Salary Details for a PhD Student at University of Southern California in Los Angeles, CA
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The estimated total pay for a PhD Student at University of Southern California is $52,410 per year. 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 $52,410 per year. The "Most Likely Range" represents values that exist within the 25th and 75th percentile of all pay data available for this role.
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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?
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 🤷🏽♀️
Utah High School Teacher
Is it normal for schools to deduct pay for unpaid time off at a higher hourly rate than your actual hourly rate? We get 3 days of combined PTO/sick days per year. Those days were used up when I had COVID in Oct. A few weeks ago I had a medical emergency and spent 2 days in the hospital, having to take unpaid time off. My district deducts UPTO pay at a rate that assumes your salary is divided by 9 months instead of 12. eg; your normal hourly is $25, they deduct $35/hr from your pay.
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The average salary for a PhD Student is $54,807 per year in Los Angeles, CA, which is 4% higher than the average University of Southern California salary of $52,410 per year for this job.
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University of Southern California Benefits
- Health Insurance(147 comments)
“PPO has a great network of providers, but you might need to travel to a USC facility to reap the full benefits.”
- Vacation & Paid Time Off(57 comments)
“As a professor you have a lot of vacation time but the salary is proportional to the real working hours”
- Dental Insurance(26 comments)
“No dental insurance for anything”