A kindergarten teacher earns $2,500 an hour.
This is an estimate of what a kindergarten teacher would earn in 2019.
K-12 Teacher Salary K-1 teacher salary is based on the annual wage of a full-time, salaried, full-year employee in the state of Washington.
The national average is $9,932 per year.
A kindergarten assistant earns $1,724.50 per hour.
The average full-day kindergarten teacher salary for a full year is $1.764 per hour, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The median full-term kindergarten teacher is making $3,621.30 per year, according the U,S.
A preschool teacher earns a base salary of $856 per week.
The Bureau of Labour Statistics says the typical preschool teacher makes $2.634 per week in wages.
A teacher with more than one year of experience makes more than $5,000 per year in earnings.
The National Center for Education Statistics has data on kindergarten teachers salary and hours.
The bureau has information on teacher salaries for other states.
The BLS also reports that the median annual earnings for a kindergarten assistant is $11,400 per year and a full time kindergarten teacher earning $10,500 per year is making nearly $18,000.
The salary for the highest-paid kindergarten teacher in the country is $104,000 a year.
The highest-paying preschool teacher in Washington is $40,000 in annual compensation.
The lowest-paid preschool teacher is $16,000 annually.
The typical kindergarten teacher working full time makes about $11.50 an hour in wages, according a 2018 survey of K-9 and elementary school teachers.
This calculator assumes a minimum wage of $9.00 per hour in Washington, $7.50 for tipped employees, $8.00 for part-time employees, and $7 for non-tipped employees.