89K 430 0.10%
IA Cedar Rapids $44420 $32K – $63K 200 0.14%
IA Davenport – Moline – Rock Island $46020 $35K – $59K 330 0.19%
IA Des Moines – West Des Moines $47970 $38K – $61K 460 0.14%
IA Dubuque $38280 $33K – $57K 100 0.18%
IA Iowa City $51550 $40K – $69K 170 0.20%
IA Sioux City $44660 $34K – $66K 110 0.16%
IA Waterloo – Cedar Falls $46000 $34K – $61K 140 0.16%
ID Boise City – Nampa $52270 $41K – $70K 320 0.12%
ID Coeur d’Alene ID $46120 $39K – $58K 60 0.13%
ID Lewiston $51550 $36K – $67K 60 0.27%
ID Pocatello $46410 $34K – $69K 70 0.22%
IL Bloomington – Normal $43900 $28K – $72K 130 0.15%
IL Champaign – Urbana N/A N/A – N/A 160 0.17%
IL Chicago – Joliet – Naperville (Metro Area) $61870 $42K – $82K 4710 0.13%
IL Danville $53830 $40K – $72K 50 0.20%
IL Lake County – Kenosha County (Metro Area) $56020 $40K – $73K 360 0.10%
IL Peoria $50900 $32K – $74K 490 0.27%
IL Rockford $56010 $41K – $75K 310 0.22%
IL Springfield $54170 $35K – $76K 230 0.21%
IN Bloomington $49740 $35K – $70K 120 0.17%
IN Elkhart – Goshen $54950 $43K – $71K 90 0.09%
IN Evansville $47370 $33K – $65K 330 0.19%
IN Fort Wayne $47830 $37K – $63K 320 0.16%
IN Gary (Metro Area) $51010 $38K – $69K 430 0.16%
IN Indianapolis – Carmel $54460 $39K – $72K 1370 0.15%
IN Kokomo $52940 $36K – $72K 110 0.28%
IN Lafayette $46030 $35K – $65K 120 0.14%
IN Michigan City – La Porte $49820 $38K – $65K 90 0.22%
IN Muncie $49490 $36K – $64K 90 0.20%
IN South Bend – Mishawaka $47310 $39K – $65K 180 0.14%
IN Terre Haute $47120 $33K – $67K 140 0.22%
KS Manhattan $46030 $30K – $59K 60 0.11%
KS Topeka $45830 $34K – $67K 190 0.18%
KS Wichita $45790 $36K – $65K 380 0.14%
KY Bowling Green $47080 $34K – $66K 100 0.17%
KY Elizabethtown $48100 $36K – $64K 90 0.20%
KY Lexington – Fayette $48350 $33K – $68K 690 0.28%
KY Louisville – Jefferson County $49020 $34K – $72K 1210 0.20%
KY Owensboro $47190 $36K – $59K 140 0.28%
LA Alexandria $40920 $32K – $59K 160 0.26%
LA Baton Rouge $50640 $38K – $71K 540 0.15%
LA Houma – Bayou Cane – Thibodaux $46620 $38K – $63K 120 0.13%
LA Lafayette $47700 $35K – $66K 160 0.10%
LA Lake Charles $45310 $34K – $59K 170 0.19%
LA Monroe $50900 $36K – $70K 250 0.33%
LA New Orleans – Metairie – Kenner $52410 $39K – $66K 640 0.12%
LA Shreveport – Bossier City $41660 $31K – $59K 310 0.18%
MA Barnstable Town $74380 $53K – $90K 100 0.11%
MA Boston – Cambridge – Quincy (Metro Area) N/A N/A – N/A 3150 0.18%
MA Brockton – Bridgewater – Easton (Metro Area) $67780 $51K – $91K 140 0.16%
MA Framingham (Metro Area) $66870 $49K – $89K 240 0.16%
MA Haverhill – North Andover – Amesbury (Metro Area) $61830 $43K – $76K 90 0.12%
