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The Annual Report on the Economic Stateus of the Profession, 2012-13

In this year’s report we cover three main issues—all perennial problems, but with new analysis based on the latest data—in addition to summarizing the current results from the annual AAUP survey of full-time faculty compensation. We provide new data to document the most significant trend in academic labor of this era, the unabated growth of contingent employment. Our analysis enumerates the overall trend in employment status, examines pay for part-time faculty members, and presents an entirely new dataset on the compensation and working conditions of full-time non-tenure-track faculty members. The following section examines the sharp drop in state funding for higher education, with figures for all fifty states. And finally, we take another look at the (still) growing pay differentials between the public and the private sectors. How much less are you earning if you teach at a public college or university? Quite a bit, unfortunately.

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April 9, 2013

2012-13 AAUP Annual Report on the Status of the Profession

The Annual Report on the Economic Stateus of the Profession, 2012-13 In this year’s report we cover three main issues—all perennial problems, but with new analysis […]
April 6, 2013

MI Has 7th Worst Wage Gap For Women

Women in only six other states are paid less than Michigan women, according to a new study by the National Women’s Law Center (NWLC). On average, […]
April 4, 2013

ACLU Lawsuit on RTW to go Forward

Gongwers News Service: The Capitol Record MASON – Ingham Circuit Court Judge William Collette on Wednesday denied the state’s request to dismiss a case that aims […]
April 4, 2013

Academe Blog Post: “RTW, By The Numbers”, M. Kich

Professor Marty Kich, Wright State Univerisity, is posting a series on “Right to Work, By The Numbers” in the Academe Blog. The series will compare pro-labor […]