Physical education teacher earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Physical education teacher salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alabama $64,040
Arkansas $48,610
Arizona $38,250
California $106,140
Colorado $48,260
Connecticut $90,050
District of Columbia $58,890
Florida $64,980
Georgia $68,060
Iowa $62,050
Idaho $66,033
Illinois $60,103
Indiana $62,390
Kansas $67,910
Kentucky $66,630
Louisiana $43,500
Massachusetts $72,780
Maryland $57,650
Maine $56,400
Michigan $64,670
Minnesota $56,640
Missouri $69,470
Mississippi $59,350
North Carolina $59,610
North Dakota $64,320
Nebraska $58,470
New Hampshire $77,730
New Jersey $65,120
New Mexico $67,190
Nevada $48,090
New York $65,170
Oklahoma $45,590
Oregon $62,020
Pennsylvania $67,100
Puerto Rico $57,780
South Carolina $61,300
South Dakota $59,050
Tennessee $56,930
Texas $63,040
Utah $25,680
Vermont $37,590
Washington $50,970
Wisconsin $54,640
West Virginia $57,990
Wyoming $58,170

How do physical education teacher salaries compare to similar careers?

Physical education teachers earn 11% less than similar careers in Tennessee. On average, they make less than nurse educators but more than high school teachers.

Career Median Salary
Nurse educator salary $68K
Distance learning coordinator salary $67K
Fitness and wellness coordinator salary $67K
School psychologist salary $64K
Professor salary $61K
Physical education teacher salary $57K
Music teacher salary $54K
Librarian salary $54K
Special education teacher salary $53K
High school teacher salary $52K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)