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**According to Salary.com, the median annual income for a secondary teacher, also called a high school teacher, is $55,712, as of 2014.** Statistically, 50 percent of high school teachers earn less than the median salary.

Salary.com states that several factors impact the final annual earnings of a high school teacher. Teaching in a public or private school greatly impacts salary. Location, years of teaching experience, the size of the school district and education level all drive the final offered rate. For example, a teacher holding a bachelor's degree earns less than a teacher holding a master's degree.

As of 2014, the median total compensation is $79,439. This includes benefits, such as 403B (the teacher retirement plan), health care, pension plans and paid time off.

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## How much do teachers get paid a year?

A:As of 2012, high school teachers earned an average of $57,770 a year, while elementary school teachers earned slightly less at $56,130. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the median annual salary for a high school teacher in 2012 was $55,050.

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## How much do teachers make?

A:According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual salary in 2012 was $53,090 for kindergarten and elementary school teachers and $55,050 for high school teachers. The top 10 percent of kindergarten and elementary school teachers made more than $78,230, and the lowest 10 percent made less than $32,450.

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