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Table 13: Average Professional Salaries
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ARL University Libraries
Rank Order Table, FY 2009–2010
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 Rutgers 89,058 58 Pittsburgh 66,551
2 Alberta 84,172 59 Washington 66,476
3 California, Berkeley 83,853 60 Arizona State 66,091
4 York 82,297 61 Brigham Young 66,005
5 Connecticut 82,083 62 Pennsylvania 65,997
6 Manitoba 81,855 63 Arizona 65,897
7 Calgary 81,275 64 Brown 65,880
8 California, Davis 81,135 65 Syracuse 65,847
9 Yale 81,088 66 Purdue 65,573
10 Queen`s 80,504 67 Cincinnati 65,445
11 SUNY Stony Brook 79,837 68 Nebraska 65,057
12 New York University 79,018 69 Duke 64,870
13 Princeton 79,015 70 Kent State 63,997
14 Toronto 78,211 71 Indiana 63,870
15 California, Los Angeles 78,189 72 McGill 63,797
16 California, Riverside 77,661 73 Georgia Tech 63,526
17 Harvard 77,319 74 Iowa State 63,217
18 California, San Diego 77,158 75 Virginia Tech 63,148
19 California, Irvine 76,645 76 Washington State 62,755
20 Saskatchewan 76,307 77 Montreal 62,740
21 Chicago 76,254 78 Iowa 62,529
22 Delaware 75,703 79 Texas A&M 62,441
23 Southern California 74,479 80 Rice 62,215
24 MIT 74,430 81 Illinois, Chicago 62,208
25 George Washington 74,353 82 Laval 61,963
26 British Columbia 73,023 83 Wisconsin 61,856
27 North Carolina State 73,019 84 Houston 61,669
28 Columbia 72,939 85 McMaster 61,608
29 New Mexico 72,938 86 Utah 61,470
30 SUNY Buffalo 72,916 87 Wayne State 61,261
31 Dartmouth 72,208 88 Kentucky 60,966
32 Cornell 71,548 89 SUNY Albany 60,964
33 California, Santa Barbara 71,378 90 Kansas 60,877
34 Waterloo 70,230 91 Texas Tech 60,690
35 Massachusetts 69,882 92 Tulane 60,534
36 Boston College 69,739 93 Florida 60,450
37 Notre Dame 69,492 94 Missouri 59,914
38 Tennessee 69,380 95 Oregon 59,782
39 Georgetown 69,227 96 Louisville 59,483
40 Guelph 69,113 97 Ohio State 59,476
41 Johns Hopkins 68,926 98 Western Ontario 59,073
42 Michigan State 68,894 99 Washington U.-St. Louis 59,037
43 Maryland 68,874 100 Vanderbilt 58,991
44 Emory 68,747 101 Case Western Reserve 58,788
45 Colorado State 68,311 102 Auburn 58,382
46 Miami 68,278 103 Alabama 58,272
47 Virginia 67,988 104 Southern Illinois 58,264
48 Pennsylvania State 67,897 105 Boston University 57,615
49 Northwestern 67,873 106 Oklahoma State 56,580
50 Michigan 67,767 107 Georgia 56,544
51 North Carolina 67,637 108 Oklahoma 55,853
52 Colorado 67,523 109 Rochester 55,837
53 Texas 66,882 110 Ohio University 55,522
54 Temple 66,849 111 Florida State 54,858
55 Minnesota 66,794 112 South Carolina 53,658
56 Illinois, Urbana 66,755 113 Louisiana State 50,821
57 Hawaii 66,721 114 Howard 43,547
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