38 · ARL Annual Salary Survey 2013–2014
Table 8: Beginning Professional Salaries
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ARL University Libraries
Rank Order Table, FY 2012–2013
Rank Institution Salary Rank Institution Salary
1 Princeton 65,700 55 Northwestern 47,000
2 Guelph 63,424 55 Notre Dame 47,000
3 Saskatchewan 60,314 55 Ohio State 47,000
4 Chicago 58,500 55 SUNY Buffalo 47,000
5 Calgary 57,786 63 Auburn 46,062
6 Alberta 57,668 64 Dartmouth 46,000
7 New York University 57,000 64 Georgia Tech 46,000
8 Toronto 56,591 64 Iowa State 46,000
9 Columbia 55,300 64 Minnesota 46,000
10 British Columbia 55,131 64 Utah 46,000
11 Brown 55,000 69 Kent State 45,833
11 Colorado State 55,000 70 Delaware 45,600
11 Illinois, Urbana 55,000 71 Massachusetts 45,518
14 Western 54,608 72 Florida State 45,000
15 Brigham Young 54,200 72 Georgetown 45,000
16 MIT 54,000 72 Houston 45,000
16 North Carolina State 54,000 72 North Carolina 45,000
18 Queen’s 53,718 72 Pennsylvania 45,000
19 Arizona 53,364 72 SUNY Stony Brook 45,000
20 Waterloo 53,198 72 Wayne State 45,000
21 Johns Hopkins 53,089 79 Boston College 44,900
22 Laval 52,975 80 Montreal 44,515
23 Harvard 51,500 81 Temple 44,044
23 Yale 51,500 82 Southern Illinois 44,000
25 Manitoba 51,069 83 Ohio University 43,500
26 Nebraska 51,000 84 Florida 43,483
27 Rutgers 50,765 85 Arizona State 43,000
28 Purdue 50,500 85 Iowa 43,000
29 Cornell 50,470 85 Kentucky 43,000
30 Hawaii 50,004 88 Washington 42,600
31 Connecticut 50,000 89 Vanderbilt 42,500
31 Michigan State 50,000 90 Alabama 42,000
33 Ottawa 49,996 90 Cincinnati 42,000
34 McGill 49,816 90 Maryland 42,000
35 Texas A&M 49,500 90 Oklahoma 42,000
36 California, Riverside 49,464 90 Pennsylvania State 42,000
37 Howard 49,000 90 Tulane 42,000
37 Southern California 49,000 96 Wisconsin 41,336
37 Texas Tech 49,000 97 Oklahoma State 40,500
40 Colorado 48,888 98 Indiana 40,400
41 York 48,819 99 Kansas 40,000
42 McMaster 48,277 99 Louisiana State 40,000
43 Emory 48,000 99 Missouri 40,000
43 Miami 48,000 99 New Mexico 40,000
43 Tennessee 48,000 99 Oregon 40,000
43 Texas 48,000 99 Rochester 40,000
47 California, Berkeley 47,544 99 Virginia Tech 40,000
47 California, Davis 47,544 99 Washington U.-St. Louis 40,000
47 California, Irvine 47,544 107 Rice 39,900
47 California, Los Angeles 47,544 108 Washington State 39,500
47 California, San Diego 47,544 109 SUNY Albany 39,350
47 California, Santa Barbara 47,544 110 Georgia 38,000
53 Virginia 47,500 110 Louisville 38,000
54 Boston University 47,300 110 South Carolina 38,000
55 Duke 47,000 110 Syracuse 38,000
55 George Washington 47,000 114 Case Western Reserve 35,700
55 Illinois, Chicago 47,000 115 Pittsburgh 34,000
55 Michigan 47,000
Reprinted from ARL Annual Salary Survey 2012–2013. Beginning salary figures represent officially designated base, not necessarily salaries of
actual incumbents.
Excludes medical and law libraries. See Tables 48 and 58 for comparable figures for medical and law libraries.
Canadian salaries are expressed in US dollars.
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