Salaries in the world of education continue at the same pace in the corporate world as reported in January 2016. Based on the titles of the jobs that we have been posting daily on Twitter at https://Twitter.com/2Elearning, we’re going to look at 24 different jobs in the Education space.
In one year since we last published these results, we’ve seen some remarkable growth in salaries in the HR world. Both the VP of Human Resources and the Chief Human Resource Officer’s salaries grew by $51,000. The next biggest gain was in the Director of Human Resources’ salary at $50,000. The good news is there were more salaries in the growth category than in the loss category.
In the lost arena, the Director of Learning Technologies job shrank by $19,000. That job was closely followed by E-learning Designers, whose salary drop was $16,000.
The highest salaries are still being paid to the VP’s of Learning & Development and their C level equivalent, Chief Learning Officer. At the very bottom of the list are Public School Teachers and Training Managers.
We’ll report on salary growth periodically, as well as show you where educators are earning the most dollars – regardless of title. If you’d like to see the daily jobs that we have been posting, you can follow us on Twitter at https://Twitter.com/2Elearning.
- VP Learning & Development – $169,000 (no change)
- Chief Learning Officer – $156,000 (no change)
- Vice President of Human Resources – $132,000 (Up $51,000)
- Chief, Human Resources – $128,000 (Up $51,000)
- Director Learning & Development – $123,000 (no change)
- Training Delivery Lead – $102,000 (Up $32,000)
- Director of Elearning – $95,000 (no change)
- Director of Human Resources – $94,000 (Up $50,000)
- Senior Instructional Designer – E-Learning – $88,000 (Up $10,000)
- College Dean – $83,000 (no change)
- Elearning Storyline Developer – $80,000 (no change)
- Manager of Instructional Design – $76,000 (no change)
- Content Developer – $75,000 (no change)
- Elearning Developer – $73,000 (no change)
- Elearning Instructional Designer – $71,000 (Up $5,000)
- E-Learning Designer – $61,000 (Down $16,000)
- Manager of Curriculum Development – $68,000 (no change)
- Instructional Designer – $65,000 (no change)
- Director, Learning Technologies – $52,000 (Down $19,000)
- College Professor – $52,000 (no change)
- Elearning Specialist – $44,000 (Up $2,000)
- High School Teacher – $42,000 (no change)
- Public School Teacher – $39,000 (no change)
- Training Manager – $21,000 (no change)
Highest reported salaries still go to the top 10 Udemy instructors. Udemy last announced that their top ten earning instructors cleared $17M in course sales. They said that the earnings ranged from $500,000 to more than $8 million dollars. Press release: https://press.udemy.com/sharing-economy-millionaires-top-udemy-instructors-continue-to-crack-major-earnings-threshold/.