Teaching Assistants Job, Salary, and School Information

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Teacher Assistants


Training and Education

What’s Needed:

  • Depending on the specific school district requirements teaching assistants usually must hold at least a high school diploma.
  • An associate degree or certificate program may be required for some teaching assistant positions.

What You Study:

Areas of study in a certificate or degree program can include:

  • Introduction to Education
  • History or Fine Arts
  • English
  • Psychology and Child Development
  • Introduction to Computers
  • Physical Education

What courses you’ll take

Below are examples of courses that you might take as a teaching assistant student.

Course Studies Purpose
Introduction to Education Topics can include: changes and influences in K-12 education in American society; principles of child and adolescent development; motives for teaching; expectations for teachers and teacher aides; effective teaching skills and strategies; education technologies; ethical and legal considerations; job options; and professionalism. Give teaching assistant students a broad basis for continuing studies in education.
Introduction to Psychology Familiarizes students with the science of human behavior by studying such topics as: techniques applied by psychologists; research findings and applications; biological factors in behavior; human learning; perception; intelligence; memory; stress and coping; social influences; and mental disorders. Provide teaching assistants with a core understanding of their students’ behaviors that can be applied to future studies and in the classroom.
Child and Adolescent Development Studies the development of the human lifecycle from prenatal to adolescence. Covers topics such as: biological factors of behavior; cognitive development; personality development; language; motivation; work and play; and social and emotional development. Help teaching assistants more effectively teach by deepening the understanding of their K-12 students’ development patterns.
Reading and Writing Practices the drafting revision and editing of essays. Builds skills for analyzing published writings. Introduces research-based techniques for improving K-12 students reading and writing abilities. For elementary students topics covered may include: alphabet recognition and phonics; vocabulary; fluency; comprehension; and strategies for individual and small group instruction. Prepare teaching assistant students to support the education of K-12 students in reading and writing.
Math for Childhood Education Focused on elementary mathematics topics such as: problem solving; set theory; whole numbers; functions; number theory; fractions; and decimals. Prepare teaching assistants to be able to support elementary math studies.


Video Overview

Shows a brief overview of what teaching assistants do. Created for the US Dept. of Labor.


Certifications and Licensing

Many states offer their own certification programs for teaching assistants; these certifications may include educational requirements as well as a specified amount of meaningful contact time within a classroom. Additionally the standardized testing company ACT offers its own Proficiency Certificate for Teaching Assistants. This certificate includes three WorkKeys examinations that allow teaching assistants to demonstrate their proficiency in a variety of classroom subjects. A fourth element in achieving certification through this ACT program is composed of an in-depth evaluation of the teaching assistant in a number of structured activities within the classroom setting.


Job Flexibility

Full-time versus part-time:

Over 75 percent of teaching assistants work in elementary and high school settings; most are employed full-time. Work schedules generally mirror the regular school hours and may continue through the summer vacation in schools that offer programs for their students during this time period. Hours may be adjusted to accommodate the needs of the individual in some cases.


Recommended Websites

These online resources can provide valuable information for teaching assistants and others in the education profession.

  • U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Handbook — This website is an essential resource for teaching assistants and those considering a career in the field of education. It offers salary ranges typical job duties and other important information to help students make the right career choices.
  • Association for Childhood Education International — This in-depth website offers insights into the state of education in the U.S. and around the world. Teaching assistants can develop a deeper understanding of the issues facing educators and the challenges that lie ahead in this rewarding field.
  • The National Education Network — Based in the United Kingdom this website provides a wide range of teaching resources lesson plan ideas and links to free online educational materials for use in the classroom setting.
  • American Federation of Teachers –A member organization for educators in the U.S. the American Federation of Teachers publishes a number of journals designed specifically for those in the teaching field. This website is an outstanding resource for news and current events in the educational world and can provide perspective on difficult issues for teaching assistants.
  • National Resource Center for Paraeducators — Teaching assistants can find valuable information on state and federal guidelines for their profession on this specialized website. Additionally the site offers a discussion board an online bookstore a suggested bibliography and information on conferences held by the organization throughout the year.
  • National Education Association — Representing the interests of teachers throughout the educational field the NEA serves as an advocate for both students and educators. The website provides information on continuing education opportunities certification options and current events in the field of education.


