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1 Corrections to the Annual Report on the Economic Status of the Profession The tables that follow are corrected versions of tables that originally appeared in the March April 2018 issue of Academe. Corrections and additions to the appendices are available online at /annual-report-economic-status-profession SURVEY REPORT TABLE 1 Average Salary and Average Compensation, by Category, Affiliation, and, (Dollars) SALARY COMPENSATION Professor 151, , , , , , , ,484 Associate 99,129 94, , , , , , ,499 Assistant 86,331 82, ,219 89, , , , ,699 Instructor 64,719 61,837 75,317 62,454 86,660 83,374 98,741 84,004 Lecturer 61,201 55,871 77,942 72,599 82,179 76, ,062 93,054 No Rank 79,606 66,816 98,044 88, ,016 86, , ,158 96,519 90, , , , , , ,206 Professor 102,179 99, , , , , , ,247 Associate 81,111 80,379 86,957 79, , , , ,048 Assistant 70,296 69,861 74,905 68,830 93,588 94,488 96,832 89,564 Instructor 57,947 56,514 70,979 58,809 79,806 78,526 94,492 77,694 Lecturer 54,245 51,244 62,043 57,940 72,201 69,191 80,603 76,069 No Rank 60,611 58,268 73,254 58,406 83,967 81,335 96,003 79,523 76,989 75,909 84,675 75, , , , ,544 Professor 104,168 95, ,760 86, , , , ,110 Associate 79,732 78,597 89,522 69, , , ,531 91,845 Assistant 66,620 66,624 73,783 60,111 88,107 90,602 97,988 77,305 Instructor 62,207 59,416 73,644 47,867 85,546 83,660 98,891 61,745 Lecturer 55,855 52,959 62,287 52,367 74,216 72,744 82,455 67,754 No Rank 75,640 94,040 69,797 59,892 96, ,507 90,534 76,260 75,476 72,726 86,052 65, , , ,859 92,117 Professor 88,168 88,168 n.d. n.d. 117, ,118 n.d. n.d. Associate 71,464 71,464 n.d. n.d. 97,319 97,319 n.d. n.d. Assistant 61,614 61,614 n.d. n.d. 87,069 87,069 n.d. n.d. Instructor 62,305 62,305 n.d. n.d. 91,689 91,689 n.d. n.d. Lecturer 51,722 51,722 n.d. n.d. 69,372 69,372 n.d. n.d. No Rank n.d. n.d. n.d. n.d. n.d. n.d. n.d. n.d. 68,015 68,015 n.d. n.d. 95,999 95,999 n.d. n.d. No Rank 75,533 75,888 n.d. n.d. 101, ,890 n.d. n.d. Professor 133, , , , , , , ,558 Associate 91,121 89, ,873 84, , , , ,396 Assistant 78,659 77,427 89,800 71, , , ,498 92,785 Instructor 62,709 60,200 74,626 59,382 84,896 82,203 98,213 79,116 Lecturer 58,262 54,246 71,678 61,138 78,060 74,106 92,771 79,621 No Rank 75,074 64,895 92,005 81, ,353 86, , ,385 88,424 85, ,517 82, , , , ,842 Note: The table is based on 1,025 reporting institutions for salary and 979 for compensation. For definitions of categories, see Explanation of Statistical Data on page 29 of the March April 2018 issue. N.d. = no dat There were too few private-independent and religiously affiliated institutions in categories III and IV to generate valid separate statistics. These institutions are included in the column, however. Data are weighted by the number of faculty per institution. Prior to , weighted averages were used in the national tables of average salary and compensation. Unweighted averages were used in and in the original tables for These final tables for use weighted averages. 16 MARCH APRIL 2018 ACADEME 2018 American Association of University Professors 2018 BULLETIN 59

