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Radiologic Technologists


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Fast Facts*
Recommended Degree LevelAssociate
Salary, Typical$54,620
Salary Range$37K - $77K
Number of Jobs, 2012194,790
Annual Job Growth Rate3.8%
Job Openings per Year (est.)9,510

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:


Top Schools

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


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:

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

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:


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:


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.

StateCity / RegionTypical SalarySalary RangeJob Count% of All Jobs
AKAnchorage$69,070$53K - $88K2100.12%
AKFairbanks$61,450$50K - $86KN/AN/A
ALAnniston - Oxford$39,420$31K - $50K1100.26%
ALAuburn - Opelika$42,390$32K - $59K700.15%
ALBirmingham - Hoover$47,670$28K - $66K9100.19%
ALDecatur$42,930$29K - $53K800.15%
ALDothan$42,240$30K - $57K1500.27%
ALFlorence - Muscle Shoals$45,550$32K - $63K1200.23%
ALGadsden$41,090$29K - $56K1200.37%
ALHuntsville$44,470$27K - $60K3200.16%
ALMobile$44,900$32K - $60K2600.16%
ALMontgomery$44,400$28K - $61K2900.18%
ALTuscaloosa$47,110$34K - $61K2200.24%
ARFayetteville - Springdale - Rogers$42,870$28K - $61K2700.13%
ARFort Smith$41,100$32K - $54K1500.13%
ARHot Springs$38,540$26K - $58K1000.27%
ARJonesboro$43,340$30K - $59K1300.26%
ARLittle Rock - North Little Rock - Conway$47,230$31K - $62K7400.22%
AZLake Havasu City $ Kingman$65,070$50K - $77K1000.22%
AZPhoenix - Mesa - Glendale$60,110$42K - $84K2,7900.16%
AZPrescottN/AN/A - N/A800.15%
AZTucson$55,570$43K - $72K5100.15%
CABakersfield - Delano$64,550$50K - $85K2800.10%
CAChico$61,500$42K - $83K1000.15%
CAEl Centro$64,980$49K - $75K600.11%
CAFresno$71,550$51K - $110K2800.09%
CAHanford - Corcoran$67,890$53K - $88K800.22%
CALos Angeles - Long Beach - Glendale (Metro Area)$67,090$40K - $92K4,1600.11%
CAMerced$66,090$34K - $95K700.12%
CAModesto$75,540$55K - $97K2400.15%
CANapa$90,530$69K - $114K400.07%
CAOakland - Fremont - Hayward (Metro Area)$90,230$61K - $117K9600.10%
CAOxnard - Thousand Oaks - Ventura$58,970$41K - $89K3100.11%
CARedding$55,550$41K - $79K1100.19%
CARiverside - San Bernardino - Ontario$65,310$40K - $83K1,1000.09%
CASacramento - Arden - Arcade - Roseville$76,180$51K - $108K8500.10%
CASalinas$59,140$33K - $92K1400.09%
CASan Diego - Carlsbad - San Marcos$66,440$41K - $95K1,3300.11%
CASan Francisco - San Mateo - Redwood City (Metro Area)$85,340$51K - $117K9200.09%
CASan Jose - Sunnyvale - Santa Clara$86,890$54K - $114K6800.08%
CASan Luis Obispo - Paso Robles$67,930$38K - $90K1000.10%
CASanta Ana - Anaheim - Irvine (Metro Area)$62,570$33K - $91K1,5100.11%
CASanta Barbara - Santa Maria - Goleta$67,480$50K - $92K1400.08%