Salaries by City

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State City / Region Typical Salary Salary Range Job Count % of All Jobs
AK Anchorage $35250 $25K – $48K 1710 0.99%
AK Fairbanks $35590 $29K – $56K 220 0.60%
AL Anniston – Oxford $17620 $16K – $21K 190 0.43%
AL Auburn – Opelika $18230 $16K – $28K 270 0.55%
AL Birmingham – Hoover $20200 $16K – $25K 1690 0.35%
AL Decatur $17740 $16K – $20K 290 0.55%
AL Dothan $18880 $16K – $24K 290 0.51%
AL Florence – Muscle Shoals $18900 $16K – $28K 290 0.56%
AL Gadsden $18360 $16K – $23K 150 0.43%
AL Huntsville $18670 $16K – $30K 800 0.39%
AL Mobile $18210 $16K – $23K 670 0.40%
AL Montgomery $18590 $16K – $24K 630 0.40%
AL Tuscaloosa $18170 $16K – $23K 420 0.47%
AR Fayetteville – Springdale – Rogers $19360 $16K – $28K 1580 0.78%
AR Fort Smith $19320 $16K – $29K 780 0.69%
AR Hot Springs $18710 $16K – $25K 280 0.79%
AR Jonesboro $18850 $16K – $24K 520 1.06%
AR Little Rock – North Little Rock – Conway $19210 $16K – $26K 1720 0.52%
AR Pine Bluff $18810 $16K – $24K 370 1.07%
AZ Flagstaff $26040 $18K – $30K 560 1.01%
AZ Lake Havasu City $ Kingman $21250 $17K – $29K 490 1.12%
AZ Phoenix – Mesa – Glendale $22210 $17K – $30K 13290 0.77%
AZ Prescott $20420 $17K – $28K 600 1.14%
AZ Tucson $21710 $17K – $31K 3680 1.06%
AZ Yuma $21790 $17K – $29K 490 0.88%
CA Bakersfield – Delano $25710 $18K – $33K 3700 1.35%
CA Chico $28060 $20K – $38K 990 1.47%
CA El Centro $27530 $19K – $38K 680 1.30%
CA Fresno $28220 $20K – $37K 4550 1.44%
CA Hanford – Corcoran $30380 $22K – $38K 650 1.72%
CA Los Angeles – Long Beach – Glendale (Metro Area) $27190 $19K – $39K 35070 0.91%
CA Madera – Chowchilla $28520 $20K – $39K 390 1.01%
CA Merced $30760 $20K – $38K 1220 2.04%
CA Modesto $29790 $21K – $37K 1980 1.29%
CA Napa $31550 $20K – $38K 480 0.77%
CA Oakland – Fremont – Hayward (Metro Area) $30550 $20K – $44K 9180 0.95%
CA Oxnard – Thousand Oaks – Ventura $31270 $19K – $38K 3200 1.11%
CA Redding $20560 $18K – $29K 1090 1.89%
CA Riverside – San Bernardino – Ontario $30370 $20K – $38K 14480 1.25%
CA Sacramento – Arden – Arcade – Roseville $28700 $21K – $38K 8340 1.02%
CA Salinas $30990 $20K – $38K 1330 0.85%
CA San Diego – Carlsbad – San Marcos $28450 $20K – $38K 8270 0.66%
CA San Francisco – San Mateo – Redwood City (Metro Area) $31850 $21K – $43K 5690 0.57%
CA San Jose – Sunnyvale – Santa Clara $31250 $20K – $43K 8040 0.90%
CA San Luis Obispo – Paso Robles $24190 $20K – $37K 880 0.87%
CA Santa Ana – Anaheim – Irvine (Metro Area) $32970 $18K – $46K 12090 0.86%
CA Santa Barbara – Santa Maria – Goleta $30730 $18K – $43K 1400 0.83%
CA Santa Cruz – Watsonville $30280 $19K – $44K 870 1.04%
CA Santa Rosa – Petaluma $32360 $21K – $38K 1430 0.83%
CA Stockton $26090 $18K – $38K 1620 0.83%
CA Vallejo – Fairfield $30140 $22K – $37K 940 0.78%
