Business Teacher, Postsecondary Salary
The majority of Postsecondary Business Teachers in the United States — slightly more than half — boast more than 10 years of experience in their profession. Salaries stretch from $35K to $79K per year, and the median is $43K annually. This field is filled with high levels of job satisfaction; most Postsecondary Business Teachers are happy with their jobs. Some workers in this field — just under a third — are not awarded benefits. Medical coverage is reported by a strong majority and dental plans are enjoyed by slightly less than a third. The majority of Postsecondary Business Teachers (67 percent) who took the survey are female. This report is based on answers to PayScale's salary questionnaire.
|Salary||$35,058 - $68,030|
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|$35,325 - $78,881|
Job Description for Business Teacher, Postsecondary
A business teacher in the postsecondary realm teaches the subject of business in a college or university environment. The business teacher will usually have to follow state and school guidelines, as to what should be taught in the curriculum. The teacher may be given the curriculum by the school, but he or she may also choose to suggest changes to the curriculum for future classes. Individual lesson plans are usually left up to the teacher. Therefore, it is important to be able to come up with engaging and meaningful lesson plans, so that the students can easily retain the information. The business teacher may choose to include teaching aids, such as videos, photos, class notes, and other visual aids, which will help the student to understand the material. Creating lesson plans will usually be done outside of class time. This preparation time may or may not be paid, depending on the situation.Read More...
In addition to preparing and teaching classes, the teacher may be expected to have office hours, in which he or she will be available to answer any questions or concerns that students may have. Strong computer skills are necessary, especially if some courses are taught online. However, most teachers will need computer skills for data entry, communication with staff and students, and creating lesson plans and notes. The business teacher should have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree or a master’s degree in a field related to business. Some schools will require the teacher to have a PhD.
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Postsecondary Business Teachers generally obtain higher compensation for more plentiful past experience. People who have worked for fewer than five years bring home $39K on average. Median compensation in the five-to-10 year group, however, is higher at approximately $44K. After working for 10 to 20 years, Postsecondary Business Teachers make a median salary of $59K. Postsecondary Business Teachers who surpass 20 years on the job report pay that isn't as high as one would expect; the median compensation for this crowd sits around $65K.
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