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  1. Falling Behind: Sociology and Other Social Science Faculty Salaries, AY 2010 - 2011

    Using data from the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources, this brief finds that Between Academic Years 2009-10 and 2010-11, social science faculty members lost purchasing power because faculty salary increases did not surpass the rate of inflation. Across four social science disciplines at both public and private institutions, faculty experienced salary decreases in constant dollars, with losses being greater at public institutions.

  2. Sociology Holds the Line as Faculty Salaries Feel the Pinch in the Economic Downturn

    Using data from the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources, this data brief finds that sociology faculty salaries grew during the 1980s and 1990s, with some variation by rank and by type of institution of higher education.

  3. Diverging Pathways: Disciplinary Differences in Full-Time Faculty Salaries

    There are several sources for the growing differentiation found in full-time faculty salaries, and one significant source is differences in salary by discipline. This presentation outline covers some of the issues resulting from disciplinary differences in faculty salaries and highlights the consequences for faculty members and their institutions. It also suggests avenues for working toward solutions. Presentation to the Conference on Collective Bargaining in Higher Education, Hunter College of the City University of New York, April 20, 2015.

  4. The Need to Know: Faculty Salaries in Sociology and Other Disciplines, 2015

    Using data from multiple sources, this research brief reports faculty salaries in sociology, related social sciences, and other disciplines for comparative purposes. Findings include a need for more data about faculty employed in contingent positions.

  5. Faculty Salaries in Sociology and Other Disciplines, 2016 Update

    This research brief reports faculty salaries in sociology, related social sciences, and other disciplines for comparative purposes, with the most recent data including academic year 2015-16. Where appropriate, salary data are reported in current and constant dollars.

  6. Average Salary for Full-Time Sociology Faculty Members in Large Public Universities, by Rank

    Data Trend: Average Salary for Full-Time Sociology Faculty Members in Large Public Universities, by Rank, 1982-83 to 2015-16

  7. Average Salary for Full-Time Sociology Faculty Members in Large Public Universities, by Rank (Constant Dollars)

    Note: Constant dollars calculated using December CPI-U (Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers) of each academic year (e.g., 1982 for AY 1982-83).

  8. Average Salary of Four-Year College and University Faculty Members, Public Sector as a Percent of Private Sector, by Discipline

    Data Trend: Average Salary of Four-Year College and University Faculty Members, Public Sector as a Percent of Private Sector, by Discipline, 2012-13 to 2016-17

  9. Average Salary for Full-Time Sociology Faculty Members in Four-Year Colleges and Universities, by Rank (Constant Dollars)

    Note: Data for 2012-13 do not include full-time non-tenure-track faculty members; data for new assistant professors for 2013-14 onward also do not include full-time non-tenure-track faculty members.

  10. Average Salary for New Assistant Professors in Four-Year Colleges and Universities, by Discipline (Constant Dollars)

    Data Trend: Average Salary for New Assistant Professors in Four-Year Colleges and Universities, by Discipline, 2002-03 to 2018-19 (Constant 2018 Dollars)