28 · ARL Annual Salary Survey 2011–2012
Table 7: Filled Positions; Average, Median,
and
Beginning Salaries;
and
Average Years
of
Experience
in
ARL University Libraries, FY 2011–2012
Filled
Positions
Average Salaries Median Salaries Beginning Salaries Average
Yrs. Exp.
Institution FY 2012 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012
Alabama 59 $58,760 $62,893 $55,188 $60,146 $42,000 $42,000 15.1
Alberta‡ 74 96,215 97,851 96,759 96,105 52,833 56,667 13.8
Arizona‡ 46 65,351 68,992 59,118 61,977 50,857 53,364 18.6
Arizona State‡ 55 64,744 64,394 65,039 63,390 43,000 43,000 19.7
Auburn‡ 40 57,728 57,280 52,330 53,850 44,720 44,720 15.8
Boston University 58 59,680 61,525 57,200 61,600 33,000 33,000 18.1
Boston College‡ 57 70,871 75,319 69,560 72,011 43,350 44,050 20.1
Brigham Young‡ 102 67,295 69,291 66,000 68,350 52,020 53,060 19.0
British Columbia‡ 80 85,029 92,321 83,131 90,375 52,420 55,258 17.3
Brown‡ 69 66,368 68,427 62,972 62,503 40,500 55,000 19.2
Calgary‡ 50 91,776 100,835 88,732 96,622 54,945 57,919 19.4
California, Berkeley‡ 91 85,329 86,368 82,524 82,524 46,164 47,544 18.8
California, Davis‡ 36 84,334 87,341 88,488 93,851 46,164 46,164 23.3
California, Irvine‡ 44 77,825 79,022 75,708 78,506 46,144 46,164 17.7
California, Los Angeles‡ 128 79,113 80,102 75,708 76,083 46,164 46,164 16.4
California, Riverside‡ 45 79,762 80,107 79,116 79,116 47,087 48,029 21.4
California, San Diego‡ 83 77,064 78,362 75,708 75,708 46,164 46,164 18.2
California, Santa Barbara‡ 58 74,431 74,465 74,104 68,892 46,164 46,164 17.7
Case Western Reserve‡ 42 58,886 61,443 55,434 57,709 35,000 35,700 16.8
Chicago‡ 64 76,692 78,566 73,130 73,819 50,151 53,000 20.1
Cincinnati‡ 61 68,451 68,279 66,260 65,591 42,000 43,000 19.8
Colorado‡ 44 64,595 64,991 61,262 62,000 44,000 48,800 15.1
Colorado State‡ 50 67,844 74,226 64,700 72,550 55,000 55,000 16.9
Columbia‡ 200 74,360 76,368 65,280 67,660 52,000 53,600 16.3
Connecticut‡ 64 81,341 79,448 79,309 78,073 50,000 50,000 17.2
Cornell‡ 102 74,377 76,269 66,873 69,088 48,000 49,000 17.1
Dartmouth‡ 50 70,594 72,320 67,159 68,724 45,500 45,500 17.6
Delaware 58 76,673 78,803 72,868 73,203 43,600 44,600 19.0
Duke‡ 127 65,526 67,222 60,000 62,525 45,000 45,000 15.0
Emory‡ 73 69,761 70,606 63,198 62,310 47,750 47,750 14.5
Florida‡ 71 62,229 62,586 58,073 58,498 42,000 44,240 16.2
Florida State‡ 38 56,313 56,750 52,265 52,711 42,000 42,000 12.4
George Washington‡ 38 76,999 78,451 72,277 70,536 47,000 47,000 15.9
Georgetown‡ 47 70,338 71,625 63,965 63,913 45,000 45,000 21.4
Georgia‡ 74 56,057 56,671 49,795 50,000 38,000 38,000 17.1
Georgia Tech‡ 46 63,534 61,398 58,016 60,000 44,000 46,000 14.8
Guelph‡ 49 80,588 84,394 76,872 79,846 58,392 62,477 17.2
Harvard‡ 438 79,111 83,106 72,134 77,371 53,093 59,691 16.3
Hawaii‡ 79 63,037 65,023 64,692 65,346 35,000 35,000 16.2
Houston‡ 47 62,188 63,580 54,628 57,884 44,000 48,000 14.3
Howard‡ 13 56,590 59,723 50,223 52,764 34,627 48,000 23.4
Illinois, Chicago‡ 37 63,420 66,915 57,730 61,983 47,000 47,000 18.3
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