Average Radiology Technologist Salary

$34.78/hour

The average salary for a Radiology Technologist in Texas is $34.78 per hour. This is 13% lower than the US average of $39.22.

Last updated on July 15, 2024. Based on active jobs on Vivian.com.

Radiology Technologist salaries in Texas compared to National Averages

$34.78/hour

Texas

13% lower than the US average.

$39.22/hour

United States

What cities in Texas pay the most for Radiology Technologists?
CityAverage Hourly SalaryMax Hourly Salary
Houston, Texas$48$60
Round Rock, Texas$43$48
Fort Worth, Texas$35$61
How does the pay for Radiology Technologists in Texas compare to nearby states?
Average Hourly SalaryMax Hourly Salary
Oklahoma$36$38
Mississippi$23$32

Last updated on July 15, 2024. Information based on active jobs on Vivian.com and pay data from BLS and around the web.

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