Salaries for Wisconsin teachers hover just around the middle when compared to other states. Nationally, Wisconsin’s teacher pay ranks at 26th based on averages. Experience counts in Wisconsin, however, as new teachers can expect to make salaries that rank at 49th in the nation. While salaries may not be incredibly high, they do mark an large increase from previous years and show a strong interest in educational funding and attention to cost of living concerns from the state. Wisconsin teachers will enjoy a relatively low cost of living, helping their salaries go further even if they are lower than other states. Teachers will enjoy other benefits as well, including retirement plans and health insurance, and these should be factored into any decision about teaching in Wisconsin.

Average Teacher Salaries in Wisconsin

are from the 2006-2007 Kenosha Unified School District #1 and reflect entry level wages

  • Average Teacher Salary (Bachelor’s Degree): $32,456
  • Average Teacher Salary (Master’s Degree): $35,745
  • Average Teacher Salary (PhD): $38,211

Get a teaching certificate in Wisconsin »

Interested in becoming a teacher or education professional?

We'll help match you to accredited online college programs according to your interests.

Search Online Degrees