What is a ‘senior’ lecturer salary?
A university lecturer can earn a salary of up to $60,000 a year, according to a new report from the Federation of Higher Education Professionals (FEHP).
That’s up from $50,000 in 2018.
The report, which focuses on the top 50 lecturers in the United States, comes just weeks after the Department of Education released a report on “senior” lecturers that said that there were only 11,000 senior lecturers who were in the workforce by 2021.
According to the report, only 5 percent of lecturers were employed by universities.
But that’s an increase of more than 10,000 lecturers from 2017, when only 5,000 were in academia.
The total number of senior lecturing positions for universities has dropped from 12,871 to 12,632 over the past decade.
The new report says that in 2021, the average salaries of senior teaching staff increased by $22,000, to $53,000.
The median annual salary for senior lectured faculty is $78,000 according to the FEHP.
But the report also says that a lot of those increases are going to be coming from the top of the list.
The report shows that for the first time, the top 10% of the lecturers’ salaries were all in the $80,000 range, up from the $70,000 median.
The top 10 percent earned $82,000 and the median was $68,000 for the same group.
But as with the number of lecturing jobs, the number working in these roles is growing.
According to the 2018 report, the US has more than 40,000 junior lecturers, or 25% of all senior lecturer positions.
That’s up to 9,500 from last year, which was up from 8,000 the year before.
But the report notes that this is a drop in the bucket compared to the number that were working full time in the US, which reached a record high of nearly 22 million in 2016.
The biggest driver of this growth is the increase in the number and type of graduate students entering academia, with the average number of students entering universities having grown by 6% over the last 10 years.
The number of graduates with Ph.
D.s is also up significantly, which is what drove the number up by 3%.
And as the number increases, the pay increases.
In 2019, the median salary for a senior lecturist was $71,000 per year, up $10,000 from the previous year.
The figure was up $12,000 on the previous five years.