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  1. The Health of Sociology: Statistical Fact Sheets, 2007

    This factbook serves as a statistical compendium addressing subjects such as the impact of sociological journals, labor force participation for sociologists, and degrees in sociology, among other topics.

  2. Have Faculty Salaries Peaked? Sociology Wage Growth Flat in Constant Dollars

    Using data from the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources, this data brief finds that there has been little advance in sociology faculty salaries from Academic Year 1982-83 to Academic Year 2003-04, when accounting for inflation.

  3. Sociology and Other Social Science Salary Increases: Past, Present, and Future

    Using data from the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources, this research brief finds that despite a small increase in average annual salaries for sociology faculty (from the previous year) over the inflation rate, purchasing power for those faculty will remain flat unless there are major salary increases in the years ahead.

  4. Sociology Faculty Salaries, AY 2007-2008: Still not Above Inflation and not Above the Other Social Sciences

    Using data from the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources, this research brief finds that in Academic Year 2007‐08 average faculty salaries in sociology increased from the previous year, but were less than the rate of inflation.

  5. Sociology Faculty Salaries AY 2008/09: Better Than Other Social Sciences, But Not Above Inflation

    Using data from the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources, this research briefs finds that faculty salaries in four social sciences did not keep up with inflation. Although sociology faculty were the lowest paid, they experienced the smallest loss in constant dollars between Academic Years 2007‐08 and 2008‐09.

  6. Two Years of Lost Purchasing Power: 2011-2012 Faculty Salary Brief for Sociology and Other Social Science Disciplines

    Using data from the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources, this brief finds that for the two previous year, faculty salaries in the social sciences did not keep pace with inflation, and faculty members actually lost purchasing power. Losses were greatest at the full professor rank.

  7. Some Sociology Faculty Salaries Edge Up: 2012-2013 Faculty Salary Brief for Sociology and Other Social Science Disciplines

    Using data from the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources, this brief finds that average annual faculty salary changes (in sociology and three other social sciences) from Academic Year 2011-12 to 2012-13 reflected slow or no growth in salaries at public institutions, compared to private institutions.

  8. Sociology Faculty Salaries Appear to Be Better Off: 2013-2014 Faculty Salary Brief for Sociology and Other Social Science Disciplines

    Using data from the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources, this report finds that for the first time in the wake of the Great Recession, sociology faculty members’ salaries in current dollars increased more than the inflation rate. However, when transformed into constant dollars, Academic Year 2013-14 faculty salaries remained flat.

  9. Sociology Faculty See Smaller Raises but Still Outpace Inflation in AY 2009-2010: Other Social Science Disciplines not Able to Recoup Losses

    Using data from the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources, this brief finds that average annual sociology faculty salaries increased in Academic year 2009‐10 from the previous year, slightly outpacing inflation. Sociology faculty salaries were lowest of the social science disciplines studied, but sociology faculty saw the second highest increases in average annual salary, compared to the previous year.

  10. The Gap in Faculty Pay between Private and Public Institutions: Smaller in Sociology than in Other Social Sciences

    Using data from the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources, this data brief finds that private institutions almost consistently paid higher sociology faculty salaries in Academic Years 2002-03 and AY 2009-10.