2 SURVEY REPORT TABLE 3 Average Salary for Men and Women Faculty, by Category, Affiliation, and, (Dollars) MEN WOMEN Professor 155, , , , , , , ,884 Associate 102,047 97, , ,108 95,279 91, , ,122 Assistant 90,624 86, ,454 94,572 81,775 78,587 96,168 85,022 Instructor 68,920 65,525 80,769 65,750 61,332 58,928 70,536 59,930 Lecturer 64,566 58,399 82,630 75,311 58,695 54,084 73,800 70,416 No Rank 85,710 72, ,280 93,077 74,121 62,303 93,776 82, , , , ,837 92,871 87, ,472 99,656 Professor 104, , , ,702 98,914 96, ,331 96,496 Associate 82,501 81,529 88,700 81,184 79,611 79,105 85,175 77,373 Assistant 71,711 71,338 76,369 70,070 69,131 68,590 73,752 67,896 Instructor 59,449 57,662 74,975 60,371 56,785 55,625 67,548 57,741 Lecturer 55,282 51,646 64,901 58,782 53,470 50,793 59,768 57,425 No Rank 62,794 60,841 75,729 58,529 58,837 56,116 71,367 58,315 83,806 81,586 94,097 83,985 75,565 73,965 84,396 74,793 Professor 105,566 96, ,095 87, ,874 92, ,105 85,059 Associate 80,686 80,038 90,534 70,749 78,684 76,904 88,455 68,894 Assistant 67,859 68,835 74,875 60,804 65,577 64,570 72,895 59,547 Instructor 63,572 61,648 75,115 44,299 61,134 57,274 72,686 49,651 Lecturer 56,863 53,454 63,399 53,259 55,177 52,633 61,480 51,797 No Rank 83, ,129 72,953 65,859 67,685 76,063 67,186 57,786 84,505 78,162 98,791 73,368 76,709 70,603 89,147 67,210 Professor 88,646 88,646 n.d. n.d. 87,695 87,695 n.d. n.d. Associate 72,149 72,149 n.d. n.d. 70,898 70,898 n.d. n.d. Assistant 61,088 61,088 n.d. n.d. 62,039 62,039 n.d. n.d. Instructor 63,401 63,401 n.d. n.d. 61,436 61,436 n.d. n.d. Lecturer 51,648 51,648 n.d. n.d. 51,781 51,781 n.d. n.d. No Rank 45,556 45,556 n.d. n.d. 46,917 46,917 n.d. n.d. 71,235 71,235 n.d. n.d. 69,818 69,818 n.d. n.d. No Rank 74,977 n.d. n.d. n.d. 76,043 n.d. n.d. n.d. Professor 139, , , , , , , ,614 Associate 93,869 92, ,340 87,168 87,815 86,239 98,673 82,289 Assistant 82,257 80,779 94,734 74,354 75,237 74,150 84,963 69,888 Instructor 66,046 63,041 79,691 61,654 60,052 57,960 70,274 57,794 Lecturer 60,737 56,046 75,659 63,160 56,482 52,965 68,364 59,777 No Rank 79,402 71,754 96,507 86,178 71,396 65,354 87,711 75, ,834 99, ,487 94,175 85,179 81, ,564 80,000 Note: The table is based on 1,025 reporting institutions. For definitions of categories, see Explanation of Statistical Data on page 29 of the March April 2018 issue. N.d. = no dat There were too few private-independent and religiously affiliated institutions in categories III and IV to generate valid separate statistics. These institutions are included in the column, however BULLETIN

3 SURVEY REPORT TABLE 4 Average Salary, by Region, Category, and, (Dollars) New England a Northeast North Central South West Middle Atlantic b East North Central c West North Central d East South Central e West South Central f South Atlantic g Mountain h Pacific i Professor 186, , , , , , , , ,246 Associate 115, ,337 96,085 89,821 88,732 92,889 97,776 92, ,321 Assistant 99,960 92,654 85,901 79,886 75,210 83,183 84,884 79,278 95,254 Instructor 80,174 68,261 59,401 60,896 53,050 60,357 60,626 59,959 80,388 Lecturer 83,408 67,723 60,066 57,570 52,403 49,568 63,085 56,217 59,131 No Rank 61, ,191 61,736 51,079 65,831 68,830 83,685 58,270 81, , ,184 94,104 88,155 82,247 89,182 94,889 85, ,128 Professor 117, ,057 89,138 88,247 88,145 97,099 96,305 93, ,835 Associate 89,675 87,230 73,685 74,306 70,601 77,024 76,605 77,809 90,316 Assistant 77,101 72,996 65,856 62,512 62,528 67,062 67,322 65,594 79,863 Instructor 71,887 63,527 50,935 48,655 47,233 51,142 50,807 53,880 63,233 Lecturer 67,977 57,317 53,383 49,017 50,671 51,614 55,151 49,468 59,233 No Rank 77,720 67,348 