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Physics teachers, postsecondary

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Occupational Profile
Occupation Category
Education, training, and library
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Physics teachers, postsecondary
City, State Workforce Salary (Year) Pay (Hour)
Boston, MA350$66,840$32.13
Cleveland Metro, OH60$59,300$28.51
Jackson, MS60$35,630$17.13
New York, NY350$67,360$32.38
Pittsburgh, PA180$62,690$30.14
San Francisco, CA120$56,730$27.27
Scranton Metro, PA70$64,670$31.09
Washington, DC230$69,430$33.38
Percentage Growth Comparative Growth
50.84%
24
130.34%
63
114.83%
56
42.24%
20
76.20%
37
65.41%
32
203.98%
100
45.86%
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