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It has been found by the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development that in 2012 the average of math teacher salaries in New Jersey was $85,770. The median was 5.7% less at $80,900. Salaries at the 25th percentile averaged $60,670, which were likely entry-level. Salaries at the 75th percentile, which were likely experienced-level, averaged $104,310. This was a difference of nearly 42%. There was, however, a noticeable difference in salaries by location, as can be seen below:

Newark/Union

- Average: $90,070
- 25th Percentile: $61,380
- Median: $83,210
- 75th Percentile: $110,920

Edison

- Average: $84,650
- 25th Percentile: $66,260
- Median: $84,260
- 75th Percentile: $103,990

Mercer County

(Trenton, Hamilton Township)

- Average: $100,810
- 25th Percentile: $65,320
- Median: $86,690
- 75th Percentile: $111,370

The U.S. Department of Labor provided the table below of math teacher salaries across New Jersey:

Area name

Employment

Annual median wage

Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton PA-NJ

230

71700

Camden NJ Metropolitan Division

150

81250

Edison-New Brunswick NJ Metropolitan Division

340

72810

Newark-Union NJ-PA Metropolitan Division

450

84190

New York-White Plains-Wayne NY-NJ Metropolitan Division

2520

96040

Trenton-Ewing NJ

80

Estimate Not Released

Wilmington DE-MD-NJ Metropolitan Division

160

67730