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High School Special Education Teachers

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High School Special Education Teachers


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What’s Needed:

  • You must have at least a bachelor’s degree in education or a related field.
  • Many schools also offer a master’s degree in special education which can be helpful in pursuing this career.

What you study:

Most special ed teachers will study all of the following while in college:

  • Child Development
  • Special Education Pedagogy
  • Physical Education for Special Needs Students
  • Diagnostics Assessment and Progress Tracking
  • Physiology and Biology
  • Inclusive Classroom Practices

Depending on the specialization you choose within special education you may also take additional courses. For example teachers who want to work with emotionally disturbed teens will take psychology and classroom management courses designed to help them understand and work with those students.

What courses you’ll take

Below are examples of courses that you might take as a teaching student pursuing a bachelor’s or master’s degree in high school special education.

Course Studies Purpose
Foundations of Special Education An overview of the special education field including: history; roles of various kinds of special education teachers; teaching methods; collaboration with general teachers; education planning for individual students; legal and ethical considerations; and certifications. Provide special ed teaching students with core knowledge about the field for use in advanced courses especially that related to teaching methods and the different learning styles of special-education students.
Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners Various kinds of differences between special-education students and general students at the adolescent level; specific ways in which special education practice differs from general education; social considerations unique to special-education work. Familiarize educators with the ways in which a special-education classroom differs from a general high-school classroom and how those difference affect teaching styles.
Instructional and Behavior Management for Students with Mild Disabilities Skills necessary to observe analyze and understand special-ed students’ behavior; how to instruct students in appropriate behavior for a high school classroom; ways to motivate and reward students to improve their behavior. Prepare special-ed teachers for taking into account the differences between behavior of their students and general students.
Communication / Collaboration for Exceptional Children Teamwork and team-based thinking in the high-school special-education community; communication and cooperation between teachers and researchers in fields that are different but related; practical skills for negotiating and working with other team members in a special-education environment. Develop skills for communicating and collaborating with other teachers and workers in adolescent special-education environments.
Research in Special Education Importance of current research to effective special education; staying up to date with the latest research in adolescent special education; interpreting and applying new information from research; and collecting classroom data that can be useful for other special-education teachers. Introduce educators to important areas of special-ed research and prepare them to use this research as part of their day-to-day teaching.
Special Education Practicum Work as an assistant in a special ed high school classroom under the supervision of a certified special education teacher. Give teaching students actual experiences that reinforce their classroom studies and fully prepare them for full-time jobs in the field.


Video Overview

Introduces the high school special ed career. Created for the US Dept. of Labor.


A Day in the Life

You will hold an important role in the lives of children with disabilities.

As a high school special education teacher you will hold an important role in the lives of children with mental physical and emotional disabilities. On most days you will get to your classroom 20 to 30 minutes before your students arrive. High school special education teachers either teach in their own classrooms or work alongside other teachers in mainstream classrooms. The type of classroom you will work in depends upon whether you work with moderately or severely disabled students. Many moderately disabled students attend mainstream classes. You will attend classes with these students and give them support throughout the day.

Most special ed students need personalized assistance.

Most special ed students need personalized assistance to complete their learning activities. You will help students learn and review skills. You will also work with other teachers to ensure that the homework given to your students is a good fit for their skill level. If you work with severely disabled students you will teach them basic skills. If you work in a classroom with teens who have severe physical handicaps you will be responsible for helping the students eat and use the bathroom. You will monitor the wellbeing of your students and will network with their medical providers in order to provide the best care possible for them while they are at school.

As a special ed teacher you are likely to interact with the parents on a regular basis.

At the end of every school day you will review the day’s activities with your students and will remind them of any homework that they need to complete. After your students have left you will communicate any concerns that you have about their homework or classwork to their other teachers. When you work as a special ed teacher you are likely to interact with the parents of your students on a regular basis. You may be required to formulate an individual education plan (IEP) for each student. Before you implement the IEP you will have a conference with the student’s parents counselors other teachers and school administrators to ensure that everyone is on board with the education plan. You will also do your best to explain this plan to your student.


