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ERIC Number: ED332700
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1985
Pages: 4
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Salary Data for MLS Degree Recipients, 1984. Research Bulletin No. 1, Spring 1985; No. 2, Spring 1986; No. 7, Spring 1989.
Southern Connecticut State Univ., New Haven.
Every year, the School of Library Science and Instructional Technology at Southern Connecticut State University conducts a placement and salary survey of its graduates. The data collected become part of a national survey, and are also published by the school in a research bulletin to provide summaries of the research to the professional community. Three research bulletins reporting the salary data for MLS recipients (1984, 1985, and 1988) are compiled in this collection. The data show that, of the 32 graduates who responded to the survey in 1984 (from a total of 77 surveyed), 11 were employed in public libraries, 8 in school libraries, 7 in academic libraries, and 6 in special libraries; salaries ranged from a low of $12,500 (public library) to a high of $24,444 (school library). Of the 27 graduates who responded to the survey in 1985 (from a total of 67), 8 were employed in public libraries, 13 in school libraries, 3 in academic libraries, and 3 in special libraries; salaries ranged from a low of $14,000 (public library) to a high of $38,076 (school library). Of the 41 graduates who responded to the survey in 1988 (from a total of 79), 15 were employed in public libraries, 12 in school libraries, 9 in academic libraries, and 4 in special libraries; salaries ranged from a low of $16,000 (special library) to a high of $38,054 (school library). (SD)
Publication Type: Numerical/Quantitative Data; Reports - Descriptive
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Audience: Practitioners
Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Southern Connecticut State Univ., New Haven.
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