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ALA-APA Salary Survey 2012: Librarian -- Public and Academic
Item Number: 978-0-8389-8616-5
Publisher: ALA-APA
Price: $90.00
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86 pages
8.5" x 11"
ISBN-13: 978-0-8389-8616-5
Year Published: 2012

Useful for academic and public library directors and human resources staff for hiring and promotions, and librarians seeking employment, this report summarizes salaries paid as of March 15, 2012, to staff in six position categories: directors/deans, associate/assistant directors, department heads, managers of support staff, librarians who do not supervise and beginning librarians.

The survey shows aggregated data from more than 11,320 ALA MLS librarians from 618 libraries by region and state. Data is shown for public libraries serving populations under 10,000 to more than 500,000; and for academic libraries at community colleges, four-year colleges and university libraries, including Association of Research Libraries.

If your library was a participant in the ALA-APA 2012 Salary Survey, you are eligible for a 25% discount on your order. Please quote code offer APA12 when ordering. This offer applies to orders placed via phone, fax, or mail only and cannot be used to order this title through the ALA Online Store. This special discount does not include taxes or shipping costs, and cannot be combined with any other member or special discounts. Offer expires December 31, 2012.
About the Authoring Organizations

The ALA-Allied Professional Association (ALA-APA) is a nonprofit organization chartered in the State of Illinois and established “to promote the mutual professional interests of librarians and other library workers.”

The mission of the Office for Research and Statistics (ORS) is to provide leadership and expert advice to ALA staff, members, and public on all matters related to research and statistics about libraries, librarians, and other library stuff; represent the Association to Federal agencies on these issues; and initiate projects needed to expand the knowledge base of the field through research and the collection of useful statistics.

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