Certifications and Licensing

All special education teachers must hold a state-issued credential. Credentialing requirements vary from state to state. However most states require special ed teachers to complete an M.A. degree and semester of student teaching. Teachers must submit to a background check in order to become credentialed.


Job Flexibility

Full-time versus part-time:

Special ed teachers keep regular school hours. For most teachers this means that the school day begins around 8 a.m. and ends around 3 p.m. Some teachers may also work in after-school programs.

Work location:

While special ed teachers do most of their work on school campuses you may have the opportunity to attend conferences with other educators.


Recommended Websites

Here are several sites that offer a wealth of information about a career as a special education teacher:

  • The U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Handbook: This site provides an excellent overview of the career opportunities for and salaries earned by special education teachers. The Bureau of Labor Statistics presents information about special ed teachers at all grade levels in this handbook so it’s important to consult other sites that can provide specific information about teaching at the high school level.
  • The National Association of Special Education Teachers (NASET): The NASET website provides a wide variety of information about careers in special education ranging from information about the training needed to become a special ed teacher to a job search board. Association publications and special ed news can also be viewed on this site.
  • The International Association of Special Education (IASE): This organization provides information about global special ed issues. The website is also used to promote IASE’s scholarships annual conference and volunteer opportunities. This website is a great find for teaching students who want to get hands-on experience in classrooms while traveling the globe.
  • Council for Exceptional Children (CEC): This organization provides teaching resources information about credentialing and up-to-date research on children with special needs. It is especially useful for student teachers and new teachers.


Salaries by City

See typical salaries and ranges for this career below*. Shift click to sort by more than one column — for example first shift-click on state and then shift-click on salary to find best and worst salaries in each state.

