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Default Answered: How much does a NMR technician usually make?

http://www.chem.unl.edu/nmr/400mhz.htmlwell our professor said it was around 8 k a month, but im just seeing if those figures are correctim guessin no one has any of these at their school?
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There will be different levels of NMR techs. Those that deal with research instruments will make 30-90K per year depending on location. The difference is what they do. Some will only assembly line run the samples and provide no maintenance or spectrum interpretation. Others will provide interpretation and be more like researchers.You professor may be thinking about hospital size NMR machines more commonly called MRIs. I suspect those techs will make 50-90 again depending on the level of the job and location.

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I don't think anyone knows what an NMR tech is.
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Default How much does a NMR technician usually make?

nmr is nuclear magnetic resonance imaging if i am not mistaken.i dont knwo the asnwer, my guess woudl be be about 40 thousand.try checking monster.com
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I would say that it depends on a variety of factors..their education, experience and training and of course where they are being employed whether it is a privately owned company, a school or a university..the salaries would vary
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Default How much does a NMR technician usually make?

There will be different levels of NMR techs. Those that deal with research instruments will make 30-90K per year depending on location. The difference is what they do. Some will only assembly line run the samples and provide no maintenance or spectrum interpretation. Others will provide interpretation and be more like researchers.You professor may be thinking about hospital size NMR machines more commonly called MRIs. I suspect those techs will make 50-90 again depending on the level of the job and location.
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My work advertised for one recently and they were offering about £26K ($50k) per annum
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Default How do NMR tell the conformation of a molecule?

Between 20-40K, but both the American Chemical Society and the Royal Society of Chemistry run annual remuneration surveys and should be able to give you more specific data.Or look in the back of Nature, New Scientist, Scientific American at the job adverts.

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