Google Trend growth of High School Teachers has been very steady with a small dip that started in 2007 and lasted until about 2011. By the time 2012 rolled around the trend around search interest in High School Teachers picked back up and showed stronger interest and has continued into 2013. A small dip this year that will recover as the school year picks back up can be seen in 2013 for interests in High School Teachers.
Bureau of Labor Statistics information for High School Teacher salaries states that in 2010 the median pay for teachers was $53,230 a year which is right around $25.59 an hour if you figure in a 365 day work year. We all know teachers don’t work for around 3 months however upping that by the hour figure. A High School Teacher requires at least a Bachelor’s degree to obtain a position and they will sometimes do internships. The total number of High School Teacher jobs in the US in 2010 were 1,037,600. The job growth rate for HS Teachers is expected to be around 7% growth from 2010 – 2020 adding around 71,900 High School Teacher jobs from 2010 to 2020. If you use our state by state salary listings for High School Teachers below you’ll see that you can earn as much as $58,000 a year which is about $5,000 more a year over the median salary by working in a higher paying state.
Listed below is information that is specific to High School Teacher job salaries that you can expect to receive in that state area. Our state by state breakdown allows you to see which state is best to get a job as a High School Teacher. The salary information provided below is off of real-world job listings for High School Teachers and the pay offered for those jobs. We source Indeed, Simply Hired, PayScale and GlassDoor.com. The information provided by Indeed about their process for collecting salary averages is as follows: “Indeed Salary Search is based on an index of salary information extracted from over 50 million job postings from thousands of unique sources over the last 12 months. Many job descriptions don’t contain salary information, but there are enough that do to produce statistically significant median salaries for millions of keyword, job title and location combinations – in fact, most job searches you are likely to think of. As new jobs are added each day, the Indeed Salary Search index is automatically updated with fresh salary data, so the salary results are as up-to-date as they could possibly be.”