Academic Instructors in the US make on average $43,695 annually or $21.01 hourly.While the top 10 percent make over $72,000 per year, the bottom 10 percent make under $26,000.Most Academic Instructor jobs are in Professional companies and Hospitality companies.The best states for high paying Academic Instructor jobs are District of Columbia, New York, Alabama, Texas, and Massachusetts.The typical tenure for an Academic Instructor is 2.6 years.
The national average salary for an Academic Instructor in the United States is $43,695 per year or $21.01 per hour.The top city when it comes to Academic Instructor salaries is Buffalo, NY at $62,000 per year.The average entry-level salary in Buffalo, NY is $31,000.District of Columbia, New York, Alabama, Texas, and Massachusetts are the states with the highest payscale for Academic Instructors.Arizona, Montana, Oklahoma, South Dakota, and West Virginia are at the bottom for competitive pay.
Academic Instructors can expect good job security. Some industries pay higher than others.The most abundant employment opportunities for Academic Instructors are in Professional companies and Hospitality companies.Boeing and Osseo Area Schools are the highest paying companies.Companies like Culver City and Res-Care Premier also report very competitive wages for Academic Instructors.
Academic Instructor salaries can vary depending on the industry.Our data shows that Hospitality companies, Technology companies, and Manufacturing companies tend to have the highest salaries for Academic Instructors.Hospitality companies pay Academic Instructors an average salary of $47,130, Technology companies pay $47,055, and Manufacturing companys come in at $46,639.The types of companies that pay Academic Instructors the least are in the Health Care industry, where the average annual salary is $40,263.