State City / Region Typical Salary Salary Range Job Count % of All Jobs
AL Anniston – Oxford $45080 $33K – $57K 70 0.17%
AL Birmingham – Hoover $55630 $42K – $82K 170 0.03%
AL Decatur $53640 $47K – $59K 50 0.10%
AL Dothan $52220 $42K – $59K 40 0.07%
AL Florence – Muscle Shoals $53620 $45K – $60K N/A N/A
AL Gadsden $53680 $39K – $61K N/A N/A
AL Huntsville $53030 $42K – $60K N/A N/A
AL Mobile $50930 $41K – $59K N/A N/A
AL Montgomery $50920 $41K – $59K 110 0.07%
AL Tuscaloosa $49230 $40K – $59K 50 0.06%
AR Fayetteville – Springdale – Rogers $51270 $36K – $70K 220 0.11%
AR Fort Smith $45970 $34K – $60K 110 0.10%
AR Hot Springs $45610 $30K – $58K 40 0.11%
AR Jonesboro $42730 $34K – $55K 40 0.09%
AR Little Rock – North Little Rock – Conway $52250 $38K – $68K 400 0.12%
AR Pine Bluff $52360 $22K – $70K 60 0.17%
AZ Lake Havasu City $ Kingman $38050 $32K – $47K 40 0.09%
AZ Phoenix – Mesa – Glendale $45730 $36K – $65K 910 0.05%
AZ Prescott $43220 $34K – $55K 30 0.06%
AZ Tucson $45100 $33K – $69K 280 0.08%
CA Bakersfield – Delano $69760 $45K – $89K 300 0.11%
CA Fresno $86420 $50K – $115K 170 0.05%
CA Hanford – Corcoran $69130 $48K – $78K N/A N/A
CA Los Angeles – Long Beach – Glendale (Metro Area) $66630 $48K – $89K 4260 0.11%
CA Merced $73710 $43K – $95K N/A N/A
CA Modesto $67540 $44K – $89K 110 0.07%
CA Oakland – Fremont – Hayward (Metro Area) $74380 $50K – $100K 440 0.04%
CA Oxnard – Thousand Oaks – Ventura $66200 $43K – $89K 230 0.08%
CA Riverside – San Bernardino – Ontario $65790 $44K – $91K 1120 0.10%
CA Sacramento – Arden – Arcade – Roseville $60050 $39K – $90K 390 0.05%
CA San Diego – Carlsbad – San Marcos $69680 $48K – $93K 450 0.04%
CA San Francisco – San Mateo – Redwood City (Metro Area) $47930 $40K – $76K 720 0.07%
CA San Jose – Sunnyvale – Santa Clara $83570 $56K – $95K N/A N/A
CA Santa Ana – Anaheim – Irvine (Metro Area) $81080 $53K – $112K 600 0.04%
CA Santa Barbara – Santa Maria – Goleta $66830 $48K – $93K 80 0.04%
CA Santa Rosa – Petaluma $68320 $52K – $86K 140 0.08%
CA Stockton $60870 $38K – $83K 190 0.10%
CA Vallejo – Fairfield $47430 $41K – $66K N/A N/A
CA Visalia – Porterville $63210 $50K – $88K N/A N/A
CO Colorado Springs $45190 $34K – $60K 260 0.11%
CO Denver – Aurora – Broomfield $57760 $39K – $82K 1130 0.09%
CO Fort Collins – Loveland $46790 $35K – $66K 120 0.09%
CO Greeley $52640 $36K – $76K 110 0.14%
CO Pueblo $51390 $35K – $71K 70 0.13%
CT Bridgeport – Stamford – Norwalk $74970 $44K – $108K 440 0.11%
CT Danbury $72060 $44K – $92K 150 0.22%
CT Hartford – West Hartford – East Hartford $69950 $37K – $93K 740 0.13%
CT New Haven $64680 $37K – $97K 300 0.11%
CT Norwich – New London $71260 $47K – $94K 150 0.11%
CT Waterbury $79330 $37K – $97K 60 0.09%
DC Washington – Arlington – Alexandria (Metro Area) $73800 $44K – $116K 1870 0.08%
DE Wilmington (Metro Area) $62860 $44K – $89K 230 0.07%
