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In terms of individual states, teachers in California are the highest paid, with an average annual salary of about $55,000, followed by Michigan, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and New York – all above $50,000. South Dakota is the state with the lowest average salary at a little more than $30,000. The highest starting salaries are offered in Alaska ($36,000), New Jersey ($35,000); New York ($35,000), Connecticut ($35,000) and California ($35,000). Public-school teachers generally earn more than private-school teachers.

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The average beginning teacher salary is about $30,000. New England, Mid-Atlantic, Great Lakes, and Pacific states have average salaries in the low $50,000s. The Southeast and Rocky Mountain regions have salaries in the low $40,000s, on average. Average salaries in the Plains and Southwestern states are in the high $30,000. In terms of individual states, teachers in California are the highest paid, with an average annual salary of about $55,000, followed by Michigan, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and New York – all above $50,000.

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