Hawaii Teacher Salary

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Hawaii Teacher’s Starting Salary for the 2022 to 2023 school year is $50,819 for a beginning teacher with a bachelor’s degree and no experience. With a master’s degree, it is $54,884. With a Doctorate, it’s $65,441.

Honolulu, East Honolulu, Pearl City, Hilo, Waipahu, Kailua, Kaneohe and Kahului and all Cities are part of the Hawaii School System 

Master’s Degree

The Hawaii School District will pay you $4,065 annually in year one and $4,312 in year 25 Annually, which results in $106,807 over a 25 Year Career of Additional income. This makes it an ok Career choice to get your Master’s when planning to work in Hawaii as a teacher. A regionally accredited university must have awarded the Degree. Check out the full Pay Schedule Below.

Doctorate Degree: 

The Hawaii School District will pay you $14,622 annually in year one and $15,512 in year 25 Annually. This results in $384,228 over a 25 Year Career of Additional income. This makes it an excellent choice to get your Doctorate when planning to work in Hawaii as a teacher. An employee with a master’s Degree and a Doctorate or equivalent degree shall receive the Doctorate differential only. A regionally accredited university must have awarded a degree. Add this to the scale below

Hawaii Teacher salary Chart:

Hawaii Teacher Salary Chart

   

Years

Bachelors

Master’s

Doctorate

1

$50,819

$54,884

$65,441

2

$50,819

$54,884

$65,441

3

$50,819

$54,884

$65,441

4

$52,344

$56,530

$67,405

5

$52,344

$56,530

$67,405

6

$53,915

$58,227

$69,427

7

$53,915

$58,227

$69,427

8

$53,915

$58,227

$69,427

9

$53,915

$58,227

$69,427

10

$53,915

$58,227

$69,427

11

$53,915

$58,227

$69,427

12

$53,915

$58,227

$69,427

13

$53,915

$58,227

$69,427

14

$53,915

$58,227

$69,427

15

$53,915

$58,227

$69,427

16

$53,915

$58,227

$69,427

17

$53,915

$58,227

$69,427

18

$53,915

$58,227

$69,427

19

$53,915

$58,227

$69,427

20

$53,915

$58,227

$69,427

21

$53,915

$58,227

$69,427

22

$53,915

$58,227

$69,427

23

$53,915

$58,227

$69,427

24

$53,915

$58,227

$69,427

25

$53,915

$58,227

$69,427

Source: Hawaii School District Website

Conclusion

Hawaii  teachers are low-paid teachers compared to the rest of the Country. Getting your Master’s is an ok Career Step because you can make an additional $106,807 over a 25 Year of Career. Getting your Doctorate can make you $384,228 over a 25 Year Career than with a Bachelor’s. Get Further Degrees if you want to make extra money in the Hawaii  School District. 

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