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Table 37: Median Professional Salaries
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ARL University Medical Libraries
Rank Order Table, FY 2011–2012
Rank Institution Salary Rank Institution Salary
1 Alberta 113,249 37 Minnesota 63,379
2 Toronto 98,960 38 Pennsylvania State 62,982
3 British Columbia 87,323 39 Michigan 62,108
4 Queen’s 86,848 40 Oklahoma 61,690
5 McMaster 82,721 41 Pennsylvania 61,180
6 California, Los Angeles 82,524 42 Utah 61,000
7 Cornell 81,373 43 Pittsburgh 60,030
8 Ottawa 79,586 44 Nebraska 59,376
9 Manitoba 79,073 45 Iowa 59,287
10 Saskatchewan 78,931 46 Emory 59,095
11 Connecticut 77,974 47 Washington 59,040
12 Harvard 77,307 48 Illinois, Chicago 58,737
13 Yale 76,000 49 Temple 58,331
14 California, San Diego 75,708 50 Arizona 57,208
15 Columbia 75,279 51 Duke 56,897
16 McGill 74,842 52 Kentucky 56,855
17 Calgary 73,772 53 Wisconsin 55,491
18 SUNY Stony Brook 72,686 54 Tennessee, Memphis 54,918
19 Case Western Reserve 72,471 55 Washington U.–St. Louis 54,675
20 Johns Hopkins 71,073 56 Rochester 54,326
21 Montreal 70,533 57 Florida State 53,883
22 Miami 70,529 58 Louisville 53,374
23 Southern California 70,072 59 Boston University 52,750
24 Vanderbilt 69,738 60 Cincinnati 51,440
25 George Washington 67,985 61 Missouri 50,533
26 Northwestern 67,825 62 Tulane 50,184
27 Dartmouth 66,595 63 Oklahoma State 49,500
28 Southern Illinois 66,247 64 Florida 48,746
29 Howard 66,000 65 Kansas 47,500
30 North Carolina 65,860 66 South Carolina 46,692
31 SUNY Buffalo 65,833 67 Texas Tech 45,634
32 Virginia 65,600 Alabama *
33 Ohio State 65,149 Hawaii *
34 California, Davis 64,560 Louisiana State *
35 New York University 64,000 Tennessee, Knoxville *
36 Georgetown 63,456 Wayne State *
Salaries of directors are not included in the calculation of medians.
Alabama, Hawaii, Louisiana State, Tennessee–Knoxville, and Wayne State are not ranked because they reported four or fewer individuals.
Canadian salaries are expressed in US dollars.
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