Benchmark Salary Information

  • The number of Psychology Teachers currently employed in Eastern and Southern Colorado Nonmetropolitan Area is 50.
  • Psychology Teachers in Eastern and Southern Colorado Nonmetropolitan Area earn an average of $53,290 per year or $25.62 per hour.
  • The percentage of Colorado Psychology Teachers who work in Eastern and Southern Colorado Nonmetropolitan Area is less than 1%.
  • The percentage of U.S. Psychology Teachers who work in Eastern and Southern Colorado Nonmetropolitan Area is less than 1%.

Rankings for Eastern and Southern Colorado Nonmetropolitan Area

  • Ranks #3 in Colorado for salary and #6 when adjusted for cost-of-living.
  • Ranks #3 in Colorado for the number of psychologists employed.
  • Ranks #145 in the nation for salary and #164 when adjusted for cost-of-living.
  • Ranks #107 in the nation for the number of psychologists employed.

Compared to Colorado

Eastern and Southern Colorado Nonmetropolitan Area Psychology Teachers earn an average of $53,290 or $25.62 per hour which is 28% less than the Colorado average salary of $74,040.

AverageEastern and Southern Colorado Nonmetropolitan AreaColorado% Difference
Hourly Wage$25.62$35.60-28.03%
Annual Salary$53,290$74,040-28.03%
Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and U.S. Department of Commerce – 2022*

Compared to the U.S.

Eastern and Southern Colorado Nonmetropolitan Area Psychology Teachers earn an average of $53,290 or $25.62 per hour which is 39% less than the U.S. average salary of $88,390.

AverageEastern and Southern Colorado Nonmetropolitan AreaU.S.%
Hourly Wage$25.62$42.50-39.71%
Annual Salary$53,290$88,390-39.71%
Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and U.S. Department of Commerce – 2022*

Salary Adjusted for Cost-of-Living

When adjusted for cost-of-living, Psychology Teachers in Eastern and Southern Colorado Nonmetropolitan Area earns an average annual salary of $55,743 which compares to the Colorado average annual salary of $74,040. per year.

Cost-of-living in Eastern and Southern Colorado Nonmetropolitan Area is 4% less than the Colorado average, which means Eastern and Southern Colorado Nonmetropolitan Area residents have an overall less cost for food, housing, utilities and transportation compared to Colorado average.

  • Colorado average salary is $74,040.
  • Colorado cost-of-living adjusted salary is $71,974.
  • Eastern and Southern Colorado Nonmetropolitan Area average salary is $53,290.
  • Eastern and Southern Colorado Nonmetropolitan Area cost-of-living adjusted salary is $55,743.
LocationAverage Annual WageCost of LivingAdjusted COL Wage
Eastern and Southern Colorado Nonmetropolitan Area$53,29095.60%$55,743
Colorado$74,040102.87%$71,974
U.S.$88,390$88,390
Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and U.S. Department of Commerce – 2022*

Salary Ranges for Education and Experience

In Eastern and Southern Colorado Nonmetropolitan Area, 50% of Psychology Teachers earn between $25,630 and $62,100 a year, depending on factors such as level of education, experience, location and place of employment.

About 10% of Psychology Teachers earn more than $77,100, which is a rate for highly skilled, experienced and educated Psychology Teachers.

Approximately 10% of Psychology Teachers earn under $25,630, a rate generally reserved for less experienced or entry level Psychology Teachers.

PercentExperienceEmployedAnnual Salary
10%Less than a Year5Under $25,630
15%2 – 4 years8$25,630 – $25,630
25%5 – 9 years12$25,630 – $48,720
25%10 – 14 years12$48,720 – $62,100
15%15 – 20 years8$48,720 – $77,100
10%20+ years5Above $77,100
Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and U.S. Department of Commerce – 2022*

Salary Compared to Related Professions

Psychology Teachers tend to earn more than Social Workers ($46,510), Health Care Social Workers ($47,540), and Substance Abuse Counselors ($51,210).

TitleAnnual Salary
Psychology Teachers$53,290
Substance Abuse Counselors$51,210
Health Care Social Workers$47,540
Social Workers$46,510
Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and U.S. Department of Commerce – 2022*

FAQ for Eastern and Southern Colorado Nonmetropolitan Area Psychology Teachers

The number of Psychology Teachers currently employed in Eastern and Southern Colorado Nonmetropolitan Area is 50.

Psychology Teachers earn an average of $53,290 per year or $25.62 per hour in Eastern and Southern Colorado Nonmetropolitan Area.

When adjusted for Cost of Living in Eastern and Southern Colorado Nonmetropolitan Area Psychology Teachers earn an average of $55,743 per year or $27 per hour.

The types of psychologists that are paid the highest annual salary in Eastern and Southern Colorado Nonmetropolitan Area are Psychology Teachers($53,290), Substance Abuse Counselors($51,210), Health Care Social Workers($47,540).


Additional Salary Reports for Psychology Teachers in Colorado cities and Metros and U.S. States.

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