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Teaching Schools
In Mountain Home, Arkansas

Teaching faculty can choose to work at only one teaching school in Mountain Home. The trends in Mountain Home's teaching academic community can be evaluated by looking at the statistics and graphs below, which includes teaching training at the teaching associates degree level.


Professional Trends

Mountain Home Vs. Arkansas Teaching Employment

Mountain Home 1,950
Arkansas 36,940

Exactly 1,950 of the 35,120 teaching professionals employed in Arkansas, work in Mountain Home. The number of teaching professionals in Mountain Home has grown by 5% from 2006 to 2010. As the employment for teaching professionals in Mountain Home has increased, overall employment in Mountain Home has also increased.

Mountain Home Vs. Arkansas Teaching employment growth

29,500 35,350 34,430 35,350 35,120
1,860 1,980 2,240 No data 1,950
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  • Grey: Arkansas
  • Dark Yellow: Mountain Home

Teaching VS. All professions salaries in Mountain Home

$40,215 $42,483 $43,563 No data $46,926
$26,320 $27,330 $28,920 No data $29,800
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  • Light Blue: Teaching in Mountain Home
  • Dark Yellow: All Professions in Mountain Home

Salaries for teaching professionals in Mountain Home have increased. Mountain Home teaching professionals made $46,926 per year, on average, in 2010. The average salary for teaching professionals in Mountain Home was $40,215 per year, four years earlier in 2006. This growth is faster than the salary trend for all careers in Mountain Home.

Salary percentiles for Teaching professionals in Mountain Home

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Teaching professionals in Mountain Home make a median yearly salary of $47,307. The difference in pay between the teaching professionals in the lowest pay bracket and those in the highest pay bracket is approximately 88%. Those in the lowest 10% of the pay bracket earn less than $32,994 per year, while those in the highest 10% of the pay bracket earn more than $62,169 per year.

Average Salaries for Teaching professionals and related professions in Mountain Home

Early Childhood Education
Special Education
Elementary Education
Educational Leadership

On average teaching professionals in Mountain Home earn salaries that are higher than the salaries earned by other professionals in Mountain Home.

Educational Trends

Teaching schools in Mountain Home


Many of Mountain Home's teaching professionals are graduates of the only accredited teaching school in the city.

Teaching Programs Offered In Mountain Home


Mountain Home's teaching school offers one teaching degree and certificate program.

Student Completed Teaching Degrees In Mountain Home


In 2010 approximately 27 students graduated from teaching courses.

Teaching Faculty Salaries in Mountain Home, Arkansas

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