70 · ARL Annual Salary Survey 2008–2009
Table 38: Average Professional Salaries
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ARL University Medical Libraries
Rank Order Table, FY 2008–2009
Salaries of directors are not included in the calculation of medians. Alabama, California-Irvine, Florida State, and Tennessee-Knoxville are
not ranked because they reported fewer than four individuals.
Canadian salaries are expressed in US dollars.
Rank Institution Salary Rank Institution Salary
1 Alberta $96,699 35 Nebraska $62,327
2 Toronto 96,298 36 Washington U.-St. Louis 61,854
3 California, Davis 80,311 37 Columbia 61,564
4 Connecticut 78,122 38 Dartmouth 61,441
5 Cornell 78,010 39 Wisconsin 61,257
6 British Columbia 77,805 40 Northwestern 61,237
7 Queen`s 76,546 41 Pennsylvania 60,851
8 Harvard 75,515 42 Oklahoma 60,301
9 Yale 74,991 43 Duke 60,297
10 Manitoba 72,322 44 George Washington 59,940
11 McGill 72,309 45 Iowa 59,648
12 Montreal 72,161 46 Cincinnati 59,134
13 Miami 71,829 47 Illinois, Chicago 58,928
14 California, Los Angeles 71,305 48 Florida 58,902
15 New Mexico 70,363 49 Georgetown 58,700
16 Southern California 69,393 50 Michigan 58,250
17 Johns Hopkins 66,744 51 Vanderbilt 58,021
18 California, San Diego 66,305 52 Kentucky 57,770
19 New York University 66,047 53 Temple 57,468
20 Ohio State 66,036 54 Pittsburgh 57,340
21 North Carolina 65,912 55 Louisville 57,017
22 Virginia 64,952 56 Boston University 56,280
23 Saskatchewan 64,291 57 Rochester 54,807
24 Arizona 64,038 58 Howard 53,754
25 SUNY Buffalo 63,881 59 Tennessee, Memphis 53,278
26 Washington 63,804 60 Tulane 52,567
27 Pennsylvania State 63,734 61 Kansas 52,333
28 Emory 63,447 62 South Carolina 48,891
29 Minnesota 63,281 63 Oklahoma State 48,833
30 SUNY Stony Brook 63,156 64 Texas Tech 48,703
31 Utah 62,848 65 Hawaii 46,607
32 McMaster 62,727 66 Wayne State 46,402
33 Case Western Reserve 62,532 67 Missouri 45,421
34 Southern Illinois 62,521
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