Salary for deaf education teacher

Whether you’re deaf, hard of hearing, or just thinking about switching careers and becoming a teacher, one of your biggest questions will be — will I make enough money? How much do education teachers get paid a year? This article explores the salary range for deaf education teachers.

The average salary for a deaf education teacher is $52,000 per year.

The deaf education teacher salary varies depending on the location, experience and qualifications of the applicant.

In general, deaf education teachers are paid more in metropolitan areas than they are in rural areas because of higher cost of living expenses in urban areas.

Salary for deaf education teacher

How much does a Deaf Education Teacher make?

The average Deaf Education Teacher in the US makes $51,648. Deaf Education Teachers make the most in San Francisco at $78,055, averaging total compensation 51% greater than the US average.

U.S. Average

$51,648

$10,545$266,082

Base Salary

$51,648

Bonus

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Get Bonus

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Salary Ranges for Deaf Education Teachers

The salaries of Deaf Education Teachers in the US range from $10,545 to $266,082 , with a median salary of $47,867 . The middle 57% of Deaf Education Teachers makes between $47,867 and $120,222, with the top 86% making $266,082.

How much tax will you have to pay as a Deaf Education Teacher

For an individual filer in this tax bracket, you would have an estimated average federal tax in 2018 of 22%. After a federal tax rate of 22% has been taken out, Deaf Education Teachers could expect to have a take-home pay of $44,346/year, with each paycheck equaling approximately $1,848*.

Quality of Life for Deaf Education Teacher

With a take-home pay of roughly $3,696/month, and the median 2BR apartment rental price of $2,506/mo**, a Deaf Education Teacher would pay 67.81% of their monthly take-home salary towards rent.

** This rental cost was derived according to an online report at Apartment List
*** Average cost of living was acquired from Numbeo’s Cost of Living Index

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