Table 20

2012-2013: Salaries for Full-time Faculty in U.S. Master's Departments of Psychology by Type of Department and Years Since Doctorate

 

 

Median

10%

25%

75%

90%

Mean

SD

N

Psychology

35 years or more

83,610

56,000

67,851

97,341

103,885

81,332

18,057

72

30-34 years

85,317

59,504

76,493

109,281

156,248

95,065

33,825

16

25-29 years

85,284

67,400

77,334

90,754

124,410

88,710

19,372

21

20-24 years

78,241

58,500

65,907

89,553

105,446

78,775

15,580

29

17-19 years

69,857

47,960

61,542

81,955

92,211

69,533

15,261

25

14-16 years

68,486

50,400

60,408

74,592

80,503

67,035

11,334

23

11-13 years

69,170

51,542

63,915

77,238

84,664

69,102

11,346

31

8-10 years

63,998

51,584

59,786

67,590

76,220

63,702

9,055

46

6-7 years

58,818

53,585

56,737

62,245

70,698

60,183

5,338

13

4-5 years

59,000

46,700

53,364

64,260

72,369

59,024

8,137

13

2-3 years

53,730

46,727

51,014

60,250

64,405

54,863

6,518

17

0-1 year

52,036

39,600

47,234

57,250

66,503

52,790

8,491

17

All years

68,300

52,430

58,818

82,867

97,153

72,002

18,894

323

Educational/ Counseling/ School

Insufficient Ns

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other departments

Insufficient Ns

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

Note: Included in this table are faculty who hold the doctoral degree, and who are in departments that award the master’s degree. “Educational/Counseling/School” includes departments of educational psychology, counseling psychology, school psychology and similar types of units. 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.