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Business teachers, postsecondary

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Occupational Profile
Occupation Category
Education, training, and library
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Business teachers, postsecondary
City, State Workforce Salary (Year) Pay (Hour)
Allentown Metro, PA190$44,540$21.41
Cleveland Metro, OH320$55,120$26.50
Harrisburg Metro, PA210$57,180$27.49
Jackson, MS330$44,270$21.28
Kansas City, MO370$45,490$21.87
Newark, NJ380$60,780$29.22
Oklahoma City, OK520$49,060$23.59
Omaha, NE240$50,050$24.06
Philadelphia, PA1,890$60,060$28.88
Pittsburgh, PA730$66,890$32.16
San Juan Metro, PR370$29,800$14.33
Seattle Metro, WA770$56,360$27.10
Washington, DC1,620$50,840$24.44
Percentage Growth Comparative Growth
125.92%
59
106.83%
50
96.94%
45
212.42%
100
54.69%
25
83.38%
39
31.53%
14
147.89%
69
60.92%
28
77.48%
36
41.29%
19
26.65%
12
108.20%
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