Top 10 Countries Where Teachers Make the Most Money
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When you reach that 20th overtime-hour, grading papers after school, late on a Friday night, have you ever wondered how much teachers in other places around the world make? Well, we do! That's why we put together this list to feed your wondering minds, and give you an idea of what our teacher friends around the world earn for all their sweat and tears.
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That teacher to student ratio is a bit outdated I think. I live in the Netherlands and the average is NOT 16,4 students to 1 teacher. More like 28 students I think.
I live in the USA and am a public school speech-language pathologist (special education) with a master’s degree plus 40 extra credits. I make roughly $75K USD after 30+ years of experience. My caseload numbers for the last two years averaged out at 47 students. Paid contracted work week is 40 hours, less 30 minute “duty free” lunch, and mandatory meetings and trainings before and after those hours that we are not compensated for.
I live in the United States. I made $43,000.00 USD after 20 years teaching mathematics.
I have 16 years’ experience
2000€/month before income taxe
South African teachers get paid less than unschooled miners. Starting salary is about $500 per month (10 000 Rand). Average class size is 45:1, but can get as large as 65:1. Contact time with students 40 formal hours per week.
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