CA Visalia – Porterville $28020 $21K – $37K 1550 1.18%
CA Yuba City $28780 $19K – $38K 530 1.45%
CO Boulder $30550 $20K – $42K 1200 0.75%
CO Colorado Springs $23260 $19K – $30K 2430 1.00%
CO Denver – Aurora – Broomfield $26830 $19K – $38K 8860 0.72%
CO Fort Collins – Loveland $23730 $18K – $30K 950 0.72%
CO Greeley $23120 $19K – $30K 830 1.03%
CO Pueblo $29680 $23K – $38K 290 0.52%
CT Bridgeport – Stamford – Norwalk $26600 $19K – $42K 4850 1.17%
CT Danbury $24160 $18K – $37K 720 1.09%
CT Hartford – West Hartford – East Hartford $29240 $19K – $44K 6470 1.17%
CT New Haven $28600 $19K – $38K 3930 1.45%
CT Norwich – New London $28560 $22K – $38K 1670 1.30%
CT Waterbury $24870 $18K – $63K 660 1.04%
DC Washington – Arlington – Alexandria (Metro Area) $27370 $18K – $47K 16230 0.69%
DE Dover $32870 $19K – $46K 470 0.81%
DE Wilmington (Metro Area) $25770 $17K – $43K 2490 0.77%
FL Cape Coral – Fort Myers $27130 $21K – $35K 1260 0.62%
FL Crestview – Fort Walton Beach – Destin $28180 $17K – $39K 440 0.60%
FL Deltona – Daytona Beach – Ormond Beach $22640 $17K – $30K 660 0.43%
FL Fort Lauderdale – Pompano Beach – Deerfield Beach (Metro Area) $19100 $17K – $29K 3740 0.52%
FL Gainesville $18050 $16K – $24K 730 0.61%
FL Jacksonville $23060 $17K – $35K 3040 0.53%
FL Miami – Miami Beach – Kendall (Metro Area) $20820 $17K – $35K 3100 0.31%
FL North Port – Bradenton – Sarasota $21380 $17K – $33K 1360 0.57%
FL Ocala $22390 $20K – $26K N/A N/A
FL Orlando – Kissimmee – Sanford $22440 $18K – $30K 5910 0.58%
FL Palm Bay – Melbourne – Titusville $22890 $19K – $29K 980 0.51%
FL Palm Coast $24230 $20K – $30K 200 1.08%
FL Port St. Lucie $21460 $17K – $27K 680 0.56%
FL Sebastian – Vero Beach $19130 $17K – $23K 290 0.65%
FL Tallahassee $23430 $17K – $35K 1340 0.86%
FL Tampa – St. Petersburg – Clearwater $23730 $17K – $34K 6170 0.55%
FL West Palm Beach – Boca Raton – Boynton Beach (Metro Area) $23430 $18K – $35K 1640 0.32%
GA Albany $18040 $16K – $24K 860 1.45%
GA Athens – Clarke County $17970 $16K – $22K 700 0.91%
GA Atlanta – Sandy Springs – Marietta $20190 $16K – $28K 16020 0.71%
GA Augusta – Richmond County $17760 $16K – $21K 2340 1.16%
GA Brunswick $18760 $16K – $23K 360 0.95%
GA Columbus $17710 $16K – $20K 1340 1.22%
GA Dalton $17820 $16K – $20K 380 0.60%
GA Gainesville $18880 $16K – $28K 610 0.85%
GA Hinesville – Fort Stewart $18420 $16K – $29K 310 1.82%
GA Macon $18020 $16K – $23K 540 0.58%
GA Rome $20160 $16K – $25K 260 0.72%
GA Savannah $19610 $16K – $25K 630 0.43%
GA Valdosta $18010 $16K – $25K 190 0.38%
GA Warner Robins $17560 $16K – $20K 370 0.67%
HI Honolulu $28050 $21K – $36K 5190 1.20%
IA Ames $19100 $16K – $25K 330 0.82%
IA Cedar Rapids $26770 $18K – $36K $17K – $30K 1390 0.78%
IA Des Moines – West Des Moines $21900 $17K – $30K 2800 0.86%
IA Dubuque $26560 $18K – $30K 720 1.28%
