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Although the Utah Department of Workforce Services does not have specific salary information, it has been estimated by the U.S. Department of Labor that there is an average among math teacher salaries in Utah of $69,110. The median salary is about 12.5% less at $60,450.

In the Provo School District, math teachers with a bachelor’s degree start out earning a minimum of $29,496. However, there are many levels of advancement available:

Bachelor’s Degree

- Level A: $29,496
- Level B: $30,089
- Level C: $30,683
- Level D: $34,376
- Level E: $35,056
- Level F: $35,766
- Level G: $40,052

Master’s Degree

- Level A: $31,827
- Level B: $32,464
- Level C: $33,116
- Level D: $37,083
- Level E: $37,836
- Level F: $38,589
- Level G: $41,760
- Level H: $44,077
- Level I: $44,960
- Level J: $46,307
- Level K: $46,684
- Level L: $47,060
- Level M: $48,001
- Level N: $48,378
- Level O: $48,769
- Level P: $49,739
- Level Q: $50,144
- Level R: $50,535
- Level S: $51,549
- Level T: $51,969
- Level U: $52,374
- Level V: $53,431
- Level W: $53,851
- Level X: $54,286
- Level Y: $55,372
- Level Z: $55,820

Salary levels AA through AO, at the master’s level, begin at $56,255 and increase to $66,738.

The U.S. Department of Labor provides the following salary figures of math teachers in Utah:

Area name

Employment

Annual median wage

Ogden-Clearfield UT

40

47120

Provo-Orem UT

170

61720