#168263941 / gettyimages.com Recently the Chronicle of Higher Ed posted a chart of the salaries of “non-exempt staff in higher education,” data courtesy of the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources. Why? My answer to many of the questions concerning employees in higher ed, whether athletes or faculty: there’s power in a union.
Another shocking, just shocking development that none of us had ever expected: as indicated in the AAUP’s annual report on salaries in higher education, coaches’ and administrators’ salaries have been grower faster than that of faculty. The NY Times and Slate noted the former, but did not report the latter. Here’s the also entirely predictable reaction… More News Flash #384,729: Coaches’, administrators’ salaries growing faster than faculty’s
The AAUP’s annual salary report out (and, sadly, it is aptly titled, Losing Focus) . I’ll be going through some of the particulars in upcoming posts. In the meantime, if you want to see how you’re doing, you can check out the interactive, by institution salary survey at the Chronicle.