Music teacher earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Music teacher salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alabama $58,442
Arkansas $53,840
Arizona $61,242
California $100,050
Colorado $55,400
Connecticut $87,430
District of Columbia $80,640
Delaware $63,120
Florida $63,850
Georgia $66,740
Hawaii $61,960
Iowa $77,251
Idaho $64,388
Illinois $62,770
Indiana $64,288
Kansas $64,537
Kentucky $66,485
Louisiana $56,740
Massachusetts $79,170
Maryland $69,790
Maine $63,090
Michigan $72,390
Minnesota $67,320
Missouri $70,720
Mississippi $59,130
Montana $56,020
North Carolina $61,060
North Dakota $59,900
Nebraska $64,190
New Hampshire $81,490
New Jersey $75,310
New Mexico $49,340
Nevada $42,770
New York $78,520
Ohio $69,290
Oklahoma $54,660
Oregon $65,980
Pennsylvania $67,468
Puerto Rico $35,840
Rhode Island $73,520
South Carolina $56,740
South Dakota $59,850
Tennessee $54,440
Texas $71,520
Utah $71,160
Virginia $57,590
Vermont $50,400
Washington $61,280
Wisconsin $68,330
West Virginia $50,860
Wyoming $59,330

How do music teacher salaries compare to similar careers?

Music teachers earn 7% more than similar careers in Massachusetts. On average, they make more than musicians.

Career Median Salary
Music teacher salary $79K
Distance learning coordinator salary $94K
Singer salary $69K
Music artist salary $69K
Musician salary $69K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)