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IPEDS Winter 2009 Compendium Tables

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Table 1 Number of staff at Title IV institutions and administrative offices, by employment status, medical school staff status, control of institution, and primary function/occupational activity: United States, fall 2009

Table 2 Number of staff at Title IV institutions and administrative offices other than medical schools, by level of institution, employment status, control of institution, and primary function/occupational activity: United States, fall 2009

Table 3 Number of professional staff at 4–year and 2–year Title IV institutions and administrative offices, by primary function/occupational activity and Carnegie classification: United States, fall 2009

Table 4 Number and percentage of full–time professional staff at Title IV degree–granting institutions and administrative offices, by control of institution, medical school staff status, level of institution, and faculty status: United States, fall 2009

Table 5 Number and percentage of instructional staff at Title IV degree–granting institutions other than medical schools, by sector of institution and employment status: United States, fall 2003, 2005, 2007, and 2009

Table 6 Number and percentage of staff at Title IV institutions and administrative offices, by control of institution, employment status, gender, and professional status: United States, fall 2009

Table 7 Number and percentage of staff and new hires at Title IV institutions and administrative offices, by employment status, gender, and primary function/occupational activity: United States, fall 2009

Table 8 Number of staff at Title IV institutions and administrative offices, by employment status, gender, control of institution, and primary function/occupational activity: United States, fall 2009

Table 9 Number of staff at Title IV 4–year institutions and administrative offices, by employment status, gender, control of institution, and primary function/occupational activity: United States, fall 2009

Table 10 Number of staff at Title IV 2–year institutions and administrative offices, by employment status, gender, control of institution, and primary function/occupational activity: United States, fall 2009

Table 11 Number of staff at Title IV less–than–2–year institutions and administrative offices, by employment status, gender, control of institution, and primary function/occupational activity: United States, fall 2009

Table 12 Number of staff at Title IV institutions and administrative offices, by race/ethnicity, gender, and primary function/occupational activity: United States, fall 2009

Table 13 Number of staff at Title IV degree–granting institutions and administrative offices, by race/ethnicity, gender, and primary function/occupational activity: United States, fall 2009

Table 15 Number and percentage of full–time staff whose primary responsibility is instruction, research, and/or public service at Title IV degree–granting institutions and administrative offices, by contract length, gender, race/ethnicity, and salary categories: United States, fall 2009

Table 16 Number of full–time staff whose primary responsibility is instruction, research, and/or public service at Title IV degree–granting institutions and administrative offices, by race/ethnicity, contract length, and gender: United States, fall 2009

Table 17 Number of full–time staff whose primary responsibility is instruction, research, and/or public service at Title IV degree–granting institutions and administrative offices, by faculty status and control and level of institution: United States, fall 2009

Table 18 Number and percentage of full–time staff whose primary responsibility is instruction, research, and/or public service at Title IV degree–granting institutions and administrative offices, by faculty status, sector of institution, gender, and race/ethnicity: United States, fall 2009

Table 19 Number of full–time staff whose primary responsibility is instruction, research, and/or public service and number and percentage of full–time staff whose primary responsibility is instruction, research, and/or public service with tenure at Title IV degree–granting institutions and administrative offices, by control and level of institution, gender, and race/ethnicity: United States, fall 2009

Table 20 Number of tenured full–time staff whose primary responsibility is instruction, research, and/or public service at Title IV degree–granting institutions and administrative offices, by race/ethnicity, academic rank, and gender: United States, fall 2009

Table 20a Number of tenured full–time staff whose primary responsibility is instruction, research, and/or public service at Title IV public degree–granting institutions and administrative offices, by race/ethnicity, academic rank, and gender: United States, fall 2009

Table 20b Number of tenured full–time staff whose primary responsibility is instruction, research, and/or public service at Title IV private not–for–profit degree–granting institutions and administrative offices, by race/ethnicity, academic rank, and gender: United States, fall 2009

Table 20c Number of tenured full–time staff whose primary responsibility is instruction, research, and/or public service at Title IV private for–profit degree–granting institutions and administrative offices, by race/ethnicity, academic rank, and gender: United States, fall 2009

Table 21 Number of full–time staff whose primary responsibility is instruction, research, and/or public service on tenure track at Title IV degree–granting institutions and administrative offices, by race/ethnicity, academic rank, and gender: United States, fall 2009

Table 21a Number of full–time staff whose primary responsibility is instruction, research, and/or public service on tenure track at Title IV public degree–granting institutions and administrative offices, by race/ethnicity, academic rank, and gender: United States, fall 2009

Table 21b Number of full–time staff whose primary responsibility is instruction, research, and/or public service on tenure track at Title IV private not–for–profit degree–granting institutions and administrative offices, by race/ethnicity, academic rank, and gender: United States, fall 2009

Table 21c Number of full–time staff whose primary responsibility is instruction, research, and/or public service on tenure track at Title IV private for–profit degree–granting institutions and administrative offices, by race/ethnicity, academic rank, and gender: United States, fall 2009

Table 22 Number of full–time staff whose primary responsibility is instruction, research, and/or public service not on tenure track at Title IV degree–granting institutions and administrative offices, by race/ethnicity, academic rank, and gender: United States, fall 2009

Table 22a Number of full–time staff whose primary responsibility is instruction, research, and/or public service not on tenure track at Title IV public degree–granting institutions and administrative offices, by race/ethnicity, academic rank, and gender: United States, fall 2009