CASanta Cruz - Watsonville$70,470$41K - $93K1500.17%
CASanta Rosa - Petaluma$72,350$44K - $107K1400.08%
CAStockton$70,340$48K - $95K2300.12%
CAVallejo - Fairfield$89,880$60K - $117K2000.17%
CAVisalia - Porterville$65,380$38K - $105K900.07%
COBoulder$50,300$39K - $73K2600.16%
COColorado Springs$52,560$38K - $72K3900.16%
CODenver - Aurora - Broomfield$60,410$41K - $86K1,6800.14%
COFort Collins - Loveland$48,060$27K - $73K2500.19%
CTBridgeport - Stamford - Norwalk$60,460$44K - $89K5600.14%
CTDanbury$66,570$51K - $89K1800.27%
CTHartford - West Hartford - East Hartford$62,630$49K - $82K7000.13%
CTNew Haven$62,220$50K - $76K4200.16%
CTNorwich - New London$66,540$48K - $92K1800.14%
CTWaterbury$62,710$50K - $80K1600.26%
DCWashington - Arlington - Alexandria (Metro Area)$67,110$49K - $90K2,4300.10%
DEDover$60,130$47K - $77KN/AN/A
DEWilmington (Metro Area)$61,570$42K - $75K4000.12%
FLCape Coral - Fort Myers$57,550$42K - $74K4100.20%
FLCrestview - Fort Walton Beach - Destin$47,800$35K - $61K900.12%
FLDeltona - Daytona Beach - Ormond Beach$49,390$35K - $62K2900.19%
FLFort Lauderdale - Pompano Beach - Deerfield Beach (Metro Area)$55,550$42K - $76K1,1100.16%
FLGainesville$49,410$37K - $67K3500.29%
FLJacksonville$51,530$38K - $68K1,0100.17%
FLLakeland - Winter Haven$49,920$34K - $61K3100.16%
FLMiami - Miami Beach - Kendall (Metro Area)$46,820$34K - $68K1,3400.13%
FLNaples - Marco Island$56,740$38K - $77K2200.19%
FLNorth Port - Bradenton - Sarasota$54,130$39K - $69K5800.24%
FLOcala$50,530$33K - $65K1200.14%
FLOrlando - Kissimmee - Sanford$46,780$30K - $64K1,1100.11%
FLPalm Bay - Melbourne - Titusville$48,790$39K - $69K3500.18%
FLPanama City - Lynn Haven - Panama City Beach$45,790$36K - $63K1200.17%
FLPensacola - Ferry Pass - Brent$46,570$37K - $60K3500.23%
FLPort St. Lucie$48,180$34K - $62K2200.18%
FLPunta Gorda$51,380$35K - $62K800.21%
FLSebastian - Vero Beach$48,560$39K - $66K600.14%
FLTallahassee$53,740$34K - $74K2700.17%
FLTampa - St. Petersburg - Clearwater$52,230$38K - $68K1,8200.16%
FLWest Palm Beach - Boca Raton - Boynton Beach (Metro Area)$51,950$34K - $71K9300.18%
GAAlbany$45,780$33K - $67K1700.28%
GAAthens - Clarke County$53,470$40K - $68K1700.22%
GAAtlanta - Sandy Springs - Marietta$51,500$34K - $69K2,5300.11%
GAAugusta - Richmond County$53,890$39K - $71K4300.21%
GAColumbus$47,750$35K - $68K1900.17%
GADalton$52,900$39K - $70K700.11%
GAMacon$48,400$36K - $70K2400.26%
GARome$50,840$36K - $72K1200.34%
GASavannah$46,730$36K - $62K2300.16%
GAValdosta$46,920$31K - $58K1400.28%
GAWarner Robins$45,230$34K - $58K1000.18%
HIHonolulu$69,260$51K - $89K4300.10%
IACedar Rapids$44,420$32K - $63K2000.14%
IADavenport - Moline - Rock Island$46,020$35K - $59K3300.19%
IADes Moines - West Des Moines$47,970$38K - $61K4600.14%
IADubuque$38,280$33K - $57K1000.18%
IAIowa City$51,550$40K - $69K1700.20%
IASioux City$44,660$34K - $66K1100.16%
IAWaterloo - Cedar Falls$46,000$34K - $61K1400.16%
