Physical Chemistry Teachers in America make an average salary of $62,347 per year or $29.97 per hour.Those in the bottom 10 percent make under $41,000 a year, and the top 10 percent make over $92,000.New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Alaska, and Rhode Island have the highest paying Physical Chemistry Teacher jobs.The typical tenure for a Physical Chemistry Teacher is 3.1 years.
Average Physical Chemistry Teacher Salary By Location
The national average salary for a Physical Chemistry Teacher in the USA is $62,347 annually or $29.97 hourly.Skokie, IL reports the highest Physical Chemistry Teacher salaries at $83,862 per year.Even as an entry-level Physical Chemistry Teacher, you will make $48,000 per year in Skokie, IL.The highest earning states when it comes to Physical Chemistry Teacher salaries are New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Alaska, and Rhode Island.On the other hand, Mississippi, Montana, Arizona, Oklahoma, and South Dakota report the lowest wages for Physical Chemistry Teachers.
Average Physical Chemistry Teacher Salary By Company
Physical Chemistry Teachers report their job security as good. Just as in every field, some employers pay higher wages than others.Hebrew Theological College and The University of Alabama are the highest paying companies.
Average Physical Chemistry Teacher Pay By Industry
Wages for Physical Chemistry Teachers can differ based on the industry they work in.Our data shows that Energy companies, Hospitality companies, and Non Profits companies tend to have the highest salaries for Physical Chemistry Teachers.Energy companies pay Physical Chemistry Teachers an average salary of $69,884, Hospitality companies pay $65,426, and Non Profits companys come in at $64,816.At $56,511, the average salary for Physical Chemistry Teachers in the Health Care industry is lower than other industries.