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  • Lead Teacher

    $28k-41k yearly est.1d ago
  • Preschool Teacher

    $29k-37k yearly est.6d ago
  • Assistant Pre-K Teacher

    $15-17 hourly5d ago
  • Lead Infant/Toddler Teacher

    $28k-33k yearly est.4d ago
  • Teacher - Entry Level (Teach For America Corps)

    $62k yearly3d ago
  • Infant/Toddler Lead Teacher

    $30k-35k yearly est.2d ago
  • Substitute Instructor

    $29k-38k yearly est.4d ago
  • Teacher of the Visually Impaired (VI)

    $43k-64k yearly est.11d ago
  • Child Care Infant and Toddler Teachers

    $28k-33k yearly est.5d ago
  • Special Assistant

    $29k-39k yearly est.9d ago
  • Teacher

    $37k-65k yearly est.8d ago
  • Teachers at KinderCare at Town Center

    $28k-33k yearly est.17d ago
  • Assistant Day Care Teacher

    $15-18 hourly5d ago
  • Spring Education Group Careers - Assistant Preschool Teacher - 2's Program

    $26k-38k yearly est.6d ago
  • Instructional Assistant - Grade 1

    $23k-31k yearly est.1d ago
  • Teacher

    $32k-43k yearly est.9d ago
  • Pre-K Teacher

    $34k-45k yearly est.6d ago
  • Assistant Pre-K Teacher

    $15-17 hourly3d ago
  • Preschool Assistant Teacher

    $29k-38k yearly est.1d ago
  • Child Care Infant Teacher

    $20.2-27.2 hourly5d ago

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Average Salary For an Assistant Language Teacher

Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for an Assistant Language Teacher is $25,862 per year or $12 per hour. The highest paying Assistant Language Teacher jobs have a salary over $33,000 per year while the lowest paying Assistant Language Teacher jobs pay $19,000 per year

Updated February 8, 2023
Average Assistant Language Teacher Salary
$25,862 yearly
$12 hourly
$19,000
10%
$25,862
Median
$33,000
90%

5 Common Career Paths For an Assistant Language Teacher

Teacher

Being a teacher is one of the most passionate professions, among others. Teachers educate, motivate, and guide every generation of learners to prepare them for the real world. Every teacher is unique and has their own teaching styles and methods depending on the subject they teach and the age of their students. Oftentimes they also function as a parent, counselor, coach, friend, and even a lawmaker. There is essentially no limit to the roles a teacher portrays.

Substitute Teacher

Substitute teachers are responsible for filling in the role of regular teachers who will not be able to come to school. They may be engaged short-term or long-term, depending on the need. Substitute teachers should have a deep understanding of the topics that are related to the subject matter and are appropriate to the learning level of the student. They should be able to advance the lessons while the regular teacher is unavailable. At times, they are required to create their own lesson plans. Substitute teachers should have the skills of regular teachers. They should also be flexible and adaptable.

Instructor

Instructors are responsible for imparting knowledge to students. They are well-versed in different topics related to their area of teaching. They prepare lessons, create presentation materials and other collaterals, and present these to the students. They manage the classroom and ensure that students are attentive. Instructors are also responsible for creating ways to check the students' knowledge retention through schoolwork and examinations. They also evaluate their teaching style as well to further improve their skills for the next batch of students. Instructors should be patient, creative, and well-versed in classroom management.

English Instructor

An English instructor is responsible for teaching the learners everything about language and literature, including the English language's disciplines, nature, and history. English instructors monitor the students writing and listening skills, reading comprehension, and confidence in public speaking, identifying their learning challenges, evaluating their progress, and assessing their knowledge by conducting a series of tests and activities that would practice their capabilities. An English instructor must have excellent knowledge of the teaching principles, as well as expertise of the English language to support the students throughout the learning process.

Nanny

Nannies are family employees who are primarily responsible for taking care of children in the family's house. They are usually tapped to take care of the kids while the parents are at work or away on vacation. Their responsibilities include preparing food for the children, feeding the children, bathing them, dressing them up, ensuring that they take a nap, playing with them, and tucking them to bed at night. They also ensure that the schedule set by the parents is being followed. They may also do other household chores such as cleaning, watering the plants, washing the dishes, among others.

Illustrated Career Paths For an Assistant Language Teacher