As of May 28, 2024, an Adjunct Mathematics Professor in the United States earns
an average salary of $58,568 per year.

An Adjunct Mathematics Professor's salary can be paid hourly,
weekly or monthly depending on the company and job type.
Most part-time jobs will be paid hourly or weekly.
Using the salary calculator, the average pay comes out to be about
$28 an hour,
$1,126/week,
or $4,881/month.

The average salary of an Adjunct Mathematics Professor ranges
from $49,276 to $70,337.
The average salary range for an Adjunct Mathematics Professor varies widely,
which indicates that there are many opportunities for advancement, promotions, and salary increases.
These opportunities depend on many factors, including skills, education, certifications, location, and years of experience.

According to job salary data displays, Adjunct Mathematics Professor in District of Columbia and California are high in demand.
Adjunct Mathematics Professor in District of Columbia earn an average salary of $65,186 per year,
which is $6,618(11.3%)
more than the national average of $58,568.
District of Columbia is ranked as the top salary of an Adjunct Mathematics Professor nationwide.

Below is a list of the average salaries for an Adjunct Mathematics Professor in 10 cities in the United States.
We've identified 354 cities
where the typical salary for an Adjunct Mathematics Professor job is above the national average.
The highest paying city for an Adjunct Mathematics Professor is in San Jose, CA,
and the average salary for an Adjunct Mathematics Professor job is $73,503,
which is higher than the national average.

This is followed by Santa Clara, CA
and Fremont, CA in second and third places,
which beat the national average by $14,935(25.5%)
and $14,818(25.3%) respectively. In fourth place is Daly City, CA,
which pays $14,642(25%),
above the national average. San Francisco, CA, Oakland, CA and Berkeley, CA continue the rankings.

Based on the summary of average salaries paid by cities,
the Adjunct Mathematics Professor job market in San Jose, CA is relatively active
with a higher-paying salary compared to other cities in the United States.

Finally, Adjunct Mathematics Professor jobs pay differently based on the city, even if they are in the same state.
The cost of living might be a key factor when considering the location and salary of an Adjunct Mathematics Professor position.

CITY | Annual Salary | Monthly Pay | Weekly Pay | Hourly Wage |
---|---|---|---|---|

San Jose | $73,503 | $6,125 | $1,414 | $35 |

Santa Clara | $73,503 | $6,125 | $1,414 | $35 |

Fremont | $73,386 | $6,115 | $1,411 | $35 |

Daly City | $73,210 | $6,101 | $1,408 | $35 |

San Francisco | $73,210 | $6,101 | $1,408 | $35 |

Oakland | $71,453 | $5,954 | $1,374 | $34 |

Berkeley | $71,453 | $5,954 | $1,374 | $34 |

Hayward | $71,336 | $5,945 | $1,372 | $34 |

Union City | $68,408 | $5,701 | $1,316 | $33 |

West New York | $68,408 | $5,701 | $1,316 | $33 |

There are 11 jobs that we find are related to the Adjunct Mathematics Professor job category,these similar jobs include Professor - Mathematics,Adjunct Instructor Mathematics,Professor Of Mathematics,Asst. Professor - Mathematics,Assoc. Professor - Mathematics,College Professor - Mathematics,University Professor - Mathematics,Assistant Professor of Mathematics,Adjunct Faculty -- Developmental Mathematics,Adjunct Professor,and College Assistant Professor - Mathematics.

All of these 11 jobs are paid
between $60,338 to $113,357,
and the Adjunct Professor gets the highest paid with $113,357 from them.
Those similar job salaries are paid differently by many factors such as company size, department base, responsibility, and others.
If you're qualified to be hired for one of these similar jobs to the Adjunct Mathematics Professor,
you could refer to the below list of job salaries based on market prices in the United States.

JOB TITLE | Annual Salary | Monthly Pay | Weekly Pay | Hourly Wage |
---|---|---|---|---|

Professor - Mathematics | $112,164 | $9,347 | $2,157 | $54 |

Adjunct Instructor Mathematics | $60,338 | $5,028 | $1,160 | $29 |

Professor Of Mathematics | $106,456 | $8,871 | $2,047 | $51 |

Asst. Professor - Mathematics | $72,138 | $6,012 | $1,387 | $35 |

Assoc. Professor - Mathematics | $85,360 | $7,113 | $1,642 | $41 |

College Professor - Mathematics | $112,200 | $9,350 | $2,158 | $54 |

University Professor - Mathematics | $112,170 | $9,348 | $2,157 | $54 |

Assistant Professor of Mathematics | $74,442 | $6,204 | $1,432 | $36 |

Adjunct Faculty -- Developmental Mathematics | $65,011 | $5,418 | $1,250 | $31 |

Adjunct Professor | $113,357 | $9,446 | $2,180 | $54 |

College Assistant Professor - Mathematics | $72,200 | $6,017 | $1,388 | $35 |

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