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TABLE 38: AVERAGE PROFESSIONAL SALARIES
IN ARL UNIVERSITY MEDICAL LIBRARIES
RANK ORDER TABLE, FY 2005-06*
Rank Institution Salary Rank Institution Salary
1 New Mexico $73,591 34 Michigan $54,690
2 Connecticut 70,790 35 Boston University 54,414
3 Cornell 69,764 36 Georgetown 54,262
4 California, San Diego 69,644 37 Duke 54,227
5 Southern California 68,518 38 Pennsylvania State 54,072
6 California, Davis 68,072 39 Florida 53,641
7 California, Los Angeles 66,956 40 British Columbia 53,595
8 Alberta 66,311 41 Wisconsin 53,295
9 Toronto 66,310 42 Pittsburgh 52,648
10 New York University 65,936 43 Southern Illinois 52,609
11 Harvard 65,437 44 McMaster 52,546
12 Yale 65,228 45 Tennessee, Memphis 52,526
13 Johns Hopkins 62,208 46 Vanderbilt 52,454
14 Cincinnati 61,046 47 Utah 52,380
15 Minnesota 59,938 48 Dartmouth 52,046
16 SUNY Stony Brook 59,816 49 Kentucky 51,939
17 Miami 59,807 50 McGill 51,616
18 George Washington 59,222 51 Louisville 51,613
19 Arizona 58,226 52 Rochester 51,213
20 Case Western Reserve 58,167 53 Montreal 51,007
21 Ohio State 58,112 54 Queen`s 50,766
22 Illinois, Chicago 57,895 55 Manitoba 50,152
23 Washington 57,618 56 Howard 50,145
24 Washington U.-St. Louis 57,283 57 Oklahoma 48,889
25 Iowa 56,853 58 Temple 48,726
26 North Carolina 56,808 59 Texas Tech 47,004
27 Nebraska 56,569 60 Kansas 46,601
28 Virginia 56,036 61 Tulane 45,508
29 Northwestern 55,919 62 Wayne State 43,963
30 Pennsylvania 55,505 63 Saskatchewan 43,731
31 Columbia 55,400 64 Missouri 42,498
32 Emory 55,385 65 South Carolina 41,788
33 SUNY Buffalo 55,304 66 Tennessee, Knoxville 41,525
* Salaries of directors are not included in the calculation of averages. Alabama, California-Irvine, Florida State, Louisiana State, and Oklahoma
State are not ranked because they reported fewer than four individuals.

Canadian salaries expressed in U.S. dollars.
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