Table 16

2012-2013: Salaries for Full-time Faculty in U.S. Master’s Departments of Psychology by Rank and Years in Rank

 

 

Median

10%

25%

75%

90%

Mean

SD

N

Full professor

24 or more years

100,151

70,865

86,975

124,327

134,612

104,020

21,338

15

18-23 years

86,241

69,655

79,097

99,947

149,573

93,707

29,286

14

12-17 years

80,018

69,189

72,184

88,599

98,849

81,724

12,438

16

6-11 years

81,060

63,786

68,923

98,292

115,857

84,997

20,351

25

3-5 years

74,808

61,360

69,214

89,178

97,489

77,679

13,645

20

Less than 3

74,592

59,300

68,472

85,253

90,126

78,760

21,308

23

All years

81,060

66,026

71,378

91,990

112,158

85,573

21,527

113

Associate professor

11 or more years

75,227

58,447

65,968

85,147

94,918

75,981

13,010

17

6-10 years

66,458

58,691

62,794

71,677

82,532

67,216

10,962

20

3-5 years

63,915

51,382

58,984

67,857

77,840

64,288

9,293

33

Less than 3

63,998

54,349

59,861

68,270

76,547

64,496

7,827

32

All years

65,245

54,304

61,000

71,659

82,583

66,876

10,656

102

Assistant professor

3 or more years

57,000

46,932

52,048

61,045

72,016

57,576

8,598

47

Less than 3

54,115

47,447

50,377

60,000

67,152

55,865

7,469

38

All years

55,620

47,300

52,001

60,767

69,899

56,811

8,111

85

Lecturer/Instructor

3 or more years

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

Less than 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

All years

50,500

 

 

 

 

 

 

7

Source: 2012-2013 Faculty Salary Survey, APA Center for Workforce Studies and Council of Graduate Departments of Psychology.

Note: Included in this table are only those faculty who are full time, who hold the doctoral degree and who are in departments that award the master’s degree (e.g., psychology departments and counseling psychology departments). All salaries are nine-10-month salaries. No statistics are provided where the N of faculty is less than five; only the median is provided where the N of faculty is between five-10.