MA Lawrence – Methuen – Salem (Metro Area) $62470 $44K – $86K 130 0.22%
MA Lowell – Billerica – Chelmsford (Metro Area) $60100 $49K – $86K 120 0.10%
MA New Bedford $62000 $49K – $90K 80 0.12%
MA Peabody (Metro Area) $60550 $48K – $85K 140 0.14%
MA Springfield $57740 $43K – $82K 470 0.16%
MA Taunton – Norton – Raynham (Metro Area) N/A N/A – N/A 60 0.13%
MA Worcester $67490 $42K – $92K 430 0.18%
MD Baltimore – Towson $67010 $50K – $87K 2290 0.18%
MD Bethesda – Rockville – Frederick (Metro Area) $65120 $39K – $88K 1000 0.18%
MD Cumberland $48810 $38K – $62K 100 0.29%
MD Hagerstown – Martinsburg $62310 $44K – $79K N/A N/A
MD Salisbury $53180 $41K – $72K 100 0.21%
ME Bangor N/A N/A – N/A 110 0.18%
ME Portland – South Portland – Biddeford $57900 $42K – $73K 290 0.15%
MI Ann Arbor $47900 $40K – $63K 470 0.24%
MI Battle Creek $51410 $37K – $65K 100 0.20%
MI Detroit – Livonia – Dearborn (Metro Area) $55870 $41K – $73K 1670 0.24%
MI Flint $45590 $33K – $61K 290 0.23%
MI Grand Rapids – Wyoming $47480 $34K – $62K 640 0.17%
MI Holland – Grand Haven $41690 $31K – $58K 100 0.10%
MI Kalamazoo – Portage $50680 $39K – $66K 220 0.17%
MI Lansing – East Lansing $52730 $36K – $70K 310 0.16%
MI Monroe $44690 $35K – $58K 50 0.15%
MI Niles – Benton Harbor $48380 $40K – $70K N/A N/A
MI Warren – Troy – Farmington Hills (Metro Area) $50660 $37K – $69K 1820 0.17%
MN Duluth $57030 $41K – $75K 220 0.18%
MN Mankato – North Mankato $49140 $40K – $61K 40 0.09%
MN Minneapolis – St. Paul – Bloomington $60970 $41K – $77K 2210 0.13%
MN St. Cloud $55790 $42K – $72K 170 0.18%
MO Cape Girardeau – Jackson $50120 $35K – $67K 100 0.23%
MO Columbia $49380 $36K – $72K 180 0.21%
MO Jefferson City $51200 $31K – $70K 130 0.19%
MO Kansas City $52680 $39K – $73K 1670 0.17%
MO Springfield $44140 $32K – $59K 460 0.25%
MO St. Joseph N/A N/A – N/A 110 0.21%
MO St. Louis $49270 $33K – $69K 2240 0.18%
MS Gulfport – Biloxi $44480 $31K – $66K 140 0.14%
MS Hattiesburg $43790 $33K – $58K 140 0.24%
MS Jackson $45730 $30K – $64K 420 0.17%
MS Pascagoula $42850 $33K – $63K 170 0.32%
MT Billings $46950 $32K – $84K 210 0.26%
MT Great Falls $52960 $41K – $67K 100 0.28%
MT Missoula $47460 $36K – $65K 90 0.17%
NC Asheville $47400 $34K – $67K 420 0.25%
NC Burlington $47040 $36K – $69K 60 0.10%
NC Charlotte – Gastonia – Rock Hill $51900 $38K – $71K 1040 0.12%
NC Fayetteville $48450 $36K – $70K 240 0.19%
NC Goldsboro $45470 $29K – $92K 50 0.14%
NC Greensboro – High Point $54890 $40K – $72K 490 0.14%
NC Greenville $46960 $39K – $76K 100 0.14%
NC Hickory – Lenoir – Morganton $56200 $40K – $76K 200 0.14%
