How much does a teaching assistant earn?

Answer The PayScale Report reveals that as of May 2010, a teaching assistant can have a beginning annual salary of $16,390 to $27,025. At one to four years of experience, a teaching assistant receives $14... Read More »

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How can a teaching assistant support another teaching assistance in the school?

How much does a research assistant earn?

According to the Department of Labor's Occupational Outlook Handbook, graduate school teaching and research assistants earned a typical wage in 2008 (the most recent data available) of $29,850 a ye... Read More »

How much does a nursing assistant earn?

In 2006, the median hourly rate for nursing assistants was $10.67, according to the U. S. Department of Labor's 2008-2009 Occupational Outlook Handbook. Nursing assistants working as home health ai... Read More »

What does a dental assistant earn in New Zealand?

In New Zealand, dental assistants received hourly wages with a median range of $10.21 to $12.97 as of July 2010, according to Payscale New Zealand. The annual total pay of dental assistants in New ... Read More »