A $24,000 salary for a teacher in Ohio is pretty sweet.
But when it comes to teacher salaries in the country, it’s not that simple.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, teachers in the United States make an average of $31,000 per year.
But in the state of Ohio, it averages $39,000.
The average salary for teachers in Ohio, according to the BLS, is $30,934.
That’s a little higher than the national average of nearly $30.50.
The BLS also has a chart that shows how Ohio teachers pay out of pocket, but it shows how teacher salaries vary widely.
The chart shows that teachers make more in the city of Cincinnati, which has the second highest median household income in the US.
That number jumps to $34,621 for a typical household of four.
For a teacher working in a small city, a salary of $39.50 can easily be the difference between making enough money to pay rent and paying for food and gas.
But for a high school teacher in the Cleveland area, a $31.50 salary may not be enough to live on.
The salary difference between teachers in Cleveland and the state average of around $40,000 is just $3.41.
That means that for teachers working in the Brownsville-Canton area, they would need to work as hard as they possibly can to earn a salary that can pay for rent and food and utilities.