Monday, April 11, 2011


Faculty salaries increased on average throughout the country. Time to look for a new state to work in. According to the NYT:
This year’s results are just slightly higher than last year’s increase of 1.2 percent, which was the smallest rise reported in the survey’s 50 years.

On average, full professors at doctoral universities earned $127,296 for the current academic year, and assistant professors $72,893.

But the report found a widening pay gap between public universities, where full professors averaged $118,054 and assistant professors $69,777, and private institutions, where full professors’ average salary was $157,282 and assistant professors’ $86,189.
My favorite part is the difference between "Public" sector and "Private" sector salaries.

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