Female Radiologists Earn 20% Less Than Male Radiologists

by User Not Found | Jul 01, 2013
According to the 2013 AuntMinnie.com salary survey, female radiologists, on average, make 20% less than their male counterparts.

According to the 2013 AuntMinnie.com salary survey, female radiologists, on average, make 20% less than their male counterparts. The annual survey collected salary and benefit data from 3,500 radiologists, radiology administrators and radiologic technologists. The average salary for a male radiologist was $365,910 while female radiologists averaged $304,550. The same disparity carried through for male and female administrators and technologists. The average salary for a male administrator was $114,126 and $94,653 for a female administrator. Male techs earned $71,565, on average, while female techs earned $63,404.

The survey also looked at sub-specialties. Radiologists specializing in mammography averaged the highest salaries, $380,339, followed by interventional radiology $379,983, Ultrasound $368,870, CT $363,903, MRI $342,579, Nuclear Medicine/PET $334,475.

Regionally, the Mid-Atlantic states (NY, NJ, PA) earned the least, averaging $344,413, while those in the East North Central region (WI, MI, IL, IN, OH) averaged the largest salaries at $399,118.

Joe Calandra CMO, Midwest Imaging Professionals
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