70 · ARL Annual Salary Survey 2011–2012
Table 36: Beginning Professional Salaries
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ARL University Medical Libraries
Rank Order Table, FY 2011–2012
Rank Institution Salary Rank Institution Salary
1 Cornell 60,000 36 Johns Hopkins 45,000
1 Howard 60,000 36 Miami 45,000
3 Harvard 59,691 36 Nebraska 45,000
4 Calgary 57,919 36 North Carolina 45,000
5 Saskatchewan 57,839 36 Pennsylvania 45,000
6 Alberta 56,667 36 Pennsylvania State 45,000
7 Connecticut 56,454 36 Pittsburgh 45,000
8 Tennessee, Memphis 56,000 36 SUNY Stony Brook 45,000
9 British Columbia 55,258 36 Virginia 45,000
10 New York University 55,000 46 Georgetown 44,000
11 Toronto 54,524 46 Minnesota 44,000
12 Montreal 54,076 48 Michigan 43,500
13 Queen’s 53,842 49 Cincinnati 43,000
14 Columbia 53,600 49 Iowa 43,000
15 Arizona 51,500 49 Kansas 43,000
15 Southern California 51,500 52 Temple 42,800
17 Northwestern 51,000 53 Washington 42,600
18 Ottawa 50,111 54 Alabama 42,000
19 Florida 50,000 55 Vanderbilt 41,500
20 McGill 49,930 56 Kentucky 41,000
21 Manitoba 49,743 56 Southern Illinois 41,000
22 Yale 49,500 58 Wisconsin 40,526
23 McMaster 48,388 59 Florida State 40,000
24 Duke 48,000 59 Missouri 40,000
24 Emory 48,000 59 Oklahoma 40,000
24 George Washington 48,000 59 Rochester 40,000
27 Boston University 47,000 59 Tulane 40,000
27 Illinois, Chicago 47,000 59 Utah 40,000
27 SUNY Buffalo 47,000 59 Washington U.–St. Louis 40,000
30 California, Davis 46,164 66 Texas Tech 38,110
30 California, Los Angeles 46,164 67 Louisville 38,000
30 California, San Diego 46,164 67 Oklahoma State 38,000
33 Ohio State 46,000 67 Tennessee, Knoxville 38,000
34 Wayne State 45,600 70 Louisiana State 36,000
35 Dartmouth 45,500 71 Case Western Reserve 35,700
36 Hawaii 45,000 72 South Carolina 35,000
Beginning salary figures represent officially designated base, not necessarily salaries of actual incumbents.
Canadian salaries are expressed in US dollars.
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