NC Jacksonville $47910 $36K – $60K 70 0.15%
NC Raleigh – Cary $51550 $37K – $70K 630 0.12%
NC Rocky Mount $46360 $34K – $70K 120 0.21%
NC Wilmington $46810 $35K – $62K 240 0.18%
NC Winston – Salem $55220 $41K – $73K 580 0.29%
ND Bismarck $44530 $38K – $54K 90 0.14%
ND Fargo $46290 $35K – $60K 170 0.14%
NE Lincoln $48860 $35K – $63K 240 0.15%
NE Omaha – Council Bluffs $46890 $35K – $65K 880 0.20%
NH Manchester $58870 $43K – $76K 170 0.17%
NH Nashua (Metro Area) $63920 $44K – $78K 150 0.11%
NH Portsmouth $56620 $42K – $74K N/A N/A
NH Rochester – Dover $59800 $39K – $76K 100 0.19%
NJ Atlantic City – Hammonton $59390 $45K – $75K 230 0.17%
NJ Camden (Metro Area) $59280 $47K – $74K 920 0.19%
NJ Edison – New Brunswick (Metro Area) $61660 $49K – $2K 1280 0.13%
NJ Newark – Union (Metro Area) $64220 $51K – $81K 1390 0.15%
NJ Trenton – Ewing $63540 $51K – $77K 370 0.17%
NJ Vineland – Millville – Bridgeton $63590 $49K – $76K 140 0.24%
NM Albuquerque $56490 $43K – $77K 530 0.15%
NM Las Cruces $49220 $39K – $71K 50 0.07%
NM Santa Fe N/A N/A – N/A 60 0.10%
NV Las Vegas – Paradise $60290 $42K – $89K 960 0.12%
NV Reno – Sparks $63420 $47K – $86K 260 0.14%
NY Albany – Schenectady – Troy $58510 $43K – $75K 640 0.15%
NY Binghamton $55670 $39K – $81K 180 0.17%
NY Buffalo – Niagara Falls $54910 $40K – $72K 940 0.18%
NY Elmira $54240 $41K – $75K N/A N/A
NY Glens Falls $56300 $45K – $74K 110 0.20%
NY Ithaca $60540 $44K – $76K N/A N/A
NY Kingston $67360 $51K – $77K 70 0.12%
NY Nassau – Suffolk (Metro Area) $70210 $54K – $90K 2400 0.20%
NY New York – White Plains – Wayne (Metro Area) $68400 $51K – $89K 5800 0.11%
NY Poughkeepsie – Newburgh – Middletown $68170 $51K – $88K 470 0.20%
NY Rochester $48820 $40K – $68K 630 0.13%
NY Syracuse $60380 $46K – $84K 520 0.17%
NY Utica – Rome $52750 $39K – $71K 300 0.24%
OH Akron $48500 $40K – $60K 500 0.16%
OH Canton – Massillon $44190 $33K – $58K 370 0.23%
OH Cincinnati – Middletown $51990 $39K – $67K 1380 0.14%
OH Cleveland – Elyria – Mentor $52500 $41K – $65K 2130 0.21%
OH Columbus $51870 $40K – $69K 1340 0.15%
OH Dayton $51660 $40K – $63K 720 0.20%
OH Springfield $50950 $36K – $60K 60 0.11%
OH Steubenville – Weirton $46790 $31K – $60K 140 0.31%
OH Toledo $53250 $40K – $64K 520 0.18%
OH Youngstown – Warren – Boardman $44980 $34K – $59K 370 0.17%
OK Lawton $46440 $25K – $60K 50 0.11%
OK Oklahoma City $50650 $35K – $70K 840 0.14%
OK Tulsa $47820 $33K – $67K 710 0.17%
OR Bend $58670 $49K – $78K 80 0.14%
OR Corvallis $63360 $46K – $76K 60 0.18%
OR Eugene – Springfield $58970 $47K – $76K 160 0.12%
OR Medford $55150 $39K – $74K 140 0.19%