IDBoise City - Nampa$52,270$41K - $70K3200.12%
IDCoeur d'Alene, ID$46,120$39K - $58K600.13%
IDLewiston$51,550$36K - $67K600.27%
IDPocatello$46,410$34K - $69K700.22%
ILBloomington - Normal$43,900$28K - $72K1300.15%
ILChampaign - UrbanaN/AN/A - N/A1600.17%
ILChicago - Joliet - Naperville (Metro Area)$61,870$42K - $82K4,7100.13%
ILDanville$53,830$40K - $72K500.20%
ILLake County - Kenosha County (Metro Area)$56,020$40K - $73K3600.10%
ILPeoria$50,900$32K - $74K4900.27%
ILRockford$56,010$41K - $75K3100.22%
ILSpringfield$54,170$35K - $76K2300.21%
INBloomington$49,740$35K - $70K1200.17%
INElkhart - Goshen$54,950$43K - $71K900.09%
INEvansville$47,370$33K - $65K3300.19%
INFort Wayne$47,830$37K - $63K3200.16%
INGary (Metro Area)$51,010$38K - $69K4300.16%
INIndianapolis - Carmel$54,460$39K - $72K1,3700.15%
INKokomo$52,940$36K - $72K1100.28%
INLafayette$46,030$35K - $65K1200.14%
INMichigan City - La Porte$49,820$38K - $65K900.22%
INMuncie$49,490$36K - $64K900.20%
INSouth Bend - Mishawaka$47,310$39K - $65K1800.14%
INTerre Haute$47,120$33K - $67K1400.22%
KSManhattan$46,030$30K - $59K600.11%
KSTopeka$45,830$34K - $67K1900.18%
KSWichita$45,790$36K - $65K3800.14%
KYBowling Green$47,080$34K - $66K1000.17%
KYElizabethtown$48,100$36K - $64K900.20%
KYLexington - Fayette$48,350$33K - $68K6900.28%
KYLouisville - Jefferson County$49,020$34K - $72K1,2100.20%
KYOwensboro$47,190$36K - $59K1400.28%
LAAlexandria$40,920$32K - $59K1600.26%
LABaton Rouge$50,640$38K - $71K5400.15%
LAHouma - Bayou Cane - Thibodaux$46,620$38K - $63K1200.13%
LALafayette$47,700$35K - $66K1600.10%
LALake Charles$45,310$34K - $59K1700.19%
LAMonroe$50,900$36K - $70K2500.33%
LANew Orleans - Metairie - Kenner$52,410$39K - $66K6400.12%
LAShreveport - Bossier City$41,660$31K - $59K3100.18%
MABarnstable Town$74,380$53K - $90K1000.11%
MABoston - Cambridge - Quincy (Metro Area)N/AN/A - N/A3,1500.18%
MABrockton - Bridgewater - Easton (Metro Area)$67,780$51K - $91K1400.16%
MAFramingham (Metro Area)$66,870$49K - $89K2400.16%
MAHaverhill - North Andover - Amesbury (Metro Area)$61,830$43K - $76K900.12%
MALawrence - Methuen - Salem (Metro Area)$62,470$44K - $86K1300.22%
MALowell - Billerica - Chelmsford (Metro Area)$60,100$49K - $86K1200.10%
MANew Bedford$62,000$49K - $90K800.12%
MAPeabody (Metro Area)$60,550$48K - $85K1400.14%
MASpringfield$57,740$43K - $82K4700.16%
MATaunton - Norton - Raynham (Metro Area)N/AN/A - N/A600.13%
MAWorcester$67,490$42K - $92K4300.18%
MDBaltimore - Towson$67,010$50K - $87K2,2900.18%
MDBethesda - Rockville - Frederick (Metro Area)$65,120$39K - $88K1,0000.18%
MDCumberland$48,810$38K - $62K1000.29%
MDHagerstown - Martinsburg$62,310$44K - $79KN/AN/A
MDSalisbury$53,180$41K - $72K1000.21%
MEBangorN/AN/A - N/A1100.18%
MEPortland - South Portland - Biddeford$57,900$42K - $73K2900.15%
MIAnn Arbor$47,900$40K - $63K4700.24%
MIBattle Creek$51,410$37K - $65K1000.20%
