Becoming a Spanish Professor via Online Education?

At the very least, online education can help you lay a foundation and/or open up alternate career paths. Penn Foster Career School is a US school (accredited) offering spanish courses to train individuals to become top-notch spanish teachers, spanish interpreters, spanish tutors, spanish language and culture specialists, spanish professors, etc. Currently, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics there are 27,020 people employed as foreign language and literature teachers alone in America, and their average annual salary is $63,300. Colleges and universities like Penn Foster Career School that provide online education are successfully launching workers into this field.

Spanish Professor Salary Information

Category: Foreign language and literature teachers, postsecondary

Total # Employed in the US 27,020
Average Yearly Salary $63,300
Yearly Salary Range
PERCENTILE
10%25%50%75%90%
$33,320 $42,900 $56,740 $77,600 $103,030
Employment Demographics
% OF WORKERS WITH
< High School Diploma High School Diploma Some College Associate Degree Bachelor Degree Master Degree Doctoral Degree
0.2% 0.7% 2.7% 2.3% 15.3% 34.6% 44.2%
Foreign language and literature teachers, postsecondary — WAGES BY STATE, SORTED BY SALARY
STATEAverage Hourly WageAverage Annual Salary
Alabama - $54,520
Arkansas - $66,190
California - $63,150
Colorado - $80,320
Connecticut - $53,940
Delaware - $70,040
Florida - $64,310
Hawaii - $58,930
Idaho - $54,960
Indiana - $57,160
Kansas - $50,290
Kentucky - $56,650
Louisiana - $65,270
Maine - $50,690
Maryland - $56,390
Massachusetts - $53,300
Michigan - $72,180
Mississippi - $61,880
Missouri - $69,860
Montana - $62,740
Nebraska - $62,160
Nevada - $53,710
New Hampshire - $47,620
New Jersey - $46,790
New Mexico - $61,720
New York - $45,810
North Carolina - $64,700
North Dakota - $66,740
Ohio - $58,900
Oklahoma - $75,820
Oregon - $56,830
Pennsylvania - $50,770
South Carolina - $63,690
South Dakota - $43,950
Tennessee - $64,690
Utah - $67,620
Virginia - $89,180
Washington - $59,850
West Virginia - $51,200
Wisconsin - $51,160
Wyoming - $61,760
Guam - $61,010
Puerto Rico - $65,970


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