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Salaries, benefits for teachers in Greater Concord

Here is a look at some salaries and benefits for teachers in the region:

Allenstown

Starting salary: $32,489

Top salary: $69,323

Employee obligation for health insurance: 20 percent of premium.

Bow

Starting salary: $37,359

Top salary: $67,939

Employee obligation for health insurance: 10 percent for an individual, 20 percent for a family.

Concord

Starting salary: $39,278

Top salary: $81,699

Employee obligation for health insurance: 0-15 percent depending on plan selected.

Chichester

Starting Salary: $35,809

Top salary: $69,654

Employee obligation for health insurance: 20 percent of premium.

Henniker

Starting salary: $38,480

Top salary: $66,692

Employee obligation for health insurance: 15 percent of premium.

Merrimack Valley

Starting salary: $33,777

Top salary: $73,629

Employee obligation for health insurance: 5-15 percent depending on plan selected.

Pembroke

Starting salary: $33,369

Top salary: $65,027

Employee obligation for health insurance: 20 percent of premium for HMO or the difference between 80 percent of HMO premium and the POS premium.

Weare

Starting salary: $30,506

Top salary: $47,383

Employee obligation for health insurance: 5-15 percent depending on plan selected. Starting in 2015-16, all plans will require 15 percent employee contribution.

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Friday, May 2, 2014

Voters across the region this month approved multiyear contracts with school staff that increase salaries, but require employees to take on more of the cost of health insurance. Growing optimism in the economy will likely lead to similar compromises in other districts in the coming years, said Neil Niman, associate professor of economics at the University of New Hampshire. While …

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