51,266 50,599 52,792 56,023 57,341 52,834 80,495 89,536 81,701 68,706 68,000 65,993 70,530 71,043 70,052 89,600 Professor 123, ,929 90,360 90,361 90,349 74,389 92,488 95, ,322 Associate 89,010 88,219 72,685 71,167 70,714 62,927 71,830 78,779 95,154 Assistant 73,215 73,331 61,930 60,268 59,114 55,470 62,061 63,471 77,551 Instructor 75,100 64,166 48,642 55,514 49,525 39,119 53,005 45,000 65,033 Lecturer 61,370 61,733 51,123 55,815 50,381 44,184 50,852 47,292 66,109 No Rank 68,139 72,478 42,025 63,793 81,750 n.d. 115,130 61,436 64,199 84,343 83,045 67,892 69,370 68,089 58,809 68,529 69,605 91,846 Professor 74, ,542 80,731 71,807 67,592 89,393 91,941 76,243 NA Associate 58,634 82,780 64,617 59,542 58,159 67,641 74,468 63,532 71,317 Assistant 51,488 71,713 53,427 55,935 48,850 55,441 65,564 53,397 61,482 Instructor n.d. 68,280 53,004 43,474 n.d. n.d. n.d. 42,953 75,358 Lecturer 50,625 51,422 46,965 53,066 44,405 45,431 55,701 57,867 n.d. No Rank n.d. n.d. n.d. n.d. n.d. n.d. n.d. 46,101 n.d. 58,071 76,257 60,489 59,587 54,752 68,962 72,679 62,335 69,386 No Rank n.d. n.d. n.d. 59,322 54,251 55,038 51,579 53,512 94,216 Professor 159, , , , , , , , ,957 Associate 102,601 96,735 86,826 82,481 82,172 87,610 89,125 88, ,664 Assistant 87,625 81,597 76,423 71,453 70,659 77,597 76,985 75,504 87,296 Instructor 77,976 66,666 56,982 59,264 51,014 59,128 57,422 59,174 70,366 Lecturer 77,750 62,214 56,879 52,942 51,710 50,088 59,231 54,990 59,589 No Rank 68,216 94,800 56,823 51,446 54,388 67,630 80,973 56,256 80, ,643 93,625 84,496 79,354 76,849 83,730 85,849 81, ,048 Note: The table is based on 1,025 reporting institutions. For definitions of categories, see Explanation of Statistical Data on page 29 of the March April 2018 issue. N.d. = no dat Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. b. New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvani c. Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin. d. Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakot e. Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Tennessee. f. Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas. g. Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Virgin Islands, Virginia, and West Virgini h. Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming. i. Alaska, California, Guam, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington BULLETIN 61

4 SURVEY REPORT TABLE 5 Average Compensation, by Region, Category, and, (Dollars) New England a Northeast North Central South West Middle Atlantic b East North Central c West North Central d East South Central e West South Central f South Atlantic g Mountain h Pacific i Professor 234, , , , , , , , ,330 Associate 152, , , , , , , , ,468 Assistant 129, , , ,635 96, , , , ,662 Instructor 105,320 92,186 80,692 81,014 69,058 78,443 80,010 80, ,340 Lecturer 106,780 92,108 80,993 75,834 68,741 66,922 84,565 74,705 84,851 No Rank 84, ,833 83,510 67,506 84,218 87, ,017 74, , , , , , , , , , ,644 Professor 155, , , , , , , , ,296 Associate 120, ,128 97,633 97,075 90,610 99, , , ,680 Assistant 103,293 96,738 88,093 81,111 80,229 86,192 89,622 90, ,560 Instructor 94,156 90,170 71,017 70,345 62,316 64,815 68,586 79,055 87,951 Lecturer 88,931 74,203 73,028 64,699 67,687 68,360 74,140 69,162 81,566 No Rank 101,028 91,741 71,069 63,760 68,899 69,213 77,604 70, , , ,475 95,752 92,572 87,982 93,841 99,450 