ALA-APA Salary Survey: Librarian - Academic (2009) - PDF download

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2009
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  • About the Authors

New downloadable version just for public libraries! Useful for librarians seeking employment in public libraries, and for library directors hiring staff, this report summarizes salaries paid as of February 1, 2009, to librarians 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 thousands of ALA MLS librarians by region and state for community college, four-year college and university libraries.
 

Jenifer Grady

Jenifer Grady is the Director of the American Library Association-Allied Professional Association.

Denise M. Davis

Denise M. Davis is the Director of the American Library Association Office for Research and Statistics.

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