Philippine Women's University
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Teacher monthly salaries in National Capital Region at Philippine Women's University

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Location
Average salary
Php 19,967 per month
19%
Above national average
Average Php 19,967
Low Php 10,000
High Php 32,000

Salary estimated from 6 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 12 months. Last updated: January 12, 2023

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Reviews for Teacher in Philippine Women's University

You may want to go and stay at the same time

The high school students are very friendly and respectful even though some of them came from different schools. You will meet different kinds of of students with different kinds of needs. In term of the faculty members, so far I experiences the best and not-so-worst batches; it still depends on how well you adapt with different people. If you are focused more on working and have no other things to worry about, this institution is gor yo.

Pros

Students, teaching and non-teaching staff

Cons

Work and life balance, low salary and no OT pay, slow-paced salary increase, less benefits
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Dealing with young people are very inspiring.

As a part time teacher, you need to balance your full time job and part time work. Being a teacher, you need to be prepared before facing your students. Since I am a full time worker, I manage time management and of course dedication and patience in my day to day endeavor are my weapons.
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Student-centered but not Pro-Teachers

PWU JASMS teaching pedagogy is ideal and progressive. It is true that they are students centered.However, they are not pro-teachers. Workload does not equate the salary. You are asked to work OT with no pay, "Para sa mga bata". Management is chaotic and not proactive making work more hard and stressful. They play favorites and would believe rumors. Instead of engaging in a conversation, they will do passive aggressive things to address it. Lastly, they don't listen to the teachers and engaging in a dialogue with the Admin is never welcome.Yet, there are a strong bond among the teachers. They help each other and would collaborate to make the work easy.
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How much is the salary of a Teacher at Philippine Women's University in National Capital Region?

Average Philippine Women's University Teacher monthly pay in National Capital Region is approximately Php 19,967, which is 19% above the national average.

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