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Table 50: Average Professional Salaries
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ARL University Medical Libraries
Rank Order Table, FY 2013–2014
Rank Institution Salary Rank Institution Salary
1 Saskatchewan 98,187 37 Minnesota 68,004
2 Alberta 97,007 38 Washington 66,947
3 Queen`s 95,491 39 Arizona 66,930
4 Toronto 94,491 40 Virginia 66,600
5 Yale 87,412 41 Vanderbilt 65,104
6 Ottawa 85,929 42 Wisconsin 65,012
7 British Columbia 84,438 43 Georgetown 64,916
8 California, Los Angeles 83,268 44 Southern Illinois 64,729
9 Manitoba 82,839 45 Emory 62,945
10 Rutgers 82,246 46 Case Western Reserve 62,804
11 New York University 81,407 47 Boston University 62,692
12 Calgary 81,351 48 Louisville 62,397
13 Connecticut 80,281 49 Duke 62,356
14 Miami 79,600 50 Cincinnati 62,281
15 McMaster 78,326 51 Washington U.-St. Louis 61,998
16 Montreal 77,264 52 Pennsylvania State 61,437
17 Cornell 76,933 53 Kentucky 60,569
18 Harvard 76,141 54 Missouri 60,488
19 Southern California 75,833 55 Temple 60,117
20 California, Davis 73,456 56 Florida 59,565
21 Columbia 73,106 57 Illinois, Chicago 59,535
22 SUNY Stony Brook 73,007 58 Tulane 58,969
23 Pennsylvania 72,539 59 Utah 58,567
24 Dartmouth 72,232 60 Rochester 58,057
25 Johns Hopkins 71,550 61 Oklahoma 57,314
26 Howard 71,240 62 Tennessee, Memphis 57,184
27 Ohio State 70,977 63 Kansas 54,795
28 McGill 70,639 64 Oklahoma State 54,788
29 Northwestern 70,583 65 Hawaii 53,034
30 George Washington 70,407 66 Florida State 52,306
31 Michigan 69,603 67 South Carolina 52,020
32 Pittsburgh 69,469 68 Texas Tech 51,896
33 Nebraska 68,842 Alabama *
34 North Carolina 68,078 Louisiana State *
35 SUNY Buffalo 68,015 Tennessee, Knoxville *
36 Iowa 68,009 Wayne State *
Salaries of directors are not included in the calculation of averages.
* Alabama, 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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