Spanish Teachers in the US make on average $46,619 annually or $22.41 hourly.While the top 10 percent make over $64,000 per year, the bottom 10 percent make under $33,000.Professional companies and Hospitality companies tend to have the highest concentration of employment in this field.The best states for high paying Spanish Teacher jobs are California, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Florida, and Massachusetts.The typical tenure for a Spanish Teacher is 3.7 years.
Spanish Teachers in the US makes an average salary of $46,619 per year or $22.41 per hour.The top city when it comes to Spanish Teacher salaries is San Francisco, CA at $76,928 per year.The San Francisco, CA average entry-level salary for Spanish Teachers is $49,000.The top 5 states with the highest reported Spanish Teacher salaries are California, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Florida, and Massachusetts.Nevada, Oklahoma, Montana, West Virginia, and Idaho have the lowest reported salaries for Spanish Teachers.
Spanish Teachers report their job security as good. Just as in every field, some employers pay higher wages than others.Professional companies and Hospitality companies tend to have the highest concentration of employment in this field.Spanish Teachers at America Can and Cleveland Municipal School District report the highest salaries.In addition, companies like Lycee Francais de New York and Lighthouse Academies report highly competitive salaries for Spanish Teachers.
Wages for Spanish Teachers can differ based on the industry they work in.Our data shows that Internet companies, Non Profits companies, and Manufacturing companies tend to have the highest salaries for Spanish Teachers.Internet companies pay their Spanish Teachers the highest wages, averaging $47,025 per year. Non Profits companies and Manufacturing companies pay well too, at $46,774 and $46,724, respectively.At $46,213, the average salary for Spanish Teachers in the Utilities industry is lower than other industries.