Originally Posted by Literature
An economist would say most likely. Bigger cities (that have more diversity) need better teachers, though. Of course, that doesn't take into a lot of factors. For instance, if a teacher-spouse worked in a bigger city but now works in a smaller town because of spouse.
You would assume that. Same job in a city of 1 million would in general pay more than a city of 10K. But the fly in the ointment may be the people in this particular profession. Most are not in it for the money.
My wife has worked in small schools and big schools. Rich districts and poor disctricts. She says its how the school is run, how the principles conduct school business and parental involvment that matter the most, make it a good school.