IA Iowa City $21390 $17K – $29K 670 0.79%
IA Sioux City $21460 $17K – $29K 530 0.75%
IA Waterloo – Cedar Falls $18790 $16K – $28K 790 0.89%
ID Boise City – Nampa $21870 $17K – $31K 2270 0.87%
ID Coeur d’Alene ID $20920 $17K – $25K 460 0.90%
ID Idaho Falls $21580 $17K – $30K 580 1.18%
ID Lewiston $25690 $18K – $31K 310 1.33%
ID Pocatello $18980 $16K – $24K 440 1.34%
IL Bloomington – Normal $19650 $18K – $29K 650 0.75%
IL Champaign – Urbana $22330 $18K – $34K 740 0.78%
IL Chicago – Joliet – Naperville (Metro Area) $21950 $18K – $34K 27150 0.75%
IL Danville $19430 $18K – $24K 300 1.10%
IL Decatur $19490 $18K – $28K 90 0.19%
IL Kankakee – Bradley $21590 $18K – $28K 450 1.13%
IL Lake County – Kenosha County (Metro Area) $23240 $18K – $36K 3080 0.83%
IL Peoria $21790 $18K – $29K 1100 0.61%
IL Rockford $20810 $18K – $28K 680 0.48%
IL Springfield $28110 $18K – $44K 1120 1.04%
IN Anderson $22510 $18K – $29K 290 0.75%
IN Bloomington $20340 $16K – $28K 540 0.73%
IN Columbus $19390 $16K – $27K 490 1.08%
IN Elkhart – Goshen $25930 $20K – $30K 1010 0.93%
IN Evansville $19130 $16K – $27K 1240 0.72%
IN Fort Wayne $23070 $17K – $30K 1900 0.96%
IN Gary (Metro Area) $21270 $16K – $29K 2880 1.09%
IN Indianapolis – Carmel $23080 $17K – $30K 6590 0.74%
IN Kokomo $21150 $17K – $26K 410 1.03%
IN Lafayette $21910 $18K – $25K 780 0.90%
IN Michigan City – La Porte $20180 $17K – $27K 510 1.25%
IN Muncie $20350 $17K – $28K 460 1.03%
IN South Bend – Mishawaka $22490 $17K – $31K 1680 1.34%
IN Terre Haute $21390 $17K – $28K 710 1.07%
KS Lawrence $21770 $17K – $26K 670 1.47%
KS Manhattan $20330 $17K – $28K 820 1.62%
KS Topeka $22970 $20K – $29K 1620 1.52%
KS Wichita $21330 $17K – $28K 2970 1.06%
KY Bowling Green $24080 $21K – $31K 450 0.78%
KY Elizabethtown $24440 $20K – $30K 570 1.25%
KY Lexington – Fayette $30930 $22K – $38K 1830 0.74%
KY Louisville – Jefferson County $29120 $20K – $39K 4580 0.77%
KY Owensboro $25690 $20K – $30K 570 1.15%
LA Baton Rouge $18570 $16K – $24K 2770 0.77%
LA Lafayette $19150 $16K – $24K 700 0.46%
LA Lake Charles $17690 $16K – $19K 750 0.86%
LA Monroe $17920 $16K – $20K 700 0.95%
LA New Orleans – Metairie – Kenner $21840 $17K – $29K 3240 0.63%
LA Shreveport – Bossier City $18630 $16K – $26K 1900 1.08%
MA Barnstable Town $27260 $18K – $38K 1140 1.19%
MA Boston – Cambridge – Quincy (Metro Area) $27520 $18K – $42K 14230 0.83%
MA Brockton – Bridgewater – Easton (Metro Area) $26050 $18K – $33K 1090 1.25%
MA Framingham (Metro Area) $29630 $19K – $45K 1430 0.91%
MA Haverhill – North Andover – Amesbury (Metro Area) $30060 $20K – $40K 1290 1.66%
MA Lawrence – Methuen – Salem (Metro Area) $27550 $18K – $37K 910 1.55%
MA Leominster – Fitchburg – Gardner $19960 $18K – $37K 730 1.56%
MA Lowell – Billerica – Chelmsford (Metro Area) $25560 $19K – $34K 1100 0.94%
