Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians
State Salary

The United States has a wide range of average salaries for Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians. Each state is unique.  The range is as low as $17.93 in West Virginia to a high of $35.34 in Alaska.  A number of factors contribute to the average hourly pay of a Cardiovascular Technologists and Technician. 

Some typical factors include: 

Supply and demand 
Union representation (States that have higher union activity earn an average of 20% more in pay and benefits for all employees)

Cost of living 
Healthcare re-imbursement rates 

To see the complete job description for Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians click here. 

STATE TOTAL EMPLOYED HOURLY ANNUAL
Alabama 740 21.49 44,690
Alaska 50 35.44 73,710
Arizona 960 27.64 57,480
Arkansas 480 24.55 51,060
California 3,370 30.39 63,200
Colorado 540 29.55 61,470
Connecticut 580 30.81 64,080
Delaware 290 26.34 54,790
District of Columbia 230 32.07 66,700
Florida 5,080 21.82 45,390
Georgia 1,730 25.71 53,470
Hawaii 150 30.86 64,180
Idaho 260 24.82 51,630
Illinois 1,650 25.31 52,650
Indiana 1,270 24.86 51,700
Iowa 340 22.74 47,290
Kansas 550 24.92 51,830
Kentucky 1,190 23.86 49,640
Louisiana 840 19.62 40,810
Maine 250 27.06 56,270
Maryland 1,100 27.27 56,730
Massachusetts 1,250 32.61 67,830
Michigan 2,390 24.54 51,050
Minnesota 910 28.12 58,490
Mississippi 470 19.91 41,420
Missouri 870 22.40 46,600


STATE TOTAL EMPLOYED HOURLY ANNUAL
Montana 140 30.94 64,360
Nebraska 450 24.58 51,120
Nevada 430 29.01 60,350
New Hampshire 170 30.42 63,280
New Jersey 900 32.03 66,630
New Mexico 160 30.56 63,570
New York 2,710 26.99 56,140
North Carolina 1,250 29.36 61,060
North Dakota 70 21.78 45,300
Ohio 1,910 24.63 51,230
Oklahoma 660 20.27 42,160
Oregon 600 31.99 66,540
Pennsylvania 2,860 26.73 55,610
Rhode Island 170 33.49 69,660
South Carolina 1,060 21.69 45,110
South Dakota 190 23.03 47,900
Tennessee 920 22.51 46,810
Texas 3,970 25.26 52,540
Utah 390 26.13 54,350
Vermont 40 25.63 53,310
Virginia 1,610 27.01 56,180
Washington 1,070 31.23 64,950
West Virginia 340 17.93 37,290
Wisconsin 1,400 26.95 56,060
Wyoming 40 23.41 48,700
Puerto Rico 320 11.51 23,930