Table 25

2012-2013: Salaries for Full-time Faculty in Canadian Doctoral Departments of Psychology by Years Since Doctorate

 

Median

10%

25%

75%

90%

Mean

SD

N

35 years or more

143,342

117,558

132,985

168,608

226,018

154,233

32,947

20

30-34 years

142,647

105,244

117,510

155,268

173,357

138,837

22,791

13

25-29 years

122,831

89,898

113,794

143,390

165,556

128,893

22,735

19

20-24 years

123,572

92,158

110,530

146,552

153,099

125,022

20,994

20

17-19 years

116,434

92,728

105,063

129,121

154,722

119,368

22,015

17

14-16 years

119,740

98,141

105,147

145,988

153,894

125,013

23,959

18

11-13 years

110,940

96,030

100,634

126,376

157,508

117,126

22,876

20

8-10 years

97,249

81,202

87,711

108,449

117,564

97,818

13,186

23

6-7 years

99,539

 

 

 

 

 

 

8

4-5 years

84,180

76,600

77,470

87,513

94,546

83,956

6,161

13

2-3 years

85,344

 

 

 

 

 

 

6

0-1 year

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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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 of psychology that award the doctoral degree (e.g., psychology departments and educational psychology departments). All salaries are 11-12-month salaries and are reported in Canadian dollars. No statistics are reported where the N of faculty is less than five; only the median is provided where the N of faculty is between five-10.