MA New Bedford $33050 $18K – $53K 850 1.33%
MA Peabody (Metro Area) $24030 $18K – $38K 1480 1.46%
MA Pittsfield $24430 $18K – $39K 260 0.78%
MA Springfield $24240 $19K – $37K 4070 1.42%
MA Taunton – Norton – Raynham (Metro Area) $19460 $18K – $34K 720 1.66%
MA Worcester $24010 $18K – $40K 3250 1.34%
MD Baltimore – Towson $28100 $18K – $49K 10220 0.81%
MD Bethesda – Rockville – Frederick (Metro Area) $24240 $17K – $38K 3870 0.69%
MD Cumberland $23420 $17K – $35K 260 0.72%
MD Hagerstown – Martinsburg $23770 $18K – $42K 900 0.91%
MD Salisbury $20150 $16K – $29K 710 1.39%
ME Bangor $28790 $23K – $39K 680 1.07%
ME Lewiston – Auburn $28070 $22K – $36K 790 1.68%
ME Portland – South Portland – Biddeford $32060 $24K – $43K 2100 1.08%
MI Ann Arbor $23460 $17K – $40K 3320 1.71%
MI Battle Creek $23650 $18K – $36K 450 0.85%
MI Bay City $22580 $17K – $36K 350 1.06%
MI Detroit – Livonia – Dearborn (Metro Area) $26050 $20K – $39K 5840 0.84%
MI Flint $27200 $19K – $40K 1900 1.49%
MI Grand Rapids – Wyoming $27740 $19K – $38K 3770 0.98%
MI Holland – Grand Haven $28000 $18K – $38K 970 0.95%
MI Jackson $23130 $18K – $32K 630 1.22%
MI Kalamazoo – Portage $23990 $18K – $37K 1520 1.18%
MI Lansing – East Lansing $24530 $18K – $39K 1940 0.99%
MI Monroe $23580 $20K – $32K 540 1.43%
MI Muskegon – Norton Shores $26640 $20K – $36K 720 1.26%
MI Niles – Benton Harbor $29220 $18K – $45K 430 0.75%
MI Saginaw – Saginaw Township North $23390 $19K – $29K 730 0.89%
MI Warren – Troy – Farmington Hills (Metro Area) $24960 $18K – $37K 7670 0.72%
MN Duluth $26860 $18K – $35K 1360 1.10%
MN Mankato – North Mankato $24270 $20K – $35K 600 1.24%
MN Minneapolis – St. Paul – Bloomington $29620 $17K – $42K 19570 1.12%
MN Rochester $22790 $16K – $37K N/A N/A
MN St. Cloud $28840 $20K – $37K 1060 1.11%
MO Cape Girardeau – Jackson $18760 $16K – $27K 240 0.56%
MO Columbia $19680 $16K – $30K 300 0.35%
MO Jefferson City $19400 $16K – $27K 220 0.32%
MO Joplin $18600 $16K – $25K 580 0.76%
MO Kansas City $22640 $17K – $30K 7600 0.78%
MO Springfield $21650 $16K – $30K 710 0.38%
MO St. Joseph $18900 $16K – $25K 270 0.53%
MO St. Louis $23580 $18K – $35K 6490 0.51%
MS Gulfport – Biloxi $18290 $16K – $27K 870 0.85%
MS Hattiesburg $17700 $16K – $19K 460 0.81%
MS Jackson $17740 $16K – $21K 1900 0.76%
MS Pascagoula $18390 $16K – $24K 680 1.30%
MT Billings $27390 $21K – $36K 630 0.77%
MT Great Falls $18330 $16K – $24K 340 0.98%
MT Missoula $24440 $19K – $33K 370 0.67%
NC Asheville $23290 $19K – $29K 1430 0.85%
NC Burlington $21890 $20K – $24K 410 0.73%
NC Charlotte – Gastonia – Rock Hill $22600 $18K – $30K 6020 0.70%
NC Durham – Chapel Hill $22670 $18K – $29K 1720 0.63%
NC Fayetteville $21050 $17K – $25K 1240 0.97%
NC Goldsboro $21540 $17K – $24K 560 1.45%
NC Greensboro – High Point $22440 $19K – $28K 2200 0.64%
