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How much does a Music Teacher make in Connecticut?

Average Music Teacher Yearly Salary in Connecticut

Music Teachers earn a median salary of $68,610 per year. Salaries typically start from $33,280 and go up to $123,160.

Source: U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics

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Employment Type Mix

39%
Full-Time
61%
Part-Time

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Salary Satisfaction

3.1
SCORE
669
RATINGS
Music Teachers average a score of 3.1 out of 5 on our salary satisfaction scale. This places Music Teachers in the 59th percentile of salary satisfaction.

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Music Teacher Earnings by Seniority

Top End Music Teacher Earnings

The highest earning Music Teachers in Connecticut earn:

N/A an hour $123,160
per year
Senior Music Teacher Earnings

Senior Music Teachers in Connecticut earn:

N/A an hour $98,260
per year
Experienced Music Teacher Earnings

Experienced Music Teachers in Connecticut earn:

N/A an hour $68,610
per year
Junior Music Teacher Earnings

Junior Music Teachers in Connecticut earn:

N/A an hour $37,870
per year
Starting Music Teacher Earnings

Starting Music Teachers in Connecticut earn:

N/A an hour $33,280
per year

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

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Historical salary for Music Teachers in Connecticut

Source: U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics
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