New Hampshire and New Mexico topped WalletHub's 2020 ranking of the worst states for teachers.
Top 10 States with the Highest Teacher Shortages1. California. Even before the pandemic, the state of California began experiencing mass teacher shortages. Nevada. Washington. Arizona. Hawaii. Indiana. District of Columbia (Washington D.C.) Virginia.
Best States for TeachersWashington. Washington's overall score of 56.28 makes it the best state in the U.S. for teachers, ranking second for Opportunity & Competition and tenth for Academic & Work Environment. Utah. New Jersey. Delaware. Pennsylvania. North Dakota. Virginia. Maryland.
Mississippi has the lowest average teacher salary of $45,574, followed by West Virginia with $47,826. The other states with average teacher salaries under $50,000 a year are New Mexico, Florida, South Dakota, Kansas, and Arizona.
Newsweek counts down the U.S. states paying public elementary and secondary school teachers the highest average annual salary.New York ($87,543)2. California ($84,659) Massachusetts ($83,622) Connecticut ($78,247) New Jersey ($76,376) Maryland ($73,444) Washington ($72,965) Alaska ($70,877)
New York has the highest average annual salary for public-school teachers (adjusted for cost of living), $77,867, which is 1.6 times higher than in Maine, the state with the lowest at $47,353.
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