EMT Basics typically earn $13 or more an hour on average and up to $26,000 per year. You can still earn higher even if you stayed as being an EMT Basic through good choices and decisions. You can earn as high as more than $30,000 a year after several years in the field and later down the road. You can also earn higher by choosing your employer right. The highest paying employer for EMT's are the state administration where you can receive an EMT salary of more than $40,000 per year.
The place where you work is also another factor. Some areas just pay a lot better than others. Some of the states where you can earn a high salary are Hawaii and Alaska where you can earn higher than $40,000 a year. Denver is one of the cities that offers the highest salary for cities in the US.
It is better if an EMT would continue to have higher training and education and become a paramedic. Compared to the EMT, Paramedic command a much higher salary. EMTs still need to take courses to keep their certification so why not get a higher education after a year of working. Paramedics has a salary of more than twice of any EMTs.
It will be a worthwhile investment to learn new skills and accept more responsibility. You'll get to do more advanced task and save more lives as well. Many aspiring medical physicians started out as EMTs and Paramedic to try and test the waters. Increase your EMT salary today by increasing your skills and knowledge in the EMS field.END AKISMET -->
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