OR Portland – Vancouver – Hillsboro $66490 $51K – $86K 1120 0.11%
OR Salem $64300 $43K – $81K 190 0.13%
PA Allentown – Bethlehem – Easton $54750 $33K – $74K 700 0.21%
PA Altoona $51940 $31K – $66K 190 0.33%
PA Erie $43740 $33K – $58K 240 0.19%
PA Harrisburg – Carlisle $50730 $37K – $73K 500 0.16%
PA Johnstown $47370 $23K – $68K N/A N/A
PA Lancaster $55100 $40K – $73K 330 0.15%
PA Lebanon $60100 $43K – $72K 70 0.13%
PA Philadelphia (Metro Area) $58110 $40K – $78K 3160 0.17%
PA Pittsburgh $46460 $32K – $61K 2210 0.20%
PA Reading $54680 $33K – $73K 260 0.16%
PA Scranton – Wilkes – Barre $56350 $35K – $75K 490 0.19%
PA State College $54250 $36K – $70K 80 0.12%
PA Williamsport $54350 $37K – $67K 40 0.07%
PA York – Hanover $52550 $35K – $72K 240 0.14%
PR Aguadilla – Isabela – San Sebastian $21250 $17K – $29K 90 0.22%
PR Mayaguez $18530 $16K – $25K 70 0.22%
PR Ponce $18620 $16K – $26K 70 0.12%
PR San German – Cabo Rojo $19610 $16K – $27K 30 0.17%
PR San Juan – Caguas – Guaynabo $25360 $18K – $43K 860 0.12%
RI Providence – Fall River – Warwick $64350 $45K – $90K 1060 0.20%
SC Anderson N/A N/A – N/A 40 0.06%
SC Charleston – North Charleston – Summerville $54460 $41K – $71K 600 0.21%
SC Columbia $46910 $33K – $65K 720 0.21%
SC Florence $49790 $36K – $70K 240 0.31%
SC Greenville – Mauldin – Easley $48530 $32K – $70K 450 0.15%
SC Myrtle Beach – North Myrtle Beach – Conway $50110 $35K – $69K 170 0.15%
SC Spartanburg $43710 $34K – $64K 180 0.16%
SC Sumter $45300 $29K – N/A 80 0.24%
SD Rapid City $45430 $33K – $60K 130 0.22%
SD Sioux Falls $44940 $32K – $63K 360 0.26%
TN Chattanooga $48660 $32K – $64K 600 0.26%
TN Clarksville $43960 $28K – $63K 150 0.18%
TN Cleveland $50540 $30K – $62K 90 0.23%
TN Jackson $41350 $32K – $56K 140 0.24%
TN Johnson City $47080 $35K – $59K 310 0.40%
TN Kingsport – Bristol – Bristol $43570 $33K – $58K 140 0.12%
TN Knoxville $50990 $35K – $69K 740 0.23%
TN Memphis $51440 $41K – $68K 1190 0.20%
TN Morristown $46950 $36K – $61K 50 0.11%
TN Nashville – Davidson – Murfreesboro – Franklin $47630 $32K – $67K 1270 0.17%
TX Abilene $49690 $33K – $69K 70 0.12%
TX Amarillo $45560 $37K – $61K 90 0.08%
TX Austin – Round Rock – San Marcos $50410 $36K – $68K 760 0.09%
TX Beaumont – Port Arthur $38210 $32K – $63K 170 0.11%
TX Brownsville – Harlingen $50630 $27K – $71K 170 0.14%
TX College Station – Bryan $53270 $34K – $72K 110 0.12%
TX Corpus Christi $52190 $34K – $71K 350 0.20%
TX Dallas – Plano – Irving (Metro Area) $58700 $37K – $76K 2520 0.12%
TX El Paso $50440 $40K – $64K 320 0.12%
TX Fort Worth – Arlington (Metro Area) $57030 $41K – $74K 910 0.10%
