32 · ARL Annual Salary Survey 2012–2013
Table 7: Filled Positions; Average, Median,
and
Beginning Salaries;
and
Average Years
of
Experience
in
ARL University Libraries, FY 2012–2013
Filled
Positions
Average Salaries Median Salaries Beginning Salaries Average
Yrs. Exp.
Institution FY 2013 FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2013
Alabama‡
64 $62,893 $63,744 $60,146 $59,188 $42,000 $42,000 15.0
Alberta‡
79 97,851 98,274 96,105 97,228 56,667 57,668 12.6
Arizona‡
55 68,992 67,583 61,977 60,796 53,364 53,364 17.5
Arizona State‡
52 64,394 66,081 63,390 66,367 43,000 43,000 20.7
Auburn‡ 44 57,280 58,837 53,850 54,813 44,720 46,062 15.7
Boston University‡
61 61,525 62,291 61,600 61,050 33,000 47,300 17.8
Boston College‡
59 75,319 74,973 72,011 72,567 44,050 44,900 20.0
Brigham Young‡
107 69,291 71,373 68,350 69,125 53,060 54,200 19.1
British Columbia‡
81 92,321 90,914 90,375 87,902 55,258 55,131 17.5
Brown
75 68,427 71,401 62,503 66,486 55,000 55,000 19.3
Calgary‡ 49 100,835 102,565 96,622 100,752 57,919 57,786 19.9
California, Berkeley‡
85 86,368 86,004 82,524 82,783 47,544 47,544 18.8
California, Davis‡
35 87,341 89,748 93,851 92,912 46,164 47,544 23.7
California, Irvine‡
44 79,022 81,434 78,506 81,304 46,164 47,544 18.3
California, Los Angeles‡
142 80,102 80,293 76,083 77,976 46,164 47,544 16.0
California, Riverside‡
38 80,107 83,336 79,116 77,976 48,029 49,464 21.5
California, San Diego‡ 82 78,362 83,007 75,708 80,480 46,164 47,544 19.3
California, Santa Barbara‡
63 74,465 75,707 68,892 70,956 46,164 47,544 15.2
Case Western Reserve‡
38 61,443 61,266 57,709 57,595 35,700 35,700 15.7
Chicago‡
72 78,566 81,455 73,819 74,916 53,000 58,500 17.8
Cincinnati‡
60 68,279 70,962 65,591 68,384 43,000 42,000 21.1
Colorado‡
42 64,991 67,987 62,000 63,593 48,800 48,888 14.6
Colorado State 47 74,226 78,577 72,550 75,700 55,000 55,000 17.3
Columbia‡
208 76,368 77,127 67,660 69,000 53,600 55,300 16.1
Connecticut
63 79,448 78,895 78,073 77,539 50,000 50,000 18.0
Cornell‡
100 76,269 77,461 69,088 70,000 49,000 50,470 16.8
Dartmouth‡
51 72,320 73,721 68,724 70,621 45,500 46,000 18.1
Delaware
58 78,803 82,273 73,203 79,194 44,600 45,600 19.8
Duke‡ 129 67,222 68,561 62,525 64,225 45,000 47,000 15.1
Emory‡
81 70,606 70,585 62,310 62,930 47,750 48,000 14.2
Florida
70 62,586 64,620 58,498 60,621 44,240 43,483 17.0
Florida State‡
45 56,750 58,071 52,711 54,264 42,000 45,000 12.1
George Washington
40 78,451 83,679 70,536 74,104 47,000 47,000 16.5
Georgetown 45 71,625 74,325 63,913 66,439 45,000 45,000 21.3
Georgia‡ 68 56,671 58,395 50,000 51,507 38,000 38,000 17.7
Georgia Tech‡
49 61,398 65,754 60,000 62,109 46,000 46,000 15.7
Guelph‡
47 84,394 88,753 79,846 86,239 62,477 63,424 17.7
Harvard‡
433 83,106 83,744 77,371 75,971 59,691 51,500 16.4
Hawaii‡
83 65,023 63,966 65,346 60,606 35,000 50,004 16.2
Houston‡ 58 63,580 63,674 57,884 55,790 48,000 45,000 12.1
Howard‡ 15 59,723 71,712 52,764 70,066 48,000 49,000 27.5
Illinois, Chicago‡
39 66,915 66,855 61,983 62,072 47,000 47,000 17.4
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