How much do EMTs make an hour?

Answer Entry-level EMTs earn on average $9.73 to $13.35 per hour, according to PayScale's 2009 statistics. After 5 years, the pay increases to $11.01 to $15.69 per hour. EMTs with over 10 years of experie... Read More »

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How much do EMTs make an hour in nyc?

As of November 2009, an EMT, or emergency medical technician, in New York City earns nearly $15.50 an hour, based on a 40-hour workweek, at the beginning of his career. His pay gradually increases ... Read More »

How much do EMTs make yearly?

Emergency medical technicians, or EMTs, had a median annual salary of $27,070 in 2006. EMT salaries vary based on location and employer. In 2006, the lowest paid 10 percent of EMTs earned $17,300 p... Read More »

What do EMTs do on their job?

Emergency medical technicians (EMTs) are responsible for the assessment and appropriate emergency care of sick and injured patients and transporting them to a medical facility in an ambulance, if n... Read More »

How many CE hours are required for EMTs?

The required continuing education (CE) hours for an emergency medical technician (EMT) are 24 hours. Within the 24-hour requirements, it can take from one hour up to eight hours to cover a required... Read More »