Teacher salaries for Montana are currently rising as a result of the state’s growing workforce and increasing number of students.
The salaries are a good indicator of how much teachers are making, according to a report released Tuesday by the Montana Teacher Salary Commission.
The report found that the median teacher salary in Montana is now $43,000 a year, up from $37,000 in 2013.
That is a slight increase of $2,000 from the previous year.
The salaries of teachers in Montana are a combination of state and federal wage increases and the impact of the federal minimum wage.
The state of Montana has more than 30,000 teachers.
The median salary is $45,000.
This is a 4.5 percent increase over the last year.
The increase is driven by a 6.9 percent increase in teacher salaries.
The state also experienced a $5,000 pay raise last year, which is the first in 20 years.
The report did not say how much of that pay increase is attributable to increased salaries.
Another major increase in the state was in the number of full-time teachers in the last two years.
In 2017, the number was 8.4 percent higher than in 2016.
This year, the total number of teachers is down to 7.6 percent of the total population.
The number of new teachers has been trending up, but the report noted that the number is still lower than what it was in 2000.
The total number in the classroom has been rising steadily since the 1980s, and is up from 7.5 in 1980.
In 2016, the average teacher was earning $45.69, according the report.
The average salary for full-timers was $51,903.
The number of paid full- and part-time positions in Montana rose to 15,000 last year from 12,000 two years ago.
The numbers are down slightly from 16,500 in 2016 and 17,500 three years ago, but still higher than the national average of 9,600.
The percentage of paid positions has been increasing in the past two years, but has been on the decline.