MIDetroit - Livonia - Dearborn (Metro Area)$55,870$41K - $73K1,6700.24%
MIFlint$45,590$33K - $61K2900.23%
MIGrand Rapids - Wyoming$47,480$34K - $62K6400.17%
MIHolland - Grand Haven$41,690$31K - $58K1000.10%
MIKalamazoo - Portage$50,680$39K - $66K2200.17%
MILansing - East Lansing$52,730$36K - $70K3100.16%
MIMonroe$44,690$35K - $58K500.15%
MINiles - Benton Harbor$48,380$40K - $70KN/AN/A
MIWarren - Troy - Farmington Hills (Metro Area)$50,660$37K - $69K1,8200.17%
MNDuluth$57,030$41K - $75K2200.18%
MNMankato - North Mankato$49,140$40K - $61K400.09%
MNMinneapolis - St. Paul - Bloomington$60,970$41K - $77K2,2100.13%
MNSt. Cloud$55,790$42K - $72K1700.18%
MOCape Girardeau - Jackson$50,120$35K - $67K1000.23%
MOColumbia$49,380$36K - $72K1800.21%
MOJefferson City$51,200$31K - $70K1300.19%
MOKansas City$52,680$39K - $73K1,6700.17%
MOSpringfield$44,140$32K - $59K4600.25%
MOSt. JosephN/AN/A - N/A1100.21%
MOSt. Louis$49,270$33K - $69K2,2400.18%
MSGulfport - Biloxi$44,480$31K - $66K1400.14%
MSHattiesburg$43,790$33K - $58K1400.24%
MSJackson$45,730$30K - $64K4200.17%
MSPascagoula$42,850$33K - $63K1700.32%
MTBillings$46,950$32K - $84K2100.26%
MTGreat Falls$52,960$41K - $67K1000.28%
MTMissoula$47,460$36K - $65K900.17%
NCAsheville$47,400$34K - $67K4200.25%
NCBurlington$47,040$36K - $69K600.10%
NCCharlotte - Gastonia - Rock Hill$51,900$38K - $71K1,0400.12%
NCFayetteville$48,450$36K - $70K2400.19%
NCGoldsboro$45,470$29K - $92K500.14%
NCGreensboro - High Point$54,890$40K - $72K4900.14%
NCGreenville$46,960$39K - $76K1000.14%
NCHickory - Lenoir - Morganton$56,200$40K - $76K2000.14%
NCJacksonville$47,910$36K - $60K700.15%
NCRaleigh - Cary$51,550$37K - $70K6300.12%
NCRocky Mount$46,360$34K - $70K1200.21%
NCWilmington$46,810$35K - $62K2400.18%
NCWinston - Salem$55,220$41K - $73K5800.29%
NDBismarck$44,530$38K - $54K900.14%
NDFargo$46,290$35K - $60K1700.14%
NELincoln$48,860$35K - $63K2400.15%
NEOmaha - Council Bluffs$46,890$35K - $65K8800.20%
NHManchester$58,870$43K - $76K1700.17%
NHNashua (Metro Area)$63,920$44K - $78K1500.11%
NHPortsmouth$56,620$42K - $74KN/AN/A
NHRochester - Dover$59,800$39K - $76K1000.19%
NJAtlantic City - Hammonton$59,390$45K - $75K2300.17%
NJCamden (Metro Area)$59,280$47K - $74K9200.19%
NJEdison - New Brunswick (Metro Area)$61,660$49K - $82K1,2800.13%
NJNewark - Union (Metro Area)$64,220$51K - $81K1,3900.15%
NJTrenton - Ewing$63,540$51K - $77K3700.17%
NJVineland - Millville - Bridgeton$63,590$49K - $76K1400.24%
NMAlbuquerque$56,490$43K - $77K5300.15%
NMLas Cruces$49,220$39K - $71K500.07%
NMSanta FeN/AN/A - N/A600.10%
NVLas Vegas - Paradise$60,290$42K - $89K9600.12%
NVReno - Sparks$63,420$47K - $86K2600.14%
NYAlbany - Schenectady - Troy$58,510$43K - $75K6400.15%
NYBinghamton$55,670$39K - $81K1800.17%
NYBuffalo - Niagara Falls$54,910$40K - $72K9400.18%
NYElmira$54,240$41K - $75KN/AN/A
NYGlens Falls$56,300$45K - $74K1100.20%
NYIthaca$60,540$44K - $76KN/AN/A
