28 · ARL Annual Salary Survey 2010–2011
table 7: filled positions; averaGe, Median,
and
beGinninG salaries;
and
averaGe years
of
experienCe
in
arl university libraries, fy 2010–2011
filled
positions
averaGe salaries Median salaries beGinninG salaries averaGe
yrs. exp.
Institution FY 2011 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2011
Alabama

62 $58,272 $58,760 $52,204 $55,188 $42,000 $42,000 15.0
Alberta

72 84,172 96,215 89,319 96,759 43,398 52,833 15.7
Arizona

55 65,897 65,351 59,915 59,118 48,605 50,857 18.0
Arizona State

56 66,091 64,744 65,071 65,039 43,000 43,000 19.9
Auburn

44 58,382 57,728 53,705 52,330 44,720 44,720 15.1
Boston University

56 57,615 59,680 56,600 57,200 43,700 33,000 17.5
Boston College

55 69,739 70,871 67,280 69,560 42,300 43,350 19.7
Brigham Young 109 66,005 67,295 63,950 66,000 51,000 52,020 18.9
British Columbia
†‡
72 73,023 85,029 70,005 83,131 47,429 52,420 17.7
Brown

62 65,880 66,368 61,549 62,972 39,500 40,500 18.8
Calgary
†‡
53 81,275 91,776 76,749 88,732 49,713 54,945 18.7
California, Berkeley

101 83,853 85,329 82,524 82,524 47,087 46,164 18.0
California, Davis

39 81,135 84,334 88,488 88,488 46,164 46,164 21.8
California, Irvine 51 76,645 77,825 75,708 75,708 46,164 46,144 16.8
California, Los Angeles

136 78,189 79,113 75,708 75,708 46,164 46,164 16.3
California, Riverside

43 77,661 79,762 75,708 79,116 47,087 47,087 21.5
California, San Diego

84 77,158 77,064 75,708 75,708 46,164 46,164 17.4
California, Santa Barbara

55 71,378 74,431 68,892 74,104 46,164 46,164 17.8
Case Western Reserve

43 58,788 58,886 55,227 55,434 35,000 35,000 15.9
Chicago

71 76,254 76,692 72,329 73,130 48,204 50,151 20.8
Cincinnati

58 65,445 68,451 61,879 66,260 40,000 42,000 19.5
Colorado

45 67,523 64,595 64,573 61,262 44,000 44,000 14.2
Colorado State 37 68,311 67,844 65,300 64,700 45,000 55,000 18.0
Columbia

204 72,939 74,360 64,385 65,280 51,500 52,000 15.8
Connecticut

60 82,083 81,341 78,079 79,309 48,000 50,000 17.8
Cornell

102 71,548 74,377 64,239 66,873 47,000 48,000 17.1
Dartmouth

47 72,208 70,594 67,933 67,159 45,500 45,500 17.6
Delaware 59 75,703 76,673 73,353 72,868 43,600 43,600 18.2
Duke

117 64,870 65,526 60,000 60,000 45,000 45,000 15.0
Emory

67 68,747 69,761 63,068 63,198 42,000 47,750 15.0
Florida

68 60,450 62,229 56,388 58,073 42,000 42,000 16.3
Florida State

41 54,858 56,313 49,805 52,265 42,000 42,000 12.5
George Washington

41 74,353 76,999 67,143 72,277 47,000 47,000 15.9
Georgetown

53 69,227 70,338 63,538 63,965 45,000 45,000 21.6
Georgia

69 56,544 56,057 50,000 49,795 38,000 38,000 16.5
Georgia Tech

44 63,526 63,534 58,016 58,016 44,000 44,000 14.8
Guelph

50 69,113 80,588 66,902 76,872 51,169 58,392 18.1
Harvard

408 77,319 79,111 70,720 72,134 48,800 53,093 15.4
Hawaii

67 66,721 63,037 66,225 64,692 42,660 35,000 18.2
Houston

41 61,669 62,188 56,563 54,628 43,000 44,000 15.0
Howard

13 43,547 56,590 43,010 50,223 38,000 34,627 22.5
Illinois, Chicago

43 62,208 63,420 56,555 57,730 47,000 47,000 17.0
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