NC Greenville $22230 $18K – $27K 780 1.06%
NC Hickory – Lenoir – Morganton $21850 $17K – $28K 1230 0.86%
NC Raleigh – Cary $21770 $17K – $28K 4120 0.80%
NC Rocky Mount $21650 $17K – $25K 630 1.12%
NC Wilmington $22170 $17K – $30K 1210 0.91%
NC Winston – Salem $21130 $17K – $25K 1260 0.62%
ND Bismarck $29220 $23K – $38K 610 0.93%
ND Fargo $25980 $20K – $35K 710 0.57%
ND Grand Forks $27100 $19K – $35K 670 1.35%
NE Lincoln $25890 $19K – $31K 1280 0.79%
NE Omaha – Council Bluffs $20480 $16K – $28K 5090 1.13%
NH Manchester $27190 $18K – $37K 950 0.94%
NH Nashua (Metro Area) $29700 $21K – $37K 1730 1.34%
NH Portsmouth $31830 $22K – $39K 370 0.67%
NH Rochester – Dover $30270 $20K – $38K 850 1.61%
NJ Atlantic City – Hammonton $25930 $17K – $37K 1460 1.08%
NJ Camden (Metro Area) $22650 $17K – $34K 7330 1.49%
NJ Edison – New Brunswick (Metro Area) $24980 $17K – $44K 10950 1.13%
NJ Newark – Union (Metro Area) $24540 $17K – $37K 11960 1.26%
NJ Ocean City $23000 $19K – $32K 620 1.65%
NJ Trenton – Ewing $26350 $19K – $42K 2420 1.13%
NJ Vineland – Millville – Bridgeton $25060 $17K – $37K 1200 2.04%
NM Albuquerque $18660 $16K – $32K 3790 1.04%
NM Farmington $18860 $17K – $24K 580 1.16%
NM Las Cruces $26350 $20K – $34K 1000 1.52%
NM Santa Fe $27000 $20K – $36K 330 0.56%
NV Carson City $32120 $17K – $37K 200 0.77%
NV Las Vegas – Paradise $32950 $25K – $43K 3070 0.37%
NV Reno – Sparks $30620 $21K – $39K 530 0.28%
NY Albany – Schenectady – Troy $23360 $17K – $37K 5690 1.34%
NY Binghamton $21240 $17K – $32K 1710 1.63%
NY Buffalo – Niagara Falls $22450 $17K – $34K 7870 1.48%
NY Elmira $18430 $16K – $29K 580 1.56%
NY Glens Falls $18880 $16K – $26K 760 1.45%
NY Ithaca $21830 $16K – $36K 650 1.33%
NY Kingston $22800 $17K – $33K 1250 2.17%
NY Nassau – Suffolk (Metro Area) $26160 $17K – $43K 21850 1.79%
NY New York – White Plains – Wayne (Metro Area) $28520 $18K – $39K 61470 1.19%
NY Poughkeepsie – Newburgh – Middletown $24800 $17K – $41K 4690 1.93%
NY Rochester $22700 $17K – $36K 7510 1.52%
NY Syracuse $25190 $18K – $38K 4500 1.50%
NY Utica – Rome $22530 $17K – $31K 2010 1.64%
OH Akron $26790 $18K – $36K 2130 0.68%
OH Canton – Massillon $21530 $17K – $30K 1260 0.78%
OH Cincinnati – Middletown $25560 $18K – $37K 7090 0.72%
OH Cleveland – Elyria – Mentor $26690 $18K – $37K 6670 0.67%
OH Columbus $28020 $18K – $38K 6240 0.68%
OH Dayton $22300 $17K – $34K 2730 0.74%
OH Lima $21020 $17K – $35K 220 0.45%
OH Mansfield $25080 $18K – $31K 350 0.70%
OH Sandusky $19440 $17K – $32K 290 0.79%
OH Springfield $24220 $17K – $35K 280 0.59%
OH Steubenville – Weirton $19780 $17K – $26K 310 0.71%
OH Toledo $21380 $17K – $33K 3360 1.15%
OH Youngstown – Warren – Boardman $20660 nobr>$17K – $34K 1750 0.80%
OK Lawton $18190 $16K – $26K 430 1.04%
OK Oklahoma City $19040 $16K – $25K 2620 0.45%
OK Tulsa $21470 $16K – $34K 3490 0.84%
