The graduate school professor in charge of the Spanish Language program at the University of California, Los Angeles is getting a raise and a new job.
The University of Texas at Austin professor in a teaching role is the highest paid in the U.S., according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
In 2015, he earned $137,904.
In 2014, he received $135,811.
He also earned a $10,000 raise in 2015.
He’s also getting a job with an organization that provides support for undocumented immigrants.
The BLS also published a report this week that showed that the salary of a full-time professor in the Graduate School of English in 2018 was $170,800, which is about $2,000 more than the average full-timers salary in the country.
According to the BLS, the median salary of teaching assistants and faculty assistants in the US is $66,300.
It’s $58,200 for a professor at a public university, and $54,600 for a non-tenured faculty member.
In fact, the average teaching assistant salary in 2018 is $46,000.