TX Houston – Sugar Land – Baytown $52810 $35K – $74K 2860 0.11%
TX Killeen – Temple – Fort Hood $48440 $33K – $64K 330 0.26%
TX Longview $47760 $39K – $66K 140 0.14%
TX Lubbock $44450 $35K – $62K 410 0.32%
TX McAllen – Edinburg – Mission $51710 $30K – $75K 230 0.10%
TX Midland N/A N/A – N/A 70 0.10%
TX Odessa $49010 $38K – $69K 70 0.11%
TX San Angelo $49350 $33K – $70K 30 0.08%
TX San Antonio – New Braunfels $51880 $36K – $69K 1020 0.12%
TX Sherman – Denison $54950 $40K – $89K 60 0.16%
TX Texarkana – Texarkana $42500 $30K – $65K 110 0.21%
TX Tyler $46260 $32K – $69K 200 0.22%
TX Victoria $50850 $37K – $70K 120 0.25%
TX Waco $53020 $40K – $68K 130 0.13%
TX Wichita Falls $40890 $32K – $69K 110 0.20%
UT Logan $47770 $38K – $74K 50 0.11%
UT Ogden – Clearfield $46620 $37K – $65K 260 0.13%
UT Provo – Orem $48970 $38K – $72K 180 0.10%
UT Salt Lake City $51200 $38K – $69K 710 0.11%
UT St. George $46200 $37K – $60K 90 0.19%
VA Blacksburg – Christiansburg – Radford $53320 $39K – $66K 80 0.13%
VA Harrisonburg $48690 $34K – $81K 90 0.15%
VA Lynchburg $43490 $33K – $61K 180 0.18%
VA Richmond $55880 $38K – $74K 920 0.15%
VA Roanoke $49470 $35K – $69K 270 0.18%
VA Virginia Beach – Norfolk – Newport News $52900 $36K – $71K 1180 0.17%
VA Winchester $53480 $40K – $72K 140 0.26%
WA Bremerton – Silverdale $56770 $38K – $75K 150 0.19%
WA Kennewick – Pasco – Richland $54350 $40K – $70K 130 0.14%
WA Longview $64080 $49K – $88K N/A N/A
WA Mount Vernon – Anacortes $63400 $42K – $94K 80 0.18%
WA Olympia $53990 $40K – $76K 70 0.08%
WA Seattle – Bellevue – Everett (Metro Area) $69540 $52K – $94K 1630 0.12%
WA Spokane $57360 $43K – $74K 220 0.11%
WA Tacoma (Metro Area) $60330 $49K – $80K 360 0.14%
WA Yakima $55170 $43K – $75K 150 0.19%
WI Appleton $46470 $40K – $59K 100 0.09%
WI Eau Claire $50870 $40K – $68K 130 0.16%
WI Green Bay $50340 $41K – $67K 300 0.18%
WI Janesville $51390 $40K – $65K 150 0.25%
WI La Crosse $56540 $42K – $75K N/A N/A
WI Madison $53050 $39K – $71K 480 0.14%
WI Milwaukee – Waukesha – West Allis $56390 $43K – $73K 1220 0.15%
WI Oshkosh – Neenah $54210 $42K – $70K 140 0.15%
WI Racine $56380 $45K – $74K 110 0.15%
WI Sheboygan $55190 $43K – $72K 70 0.13%
WI Wausau $50510 $40K – $68K 110 0.18%
WV Charleston $45820 $24K – $61K 360 0.25%
WV Huntington – Ashland $47250 $32K – $68K 360 0.33%
WV Morgantown $40260 $32K – $59K 180 0.28%
WV Parkersburg – Marietta – Vienna $38490 $31K – $56K 200 0.29%
WV Wheeling N/A N/A – N/A 180 0.27%
WY Casper $59190 $44K – $84K 80 0.20%
WY Cheyenne $52780 $41K – $74K 70 0.16%

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