27 avril 2015

Modest Gains in Faculty Pay

HomeBy Colleen Flaherty. First, the good news: Full-time faculty member salaries grew somewhat meaningfully year over year -- 1.4 percent, adjusted for inflation, according to the American Association of University Professors’ Annual Report on the Economic Status of the Profession, out today. Not adjusted for inflation, that’s about 2.2 percent across ranks and institution types, and 3.6 percent for continuing faculty members in particular. Those numbers are almost identical to last year, when pay bumps outpaced the rate of inflation for the first time since the Great Recession, suggesting that professor salaries have started to recover. Read more...

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Faculty Salaries Are Up Slightly but Still Recovering From the Recession's Effects

By Peter Schmidt. Faculty salaries rose faster than inflation last year but failed to regain all of the ground lost after the most recent recession, according to an annual report on faculty pay released this week by the American Association of University Professors. More...

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10 avril 2015

Salaire. Zoom sur les écarts salariaux européens

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Selon Eurostat, les écarts de salaires entre pays européens restent considérables : le coût horaire de travail, charges comprises s'éleve à 3,80e en Bulgarie contre 40,30€ au Danemark, pour une moyenne européenne de 24,60. Les différences restent toujours importants même en ne retenant que les 19 pays de la zone euro : coût horaire moyen, charges comprises de 6,50€ en Lituanie contre 40,30€ au Danemark
Outre les différences salariales, l'étude révèle d'importants écarts concernant les charges qui se chiffrent, en moyenne à 26,1 % dans la zone euro mais ne sont que de 6,9 % à Malte et de 33,1 % en France. Voir l'article...

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07 avril 2015

Portage salarial

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Rapport au Président de la République relatif à l'ordonnance n° 2015-380 du 2 avril 2015 relative au portage salarial

Ordonnance n° 2015-380 du 2 avril 2015 relative au portage salarial

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06 avril 2015

Median base salaries for higher ed professionals increased 2.2 percent

University Business LogoBy Stefanie Botelho. The College and University Professional Association for Human Resources (CUPA-HR) recently released findings from its 2014-15 Professionals in Higher Education Salary Survey. The overall median base salary increase in 2014 for individuals in professional positions in higher ed (those with primary assignments and responsibilities requiring professional-level expertise and work in specific functional areas) was 2.2 percent. More...

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$135,000 for Commencement Speech?

HomeBy Jake New. After first trying to keep the deal a secret, the University of Houston admitted this week that it is paying Matthew McConaughey $135,000 -- plus travel and a fee to a booking agent -- to speak at its May commencement. Read more...

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Professional Salaries Up 2.2%

HomeBy Scott Jaschik. Professional positions in higher education administration saw an overall median base salary increase of 2.2 percent in 2014, according to a report issued today by the College and University Professional Association of Human Resources. Read more...

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05 avril 2015

Median Salaries of Higher-Education Professionals, 2014-15

The median base salaries of professional staff members on college campuses rose by 2.2 percent in 2014 — a rate of salary growth that was a tenth of a percentage point higher than the previous year, according to the results of an annual survey released on Monday by the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources.
The increases for academic professionals at public colleges were slightly greater than that at private institutions, at 2.3 and 2.1 percent, respectively. The figures below reflect the salaries of more than 186,000 academic professionals at 1,104 public and private colleges nationwide. A dash indicates insufficient data. View recently released survey data on the salaries of tenured and tenure-track professors at four-year colleges, and senior college administrators. More...

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Times Higher Education pay survey 2015

By . Did rises for vice-chancellors outpace those of academic staff, and did the REF swell the salaries of star researchers? Jack Grove rings up the benefits accrued. More...

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29 mars 2015

Median Salaries of Tenured and Tenure-Track Professors at 4-Year Colleges, 2014-15

The median base salaries of tenured and tenure-track professors at four-year colleges increased by 2 percent in 2014 — a rate of salary growth that was down a tenth of a percent from the previous year, according to the results of an annual survey released on Monday by the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources. More...

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