Compare your salary and career satisfaction to other radiology administrators with results from our 2015 Compensation Survey.
It’s that time of year again when Diagnostic Imaging gets down to the numbers. This year, we broke our 2015 Compensation Survey into three parts: Radiologists, Radiologic Technologists, and Radiology Administrators. Are you making as much as your colleagues? What’s the general consensus of career satisfaction in radiology? Find it all out here.Want to dig deeper?2015 Compensation Survey: Radiologists2015 Compensation Survey: Radiologic TechnologistsÂ Find out how the numbers have changed and revisit our 2014 Compensation Survey.
There are slightly more male radiology administrator respondents than female respondents, but more than half of total respondents are older than 50.
The majority of radiology administrator respondents work in hospitals. Only 6% cited single-specialty practice as their work environment.
We have a lot of experience on our hands. More than 60% of radiology administrator respondents have been in their jobs for more than 20 years.
Radiology administrator respondents are clocking long hours with a whopping 88% working 41-75 hours per week.
There seems to be no general consensus with radiology administrator salaries; even the most common salary of $100,001 to $110,000 only represents 15% of radiology administrator respondents. The mean salary is $100,815.
Radiology administrator salaries seem to be pretty stable, almost half received a less than 5% raise, with another 38% seeing no change in salary.
Approximately 40% of radiology administrators feel average about their salary. More admins are satisfied with their salary than unsatisfied (approximately 40% versus 20%) respectively.