Home » Featured, Member News

Academic Salary Survey by Gender

1 February 2014 No Comment
J. Lynn Palmer, ASA Director of Programs

    Table 1 summarizes salary information for full-time academic faculty in statistics departments by title (rank), years in rank, and gender based on a nine-month salary.

    Table 2 provides similar information for full-time academic faculty in biostatistics departments, but is based on a 12-month salary. These results were published in slightly more detail for years in rank, but not separated by gender in the January 2014 issue of Amstat News. The same categories are used here except for Professors in Statistics Departments, due to small numbers for females.

    Although no analyses were made, salaries appear similar between males and females who are at the same rank and years of experience. However, what is striking is the smaller number of females at the Associate Professor and Professor ranks.

    Only research universities were included in these data due to low numbers for colleges. Some percentile estimates are not included due to small numbers.

    Table 1—2013–2014 Salaries of Academic Faculty in Statistics Departments by Title, Years in Rank, and  Gender Based on 9-Month Salary

    Table 1—2013–2014 Salaries of Academic Faculty in Statistics Departments by Title, Years in Rank, and
    Gender Based on 9-Month Salary

     

    Table 2—2013–2014 Salaries of Academic Faculty in Biostatistics Departments by Type of Institution,  Title, Years in Rank, and Gender Based on 12-Month Salary

    Table 2—2013–2014 Salaries of Academic Faculty in Biostatistics Departments by Type of Institution,
    Title, Years in Rank, and Gender Based on 12-Month Salary

     

    1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (No Ratings Yet)
    Loading...

    Comments are closed.