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What is the average salary of Harvard University Adjunct Instructor?

Harvard University Adjunct Instructors earn $20,000 annually, or $10 per hour, which is 89% lower than the national average for all Adjunct Instructors at $52,000 annually and 107% lower than the national salary average for ‚Äčall working Americans. The highest paid Adjunct Instructors work for Northwood University at $147,000 annually and the lowest paid Adjunct Instructors work for Bryan College at $15,000 annually.

$20K Cambridge, MA Adjunct Instructor Average Salary at Harvard University ·

-$32K (88%) less than national average Adjunct Instructor salary ($52K)
-$31K (87%) less than average Harvard University salary ($51K)

What is the salary for Adjunct Instructor at Harvard University?

The salary for Adjunct Instructor at Harvard University is $20,000 annually.

What company pays the highest salary for the Adjunct Instructor position?

Northwood University pays the highest salary for the Adjunct Instructor position at $147,000 annually.

What company pays the lowest salary for the Adjunct Instructor position?

Bryan College pays the lowest salary for the Adjunct Instructor position at $15,000 annually.

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