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Average Salary For High School Teacher at New York City Department of Education

$34,836 - $93,923
(Median)
36K
44K
56K
72K
91K
MEDIAN: $56,113
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Compare Employers: High School Teacher at New York City Department of Education

New York City Department of Education Nycdoe NYC Board of Education
Compensation
Salary
$35,762 - $90,965
$40,255 - $100,380
$44,851 - $99,605
Bonus
not applicable
$56.85 - $3,124
not applicable
Total Pay
$34,836 - $93,923
$38,952 - $102,950
$44,748 - $109,200
     
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Typical Benefits Healthcare BenefitsDental BenefitsVision Benefits Healthcare BenefitsDental BenefitsVision Benefits Healthcare Benefits
Vacation Weeks 6.0 Weeks 12.0 Weeks 7.8 Weeks
Gender Breakdown
2 reporting
33%
4 reporting
67%
2 reporting
40%
3 reporting
60%
1 reporting
33%
2 reporting
67%
Years Experience Breakdown
1-4
5-9
10-19
1-4
5-9
Popular Perks 403(b), Defined contribution (DC) retirement plan, Company pension plan Paid holidays & vacation, Paid sick leave, 403(b) unavailable

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