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Higher Ed Jobs in Boston, MA

Accountant Position for Service Company

Creative Financial Staffing

Boston, MA

Matchmaker (Hiring Managers + Job Seekers)

Creative Financial Staffing

Boston, MA

Special Agent

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Boston, MA

Manager, Trades Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing

Bentley University

Waltham, MA

Licensed Practical Nurse, LPN - Ambulatory Admin - College Testing Program

Tufts Medical Center

Boston, MA

Middle School PE/Health Teacher & Athletic Director (IMMEDIATE OPENING)

Match Education

Boston, MA

Electrical Engineer

Zucker Associates

$80000 - $150000 / Per Year

Boston, MA

Sr. Technology Solutions Partner


Boston, MA

Senior Mechanical Engineer


Boston, MA

Boston Higher Education Jobs Overview

Higher education (Higher-ed) professionals are the professors, administrators, and researchers who interact with postsecondary students who are looking to make their mark in the world. Higher-ed jobs are often found in colleges, universities, career schools, or technical/trade schools; duties may include planning lessons, providing support, and instructing students with the best learning materials available. These jobs are available to competent, personable, and well-organized job seekers who have completed a post-bachelor's degree.

When you become a postsecondary professor, administrator, or researcher, you help shape the next generation of professionals. You may be a history, science, or business professor or the head of a specialized department. As an administrator, you may help prospective students apply for college and ensure that they have the credentials they need to get admitted.

Working as a higher-ed professional offers a decent salary and plenty of employment opportunities. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 9% increase in new postsecondary teaching jobs within the next 10 years.

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About Working in Boston, Massachusetts

Boston is one of America's oldest cities. Whether you call it Beantown, the Cradle of Liberty, or the Hub, there are plenty of fun things to do in Boston. You can check out a Red Sox game at Fenway Park, walk the Freedom Trail, or take a Swan Boat ride in the Public Garden. If you're hungry, you don't have to stick with the city's famous baked beans—you can grab a cannoli in the North End or a cup of clam chowder just about anywhere. In fact, Boston was ranked one of the best U.S. cities for foodies. Ready to move to Beantown? You'll be happy to know that the Boston jobs market is robust.

With a low unemployment rate and a booming tech sector, there are tons of jobs in Boston. The average annual salary in Boston is also much higher than the U.S. national average. If you want to expand your job search outside the Boston metro area, consider checking out job listings in Waltham, Newton, and Quincy.

Update Your Boston Higher Education Resume

Colleges and postsecondary schools want to hire the best possible candidates they can find. Before you apply, be sure to update your resume and make your skills, experience, and credentials stand out. Monster offers a comprehensive list of tips on how to write the best higher-ed resume. You'll also need a well-written cover letter that briefly describes your professional background and reasons for applying. We offer cover letter writing tips and samples to help you write yours.

How Much Do Higher Education Jobs Pay in Boston, Massachusetts?

Got money on your mind? You should! Make sure you’re getting paid what you’re worth. Our Salary Tools can help you understand what you can expect to make in higher education jobs in Boston, Massachusetts, as well as the skills that can boost your value and what the next steps in your career might be. Right now, the median college professor/ instructor pay in Boston is $59,811 per year, which is 3% higher than the national average.

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