96, ,262 Professor 162, , , , ,818 95, , , ,338 Associate 119, ,534 97,054 93,589 91,644 82,701 93, , ,928 Assistant 98,096 98,720 81,702 78,201 73,730 71,053 80,420 84, ,883 Instructor 100,792 91,014 68,209 71,696 57,361 53,237 69,175 67,457 87,949 Lecturer 78,469 84,714 66,847 72,727 62,480 56,251 67,233 65,556 86,654 No Rank 88,046 95,578 58,804 66, ,075 n.d. 137,739 79,197 82, , ,597 97,218 94,806 90,409 80,505 94,465 99, ,818 Professor 103, , ,543 97,108 95, , , ,646 n.d. Associate 84, ,606 88,357 84,485 83,247 84,476 93,189 93, ,516 Assistant 74, ,577 73,241 80,085 69,761 70,617 85,166 81,645 91,681 Instructor n.d. 101,370 76,178 n.d. n.d. n.d. n.d. 68, ,557 Lecturer 66,824 77,374 59,339 74,540 63,597 60,778 70,592 79,539 n.d. No Rank n.d. n.d. n.d. n.d. n.d. n.d. n.d. 70,456 n.d. 88, ,959 82,210 84,356 76,314 92,270 94,761 87,855 98,456 No Rank n.d. n.d. n.d. 86,277 74,934 72,533 63,787 74, ,080 Professor 203, , , , , , , , ,723 Associate 136, , , , , , , , ,369 Assistant 115, , ,091 93,348 90,589 99, ,884 99, ,725 Instructor 102,731 92,339 78,082 80,218 66,650 76,644 76,482 80,644 98,542 Lecturer 99,970 84,153 76,442 69,879 68,117 66,939 79,209 73,574 84,288 No Rank 90, ,199 79,763 67,028 70,777 85, ,711 73, , , , , , , , , , ,819 Note: The table is based on 979 reporting institutions. For definitions of categories, see Explanation of Statistical Data on page 29 of the March April 2018 issue. N.d. = no data or too few institutions for statistically reliable results. Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. b. New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvani c. Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin. d. Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakot e. Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Tennessee. f. Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas. g. Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Virgin Islands, Virginia, and West Virgini h. Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming. i. Alaska, California, Guam, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington BULLETIN

5 SURVEY REPORT TABLE 6 Percentile Distribution of Institutions, by Average Salary and, (Dollars) Rating a 1 * Percentile Professor 204, , , , , , , , , ,468 Associate 133, , , , ,498 97,443 93,538 88,782 84,367 79,979 Assistant 115, ,560 99,948 92,726 88,684 85,434 80,870 77,362 74,480 70,816 Instructor 95,679 85,761 73,004 68,772 64,948 61,695 56,720 54,032 50,680 46, , , , ,223 95,469 92,716 88,596 83,334 79,166 72,791 Professor 133, , , ,607 99,698 94,907 88,968 83,987 79,052 71,253 Associate 100,408 97,416 89,969 84,345 79,329 75,844 72,771 69,286 65,859 61,598 Assistant 86,429 83,221 76,997 72,678 69,148 66,390 63,916 61,841 58,548 55,074 Instructor 74,728 71,056 63,051 59,933 56,992 54,197 52,299 50,504 48,071 44,191 98,904 93,964 84,324 79,944 74,936 71,285 68,277 64,958 61,946 58,148 Professor 144, , ,700 98,600 91,462 87,467 81,258 77,081 70,181 64,119 Associate 104,634 98,753 86,910 79,276 74,111 71,142 66,664 63,540 58,852 55,458 Assistant 85,114 82,206 72,378 68,231 63,834 61,281 59,031 55,520 52,345 49,778 Instructor 70,513 65,912 61,128 57,246 53,959 52,128 49,690 47,291 45,212 41,254 99,189 92,105 81,968 75,105 69,412 66,406 63,312 60,057 56,331 54,021 Professor 115, , ,622 94,455 91,315 85,055 78,493 74,940 69,666 61,608 Associate 