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Montana Math Teacher Salary Expectations

In 2013, the Montana Department of Labor & Industry, Research & Analysis Bureau, revealed average and median math teacher salaries in Montana of $57,420 and $53,720 respectively. The Department also concluded that the low end of salaries was $34,920 while the high end of salaries was $73,330, which was a difference of roughly 52%.

It’s important to note that geographic location often causes noticeable differences in salary. Below is the salary schedule on which math teachers in the Billings Public Schools are paid:

Bachelor’s Degree

  • Step 0: $35,391
  • Step 1: $36,399
  • Step 2: $37,410
  • Step 3: $38,424
  • Step 4: $39,431
  • Step 5: $40,443
  • Step 10: $44,992
  • Step 14: $48,967 (maximum)

Bachelor’s Degree Plus 30 Units

  • Step 0: $37,826
  • Step 1: $38,975
  • Step 2: $40,126
  • Step 3: $41,272
  • Step 4: $42,421
  • Step 5: $43,569
  • Step 10: $49,537
  • Step 14: $54,266 (maximum)

Master’s Degree of Bachelor’s Degree Plus 60 Units

  • Step 0: $40,443
  • Step 1: $41,716
  • Step 2: $42,987
  • Step 3: $44,260
  • Step 4: $45,530
  • Step 5: $46,805
  • Step 10: $53,168
  • Step 14: $59,928 (maximum)

Montana math teacher salary information published by the U.S. Department of Labor:

Area name
Employment
Annual median wage
Southwestern Montana nonmetropolitan area
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61750