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Kumon average salary is $38,912, median salary is $38,022 with a salary range from $38,022 to $40,690.
Kumon salaries are collected from government agencies and companies. Each salary is associated with a real job position. Kumon salary statistics is not exclusive and is for reference only. They are presented "as is" and updated regularly.
Low
38,022
Average
38,912
Median
38,022
High
40,690
Total 3 Kumon Salaries. Sorted by Date, page 1
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Classroom Teacher 38,022-38,022 Costa Mesa, CA, 92626 2013 Kumon Classroom Teacher Salaries (2)
Kumon Costa Mesa, CA Salaries
Classroom Teacher 38,022-38,022 Costa Mesa, CA, 92626 2012 Kumon Classroom Teacher Salaries (2)
Kumon Costa Mesa, CA Salaries
Teacher 40,690-40,690 Orange, CA, 92856 2012 Kumon Teacher Salaries (1)
Kumon Orange, CA Salaries
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  • City: Perrysburg, OH
  • Kumon is an after-school learning program designed to help children master the basics of math and reading, eventually studying above their grade level. Kumon was started 50 years ago in Japan by Toru Kumon, a teacher and parent who wanted to help his son do better in school. The unique instructional method he created was so successful that his son was able to do calculus by the time he was in the sixth grade. THE GREATEST GIFT YOU CAN GIVE YOUR CHILD IS CONFIDENCE. Nothing gives a child more confidence in school than a solid command of the basics: the...