Faculty Salaries 75th Percentile

The table below shows the faculty salaries 75th percentile for 07-08 using AAUP and IPEDS data as benchmarks. The DMG method was used to calculate the percentiles for all the states considered, except Massachusetts that used the actual average.

As of March 2009, full-time faculty salaries in Massachusetts are $4,587 below the national 75th percentile. In order to bridge this gap, Massachusetts’s faculty salaries should increase by 7.27%. It should also be noted that when compared with the average 75th percentile of public-2 year full-time faculty salaries across the nation, the average salaries for full-time faculty members in Massachusetts’ community college system have been gaining ground since 2005.

 

 

75th Percentiles

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AAUP

IPEDS

IPEDS

IPEDS

IPEDS

IPEDS

IPES

IPES

 

97-98

97-98

01-02

02-03

03-04

04-05

05-06

07-08

Texas

40,000

40,150

51,175

48,125

48,479

50,612

51,784

54,724

Florida

41,600

46,350

52,600

54,300

54,300

53,844

56,923

61,693

Washington

42,000

42,000

46,000

50,500

50,970

50,458

49,398

54,251

Ohio

48,300

48,150

53,925

57,025

58,404

61,723

63,887

68,765

Pennsylvania

51,300

50,200

54,300

55,175

56,673

57,405

57,007

57,880

New York

56,500

57,825

52,125

63,300

63,938

66,533

64,725

79,671

Illinois

57,100

57,850

60,900

61,250

64,520

67,314

69,125

72,747

New Jersey

57,700

57,450

59,225

60,650

62,441

63,425

65,171

70,108

Michigan

63,100

64,200

54,175

64,200

72,587

70,182

74,270

74,105

California

63,700

62,950

76,800

69,925

77,989

75,026

76,906

82,450

Average 75th percentile

52,130

52,713

56,123

58,445

61,030

61,652

62,920

67,639

Massachusetts Average

42,211

42,311

57,064

56,222

55,679

52,623

55,266

63,052