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Table 13: Average Professional Salaries
in
ARL University Libraries
Rank Order Table, FY 2008–2009
Salaries of directors are not included in the calculation of medians. Excludes medical and law libraries. See Tables 38 and 45 for statistics
related to medical and law library salaries.
Canadian salaries are expressed in US dollars.
Rank Institution Salary Rank Institution Salary
1 York 95,755 58 North Carolina 67,177
2 Toronto 90,829 59 Purdue 66,957
3 Manitoba 89,270 60 Cincinnati 66,847
4 Alberta 89,260 61 Colorado 66,826
5 Rutgers 88,899 62 Texas 66,554
6 Queen`s 88,107 63 Pittsburgh 66,544
7 Saskatchewan 85,401 64 Washington 66,517
8 California, Berkeley 82,952 65 Arizona 66,447
9 Yale 82,622 66 Northwestern 66,328
10 British Columbia 79,910 67 Temple 66,114
11 Connecticut 79,855 68 Pennsylvania 65,914
12 California, Davis 79,652 69 Nebraska 65,751
13 New York University 78,920 70 Virginia Tech 65,516
14 McMaster 78,776 71 Syracuse 65,441
15 New Mexico 78,591 72 Brigham Young 63,925
16 Harvard 78,019 73 Michigan State 63,867
17 Princeton 77,939 74 Indiana 63,786
18 Waterloo 77,432 75 Houston 63,512
19 Guelph 77,319 76 Iowa 63,196
20 California, Irvine 76,045 77 Arizona State 63,110
21 California, San Diego 76,016 78 Duke 63,058
22 SUNY Stony Brook 75,948 79 Tulane 62,896
23 California, Los Angeles 75,812 80 Iowa State 61,863
24 MIT 75,733 81 Louisville 61,851
25 Chicago 74,480 82 Rice 61,433
26 California, Riverside 74,166 83 Illinois, Chicago 61,206
27 Southern California 73,788 84 Utah 61,119
28 McGill 73,148 85 Kansas 61,056
29 Delaware 72,792 86 Georgia Tech 60,944
30 Dartmouth 72,539 87 Kentucky 60,909
31 Columbia 72,352 88 Texas Tech 60,494
32 California, Santa Barbara 71,466 89 Wisconsin 60,304
33 George Washington 70,759 90 Auburn 60,231
34 North Carolina State 70,667 91 Washington State 59,820
35 Massachusetts 70,508 92 Vanderbilt 59,810
36 Tennessee 70,344 93 Washington U.-St. Louis 59,497
37 Michigan 70,031 94 Texas A&M 59,250
38 SUNY Buffalo 69,982 95 Boston University 59,236
39 Georgetown 69,739 96 Florida 58,974
40 Boston College 69,672 97 Alabama 58,655
41 Cornell 69,564 98 Case Western Reserve 57,972
42 Pennsylvania State 69,421 99 Georgia 57,628
43 Montreal 69,342 100 Ohio State 57,439
44 Virginia 69,246 101 Kent State 57,317
45 Miami 69,165 102 Southern Illinois 57,003
46 Emory 69,025 103 Oregon 56,965
47 Laval 68,511 104 Oklahoma State 56,703
48 Colorado State 68,355 105 Rochester 55,965
49 Notre Dame 68,224 106 Missouri 55,264
50 Western Ontario 68,168 107 Wayne State 54,962
51 Minnesota 67,975 108 Oklahoma 54,228
52 Maryland 67,924 109 Ohio University 54,210
53 Brown 67,804 110 Howard 53,741
54 Hawaii 67,491 111 South Carolina 53,670
55 Johns Hopkins 67,265 112 Louisiana State 51,839
56 SUNY Albany 67,251 113 Florida State 49,803
57 Illinois, Urbana 67,213
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