Junior High School Vocation Teachers Salaries, Locations, and Schools
Nationally, there are 16,000 junior high school vocation teachers. The occupation is characterized by a very low joblessness level. The unemployment rate for employees was 2% in 2006.
Junior high school vocation teachers working less than full time, whether by design or chance, were 10% of the total.
Successful workers find it useful to have a bachelor's or higher degree, plus work experience. According to recent surveys, 95% of employees had received a degree. Junior high school vocation teachers with some schooling beyond high school, but not a college degree, total about 5%.
Looking at workers per capita, Lynchburg (Virginia), Houma (Louisiana), and Greensboro (North Carolina) rise to the top of the list. Chicago (Illinois), Boston (Massachusetts), and New York (New York) have the fewest per capita. The highest salaries for employees are in and around Hartford (Connecticut), Bridgeport (Connecticut), and Santa Ana (California). The lowest-paying areas are Tucson (Arizona), Asheville (North Carolina), and Virginia Beach (Virginia).
Detailed local employment conditions for Junior High School Vocation Teachers in metro areas across the US are shown in the table below.
Local Jobs Info for Junior High School Vocation Teachers
Employment info for Junior High School Vocation Teachers, by metropolitan area (for 2006). A Market Strength rating of 1.0 means the city (and surroundings) has an average number of workers in the occupation for to its population. A higher number indicates relatively more workers for the occupation in that location.
|State||City and Surroundings||Market Strength||Workers||Median Wage|
|District of Columbia||Washington||2.47||350||$65,000|
|New York||New York||0.2||60||$66,000|
|North Carolina||Winston Salem||5.53||70||$40,000|
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