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CASE Compensation Survey

The CASE Compensation Survey assists institutions, hiring managers and individuals in benchmarking salaries and benefits in the advancement disciplines. The 2017 CASE Compensation Database is now available for all North American members at 2- and 4-year higher education institutions and independent schools.


CASE Compensation Database (North America)

CASE has conducted compensation studies for members since at least 1981 and upgraded the Compensation Survey in 2011. The CASE Compensation Database now includes dashboards that allow users to create graphics based upon self-selected criteria, such as discipline/primary function, institution type, enrollment size, geographic area, supervisory level and tenure. CASE recently upgraded the database containing the survey results, which features dynamic reporting and the ability to generate individual queries. The FY2016 U.S. and Canadian results are now available in the Compensation Database, and you can purchase a subscription here. For more detailed information about the North American CASE Compensation Database, please click this link for a guide.

If you are interested in obtaining access to the CASE Compensation Database, there are 24-hour subscriptions and annual subscriptions available for members and non-members.

Download Results of the 2016 CASE Compensation Survey


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 report provide the broadest possible look at the results of the 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.

Download Results of the 2013 CASE Europe Salary Survey


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