Ultrasound Technician Schools in Hawaii
Hawaii Ultrasound Schools
While you're here, you might want to try to fit in some studying. If you decide to remain in Hawaii when you graduate from your Hawaii ultrasound school, you'll be pleased to know that the May 2009 mean annual wage of ultrasound technicians in Hawaii ($73,590) compared favorably with the national average of $63,640. In May 2009, 150 diagnostic medical sonographers were employed in Hawaii's capital city of Honolulu, each earning a mean annual salary of $72,990. Most ultrasound technicians are employed in general medical and surgical hospitals or in physician's offices, but medical and diagnostic laboratories, outpatient care centers, as well as colleges, universities, and professional schools also employ people who have graduated from Hawaii sonography schools.