NYKingston$67,360$51K - $77K700.12%
NYNassau - Suffolk (Metro Area)$70,210$54K - $90K2,4000.20%
NYNew York - White Plains - Wayne (Metro Area)$68,400$51K - $89K5,8000.11%
NYPoughkeepsie - Newburgh - Middletown$68,170$51K - $88K4700.20%
NYRochester$48,820$40K - $68K6300.13%
NYSyracuse$60,380$46K - $84K5200.17%
NYUtica - Rome$52,750$39K - $71K3000.24%
OHAkron$48,500$40K - $60K5000.16%
OHCanton - Massillon$44,190$33K - $58K3700.23%
OHCincinnati - Middletown$51,990$39K - $67K1,3800.14%
OHCleveland - Elyria - Mentor$52,500$41K - $65K2,1300.21%
OHColumbus$51,870$40K - $69K1,3400.15%
OHDayton$51,660$40K - $63K7200.20%
OHSpringfield$50,950$36K - $60K600.11%
OHSteubenville - Weirton$46,790$31K - $60K1400.31%
OHToledo$53,250$40K - $64K5200.18%
OHYoungstown - Warren - Boardman$44,980$34K - $59K3700.17%
OKLawton$46,440$25K - $60K500.11%
OKOklahoma City$50,650$35K - $70K8400.14%
OKTulsa$47,820$33K - $67K7100.17%
ORBend$58,670$49K - $78K800.14%
ORCorvallis$63,360$46K - $76K600.18%
OREugene - Springfield$58,970$47K - $76K1600.12%
ORMedford$55,150$39K - $74K1400.19%
ORPortland - Vancouver - Hillsboro$66,490$51K - $86K1,1200.11%
ORSalem$64,300$43K - $81K1900.13%
PAAllentown - Bethlehem - Easton$54,750$33K - $74K7000.21%
PAAltoona$51,940$31K - $66K1900.33%
PAErie$43,740$33K - $58K2400.19%
PAHarrisburg - Carlisle$50,730$37K - $73K5000.16%
PAJohnstown$47,370$23K - $68KN/AN/A
PALancaster$55,100$40K - $73K3300.15%
PALebanon$60,100$43K - $72K700.13%
PAPhiladelphia (Metro Area)$58,110$40K - $78K3,1600.17%
PAPittsburgh$46,460$32K - $61K2,2100.20%
PAReading$54,680$33K - $73K2600.16%
PAScranton - Wilkes - Barre$56,350$35K - $75K4900.19%
PAState College$54,250$36K - $70K800.12%
PAWilliamsport$54,350$37K - $67K400.07%
PAYork - Hanover$52,550$35K - $72K2400.14%
PRAguadilla - Isabela - San Sebastian$21,250$17K - $29K900.22%
PRMayaguez$18,530$16K - $25K700.22%
PRPonce$18,620$16K - $26K700.12%
PRSan German - Cabo Rojo$19,610$16K - $27K300.17%
PRSan Juan - Caguas - Guaynabo$25,360$18K - $43K8600.12%
RIProvidence - Fall River - Warwick$64,350$45K - $90K1,0600.20%
SCAndersonN/AN/A - N/A400.06%
SCCharleston - North Charleston - Summerville$54,460$41K - $71K6000.21%
SCColumbia$46,910$33K - $65K7200.21%
SCFlorence$49,790$36K - $70K2400.31%
SCGreenville - Mauldin - Easley$48,530$32K - $70K4500.15%
SCMyrtle Beach - North Myrtle Beach - Conway$50,110$35K - $69K1700.15%
SCSpartanburg$43,710$34K - $64K1800.16%
SCSumter$45,300$29K - N/A800.24%
SDRapid City$45,430$33K - $60K1300.22%
SDSioux Falls$44,940$32K - $63K3600.26%
TNChattanooga$48,660$32K - $64K6000.26%
TNClarksville$43,960$28K - $63K1500.18%
TNCleveland$50,540$30K - $62K900.23%
TNJackson$41,350$32K - $56K1400.24%
TNJohnson City$47,080$35K - $59K3100.40%
TNKingsport - Bristol - Bristol$43,570$33K - $58K1400.12%
TNKnoxville$50,990$35K - $69K7400.23%
TNMemphis$51,440$41K - $68K1,1900.20%
TNMorristown$46,950$36K - $61K500.11%
