The Michigan Department of Technology, Management & Budget has found that the median of math teacher salaries in Michigan is $80,360, though the average is 5.7% higher at $85,200. Salary at the bottom 10th and 25th percentiles, which is usually inclusive of recent grads and those with less experience, is $43,350 and $60,710 respectively. Given this, the top 75th and 90th percentiles are generally representative of the most experienced math teachers. The salaries at those levels are $107,530 and $141,060 respectively.

Also, we can look at salary by location:

Detroit/Warren/Livonia

- Average: $63,670
- Median: $60,000
- 25th Percentile: $36,550
- 75th Percentile: $84,830
- 90th Percentile: $108,750

Ann Arbor

- Average: $120,990
- Median: $117,910
- 25th Percentile: $100,870
- 75th Percentile: $149,520
- 90th Percentile: $175,160

Lansing/East Lansing

- Average: $81,700
- Median: $79,450
- 25th Percentile: $67,880
- 75th Percentile: $91,250
- 90th Percentile: $111,510

Flint

- Average: $88,320
- Median: $88,140
- 25th Percentile: $64,350
- 75th Percentile: $111,130
- 90th Percentile: $121,280

More salary information about math teachers in Michigan can be seen in the table below:

Area name

Employment

Annual median wage

Ann Arbor MI

520

120090

Detroit-Livonia-Dearborn MI Metropolitan Division

280

85880

Detroit-Warren-Livonia MI

450

81210

Grand Rapids-Wyoming MI

90

Estimate Not Released

Kalamazoo-Portage MI

70

62480

Lansing-East Lansing MI

180

80740

South Bend-Mishawaka IN-MI

140

74930

Warren-Troy-Farmington Hills MI Metropolitan Division

170

68410

Upper Peninsula of Michigan nonmetropolitan area

50

76250

Balance of Lower Peninsula of Michigan nonmetropolitan area

100

64210