Electroneurodiagnostic Technologists (ASET) salaries ranged anywhere from $30,562 a year for new graduates of END programs to over $70,000 a year for lab managers or independent contractors. The average salary was $44,621 a year.
Overall, technologists who held professional credentials, college degrees, and who owned their own businesses claimed the highest salaries. Most employers offer paid vacations, holidays, sick leave, health insurance, and pension plans. Some hospitalsgive tuition assistance for work-related study or training. Most END technologists work standard 40-hour weeks. Technologists in epilepsy monitoring programs or sleep laboratories may work evening or night shifts.
Those working in hospitals may be on-call on the weekends, nights, and holidays for emergencies. When they are on call or on standby, they do not have to stay in the hospital, but they must be available to respond within 30 to 60 minutes of a request for an urgent procedure. For this work they may earn on-call pay and overtime rates.
Earnings for END technologists vary with experience, education, number of specialties practiced, level of responsibility, employer, and geographic location.