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How Much Does a Cardiovascular Technician Earn?
- As a cardiovascular technician, you will generally work in a private practice or for a hospital. According to a September 2010 finding by Payscale.com, cardiovascular technicians employed in hospitals are reporting top earnings, making up to $50,507 a year. Working in a private practice could pay slightly less, with those workers reporting top salaries of up to $47,500.
Your Experience Level
- The length of time spent in a job can usually correlate with your earnings potential. According to a September 2010 finding by Payscale.com, cardiovascular technicians just starting can earn between $32,000 and $48,989 a year. After at least five years on the job, these workers are reporting earning up to $105,500 annually.
- According to a 2010 survey of 25 professional cardiovascular technicians, males are out-earning females in the field. Of those surveyed, males are reporting earning salaries of between $41,116 and $74,452 annually. Female cardiovascular technicians who were surveyed reported much lower incomes, topping out at $50,649 a year--nearly $24,000 less each year than their male coworkers.