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Results of the 2016 CASE Compensation Survey

This presentation summarizes the results of CASE's most recent compensation survey. The 2016 results provide a comprehensive view of compensation practices to help identify patterns across the profession. Salary data is broken down by criteria such as discipline/primary function, institution type, enrollment size, geographic area, supervisory level and tenure.

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Results of the FY2012 Institutionally Related Foundations Data Book Survey
This white paper, using results from the 2012 IRF Data Book Survey, examines the structure of institutionally related foundations, their funding sources, staff composition and breakdown by department, and methods used to ensure compliance with federal, state and local laws and regulations. When possible, the white paper compares 2011 and 2012 survey results.

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Results of the 2013 CASE Compensation Survey

This presentation summarizes the results of CASE's 2013 compensation survey. The results provide a comprehensive view of compensation practices to help identify patterns across the profession. Salary data is broken down by criteria such as discipline/primary function, institution type, enrollment size, geographic area, supervisory level and tenure.

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Results of the 2013 CASE Europe Salary Survey

Following CASE's major overhaul of the salary survey instrument and data collection system, CASE Europe fielded a European version of the salary survey in 2012. Data presented in this July 2013 report provide the broadest possible look at the results of the 2012-2013 CASE Europe Salary Survey to help identify patterns across the profession. The tables in the CASE Salary Report portray multiple factors that strongly influence salary, such as years of experience, management responsibility, discipline and highest degree earned.

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Results of the 2012 CASE Compensation Survey: Community College Respondents

The 2012 Community College Compensation Report summarizes the results of CASE's most recent compensation survey just for community college respondents. The 42-page report contains data from 146 individuals employed at North American community colleges. The 2012 results provide a comprehensive view of compensation practices to help identify patterns across the profession. Community college salary data is broken down by criteria such as discipline/primary function, enrollment size, supervisory level and tenure

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Results of the 2012 CASE Compensation Survey: Institutionally Related Foundation Respondents

The IRF Compensation Report summarizes the results of CASE's most recent compensation survey just for institutionally related foundations (IRFs). The 42-page report contains data from 323 individuals employed at North American IRFs. The 2012 results provide a comprehensive view of compensation practices to help identify patterns across the profession. IRF salary data is broken down by criteria such as discipline/primary function, institution type, enrollment size, geographic area, supervisory level and tenure.

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Results of the 2012 CASE Europe Salary Survey

Following CASE's major overhaul of the salary survey instrument and data collection system, CASE Europe fielded a European version of the salary survey in 2011. Data presented in this March 2012 report provide the broadest possible look at the results of the 2011/2012 CASE Europe Salary Survey to help identify patterns across the profession. The tables in the CASE Europe Salary Report portray multiple factors that strongly influence salary, such as years of experience, management responsibility, discipline and highest degree earned.

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