Editor:

Dennis Galletta
University of Pittsburgh

Current MIS Faculty Offer Survey

Anonymity

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Privacy Statement:

You have your choice of submitting the form anonymously or not anonymously. Anonymous submissions are certainly appreciated, but some deans have stated that they do not wish to pay attention to anonymous data. We need a substantial body of verified/verifiable data for extending the impact of the survey.

If submitted anonymously: There is NO WAY for anyone to discover your identity. Please feel free to peruse the very simple and basic HTML to verify that. Our site does NOT allow inspection of log files.

If submitted non-anonymously. There is NO WAY for anyone but me to discover your identity. Your name, e-mail, and school name will be hidden from the table. You will receive a confirming e-mail directly from me with the fields you have typed. You are advised to make sure that you are not breaking any policies of your new employer. If necessary, tell your contact that the information will be held in the strictest of confidence by a volunteer CPA who maintains the site personally with no helpers whatsoever. All fields are optional, so you can conceal what you lack permission to reveal to me.

Required Fields

There are none. We'll take what we can get!

Agreement

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Scope

Although this survey can and does represent wages from anywhere in the world, this survey makes use of U.S. dollars for comparing and averaging, and forces respondents to do a one-time conversion, freezing the numbers at a point in time. There are advantages and disadvantages from making these simplifying assumptions, but this (over)simplification has been chosen. Philosophically, also, is the fact that in different countries there are different salary models at work. In the U.S. the modal situation is that a faculty salary is high enough to raise a family quite comfortably. In many other countries, there are large numbers of universities that provide extremely low pay, requiring faculty to supplement their pay with substantial amounts of consulting. This survey is not very meaningful for situations of where you need several other engagements to support a family. In many countries there is wide variance on this issue, and some schools pay comfortable wages for university teaching. For those schools this survey can be useful. Thus, the school, not the country, would determine the usefulness of this survey.


Results: Excel Spreadsheet

Click here for Excel Spreadsheet with Pivot Table

Results: HTML Tables and Analysis:

Results by Academic Year

[2014-2015 (so far)]
[2013-2014 (so far)]
[2012-2013 (so far)]
[2011-2012]
[2010-2011] [(insufficent data for analysis)]
[2009-2010] [Analysis]
[2008-2009] [Analysis]
[2007-2008] [Analysis]
[2006-2007] [Analysis]
[2005-2006] [Analysis]
[2004-2005] [Analysis]
[2003-2004] [Analysis]
[2002-2003] [Analysis]
[2001-2002] [Analysis]
[2000-2001] [Analysis]
[1999-2000] [Analysis]
[1998-1999] [Analysis]


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