by Terence Murphy, DFA Board member
You probably received the e-missive from Office of the President on the comparison of the 2006 and 2007 budgets. I thought that the analysis was incomplete, not including the relative increases in the various pay categories, so I calculated them. You may not be surprised by the categories with the greatest increases (were you expecting it to be the teaching faculty?). Note that you can’t tell to what extent the increases represent numbers of persons or pay rates per person.
The original table is available at:
|CY 2007||CY 2006||% change|
|Clinical Profs, Lecturers, et al.||913,857,671||840,589,404||8.72|
|UNEX and Coop Ext||73,735,672||70,975,429||3.89|
|Other academics, eg Librarians||87,239,965||79,846,757||9.26|
|Academic Administrative Officers||69,525,075||63,060,751||10.25|
|Health Care Services||1,780,517,291||1,592,367,413||11.82|
|Fiscal, Management, Staff Services||1,286,534,016||1,179,296,573||9.09|
|Sciences, Lab Services||291,725,277||279,595,728||4.34|
|Food and Linen Services||73,069,030||64,094,936||14.00|
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