Average Salary of a Diagnostic Radiologist in Minnesota
- The average salary of a diagnostic radiologist working in Minnesota was $434,045 as of May 2011, according to CareerBuilder. The job listing website says the average salary range was from $307,755 to $530,640.
Compared to National Figures
- Diagnostic radiologists in Minnesota earned more than their colleagues in other parts of the country, according to CareerBuilder. The national average salary for diagnostic radiologists was $342,825 with an average range from $243.077 to $419,120.
- A diagnostic radiologist's total compensation reaches beyond a base salary. The wage tracking website Salary said that as of May 2011, a diagnostic radiologist working in Minnesota's state capital, Saint Paul, could expect benefits to include $4,034 of bonuses, $12,847 of Social Security payments, $9,310 of 401(k) contributions, $3,005 of disability insurance, $6,507 of health care coverage, $15,680 toward a pension plan, and $52,838 worth of time off.
- The job outlook for diagnostic radiologists is excellent, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The bureau reports that job opportunities for all physicians will rise by 22 percent in the 10-year period from 2008 to 2018. A growing and aging U.S. population will require a greater need for health care providers. The bureau reported that radiologists will be in high demand since the occurrence of cancers will increase in the elderly population.