Table 29

2012-2013: Determinants of Salary Raises for Faculty in U.S. Graduate Departments of Psychology

 

New England

Mid Atlantic

East North Central

West North Central

South Atlantic

East South Central

West South Central

Mountain

Pacific

%

%

%

%

%

%

%

%

%

Doctoral departments

Public

Promotion

100

88

57

47

29

33

46

42

56

Other merit increase

50

63

57

74

29

33

69

42

44

Standard adjustment

0

13

39

21

29

33

8

42

22

Union

0

38

17

5

8

0

0

0

0

Other raise

0

13

17

37

42

25

8

25

22

Private

Promotion

33

27

75

0

27

0

25

0

38

Other merit increase

50

64

75

100

60

0

50

67

25

Standard adjustment

50

45

75

100

7

0

25

0

63

Other raise

17

18

25

0

20

0

0

0

0

Master’s departments

Public

Promotion

0

0

50

0

0

0

0

50

10

Other merit increase

0

0

50

29

0

0

33

50

0

Standard adjustment

0

0

17

71

33

100

11

0

10

Union

0

100

17

29

0

0

0

100

20

Other raise

0

0

17

0

33

0

11

0

0

Private

Promotion

0

0

0

0

67

0

0

0

50

Other merit increase

0

17

0

0

67

0

100

0

50

Standard adjustment

0

17

0

0

67

100

100

0

50

Union

100

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Other raise

0

33

0

0

0

0

0

0

25

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

Note: Information on salary increases and reductions pertains to those that were effective in 2012-2013. Percentages are column percentages and may not total to 100 percent given that raises were often determined by multiple factors.