Table 22b Number of full–time staff whose primary responsibility is instruction, research, and/or public service not on tenure track at Title IV private not–for–profit degree–granting institutions and administrative offices, by race/ethnicity, academic rank, and gender: United States, fall 2009

Table 22c Number of full–time staff whose primary responsibility is instruction, research, and/or public service not on tenure track at Title IV private for–profit degree–granting institutions and administrative offices, by race/ethnicity, academic rank, and gender: United States, fall 2009

Table 23 Number of full–time staff whose primary responsibility is instruction, research, and/or public service with no tenure system at Title IV degree–granting institutions and administrative offices, by race/ethnicity, academic rank, and gender: United States, fall 2009

Table 23a Number of full–time staff whose primary responsibility is instruction, research, and/or public service with no tenure system at Title IV public degree–granting institutions and administrative offices, by race/ethnicity, academic rank, and gender: United States, fall 2009

Table 23b Number of full–time staff whose primary responsibility is instruction, research, and/or public service with no tenure system at Title IV private not–for–profit degree–granting institutions and administrative offices, by race/ethnicity, academic rank, and gender: United States, fall 2009

Table 23c Number of full–time staff whose primary responsibility is instruction, research, and/or public service with no tenure system at Title IV private for–profit degree–granting institutions and administrative offices, by race/ethnicity, academic rank, and gender: United States, fall 2009

Table 24 Number of full–time staff whose primary responsibility is instruction, research, and/or public service at Title IV degree–granting institutions and administrative offices, by faculty status and Carnegie classification: United States, fall 2009

Table 25 Number and percentage of full–time new hires at Title IV degree–granting institutions and administrative offices, by control of institution, primary function/occupational activity, gender, and race/ethnicity: United States, fall 2009

Table 26a Number of full–time new hires at Title IV public degree–granting institutions and administrative offices, by race/ethnicity, primary function/occupational activity, and gender: United States, fall 2009

Table 26b Number of full–time new hires at Title IV private not–for–profit degree–granting institutions and administrative offices, by race/ethnicity, primary function/occupational activity, and gender: United States, fall 2009

Table 26c Number of full–time new hires at Title IV private for–profit degree–granting institutions and administrative offices, by race/ethnicity, primary function/occupational activity, and gender: United States, fall 2009

Table 28 Number of full–time instructional staff at Title IV degree–granting institutions, by academic rank, control and level of institution, and gender: United States, academic year 2009–10

Table 29 Adjusted 9–month average salaries of full–time instructional staff at Title IV degree–granting institutions, by academic rank, control and level of institution, and gender: United States, academic year 2009–10

Table 30 Number of full–time instructional staff on 9/10–month contracts at Title IV degree–granting institutions, by academic rank, control and level of institution, and gender: United States, academic year 2009–10

Table 31 Average salaries of full–time instructional staff on 9/10–month contracts at Title IV degree–granting institutions, by academic rank, control and level of institution, and gender: United States, academic year 2009–10

Table 32 Number of full–time instructional staff on 11/12–month contracts at Title IV degree–granting institutions, by academic rank, control and level of institution, and gender: United States, academic year 2009–10

Table 33 Average salaries of full–time instructional staff on 11/12–month contracts at Title IV degree–granting institutions, by academic rank, control and level of institution, and gender: United States, academic year 2009–10

Table 34 Adjusted 9–month average salaries in constant 2009–10 dollars and percentage change in adjusted 9–month average salaries in constant 2009–10 dollars of full–time instructional staff at Title IV degree–granting institutions, by academic rank, control and level of institution, and gender: United States, academic years 2008–09 and 2009–10

Table 35 Fringe benefits of full–time instructional staff at Title IV degree–granting institutions, by contract length and control of institution: United States, academic year 2009–10

Table 36 Number of full–time instructional staff at Title IV degree–granting institutions, by academic rank and Carnegie classification: United States, academic year 2009–10

Table 37 Adjusted 9–month average salaries of full–time instructional staff at Title IV degree–granting institutions, by academic rank and Carnegie classification: United States, academic year 2009–10

Table 38 Number of full–time instructional staff on 9/10–month contracts at Title IV degree–granting institutions, by academic rank and Carnegie classification: United States, academic year 2009–10

Table 39 Average salaries of full–time instructional staff on 9/10–month contracts at Title IV degree–granting institutions, by academic rank and Carnegie classification: United States, academic year 2009–10

Table 40 Number of full–time instructional staff on 11/12–month contracts at Title IV degree–granting institutions, by academic rank and Carnegie classification: United States, academic year 2009–10

Table 41 Average salaries of full–time instructional staff on 11/12–month contracts at Title IV degree–granting institutions, by academic rank and Carnegie classification: United States, academic year 2009–10

Table 42 Number of full–time instructional staff and percentage change in full–time instructional staff at Title IV degree–granting institutions, by gender, sector of institution, and academic rank: United States, academic years 2003–04, 2005–06, 2007–08, and 2009–10

Table 43 Adjusted 9–month average salaries in constant 2009–10 dollars and percentage change in adjusted 9–month average salaries in constant 2009–10 dollars of full–time instructional staff at Title IV degree–granting institutions, by gender, sector of institution, and academic rank: United States, academic years 2003–04, 2005–06, 2007–08, and 2009–10


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