Employing salary data for all in-unit faculty (including tenured, tenure-track, and non-tenure-track visiting faculty) for spring 2008 through spring 2014 we assessed the salaries of UNF faculty relative to the College and University Professions Association (CUPA) salaries for 2012-13 (the latest available to us), employing the 2 digit codes closest to each UNF discipline, rank, and permanency status. In general, the analysis confirms that UNF faculty salaries are well below their national averages by discipline, rank, and years in rank.
We chose to perform three primary comparisons: between the spring 2014 UNF salaries and the 2012-13 CUPA salaries, between the spring 2014 UNF salaries and the 2013-2014 estimated, inflation-adjusted salaries from CUPA, and finally after adjusting for relative costs of living between Jacksonville and the nation as a whole. We also investigated salary deficiencies by rank and across the colleges. Ultimately, we chose not to compare 2012-13 UNF salaries to 2012-13 CUPA salaries because rank changes and position changes made the data acquisition difficult.
Our findings are summarized below, first with pie charts, then text.
In summary, these data suggest that even with a 6.5% average raise for 2014-15 the in-unit faculty is a long way from receiving salaries that would put our compensation on par with national norms, even adjusted for cost of living. A copy of the data spreadsheet can be acquired by emailing email@example.com.
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