OR Bend $33760 $23K – $45K 580 0.97%
OR Corvallis $25800 $19K – $36K 420 1.25%
OR Eugene – Springfield $28950 $20K – $37K 1560 1.14%
OR Medford $26290 $19K – $35K 920 1.25%
OR Portland – Vancouver – Hillsboro $29890 $22K – $38K 8520 0.85%
OR Salem $34050 $25K – $45K 1610 1.13%
PA Allentown – Bethlehem – Easton $25320 $17K – $33K 3910 1.16%
PA Altoona $21450 $17K – $29K 630 1.09%
PA Erie $20200 $16K – $26K 1020 0.80%
PA Harrisburg – Carlisle $23310 $17K – $30K 1730 0.56%
PA Johnstown $19380 $16K – $29K 450 0.81%
PA Lancaster $24070 $20K – $31K 1840 0.83%
PA Lebanon $22960 $17K – $31K 200 0.40%
PA Philadelphia (Metro Area) $25340 $18K – $39K 15000 0.82%
PA Pittsburgh $22930 $17K – $33K 6290 0.56%
PA Reading $23860 $19K – $31K 1710 1.04%
PA Scranton – Wilkes – Barre $20030 $16K – $31K 2000 0.80%
PA State College $30450 $17K – $70K 1100 1.66%
PA Williamsport $22050 $17K – $29K 330 0.62%
PA York – Hanover $22740 $17K – $33K 2110 1.21%
PR Aguadilla – Isabela – San Sebastian $17510 $16K – $19K 150 0.36%
PR Fajardo $17290 $16K – $19K 40 0.29%
PR Guayama $17970 $16K – $20K 110 0.82%
PR Mayaguez $17650 $16K – $19K 130 0.42%
PR Ponce $18670 $16K – $28K 230 0.43%
PR San Juan – Caguas – Guaynabo $17820 $16K – $21K 7040 0.96%
PR Yauco $17470 $16K – $19K 50 0.43%
RI Providence – Fall River – Warwick $27640 $18K – $39K 5680 1.06%
SC Anderson $18410 $16K – $23K 480 0.83%
SC Charleston – North Charleston – Summerville $21200 $16K – $30K 1710 0.59%
SC Columbia $20020 $16K – $27K 2820 0.83%
SC Florence $18430 $16K – $23K 640 0.81%
SC Greenville – Mauldin – Easley $18570 $16K – $24K 1510 0.51%
SC Myrtle Beach – North Myrtle Beach – Conway $31010 $24K – $39K 1050 0.95%
SC Spartanburg $19790 $16K – $29K 820 0.71%
SC Sumter $18820 $16K – $26K 240 0.70%
SD Rapid City $22920 $18K – $29K 370 0.63%
SD Sioux Falls $22170 $18K – $28K 790 0.57%
TN Chattanooga $18630 $16K – $24K 1580 0.70%
TN Clarksville $24500 $20K – $30K 870 1.07%
TN Cleveland $18870 $16K – $24K 360 0.97%
TN Jackson $17920 $16K – $21K 460 0.79%
TN Johnson City $18320 $16K – $23K 720 0.92%
TN Kingsport – Bristol – Bristol $19910 $16K – $27K 1190 1.02%
TN Knoxville $20790 $16K – $28K 2250 0.69%
TN Memphis $18810 $16K – $27K 4030 0.68%
TN Morristown $18500 $16K – $23K 270 0.60%
TN Nashville – Davidson – Murfreesboro – Franklin $20180 $16K – $25K 4200 0.56%
TX Abilene $18650 $16K – $29K 600 0.97%
TX Amarillo $22550 $17K – $29K 890 0.81%
TX Austin – Round Rock – San Marcos $22510 $17K – $30K 5190 0.64%
TX Beaumont – Port Arthur $19620 $16K – $30K 1230 0.78%
TX College Station – Bryan $18320 $16K – $24K 710 0.77%
TX Corpus Christi $19910 $16K – $33K 1570 0.87%
TX Dallas – Plano – Irving (Metro Area) $21290 $17K – $29K 11350 0.54%
TX El Paso $20450 $16K – $28K 1970 0.72%
TX Fort Worth – Arlington (Metro Area) $18700 $16K – $28K 5810 0.66%
