Anyone know how much a Sign Language teacher/professor makes a year?



Answers:
As always, it depends on how many months in a year you teach and if the position is tenured. It also depends upon the location you want to teach at and at what level. Another aspect is your qualifications and certificates. Having said that, below is a table that depicts a sign language interpreter' pay at St Petersburgh College:

Interpreter Salary Schedule

2006-2007

Job Description
*Sign Language Interpreter

Grade 1
Competency Level I
Minimum $14.87/hr
Maximum $22.30/hr

Competency Level II
Minimum $17.10/hr
Maximum $25.65/hr

Competency Level III
Minimum $18.81/hr
Maximum $28.22/hr

*Lead Interpreter for the Deaf (National Certification)

Grade 2
Competency Level I
Minimum $20.11/hr
Maximum $30.16/hr

Competency Level II
Minimum $23.12/hr
Maximum $34.69/hr

Competency Level III
Minimum $25.43/hr
Maximum $38.16/hr

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