AP United States History tutor in Huntington Beach



At this time we have AP United States History tutors available in Huntington Beach.


AP United States History tutor availability last updated: Friday, August 18th, 2017.  


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We provide AP United States History tutors in most areas of Orange County, including Huntington Beach. Our experienced AP United States History tutors are experts in their AP United States History subject areas and are able to explain concepts in different ways to accommodate a variety of learning styles. Whether you are struggling and needing to catch up, or you are advanced and want to explore more, our AP United States History tutors can accommodate you. We believe we offer a superior service and hope you choose us for your AP United States History tutoring needs.


Information regarding History majors in college and in career:

Hunter Programs Education has tutors for AP United States History.

U.S. News ranks undergraduate History programs:

1. Tie:  Princeton University, University of California, Berkeley, Yale

2. Tie:  Princeton University, University of California, Berkeley, Yale

3. Tie:  Princeton University, University of California, Berkeley, Yale

4. Tie: Harvard, Stanford, University of Chicago

5. Tie: Harvard, Stanford, University of Chicago

History degree average salary by Payscale.com

High school teacher: $33,276-$74,764

Attorney: $38,170-$248,323

Operations manager: $36,895-$87,586

Popular schools: University of Washington, University of California, Berkeley, Columbia, University of California, Los Angeles, College of William and Mary

Historian career information according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics:

Median pay: $52,480 per year

Number of jobs: 3,800

Projected percent change 2012 to 2022: +6%

Employment change 2012 to 2022: +200

Citation: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition, Historians,
on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/life-physical-and-social-science/historians.htm (visited September 15, 2015).

Work Environment:

Historians work in government agencies, museums, archives, historical societies, research organizations, nonprofits, and consulting firms. Some must travel to carry out research. Most work full time.