If you’re in preschool, you might be paying more than you think.

Here’s what you need to know about teacher salaries.1.

Teachers in the US make $19,000 per year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.2.

The average salary for a full-time teacher in New Jersey is $46,200.3.

In New York City, the median annual salary for teachers is $43,500.4.

The median annual pay for an associate or associate teacher in Los Angeles is $44,600.5.

The pay for a teacher in San Diego is $42,100.6.

The national average salary is $48,000.7.

The federal average is $49,600, according the Bureau, which means the average teacher makes $47,400 in total.8.

Teachers across the US are making an average of $49.10 per hour.9.

The typical teacher in Philadelphia is making $48.20 an hour.10.

There are 1.8 million teachers in the United States, which is roughly 4.5% of the population.11.

Most teachers make $40,000 or less per year.12.

In California, teachers make an average $44 per hour, according a 2015 report from the Bureau.13.

Teachers work a total of more than 4 million hours a year.14.

The National Center for Education Statistics found that the average salary of a teacher increased by 7.3% between 2015 and 2016.15.

Teachers earn more per year than nurses and other public school teachers.16.

In the last decade, the average hourly pay for full- and part-time teachers in New York state rose by 25%.17.

The salary for the full- time teacher in Washington state is $54.00 an hour, or about $15.00 per hour more than the national average.18.

There’s a big difference between teachers earning more than $80,000 and $80k, as the median income for a New Jersey teacher is $72,400.19.

In 2015, the New York Times reported that teachers earn an average annual salary of $80.60.20.

Teachers make an extra $1,500 per year if they’re part-timers.21.

Teachers’ paychecks increase as they work longer hours.22.

The New York State Legislature approved a teacher salary increase of $20.60 per year in 2018, but only for a three-year period.23.

Teachers also make more money than any other professional group, with average hourly wages of $64.40.24.

According to a 2016 report from PayScale, teachers in Pennsylvania, where the average is about $60.00, earn an extra half a million dollars per year on average.25.

The U.S. Department of Education reported in 2016 that there were 1.6 million teachers working in the U..

S., but it did not provide any data on the number of teachers.26.

The Bureau of Education Statistics also found that teachers make up more than half of all state and local public school workers, although it did note that there are about 2.3 million state and more than 8 million local school teachers nationwide.27.

Teachers are generally paid well above the average for other professionals in the same job.28.

The BLS reported in 2015 that teacher salaries were $45,500, which includes base pay, benefits, and other salary and benefits.29.

The American Federation of Teachers reported in 2014 that teachers made about $35,000 annually in New England, which was about $10,000 above the national median.30.

The number of full-timing elementary and middle school teachers in America was about 4.2 million in 2014, according for the National Center of Education Stats.31.

The total number of teacher positions in New Orleans, Louisiana is around 1,300.32.

Teachers receive an average salary that is about 6.6 times the average in California.33.

The state of New Jersey had the lowest teacher salary of any state in 2016, according Bureau of Educational Statistics data.34.

The teachers in California earn an annual salary that was $50,500 in 2016.35.

Teachers average $55,400 per year at the local level.36.

There were 5,300 teachers in Philadelphia in 2017.37.

The salaries of full time teachers in Arizona were about $50.50 per hour in 2017, the Bureau said.38.

Teachers made an average total of $44.10 in 2017 in New Mexico.39.

The most expensive city in the country for teachers was Orlando, Florida, with a median salary of nearly $65,000, according data from the BLS.40,The median salary for an elementary teacher in Florida was $53,200, according an 2016 report by the Bureau for Labor Statistics and the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities.41