Teacher salaries in New York City and Washington D.C. vary greatly by location, and in some cases even by state.
To help you determine which teacher salary is right for you, we created a Salary Report that provides you with the latest salary information from both public and private schools in your chosen state.
The salary information provided below is from the latest year for each state.
If you’re a parent or grandparent of a student at a public school in your state, we encourage you to take advantage of our Parent Teacher Salary Report to see how much your child will make in the future.
Here are the top ten salaries for teacher teachers in each state:New York State Salary Report:The New York State salary report has a few key differences from the national average.
For one, it does not include the salary of the top 5% of teachers in the state.
In fact, it only includes teachers with the highest average salary for that position.
For a detailed breakdown of the New York salary report, please visit our Salary Report article.
Additionally, New York teachers earn an average annual salary of $85,000, and a median salary of about $70,000.
For comparison, the median annual salary for teachers in New Jersey is $58,000 and the median salary for public school teachers is $52,000 (see this article for a detailed explanation of how the median is calculated).
According to the New Yorker, the state of New York has the highest ratio of teachers to students in the country.
This ratio is estimated to be higher than that of all other states combined, with New York ranking fourth in the nation.
This makes New York the sixth-most-populous state in the United States.
The New Yorker also pointed out that the New Yorkers have a very generous teachers’ pensions.
The average teacher pension in New Yorkers’ district is $85.50 per month, and teachers with a median pension of $69.50 get an average of $1,150 per month.
Teachers in the Bay State have a more complicated education and living situation than other states.
While New York does not have a standardized curriculum, teachers can choose from a variety of subjects, including English, Math, Science, History, and Social Studies.
The salary information below includes a detailed list of all the types of teaching jobs in the district.
As we mentioned earlier, teachers in San Francisco are paid a higher average annual pension than teachers in many other states, but teachers in Santa Clara County have a median yearly pension of about 80%.
San Francisco teachers are also expected to work 40% longer than teachers elsewhere in California.
If you are a parent of a child in the San Francisco Bay Area, we hope that this Salary Report will help you make a decision about whether to join the teacher workforce in your district.
Teachers in the region can be extremely expensive, and while it may seem like a good salary to get in, there are some significant downsides to being a teacher in San Franciscos district.
We hope that you enjoy our Salary report, and if you have any questions, please let us know at [email protected]