TNNashville - Davidson - Murfreesboro - Franklin$47,630$32K - $67K1,2700.17%
TXAbilene$49,690$33K - $69K700.12%
TXAmarillo$45,560$37K - $61K900.08%
TXAustin - Round Rock - San Marcos$50,410$36K - $68K7600.09%
TXBeaumont - Port Arthur$38,210$32K - $63K1700.11%
TXBrownsville - Harlingen$50,630$27K - $71K1700.14%
TXCollege Station - Bryan$53,270$34K - $72K1100.12%
TXCorpus Christi$52,190$34K - $71K3500.20%
TXDallas - Plano - Irving (Metro Area)$58,700$37K - $76K2,5200.12%
TXEl Paso$50,440$40K - $64K3200.12%
TXFort Worth - Arlington (Metro Area)$57,030$41K - $74K9100.10%
TXHouston - Sugar Land - Baytown$52,810$35K - $74K2,8600.11%
TXKilleen - Temple - Fort Hood$48,440$33K - $64K3300.26%
TXLongview$47,760$39K - $66K1400.14%
TXLubbock$44,450$35K - $62K4100.32%
TXMcAllen - Edinburg - Mission$51,710$30K - $75K2300.10%
TXMidlandN/AN/A - N/A700.10%
TXOdessa$49,010$38K - $69K700.11%
TXSan Angelo$49,350$33K - $70K300.08%
TXSan Antonio - New Braunfels$51,880$36K - $69K1,0200.12%
TXSherman - Denison$54,950$40K - $89K600.16%
TXTexarkana - Texarkana$42,500$30K - $65K1100.21%
TXTyler$46,260$32K - $69K2000.22%
TXVictoria$50,850$37K - $70K1200.25%
TXWaco$53,020$40K - $68K1300.13%
TXWichita Falls$40,890$32K - $69K1100.20%
UTLogan$47,770$38K - $74K500.11%
UTOgden - Clearfield$46,620$37K - $65K2600.13%
UTProvo - Orem$48,970$38K - $72K1800.10%
UTSalt Lake City$51,200$38K - $69K7100.11%
UTSt. George$46,200$37K - $60K900.19%
VABlacksburg - Christiansburg - Radford$53,320$39K - $66K800.13%
VAHarrisonburg$48,690$34K - $81K900.15%
VALynchburg$43,490$33K - $61K1800.18%
VARichmond$55,880$38K - $74K9200.15%
VARoanoke$49,470$35K - $69K2700.18%
VAVirginia Beach - Norfolk - Newport News$52,900$36K - $71K1,1800.17%
VAWinchester$53,480$40K - $72K1400.26%
WABremerton - Silverdale$56,770$38K - $75K1500.19%
WAKennewick - Pasco - Richland$54,350$40K - $70K1300.14%
WALongview$64,080$49K - $88KN/AN/A
WAMount Vernon - Anacortes$63,400$42K - $94K800.18%
WAOlympia$53,990$40K - $76K700.08%
WASeattle - Bellevue - Everett (Metro Area)$69,540$52K - $94K1,6300.12%
WASpokane$57,360$43K - $74K2200.11%
WATacoma (Metro Area)$60,330$49K - $80K3600.14%
WAYakima$55,170$43K - $75K1500.19%
WIAppleton$46,470$40K - $59K1000.09%
WIEau Claire$50,870$40K - $68K1300.16%
WIGreen Bay$50,340$41K - $67K3000.18%
WIJanesville$51,390$40K - $65K1500.25%
WILa Crosse$56,540$42K - $75KN/AN/A
WIMadison$53,050$39K - $71K4800.14%
WIMilwaukee - Waukesha - West Allis$56,390$43K - $73K1,2200.15%
WIOshkosh - Neenah$54,210$42K - $70K1400.15%
WIRacine$56,380$45K - $74K1100.15%
WISheboygan$55,190$43K - $72K700.13%
WIWausau$50,510$40K - $68K1100.18%
WVCharleston$45,820$24K - $61K3600.25%
WVHuntington - Ashland$47,250$32K - $68K3600.33%
WVMorgantown$40,260$32K - $59K1800.28%
WVParkersburg - Marietta - Vienna$38,490$31K - $56K2000.29%
WVWheelingN/AN/A - N/A1800.27%
WYCasper$59,190$44K - $84K800.20%
WYCheyenne$52,780$41K - $74K700.16%