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How much do radiologists earn?
Last Updated: 29th March, 2020
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Also asked, how long does it take to become a radiologist?
In the U.S.: 4 years college, 4 years medical school,1year internship, 4 years radiology residency, and usually1,but up to 2 years, fellowship. So a minimum of 13 years afterhighschool to be a General radiologist but moreforsubspecialists or if you take extra time.
Also, what is the highest paid radiologist? Radiologists can obtain thehighestsalaries in Minnesota, where they earn normalpay levels ofclose to $218180. Professionals that work inthis career arecompensated the highest in Finance andInsurance, where theyearn wages of $207270.
Similarly one may ask, what is the income of a radiologist?
In Medscape's 2014 CompensationReport,radiologists fall fifth from the top among allphysicians,with average earnings of $340,000. As in previousMedscapereports, orthopedists are the earning leaders,followed bycardiologists.
How much does a radiologist tech make an hour?
As of 2016, the national average annual salaryforradiologic technologists was $59,260. Thehighest-earning 10%made over $82,590, while the lowest-earningmade $38,660 orless.