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Tuesday, April 7, 2020

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The Worst (And The Best) States In America To Work In As A Teacher, 2018

A new report ranked Hawaii as the worst state in America to work in as a teacher, that’s according to a WalletHub analysis. Arizona, North Carolina, Louisiana, and Florida rounded out the top five worst states in America to work in as a teacher ranking.

The analysis comes in the lead-up to World Teacher Day, which will be celebrated on October 5.

Meanwhile, New York was ranked as the best state to work as a teacher, followed by Connecticut, Minnesota, Illinois, and North Dakota.

The report compared the 50 states and Washington, D.C. across two key areas: “opportunity and competition” and “academic and work environment.”

The most teacher-friendly states the America, 2018:

  1. New York
  2. Connecticut
  3. Minnesota
  4. Illinois
  5. North Dakota
  6. Pennsylvania
  7. Wyoming
  8. New Jersey
  9. Maryland
  10. Ohio
  11. Utah
  12. Virginia
  13. Massachusetts
  14. Alaska
  15. Missouri
  16. Wisconsin
  17. Montana
  18. Kentucky
  19. Texas
  20. Iowa
  21. Washington
  22. Michigan
  23. Nebraska
  24. Oregon
  25. Delaware
  26. Idaho
  27. Vermont
  28. Colorado
  29. Rhode Island
  30. Georgia
  31. California
  32. Nevada
  33. Alabama
  34. Kansas
  35. South Dakota
  36. Indiana
  37. Arkansas
  38. New Hampshire
  39. Tennessee
  40. Maine
  41. New Mexico
  42. West Virginia
  43. District of Columbia
  44. Oklahoma
  45. South Carolina
  46. Mississippi
  47. Florida
  48. Louisiana
  49. North Carolina
  50. Arizona
  51. Hawaii

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Aimee Lee Webber
Editorial Aide/Reporter at The CEOWORLD magazine. Nationally Syndicated Advice Columnist. Generally prefer dogs to humans. Loves dragons. New Yorker.
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