FL Fort Lauderdale – Pompano Beach – Deerfield Beach (Metro Area) $51410 $39K – $84K 230 0.03%
FL Jacksonville $48430 $36K – $66K 320 0.05%
FL North Port – Bradenton – Sarasota $45660 $39K – $66K 170 0.07%
GA Albany $50610 $35K – $70K 120 0.20%
GA Athens – Clarke County $50190 $35K – $75K 80 0.10%
GA Atlanta – Sandy Springs – Marietta $52270 $38K – $73K 2310 0.10%
GA Augusta – Richmond County $47390 $33K – $62K 170 0.09%
GA Columbus $47950 $35K – $70K N/A N/A
GA Dalton $49660 $35K – $63K 60 0.10%
GA Macon $46990 $35K – $63K 70 0.08%
IA Ames $51740 $35K – $67K N/A N/A
IA Cedar Rapids $51890 $40K – $69K 170 0.12%
IA Davenport – Moline – Rock Island $58580 $36K – $93K 250 0.14%
IA Des Moines – West Des Moines $52470 $41K – $69K N/A N/A
IA Dubuque $50620 $36K – $65K 70 0.13%
IA Iowa City $47800 $39K – $65K 70 0.09%
IA Sioux City $41250 $33K – $57K 60 0.08%
IA Waterloo – Cedar Falls $47020 $33K – $68K 100 0.12%
ID Boise City – Nampa $48620 $34K – $69K 130 0.05%
ID Pocatello $48960 $34K – $59K 30 0.09%
IL Bloomington – Normal $52670 $38K – $76K 90 0.11%
IL Champaign – Urbana $45780 $33K – $71K 60 0.06%
IL Chicago – Joliet – Naperville (Metro Area) $71140 $45K – $104K 4880 0.13%
IL Kankakee – Bradley $48870 $29K – $66K N/A N/A
IL Lake County – Kenosha County (Metro Area) $72390 $48K – $105K 640 0.17%
IL Peoria $54580 $37K – $75K 200 0.11%
IL Rockford $57900 $38K – $87K 230 0.17%
IL Springfield $45120 $33K – $65K 90 0.08%
IN Anderson N/A N/A – N/A 30 0.08%
IN Evansville $51020 $36K – $73K 130 0.08%
IN Fort Wayne $54240 $38K – $74K 140 0.07%
IN Gary (Metro Area) $52490 $35K – $74K 230 0.09%
IN Indianapolis – Carmel $52590 $39K – $78K 470 0.05%
IN South Bend – Mishawaka $55600 $39K – $72K 50 0.04%
IN Terre Haute $44190 $33K – $68K 60 0.09%
KS Topeka $58160 $40K – $74K 170 0.16%
KS Wichita $49790 $36K – $70K 170 0.06%
KY Elizabethtown $50560 $40K – $63K 80 0.18%
KY Lexington – Fayette $50670 $53350 $36K – $73K 780 0.13%
LA Baton Rouge $49430 $40K – $66K 710 0.20%
LA Monroe $52490 $42K – $61K 100 0.13%
LA New Orleans – Metairie – Kenner $50390 $24K – $61K 290 0.06%
LA Shreveport – Bossier City $45740 $39K – $58K 100 0.06%
MA Barnstable Town $67060 $49K – $80K 110 0.11%
MA Boston – Cambridge – Quincy (Metro Area) $64160 $36K – $101K 1850 0.11%
MA Brockton – Bridgewater – Easton (Metro Area) $60950 $41K – $84K 180 0.21%
MA Framingham (Metro Area) $48420 $32K – $83K 360 0.23%
MA Haverhill – North Andover – Amesbury (Metro Area) $65230 $39K – $91K 90 0.11%
MA Lawrence – Methuen – Salem (Metro Area) $65760 $47K – $78K N/A N/A
MA Leominster – Fitchburg – Gardner $62270 $45K – $77K 100 0.22%
MA Lowell – Billerica – Chelmsford (Metro Area) $65170 $44K – $87K 180 0.15%
MA New Bedford $76870 $48K – $107K 100 0.15%
MA Springfield $56560 $41K – $77K 600 0.21%
MA Taunton – Norton – Raynham (Metro Area) $71020 $45K – $89K 60 0.14%
MA Worcester $66840 $49K – $78K 470 0.19%
