Brown University Student Worker Hourly Pay in Providence, RI
- United States
- Any Experience
- 0-1 Years
- 1-3 Years
- 4-6 Years
- 7-9 Years
- 10-14 Years
- 15+ Years
The estimated total pay for a Student Worker at Brown University is $16 per hour. This number represents the median, which is the midpoint of the ranges from our proprietary Total Pay Estimate model and based on salaries collected from our users. The estimated base pay is $16 per hour. The "Most Likely Range" represents values that exist within the 25th and 75th percentile of all pay data available for this role.
How accurate is this most likely Total Pay range (base + additional) of $13-$20/hr?
Check out real people talking anonymously about pay
Does it make sense to take a job opportunity that pays similar in another state so relocation is involved. I make 86k currently with 2 YOE. There is an opportunity in Amazon with Pay between 90-95k
Discuss Student Worker Pay with the Community
Engage in conversations about Student Worker pay with other professionals in the community.
Michigan High School Teacher
If you could do it again, would you still become a teacher in today’s climate not just Covid but the whole attack economically and socially. If you yes , Would you choose teach the same thing that you teach now? If No what would you do for a living?
California High School Teacher
Would you take a job that pays you 25k more a year if you had to do an hour long commute both ways? Or the school that you can walk to for 25k less? And no, relocation is not an option. (For those who need more details, one salary is about $65k and the other is about $90k as a 5th year teacher.)
Nevada Middle School Teacher
For teachers that are about to retire, do you feel as if you have sufficient funds to allow you to retire coming from your pension or investment accounts? I’m in my third year of teaching and contributing over 1000 a month to my 403b retirement account, 600 a month into my Roth IRA, and maxing out my health savings account but I’m not sure it will be enough to allow me to retire by the time I hit my 20th year. Do you feel as if this is enough?
New York Elementary School Teacher
We live in a society where people working from home buy mouse movers so they can take mid-day naps, but they get rewarded with bonuses annually. Meanwhile, teachers spend their own money on their students, work countless hours after school for no pay, and their only means of a “bonus” is taking and paying for additional classes to move up a salary scale … Seems pretty backwards to me 🤷🏽♀️
Got a burning question about pay at Brown University? Just ask!
On Glassdoor, you can share insights and advice anonymously with Brown University employees and get real answers from people on the inside.