How Much Does an X Ray Tech Make An Hour?
More Answers From X-Ray Technicians
Question, How Much Does An X Ray Tech Make Per Hour?
Answer: When I first started 10 years ago as a full time tech. But I had no experience and I was in a hospital setting. I started at $24 an hour. And at this point now, I mean, there has been inflation. And Thank God that’s taken into consideration. Yes with increases, I’m now almost $14 more than where I was 10 years ago.
Answer: When I was in school, I had some students, fellow students that started off as student techs in our local larger hospital, and they were starting them off at like $18 an hour or something like that. And they work very part time, mostly for experience. And then getting out into the world, they do pay a little bit more and I don’t know demographically how it differs from other places. I think I started in with no experience like $24 an hour and have recently gotten a couple of raises in both places.
Answer: I started working about 10 years ago. So the entry rate at that time in the state of Florida was somewhere around 22 to 24 an hour that I made right out of graduation, and that was at an orthopedic office. And a lot of my peers who went into hospital setting were making about the same. I’m not sure if that has gone up or not since then, but I’m doing a little bit of research. It looks like in the state of Florida. On average, we made somewhere around 40, $55,000 a year, which equates to somewhere around 20 to 30 an hour. So I would think it still falls somewhere within that range.
10 Years Experience
Radiologic Technologist / Mammography
2 Years Experience
Professor of Sonograph
10 Years Experience
Best Online X-Ray Tech Programs
X Ray Tech programs include certificate, associates, and bachelors degree programs. For students interested in pursuing an online x-ray tech degree program, the following accredited schools offer such options: