Cardiovascular Technician Salary

cardiovascular-technician-salary-chart.jpgA cardiovascular technician is a health professional who performs tests on patients’ lungs, hearts and circulatory systems to diagnose any diseases or conditions they may have. A cardiovascular technician might help with or perform electrocardiograms, lung tests, cardiac catheterizations and tests on the vascular systems of patients.

Salaries

The mean annual wage of a cardiovascular technician is $53,050. The lowest 10 percent of these professionals made $27,830 while the highest 10 percent made $80,790. Most cardiovascular technicians work in general hospitals, doctor’s offices, medical laboratories, outpatient clinics, colleges and universities and other technical schools.

Some of the highest salaries are also paid in doctors’ offices, outpatient clinics and hospitals that specialize in conditions and diseases other than substance abuse and psychiatric illness. The highest salary can be found for cardiovascular technician working in the offices of a health professional (not including MD physicians). The annual mean wage there is $69,030.

Location

Cardiovascular technicians work in all 50 states, but are found mostly in Florida, California, Texas, New York and Pennsylvania. The 5,940 cardiovascular technicians in Florida make an annual mean wage of $45,910; California has 3,540 technicians who make $59,910; Texas has 3,530 technicians who make $51,420 per year; New York has 2,880 technicians who make $54,240 per year while Pennsylvania has 2,780 technicians who make $55,280 per year.

Job Prospects

The job prospects for cardiovascular technicians are excellent and expected to increase by over 39 percent between now and 2022.

Cardiovascular Technician Salary by State

State Lowest 10% Median Salary Highest 10% Average Salary
Alabama $28,440 $49,640 $70,290 $48,790
Alaska $43,500 $83,360 $114,620 $80,310
Arizona $29,600 $53,780 $88,490 $56,150
Arkansas $23,410 $49,620 $72,600 $48,250
California $34,920 $56,600 $91,530 $59,910
Colorado $28,740 $57,590 $90,140 $57,480
Connecticut $38,280 $63,630 $89,180 $63,310
Delaware $33,370 $53,610 $82,090 $54,870
Florida $24,560 $44,040 $73,160 $45,910
Georgia $27,590 $54,710 $74,510 $53,050
Hawaii $35,890 $64,460 $92,250 $63,230
Idaho $26,530 $54,310 $74,060 $51,610
Illinois $27,490 $44,050 $79,590 $48,950
Indiana $26,940 $49,870 $75,610 $49,940
Iowa $27,720 $44,030 $70,600 $46,970
Kansas $29,080 $52,050 $75,930 $52,140
Kentucky $25,270 $44,420 $83,150 $49,080
Louisiana $22,070 $37,840 $60,240 $39,680
Maine $29,350 $56,370 $76,470 $54,920
Maryland $29,280 $56,340 $81,150 $54,560
Massachusetts $35,450 $66,300 $94,020 $66,050
Michigan $32,090 $49,190 $70,120 $49,790
Minnesota $37,910 $55,550 $75,240 $56,020
Mississippi $22,640 $39,100 $63,580 $41,470
Missouri $23,980 $39,180 $71,840 $44,390
Montana $28,120 $56,230 $85,870 $61,620
Nebraska $25,060 $46,720 $80,180 $49,910
Nevada $29,140 $57,250 $90,840 $58,440
New Hampshire $37,120 $62,570 $90,130 $62,970
New Jersey $50,700 $66,660 $88,180 $66,640
New Mexico $35,290 $62,220 $85,300 $60,070
New York $34,210 $51,510 $78,710 $54,240
North Carolina $42,760 $60,040 $75,980 $59,720
North Dakota $30,170 $54,430 $72,350 $52,860
Ohio $29,960 $51,670 $71,420 $50,500
Oklahoma $22,060 $36,790 $68,150 $41,610
Oregon $35,320 $68,800 $91,600 $65,080
Pennsylvania $32,330 $52,680 $84,470 $55,280
Rhode Island $36,250 $65,020 $94,490 $64,980
South Carolina $24,370 $44,770 $73,960 $47,740
South Dakota $27,710 $45,500 $62,060 $46,650
Tennessee $26,000 $48,150 $71,370 $47,540
Texas $26,410 $50,980 $77,410 $51,420
Utah $26,800 $60,030 $84,730 $56,100
Vermont $26,180 $35,650 $80,900 $44,630
Virginia $28,040 $56,810 $85,010 $56,420
Washington $39,930 $68,990 $92,140 $66,920
West Virginia $21,030 $42,350 $68,350 $43,100
Wisconsin $32,160 $58,770 $85,400 $57,820
Wyoming $26,630 $47,350 $70,750 $47,550