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Nuclear Medicine Technologists


Naturally, individual earnings vary based on factors such as a person's level of education and experience. Also, those who work overtime and on-call can add to their yearly income. The U.S. Department of Labor reports that the median annual salary for all nuclear medicine technologists was $77,950 in May 2019. The lowest paid 10 percent of technologists earned less than $56,560 annually, and the highest paid 10 percent made more than $105,690 per year. The average yearly salary for those working in general medical and surgical hospitals was $78,040 in 2019. Typical benefits for hospital workers include health insurance, paid vacations and sick leave, and pension plans.

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