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In 2013, the average math teacher salary in Massachusetts was found by the Massachusetts Department of Labor and Workforce Development to be $93,490. This is significant in that it exceeds the national average, which the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports is $74,210, by 20.6%. The median salary of math teachers in Massachusetts is $84,160, while the most experienced are noted to earn $113,300, on average. Given that salary is often subject to location, here we look at math teacher salaries geographically:

Boston/Cambridge/Quincy

- Average: $95,130
- Entry: $53,170
- Experienced: $116,120
- Median: $82,830

Worcester

- Average: $82,500
- Entry: $53,650
- Experienced: $96,930
- Median: $77,170

Springfield

- Average: $95,930
- Entry: $61,430
- Experienced: $113,170
- Median: $103,070

Franklin/Hampshire WIA

- Average: $88,554
- Entry: $51,481
- Experienced: $107,091
- Median: $80,061

Additional salaries of math teachers in Massachusetts, as published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, are shown in this table:

Area name

Employment

Annual median wage

Boston-Cambridge-Quincy MA-NH

900

82830

Boston-Cambridge-Quincy MA NECTA Division

640

87790

Providence-Fall River-Warwick RI-MA

240

76180

Springfield MA-CT

240

103070

Worcester MA-CT

100

77170

Northwest Massachusetts nonmetropolitan area

40

Estimate Not Released

North Central Massachusetts nonmetropolitan area

90

84370