MD Baltimore – Towson $64510 $39K – $88K 1790 0.14%
MD Bethesda – Rockville – Frederick (Metro Area) $57720 $41K – $91K 1140 0.20%
MD Hagerstown – Martinsburg $41940 $31K – $83K 200 0.20%
ME Bangor $52360 $36K – $71K 100 0.15%
ME Lewiston – Auburn $44620 $32K – $60K 50 0.11%
ME Portland – South Portland – Biddeford $51160 $35K – $68K 270 0.14%
MI Ann Arbor $62050 $41K – $90K 110 0.05%
MI Battle Creek $57800 $43K – $78K N/A N/A
MI Detroit – Livonia – Dearborn (Metro Area) $71560 $46K – $90K 240 0.03%
MI Flint $60610 $40K – $87K 210 0.17%
MI Grand Rapids – Wyoming $62610 $41K – $77K 250 0.06%
MI Holland – Grand Haven $59020 $40K – $85K 90 0.08%
MI Kalamazoo – Portage $69120 $47K – $103K 100 0.07%
MI Lansing – East Lansing $64770 $42K – $103K 110 0.06%
MI Muskegon – Norton Shores $68820 $43K – $92K 50 0.08%
MI Niles – Benton Harbor $63610 $43K – $75K 50 0.09%
MI Saginaw – Saginaw Township North $65100 $43K – $76K 40 0.05%
MI Warren – Troy – Farmington Hills (Metro Area) $65310 $39K – $92K 610 0.06%
MN Duluth $51880 $37K – $76K 190 0.16%
MN Mankato – North Mankato $49220 $39K – $60K 40 0.08%
MN Minneapolis – St. Paul – Bloomington $65840 $40K – $105K 2210 0.13%
MN Rochester $57020 $45K – $71K 40 0.04%
MN St. Cloud $54870 $38K – $88K 140 0.15%
MO Cape Girardeau – Jackson $42330 $33K – $66K 60 0.14%
MO Columbia $36140 $32K – $53K N/A N/A
MO Jefferson City $41260 $32K – $54K 50 0.07%
MO Joplin $44880 $34K – $57K 60 0.08%
MO Kansas City $50220 $33K – $72K 1160 0.12%
MO Springfield $36300 $32K – $47K 100 0.06%
MO St. Joseph $40260 $32K – $52K 40 0.08%
MO St. Louis $69850 $39K – $114K 1140 0.09%
MS Gulfport – Biloxi $49020 $37K – $66K 120 0.12%
MS Hattiesburg $40740 $33K – $57K 30 0.05%
MS Jackson $45580 $33K – $66K 70 0.03%
MS Pascagoula $44640 $34K – $64K 30 0.07%
MT Billings $53650 $35K – $70K 180 0.22%
MT Great Falls $30450 $20K – $77K 40 0.12%
NC Asheville $39560 $32K – $57K 270 0.16%
NC Burlington $43260 $34K – $56K 80 0.14%
NC Charlotte – Gastonia – Rock Hill $44180 $33K – $60K 1050 0.12%
NC Durham – Chapel Hill $45180 $33K – $61K 190 0.07%
NC Fayetteville $42830 $33K – $56K 270 0.21%
NC Greensboro – High Point $43100 $33K – $58K 430 0.13%
NC Hickory – Lenoir – Morganton $45330 $34K – $59K 270 0.19%
NC Raleigh – Cary $51550 $37K – $72K 720 0.14%
NC Rocky Mount $38960 $32K – $51K 110 0.19%
NC Wilmington $42430 $33K – $55K 100 0.08%
NC Winston – Salem $45920 $34K – $59K 280 0.14%
ND Fargo $48230 $36K – $67K 210 0.17%
NE Lincoln $52960 $39K – $72K 140 0.09%
NE Omaha – Council Bluffs $45470 $33K – $61K 390 0.09%
NH Nashua (Metro Area) $55770 $44K – $70K 150 0.11%
NH Portsmouth $56160 $40K – $74K 40 0.08%
NH Rochester – Dover $54060 $37K – $72K N/A N/A
NJ Atlantic City – Hammonton $68920 $49K – $94K 290 0.22%
NJ Camden (Metro Area) $61690 $38K – $91K 830 0.17%
NJ Edison – New Brunswick (Metro Area) $67320 $51K – $93K 1420 0.15%
