New Hampshire

Teachers working in New Hampshire can expect to make a salary that is pretty average when compared to the rest of the nation. A survey done by the AFT in 2005 placed the state at 23rd in the nation in terms of teacher compensation. Teachers in New Hampshire can count on additional benefits in addition to their salaries. A new online program created by the state helps teachers to get additional professional development and to better learn to use technology to work in the classroom. Those working towards certification in New Hampshire may be able to secure funding for their studies by agreeing to work in New Hampshire after completion of the program. This is due to a shortage of teachers in some areas, which can make it easier for many teachers to find employment in the state.

Average Teacher Salaries in New Hampshire

Salaries are from the 2006-2007 Dresden School District 70 and reflect entry level pay.

  • Average Teacher Salary (Bachelor’s Degree): $35,895
  • Average Teacher Salary (Master’s Degree): $39,843
  • Average Teacher Salary (PhD): $48,817

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