TX Houston – Sugar Land – Baytown $19430 $16K – $29K 16310 0.62%
TX Killeen – Temple – Fort Hood $18490 $16K – $24K 1760 1.38%
TX Longview $18270 $16K – $27K 770 0.78%
TX Lubbock $17910 $16K – $22K 980 0.78%
TX McAllen – Edinburg – Mission $19440 $16K – $29K 3440 1.51%
TX Midland $18260 $16K – $23K 200 0.26%
TX San Angelo $19910 $16K – $30K N/A N/A
TX San Antonio – New Braunfels $22030 $17K – $30K 6000 0.70%
TX Sherman – Denison $18590 $16K – $24K 350 0.86%
TX Texarkana – Texarkana $19020 $16K – $26K 380 0.70%
TX Tyler $18650 $16K – $24K 600 0.65%
TX Waco $18960 $16K – $27K 870 0.87%
TX Wichita Falls $18230 $16K – $23K 670 1.19%
UT Logan $19700 $16K – $27K 860 1.77%
UT Ogden – Clearfield $23690 $18K – $30K 2460 1.24%
UT Provo – Orem $23700 $17K – $31K 1580 0.88%
UT Salt Lake City $22600 $17K – $30K 7250 1.17%
UT St. George $22660 $20K – $28K 630 1.34%
VA Blacksburg – Christiansburg – Radford $22420 $18K – $28K 650 1.03%
VA Charlottesville $22550 $17K – $32K 850 0.88%
VA Danville $19250 $16K – $27K 320 0.86%
VA Harrisonburg $17480 $16K – $21K 430 0.74%
VA Lynchburg $18840 $16K – $27K 730 0.75%
VA Richmond $21000 $17K – $29K 4220 0.71%
VA Roanoke $19470 $16K – $26K 1410 0.95%
VA Virginia Beach – Norfolk – Newport News $24160 $17K – $34K 6590 0.92%
VA Winchester $24280 $17K – $37K 420 0.80%
VT Burlington – South Burlington $27470 $20K – $37K 1700 1.48%
WA Bellingham $28430 $23K – $36K 940 1.25%
WA Bremerton – Silverdale $31590 $24K – $38K 1060 1.35%
WA Kennewick – Pasco – Richland $27370 $19K – $33K 1510 1.55%
WA Longview $27700 $25K – $31K 620 1.85%
WA Mount Vernon – Anacortes $33110 $26K – $38K 690 1.64%
WA Olympia $29220 $23K – $38K 1330 1.42%
WA Seattle – Bellevue – Everett (Metro Area) $31790 $23K – $40K 12010 0.85%
WA Spokane $26500 $21K – $36K 2260 1.15%
WA Tacoma (Metro Area) $30730 $22K – $38K 3520 1.38%
WA Wenatchee – East Wenatchee $29300 $20K – $39K 600 1.57%
WA Yakima $29170 $23K – $37K 1550 1.94%
WI Appleton $20950 $16K – $30K 730 0.64%
WI Eau Claire $24990 $17K – $31K 500 0.64%
WI Fond du Lac $22020 $17K – $28K 260 0.61%
WI Green Bay $30160 $22K – $38K 870 0.52%
WI Janesville $26270 $18K – $30K 720 1.19%
WI La Crosse $27250 $20K – $31K 560 0.79%
WI Madison $27310 $19K – $37K 1720 0.52%
WI Milwaukee – Waukesha – West Allis $28670 $18K – $37K 5830 0.72%
WI Oshkosh – Neenah $21090 $17K – $29K 470 0.52%
WI Racine $23390 $18K – $35K 440 0.60%
WI Sheboygan $29060 $21K – $37K 480 0.87%
WI Wausau $25410 $18K – $31K 540 0.84%
WV Charleston $24120 $18K – $30K 520 0.36%
WV Huntington – Ashland $20680 $17K – $27K 840 0.78%
WV Morgantown $22790 $18K – $29K 130 0.22%
WV Parkersburg – Marietta – Vienna $18780 $17K – $28K 260 0.39%
WV Wheeling $22810 $17K – $34K 220 0.35%

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