NJ Newark – Union (Metro Area) $67570 $50K – $94K 1300 0.14%
NJ Ocean City $68300 $51K – $95K 150 0.40%
NJ Trenton – Ewing $71680 $47K – $93K 330 0.16%
NJ Vineland – Millville – Bridgeton $61350 $48K – $90K 170 0.29%
NM Albuquerque $45880 $33K – $59K 610 0.17%
NM Farmington N/A N/A – N/A 70 0.14%
NM Santa Fe $57550 $48K – $84K 90 0.15%
NY Albany – Schenectady – Troy $64920 $48K – $90K 880 0.21%
NY Binghamton $57430 $46K – $89K 220 0.21%
NY Buffalo – Niagara Falls $60290 $42K – $89K 920 0.17%
NY Glens Falls $55470 $42K – $82K 140 0.27%
NY Ithaca $77700 $45K – $95K 80 0.16%
NY Kingston $77500 $57K – $112K 130 0.23%
NY Nassau – Suffolk (Metro Area) $95910 $61K – $132K 2560 0.21%
NY New York – White Plains – Wayne (Metro Area) $77940 $52K – $114K 8860 0.17%
NY Poughkeepsie – Newburgh – Middletown $73900 $56K – $108K 430 0.18%
NY Rochester $60960 $44K – $92K 1400 0.28%
NY Syracuse $71230 $52K – $95K 580 0.19%
NY Utica – Rome $59230 $41K – $81K 260 0.21%
OH Akron $49690 $34K – $74K 390 0.12%
OH Canton – Massillon $57210 $39K – $75K 220 0.14%
OH Cincinnati – Middletown $56060 $38K – $80K 930 0.09%
OH Cleveland – Elyria – Mentor $67000 $43K – $85K 1580 0.16%
OH Columbus $57950 $36K – $81K 1140 0.12%
OH Dayton $59610 $39K – $75K 360 0.10%
OH Mansfield $50890 $34K – $62K 80 0.16%
OH Sandusky $61730 $41K – $83K 70 0.19%
OH Springfield $54470 $41K – $72K 120 0.24%
OH Toledo $55150 $34K – $77K 420 0.14%
OH Youngstown – Warren – Boardman $57100 $37K – $75K 220 0.10%
OK Lawton $42920 $34K – $54K N/A N/A
OK Oklahoma City $39590 $32K – $60K 440 0.08%
OK Tulsa $46010 $33K – $77K 360 0.09%
OR Bend $58780 $43K – $82K 40 0.06%
OR Eugene – Springfield $57870 $43K – $73K 60 0.04%
OR Medford $63070 $47K – $75K 80 0.11%
OR Portland – Vancouver – Hillsboro $61630 $45K – $78K 630 0.06%
OR Salem $51160 $40K – $70K 60 0.05%
PA Allentown – Bethlehem – Easton $64320 $45K – $95K 590 0.17%
PA Altoona $49840 $39K – $74K N/A N/A
PA Harrisburg – Carlisle $56000 $43K – $74K 270 0.09%
PA Johnstown $48000 $32K – $70K 80 0.14%
PA Lancaster $54060 $40K – $73K 230 0.10%
PA Lebanon $61540 $46K – $84K 50 0.09%
PA Philadelphia (Metro Area) $61900 $41K – $97K 3140 0.17%
PA Pittsburgh $53840 $38K – $78K 1120 0.10%
PA Reading $63770 $45K – $87K 240 0.15%
PA Scranton – Wilkes – Barre $53540 $38K – $86K 110 0.04%
PA State College $55700 $42K – $75K 60 0.10%
PA York – Hanover $60480 $44K – $88K 220 0.12%
RI Providence – Fall River – Warwick $66740 $40K – $93K 650 0.12%
SC Anderson $36190 $26K – $48K 60 0.10%
SC Charleston – North Charleston – Summerville $49290 $36K – $61K 90 0.03%
SC Columbia $52310 $39K – $70K 270 0.08%
SC Greenville – Mauldin – Easley $45560 $34K – $59K 300 0.10%
SC Spartanburg $53720 $38K – $75K 120 0.10%
SD Sioux Falls $41690 $31K – $57K 90 0.07%
TN Chattanooga $58160 $39K – $76K 230 0.10%
TN Clarksville $49020 $35K – $60K N/A N/A
TN Johnson City $41960 $29K – $60K 40 0.04%
