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Professional Salaries Up 2.1%
Median base pay increased at same rate at public and private institutions in 2013-14, survey finds.
Median base pay for professionals in higher education (a broad range of non-executive administrative positions) increased by 2.1 percent in 2013-14, according to a survey released today by the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources.
That increase, up from last year's gain of 2 percent, outpaces the 1.5 percent rate of inflation during the same period. The rate of increase in 2013-14 was the same for professionals at public and private institutions, ending several years in which private gains outpaced public gains.
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