ALA-APA Salary Survey Librarian-Public and Academic: A Survey of Public and Academic Library Positions Requiring an ALA-Accredited Master's Degree
Jenifer Grady, Denise Davis
American Library Association, 2007 - Reference - 98 pages
Useful for librarians seeking employment in academic and public libraries, and for library directors hiring staff, this report summarizes salaries paid as of April 1, 2003, to staff in six position categories, five library size/type categories, and four regions of the U.S.
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