TN Kingsport – Bristol – Bristol $43640 $33K – $60K 120 0.10%
TN Knoxville $48110 $37K – $60K 240 0.07%
TN Memphis $51650 $39K – $69K 720 0.12%
TN Morristown $42040 $34K – $48K 50 0.10%
TN Nashville – Davidson – Murfreesboro – Franklin $45350 $31K – $61K 360 0.05%
TX Amarillo $45760 $40K – $58K 70 0.06%
TX Austin – Round Rock – San Marcos $46610 $40K – $62K 730 0.09%
TX Beaumont – Port Arthur $46670 $39K – $59K 60 0.04%
TX College Station – Bryan $45500 $36K – $59K 50 0.05%
TX Corpus Christi $62010 $40K – $74K 140 0.08%
TX Dallas – Plano – Irving (Metro Area) $55070 $42K – $71K 1620 0.08%
TX El Paso $49890 $39K – $62K 310 0.11%
TX Fort Worth – Arlington (Metro Area) $55590 $43K – $79K 390 0.04%
TX Houston – Sugar Land – Baytown $52220 $41K – $64K 1430 0.05%
TX Killeen – Temple – Fort Hood $45400 $39K – $59K 100 0.08%
TX Longview $45290 $35K – $58K 50 0.05%
TX McAllen – Edinburg – Mission $49240 $40K – $66K 150 0.07%
TX San Antonio – New Braunfels $61680 $42K – $80K 680 0.08%
TX Texarkana – Texarkana $48150 $35K – $62K 40 0.07%
TX Waco $49780 $39K – $60K 60 0.06%
TX Wichita Falls $44630 $35K – $57K 50 0.09%
UT Ogden – Clearfield $46900 $33K – $61K 90 0.04%
UT Provo – Orem $50970 $34K – $79K 140 0.08%
UT Salt Lake City $55750 $40K – $83K 340 0.05%
VA Blacksburg – Christiansburg – Radford $53910 $36K – $76K N/A N/A
VA Charlottesville $58240 $42K – $76K 130 0.13%
VA Danville N/A N/A – N/A 50 0.14%
VA Lynchburg $46520 $40K – $60K 120 0.12%
VA Richmond $50020 $28K – $68K 800 0.13%
VA Roanoke $53670 $29K – $76K 160 0.11%
VA Virginia Beach – Norfolk – Newport News $56360 $40K – $82K 800 0.11%
VA Winchester $58570 $36K – $83K 80 0.15%
VT Burlington – South Burlington $59120 $43K – $85K 170 0.15%
WA Bellingham $58830 $45K – $75K 50 0.07%
WA Bremerton – Silverdale $62080 $46K – $74K 60 0.08%
WA Kennewick – Pasco – Richland $61840 $44K – $74K 80 0.08%
WA Mount Vernon – Anacortes $57350 $39K – $73K 30 0.07%
WA Olympia $60430 $44K – $76K 70 0.07%
WA Seattle – Bellevue – Everett (Metro Area) $61920 $45K – $78K 670 0.05%
WA Spokane $57970 $43K – $74K 150 0.08%
WA Tacoma (Metro Area) $61830 $46K – $76K 240 0.09%
WA Wenatchee – East Wenatchee $56500 $43K – $73K 40 0.09%
WA Yakima $61970 $43K – $81K 100 0.13%
WI Appleton $54090 $37K – $72K 70 0.06%
WI Eau Claire $53190 $33K – $75K 90 0.11%
WI Green Bay $57620 $38K – $84K 90 0.06%
WI La Crosse $54990 $35K – $74K 120 0.16%
WI Madison $44610 $31K – $70K 260 0.08%
WI Milwaukee – Waukesha – West Allis $59340 $40K – $89K 320 0.04%
WI Racine $61270 $43K – $75K 110 0.15%
WI Sheboygan $60180 $42K – $85K 80 0.15%
WI Wausau $59780 $39K – $76K 70 0.11%
WV Charleston $46260 $34K – $59K 210 0.15%
WV Huntington – Ashland $46200 $33K – $61K 120 0.11%
WV Parkersburg – Marietta – Vienna $49540 $33K – $59K 70 0.11%
WV Wheeling $41210 $25K – $57K 70 0.11%

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