80 · ARL Annual Salary Survey 2008–2009
Table 45: Average Professional Salaries
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ARL University Law Libraries
Rank Order Table, FY 2008–2009
Salaries of directors are not included in the calculation of medians. Alberta, British Columbia, Hawaii, McGill, Manitoba, Queen’s,
Saskatchewan, Southern Illinois, Toronto, and Western Ontario are not ranked because they reported fewer than four individuals.
Canadian salaries are expressed in US dollars.
Rank Institution Salary Rank Institution Salary
1 Washington U.-St. Louis 115,897 34 Montreal 65,499
2 Saskatchewan 94,209 35 Texas Tech 65,190
3 California, Davis 87,438 36 Virginia 64,842
4 George Washington 83,872 37 Case Western Reserve 64,326
5 New York University 82,580 38 Ohio State 64,224
6 York 81,778 39 Arizona 64,191
7 Yale 80,486 40 New Mexico 64,180
8 Harvard 78,934 41 Temple 63,612
9 California, Los Angeles 78,124 42 Wisconsin 62,919
10 Rutgers, Camden 77,533 43 Illinois, Urbana 62,773
11 Cornell 76,857 44 Nebraska 62,615
12 Columbia 76,365 45 Northwestern 62,529
13 Michigan 76,256 46 Emory 61,465
14 Minnesota 75,486 47 Louisiana State 60,863
15 Boston College 75,307 48 Oregon 60,799
16 Pennsylvania State 75,059 49 Cincinnati 60,748
17 North Carolina 74,947 50 Texas 60,540
18 Georgetown 74,448 51 Florida 59,992
19 Duke 74,075 52 Miami 58,981
20 Iowa 72,925 53 Alabama 58,471
21 Rutgers, Newark 72,346 54 Syracuse 58,398
22 Boston University 71,113 55 Tulane 57,587
23 Connecticut 70,729 56 Houston 57,406
24 Colorado 70,199 57 Louisville 56,866
25 Pennsylvania 70,077 58 Utah 56,136
26 SUNY Buffalo 69,492 59 Oklahoma 55,874
27 Indiana 69,325 60 Georgia 55,235
28 Notre Dame 69,321 61 Missouri 54,645
29 Washington 69,248 62 Florida State 53,794
30 Tennessee 67,824 63 Kentucky 51,515
31 Arizona State 67,641 64 Howard 49,623
32 South Carolina 67,341 65 Kansas 49,278
33 Vanderbilt 66,594 66 Wayne State 45,730
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