Nov 15, 2016 1:11 PM
When it comes to teachers, we all know it's not their salaries we envy.
Education jobs are some of the lowest-paying occupations that require a bachelor’s degree, and their salaries consistently fail to keep up with inflation, according to WalletHub.
The research site compiled a list of the best - and the worst - states to become a teacher based on everything from “median starting salary” to “pupil-teacher ratio” to “school safety.”
New Hampshire ranked smack dab in the middle, ranking 26th. Take a look at the list here!
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