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Q&A: Does anyone know about elementary teaching jobs in Maryland?

by tom44 on June 3, 2012

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Question by Krismagic: Does anyone know about elementary teaching jobs in Maryland?
I’m trying to get info about teaching jobs in Maryland. Which areas are nice, which are hiring, how much is starting pay? If you have anything to tell me I’d be very grateful! Thanks!

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Answer by Heather 00
Go to the Maryland Department of Education website and you will get an answer to all of your questions. Starting pay varies from one school district to the next. They also have a list of all areas currently hiring. The list of jobs will change this summer due to new openings. That will be the best time to see what is open. Give your local school districts a call and ask them if they foresee any openings for the upcoming school year.

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One thought on “Q&A: Does anyone know about elementary teaching jobs in Maryland?

  1. murry0117 says:

    All areas should be hiring, though getting a job is a little tougher now. Counties aren’t creating new positions. So new hires are taking the jobs of retirees or teachers who have decided to leave their position for another reason (transfer, career change, etc.). You need to apply to individual counties or Baltimore City. Each county will have areas that are better than others. Generally, Montgomery County is considered the nicest and pays the most. As a whole, central Maryland has nicer schools and pays more. Western and Southern Maryland, and the Eastern Shore are considered more rural. They don’t pay as much. If you don’t want to teach in a “not-so-good” area then I would stay away from Baltimore City and PG County. It varies from county to county but starting salaries are generally in the mid 40’s. The most rural areas will be closer to the low 40’s. And the better areas will be closer to the high 40’s. If you go to a county’s department of education website they will all have their salary scale on the Human Resources page. Most counties start their application process about now.

    Good luck

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