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Data published by the Workforce Intelligence Network, which is the North Dakota State Government’s website for labor market data, indicates that median math teacher salaries in North Dakota average $59,310 per year. At the starting level, math teachers have been noted to average $38,330 per year but average $75,950 per year at the experienced level.

In the Grand Forks metropolitan area, the median among math teachers is $83,780 with entry and experienced salaries at $58,010 and $97,320 respectively.

In the Fargo Public School District, math teachers receive the following salary based on educational degree:

Bachelor’s Degree

- Step 1: $39,290
- Step 2: $39,674
- Step 3: $40,058
- Step 4: $40,442
- Step 5: $40,826
- Step 6: $41,593
- Step 7: $42,169
- Step 8: $42,745
- Step 9: $43,897
- Step 10: $45,432
- Step 11: $46,584
- Step 12: $48,120

Master’s Degree

- Step 1: $40,442
- Step 2: $40,634
- Step 3: $41,018
- Step 4: $41,210
- Step 5: $43,129
- Step 6: $45,432
- Step 7: $47,352
- Step 8: $49,271
- Step 9: $51,191
- Step 10: $53,494
- Step 11: $55,414
- Step 12: $57,333
- Step 13: $59,253
- Step 14: $61,172
- Step 15: $62,324

Salary information from the U.S. Department of Labor is shown below:

Area name

Employment

Annual median wage

Grand Forks ND-MN

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