High School Chemistry Teacher Average Salary

High School Chemistry Teacher Total Pay (?
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$25,168 - $78,470
(Median)
25K
47K
78K
MEDIAN: $46,880
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50%
90%

High School Chemistry Teacher is most closely related to High School Teacher

High school teachers, also called secondary school teachers, provide instruction to students in one or more areas of study within a public or private high school. They may also supervise extracurricular activities, proctor state testing exams, assist with college preparation (such as by writing letters ...
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MEDIAN: $47,653
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