The national average salary for a Peer Teacher in the U.S. is $53,659 annually or $25.8 hourly.There is a huge gap between the top 10 percent earners and the bottom 10 percent earners -- about 49,000. The top 10 percent earn over $83,000, while the bottom 10 percent make less than $34,000 annually.Employers that have the highest concentration of job opportunities for Peer Teachers are Professional companies and Hospitality companies.New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and New Jersey have the highest paying Peer Teacher jobs.The typical employment for a Peer Teacher is 2.9 years.
Across America, Peer Teachers make on average $53,659 annually or $25.8 hourly.New York, NY reports the highest annual salary for Peer Teachers at 69,282.The average starting salary in New York, NY for Peer Teachers is $40,000.New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and New Jersey are the top 5 highest earning states for Peer Teachers.Kansas, Colorado, Missouri, South Dakota, and Arizona are the lowest earners.
Peer Teachers report their job security as good. Just as in every field, some employers pay higher wages than others.Professional companies and Hospitality companies have the most job opportunities for Peer Teachers.The two companies that report the highest salaries for Peer Teachers are Sandia Lab Federal Credit Union and Cosmo's Ocean County Auto Parts.Companies like San Ramon Valley High School and LifeStream also report very competitive wages for Peer Teachers.
Peer Teacher salaries can vary depending on the industry.Our data shows that Manufacturing companies, Education companies, and Hospitality companies tend to have the highest salaries for Peer Teachers.Manufacturing companies pay their Peer Teachers the highest wages, averaging $54,494 per year. Education companies and Hospitality companies pay well too, at $54,129 and $53,382, respectively.The types of companies that pay Peer Teachers the least are in the Professional industry, where the average annual salary is $52,556.