93,220 90,245 78,480 75,763 73,739 70,032 66,513 62,148 58,444 56,622 Assistant 78,852 76,801 67,289 63,064 61,847 59,781 56,764 55,007 52,029 48,850 Instructor 67,165 63,237 57,336 55,732 51,492 49,251 47,954 46,191 45,266 43,121 87,032 83,531 76,611 74,884 70,445 68,267 62,652 60,038 54,764 52,557 No Rank 95,142 95,142 89,363 65,774 59,338 59,180 56,946 54,013 51,579 44,935 Note: The table is based on 1,025 reporting institutions. For definitions of categories, see Explanation of Statistical Data on page 29 of the March April 2018 issue. Calculated using R quantile function (type=3) nearest even order statistic. Interpretation of the Ratings: 1* = 95th Percentile; 1 = 80th; 2 = 60th; 3 = 40th; 4 = 20th. An average lower than the 20th percentile is rated BULLETIN 63

6 SURVEY REPORT TABLE 7 Percentile Distribution of Institutions, by Average Compensation and, (Dollars) Rating a 1 * Percentile Professor 260, , , , , , , , , ,895 Associate 172, , , , , , , , , ,359 Assistant 147, , , , , , ,461 99,549 95,660 87,638 Instructor 126, ,288 94,651 89,542 85,105 80,417 76,218 71,234 67,033 61, , , , , , , , , ,960 95,659 Professor 174, , , , , , , , ,342 91,660 Associate 136, , , , ,517 99,600 95,206 91,134 86,470 80,233 Assistant 119, , ,153 95,519 91,550 87,275 84,228 80,817 76,772 71,563 Instructor 107,868 97,000 84,833 79,817 74,452 70,145 67,407 64,874 61,577 57, , , , , ,569 97,832 92,985 88,567 83,834 79,060 Professor 189, , , , , , ,935 99,827 92,456 81,350 Associate 138, , , ,471 99,282 94,038 90,016 83,353 77,672 70,840 Assistant 116, ,030 95,767 89,108 84,663 80,179 76,584 72,829 67,870 63,487 Instructor 93,150 87,505 81,471 76,687 70,761 68,614 64,876 59,967 56,202 52, , , , ,735 97,163 91,986 88,207 82,678 77,418 69,439 Professor 151, , , , , , , ,615 95,598 86,054 Associate 128, , , ,847 98,399 96,323 89,549 87,204 83,247 78,476 Assistant 113, ,772 94,108 89,657 87,549 84,588 80,086 77,241 74,059 70,543 Instructor 103,496 97,282 84,337 77,240 74,965 69,911 66,727 63,597 61,062 58, , , , ,417 98,078 91,851 88,654 85,837 81,077 72,649 No Rank 122, , ,244 89,795 85,461 83,983 79,620 69,128 68,171 63,787 Note: The table is based on 979 reporting institutions. N.D. = too few institutions reporting benefits for statistically reliable results. For definitions of categories, see Explanation of Statistical Data on page 29 of the March April 2018 issue. Calculated using R quantile function (type=3) nearest even order statistic. Interpretation of the Ratings: 1* = 95th Percentile; 1 = 80th; 2 = 60th; 3 = 40th; 4 = 20th. An average lower than the 20th percentile is rated 5. SURVEY REPORT TABLE 17 Number of Institutions Included in Tabulations, by Category and Affiliation, Number in Tabulations Category I (Doctoral) Category IIA (Master s) Category IIB (Baccalaureate) Category III (Associate s with Ranks) Category IV (Associate s without Ranks) , Note: The number of individual institutions included in the appendices may differ from that shown in the tabulations. For definitions of categories, see Explanation of Statistical Data on page 29 of the March April 2018 issue BULLETIN

3+ 3+ N = 155, 442 3+ R 2 =.32 < < < 3+ N = 149, 685 3+ R 2 =.27 < < < 3+ N = 99, 752 3+ R 2 =.4 < < < 3+ N = 98, 887 3+ R 2 =.6 < < < 3+ N = 52, 624 3+ R 2 =.28 < < < 3+ N = 36, 281 3+ R 2 =.5 < < < 7+

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