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In 2012, the Iowa Workforce Information Network, the website managed by the Iowa Workforce Development, released data indicating median and average Iowa math teacher salary expectations differing by just 6.6% at $67,910 and $72,760 respectively. The data also pointed to the fact that the lowest-level salaries, which are typically starting salaries, tend to range between $34,380 and $45,510. Similarly, experienced math teachers in the top 25% statewide averaged $90,300, and those in the top ten percent averaged 24% more at $119,470.

It’s important to point out, however, that salary is as equally affected by location as it is experience. Below is a look at how math teachers are paid throughout the state:

Des Moines

- Average: $64,440
- Median: $53,030
- 25th Percentile: $36,990
- 75th Percentile: $81,040
- 90th Percentile: $113,720

Davenport

- Average: $67,980
- Median: $61,380
- 25th Percentile: $50,350
- 75th Percentile: $85,420
- 90th Percentile: $98,730

Council Bluffs

- Average: $61,200
- Median: $56,640
- 25th Percentile: $45,720
- 75th Percentile: $74,810
- 90th Percentile: $91,920

Sioux City

- Average: $55,060
- Median: $52,480
- 25th Percentile: $43,190
- 75th Percentile: $66,290
- 90th Percentile: $74,570

Waterloo/Cedar Falls

- Average: $86,520
- Median: $82,990
- 25th Percentile: $57,150
- 75th Percentile: $102,400
- 90th Percentile: $139,910

Math teacher salaries throughout Iowa are shown in the table below, as recorded by the U.S. Department of Labor: