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TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DES PROFESSEURS
DES UNIVERSITES ET COLLEGES
1963-64
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SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS OF TEACHERS
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TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DES PROFESSEURS
DES UNIVERSITS ET COLLGES
1963-64
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PREFACE
PREFACE
This sixth in the series of detailed reports on
salaries and qualifications of Canadian university
teachers has again been planned in consultation
with the Canadian Association of University
Business Officers, the Canadian Association of
University Teachers, the Canadian Universities
Foundation and other interested agencies. The
data were supplied by university and college
business officers. Their assistance is greatly
appreciated.
Le present rapport est Ic sixièrne d'une série
de rapports detailles sur les traitements et la qualification des professeurs des universités canadiennes.
Cette lois encore, Il a 6t6 redige avec le concours de
la Canadian Association of University Business
Officers, del'Association canadienne des professeurs
d'université, de la Fondation des universités canadiennes et d'autres organismes intéressés. Les données proviennent des représentants des universités et
colleges et leur collaboration est très appréciée.
Similar reports were issued for 1956- 57,
1957-58, 1958-59, 1960-61, and 1962-63. For
1959-60 a survey covering 17 institutions was
published, which in addition provided data for
these same 17 institutions from 1937- 38. Table 2
in this publication gives summary data from 193738 to 1963-64 for these 17 institutions. A short
survey was issued for 1961-62. It Is planned to
continue publishing detailed surveys every second
year, so that this DBS survey may be conducted in
conjunction with the university salary survey
undertaken biennially by the Pay Research Bureau
of the Civil Service Commission. The next detailed
DBS survey will be published for 1965-66, unless
other considerations arise to warrant the detailed
annual report. A shorter survey is planned for
1964-65.
Des rapports semblables ont paru pour 1956-1957,
1957-1958. 1958- 1959, 1960- 1961 et 1962- 1963. Le
rapport de 1959- 1960 embrassait 17 institutions et
donnait leurs statistiques chronologiques A partir de
1937- 1938. Le tableau 2 de la présente publication
dorine les chiffres récapitulatifs de ces 17 institutions
de 1937- 1938 5, 1963- 1964. Un court rapport a paruau
sujet de 1961- 1962. On se propose de continuer a
publier des rapports détaillés tous les deux ans, de
facon que l'enquête du B.F.S. puisse étre faite de
concert avec celle qui porte sur les traitements
universitaires, faite tous les deux axis par le Bureau
d'dtude des traitement de la Commission du service
civil. La prochaine enquête détaillée du B.F.S. sera
publiée au sujet de 1965- 1966. a moms que d'autres
lacteurs motivent un rapport annuel détaillé. On
projette une courte enquéte a propos de 1964- 1965,
As well as being used by the Pay Research
Bureau, data collected for the DBS university
salary survey are also used in reports issued by
the National Research Council and by the Canadian
Association of University Teachers.
En plus de servir au Bureau d'étude des traitements, les données recueillies pour l'enquéte du
B.F.S. sur les traitements universitaires servent
aussi aux rapports publiés par le Conseil national de
recherches et l'Association canadienne des professeurs d'université.
The present report shows the relationship
between salary and rank, faculty, field, subject,
region, size of institution, control of institution,
highest earned university degree, and years since
award of first and highest earned degree for 66
institutions. In a number of the cross-classifications, data are given separately for men and
women. There are, as well, figures on the age of
university teachers In 68 institutions, related to
rank, field, subject and highest degree.
Later in 1964 it is planned that a publication
will be issued giving additional 1963-64 data on
the level of degrees held by staff in the various
faculties and teaching fields, and an analysis of
age at which first and highest degrees were
received. Such data should be of use to those
engaged in planning future university staff requirements, and may be of some help in giving
basic data to answer such questions as whether
the Ph.D. is in fact held by most teachers in the
various fields, and whether higher degrees are
earned more quickly by those in pure and applied
science fields.
Le present rapport indique Ia relation entre les
traitements et le rang professoral, la faculté, la
discipline choisie, la matière, la region, l'importance
de l'institution, sa direction, le plus haut grade
universitaire obtenu et les années depuis l'obtention
du premier et du dernier grade a l'dgard de 66 institutions. Certains tableaux donnent une ventilation
selon le sexe. D'autres établissent la relation entre
l'ge des professeurs d'université de 68 institutions
et leur rang professoral, Ia discipline, la matière et
le plus haut grade.
On se propose de publier, plus tard en 1964,
d'autres chiflres tIe 1963- 1964 sur le niveau des
grades obtenus par le personnel des diffdrentes
facultés et de divers domaines d'enseignement, ainsi
qu'une analyse de l'ge auquel le premier grade et
les grades les plus élevés ont été obtenus. De telles
données pourront servir a ceux qui projettent les
besoins futurs en personnel universitaire et pourront
être de guelque secours pour répondre a ceux qui
dCsirent savoir si la plupart des professeurs des
diffdrentes disciplines ont leur D. Ph. et si les
professeurs de sciences pures et appliqudes peuvent
obtenir plus rapidement les grades les plus élevés.
Questions concerning the content of this
publication or suggestions for further analyses
should be sent to Dr. F.E. Whitworth, Director,
or R.D. Mitchener, Chief of the Higher Education
Section, Education Division.
Toute question relative au contenu de la présente
publication ou toute proposition d'analyses supplementaires doit être adressée a M. F. E. Whitworth,
directeur, ou a R.D. Mitchener, chef de La Section de
1 'enseignement supérieur, Division de 1' education.
WALTER E. DUFFETT, Dominion Statistician.
WALTER E. DUFFE'IT.
Statisticien du Dominion.
SYMBOLS
SIGNES CONVENTIONNELS
The interpretation of the symbols used in the
tables throughout this publication is as follows:
Voici la signification des signes conventionnels
employés dans les tableaux du prsent rapport:
figures not available.
nombres indisponibles.
figures not appropriate or not applicable.
n'ayant pas lieu de figurer.
- nil or zero.
n.e.c. not elsewhere classified. - néant ou zero.
n.d.a. non dénommé ailleurs.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE DES MATIERES
Page
Page
Highlights..............................................................................7
Faitssaillants ............................................................................7
Introduction
Avant-propos
Scope of data
9Porte du rapport ........................................................................
9
Cautions in interpreting data ..............................................
9Avertissements au sujet de l'interprétation des donnêes
9
Effective date of salary figures reported ..........................
10Date de rfrence des traitements indiqus ............................
10
Medians and the situation at the end of the academic year:
Salaries..............................................................................
Les médianes et Is situation en fin d'année scolaire:
10Traitements ..............................................................................
10
Age...................................................................................
10Age.. ................................... .......................................................
10
Years since award of first degree ..................................
10Nombre d'années depuis le premier grade ..........................
10
Summary
Salaries ................. Sommaire
13
Traitements..............................
13
Chart 1. Median Salaries of University Teachers1956 - 57 to 1963-64 .......................................14
Graphlque 1. Traiternents medians des professeurs d'universit6-1956-57 a 1963-64 ........................
14
Chart 2. Median Salaries of Teachers at 17 Univer
sities and Colleges, 1937-38 to 1963-64
16
Graphique 2. Traltements medians des professeurs de 17
universites et colleges, 1937-38à 1963-64
16
Chart 3. MedIan Salaries of University Teachers —by
years since award of first degree, 1956-57
to1963-64 ........................................................ 19
Graphique 3. Traitements medians des professeurs d'université—selon les années depuis le premier
grade, 1956-57 a 1963-64 ............................
19
Age........................................................................................ 20
Age................................................................................................
20
Chart 4. Median Salaries of University Teachers - by
years since award of highest earned degree.
1963-64 .............................................................. 21
Graphique 4. Traitements medians des professeurs d'universitê —selon les années depuis le plus
haut grade universitaire acquis, 1963-64
21
Years since award of first degree ...................................... 21
Années depuis le premier grade ................................................
21
Distribution of University Teachers by rank, degree,
sex, field .......................................................................... 22
Repartition des professeurs selon le rang, le grade, le sexe
etle domalne ........................................................................
22
Chart 5. Percentage distribution of University Teach- ers by rank and sex, 1960-61 and 1963-64
22
Graphique 5. Reparation procentuelle des professeurs
d'université suivant le rang et le sexe,
1960-61 et 1963-64 ........................................
22
Chart 6. Percentage distribution of University Teachers by highest earned university degree,
1963-64 ..............................................................23
Graphique 6. Repartition procentuelle des professeurs
d'universjté selon le plus haut grade universitaire acquis, 1963-64 ...........................
23
Teacher-student ratio ..........................................................24
Rapport entre les professeurs et les etudiants ......................
24
Highest earned university degree ......................................25
Plus haut grade universitaire acquis ......................................
25
Table
Tableau
Salaries
1. Salaries of University Teachers—by rank, field,
sex, and size of institutIon, 1963-64 ......................26
2. MedIan Salaries of Teachers (by rank) at 17 universities and colleges. 1937-38 to 1963-64 ................32
3. Allowances of Religious Teachers - by rank and
sex, all fields, 1963-64 ............................................34
4. Salaries of University Teachers - by rank and region, 1963-64 ..............................................................34
5. Salaries of University Teachers —by rank, and size
of institution, 1963-64 ..............................................36
6. Salaries of University Teachers - by rank and control of institution, 1963-64 ........................................39
7. Salaries of University Teachers —by faculty (or
school or institute) and sex, 1963-64 ......................40
Traitements
1. Traitements des professeurs d'unlversjte—selon le
rang, le domaine, le sexe, et l'irnportance de l'institution, 1963-64 ..................................................................
2. Traitements medians des professeurs (selon le rang)
de 17 universités et colleges, 1937-38 a 1963-64........
3. Traitements des professeurs religieux — selon le rang
et le sexe, tous domaines, 1963-64 ................................
4. Traitements des professeurs d'université —selon le
rang ella region, 1963-64 ................................................
5. Traitements des professeurs d'universite —selon le
rang et l'importance de l'instltution, 1963-64 ..............
6. Traitements des professeurs d'université —selon le
rang ella direction de l'institution, 1963-64 ................
7. Traltements des professeurs d'universlte—selon la
facult4 (ou l'4cole ou l'instItut) et le sexe, 1963-64....
26
32
34
34
36
39
40
TAFLE DES MATIERES - fin
TABLE OF CONTENTS - Concluded
Salaries- Concluded
Page
8.
Salaries of University Teachers -by subject and
sex, in the Humanities, 1963-64
........................
9.
Page
Traltements- fin
Tableau
Table
Salaries ofUniversityTeachers - by subject and
sex, in the Social Sciences, 1963-64
................
10. Salaries ofUniversityTeachers -by subject and
sex, in the Biological Sciences. 1963-64
..........
11. Salaries of University Teachers - by subject and
sex, in the Physical ScIences, 1963-64
............
12. Salaries of University Teachers - by years since
award of first degree, sex and field 1963-64
13. Salaries of University Teachers - by years since
award of first degree, and region, 1963- 64
........
42
42
44
44
46
50
8.
Traitements des professeurs d'université-selonla
niatière et le sexe (humanités), 1963-64
42
9.
Traitements des professeurs d'université - selon Ia
matière et le sexe (sciences sociales), 1963-64
......
42
10.
Traitements des professeurs d'université-selon Ia
matière et le sexe (sciences biologiques), 1963-64
44
11.
Traiternents des professeurs d'universit -selon Ia
matière et le sexe (sciences physiques), 1963- 64....
44
12.
Traitements des professeurs d'université-selon les
années depuis le premier grade et selon le sexe et
ledomaine, 1963-64
....................................................
46
13.
Traitements des professeurs d 'université-selon les
années depuis le premier grade et selon Ia region,
1963-64
50
14.
Traitements des professeurs d'université-selon les
années depuis le premier grade et selon l'importance
del'institution. 1963-64
............................................
51
15.
Traiternents des professeurs d'université-selonles
années depuis le premier grade et selon la direction
dei'institution,1963-64 ............................................
52
16.
Traitements des professeurs d'université -selon le
rangetleplus haut gradeuniversitaire acquis,
1963-64
..........................................................................
53
16A. Traitements desprofesseursd'université selon
les années depuis le plus haut grade universitaire
acquis et selon le sexe et le domaine, 1963-64
......
56
Traitements des professeurs d'université - selon le
plushautgradeuniversitaire acquis et selon le
sexecile domaine, 1963-64
58
..................
..........................................................................
14. Salaries of University Teachers-byyears since
award of first degree, and size of institution,
1963-64
..................................................................
15. Salaries of University Teachers - by years since
award of first degree, and control of institution,
1963-64
..................................................................
16. Salaries of University Teachers-by rank and
highest earned university degree. 1963-64
........
16A. Salaries of University Teachers-by years since
award of highest earned degree, sex and field.
1963-64
..................................................................
17. Salaries of University Teachers -by highest
university degree, sex and field, 1963-64
..........
51
52
53
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56
58
17.
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Age
Age
18. Age of University Teachers -by rank, field, and
size of institutIon, 1963-64
62
18. Age des professeurs d 'université - selon le rang, le
domaine, et l'importance de l'instjtution, 1963-64.
62
19. Age of University Teachers-by rank, highest
earned university degree and size of institution,
1963-64
..................................................................
65
19. Age des professeurs d'université -selon le rang, le
plus haut grade universitaire acquis, et l'importance
del'lnstitution,1963-64
............................................
65
Age of University Teachers -by subject, in the
Humanities, 1963-64
68
20.
Xge des professeurs d'université - selon la matière
(humanités),1963-64
..................................................
68
21.
Age des professeurs d'université - selon la matlère
(sciences sociales),1963-64
68
22.
Age des professeurs d'université -selon la matière
(sciences biologiques), 1963-64
70
23.
Age des professeurs d'université -selon la matière
(sciences physiques), 1963-64
70
................................
20.
............................................
21.
Age of University Teachers-by subject, in the
Social Sciences, 1963-64
22.
Age of University Teachers -by subject, in the
Biological Sciences, 1963-64
23.
Age of University Teachers-by subject, in the
Physical Sciences, 1963-64
....................................
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68
70
70
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Years since award of first degree
24. Years since Award of First Degree - University
Teachers by rank and fIeld, 1963-64
..................
Années deputs le premier grade
72
Teacher-student ratio
25.
24.
Années depuis le premier grade - Professeursd'université selon le rang et le domaine, 1963-64 72
Rapport des professeurs aux étudiants
Ratio of Full-time University Teachers to Fulltime Students-by regIon, 1956-57 to 1963-6473
25. Rapport des professeurs d'université de plein
temps aux étudiants de plein temps - selon Ia
region, 1956-57à 1963-64
........................................
Highest earned university degree
26.
Highest earned university degree-by rank and
region. 1963-64
......................................................
Notes related to the tables
................................................
73
Plus haut grade universitaire acquls
74
26. Plus haul grade universitaire acquis -selon le rang
et la region, 1963-64
75Notes concernant lea tableaux
..................................................
74
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HItHLIGHTS
FAITS SAILLANTS
• The median salary for staff paid at rates
applicable to lay teaching personnel (all
medians used in these "highlights" refer to
this group) was $8,890 for all full-time staff
included in the 1963-64 survey, Medians by
rank ranged from a high of $15,397 for deans
to $6,471 for lecturers and instructors.
• Le traitement median du personnel remunere au
barème des laics (toutes les médianes de ces
faits saillants referent a ce groupe) etait de
$8,890 pour tout le personnel A. plein temps inclus
dans le releve de 1963- 1964. Les médianes
selon le rang professoral ont vane de $15,397 pour
les doyens a $6,471 pour les charges de cours.
• The median salary for men in 1963-64 was
$9,115, higher by $1,779 than that for women.
• Le traitement median des hommes en 1963- 1964
était de $9,115, soit $1,779 de plus que celui
des femmes.
• Median regional salaries, 1963-64, for all
staff surveyed, were highest for Ontario
($9,236), with the Western Provinces ($8,897)
and Quebec ($8,875) being almost identical.
The median for the Atlantic Provinces ($7,807),
while appreciably lower, showed the highest
percentage increase over 1962- 63.
• Les traitements medians régionaux, en 1963-1964,
de tout le personnel observe êtaient le plus eleves
en Ontario ($9,236),dans les provinces de l'Ouest
($8.897) et au Quebec ($8.875), La médiane dans
les provinces Atlantiques ($7,807), bien que
sensiblement inférieure, a marqué Ia plus forte
hausse procentuelle en 1962-1963.
The median salary tended to decrease as size
of institution decreased. For all staff at
institutions with 5,000 and over full-time
students it was $9,244 in 1963-64. The median
for Institutions with enrolments of 2.000 to
4,999 was $8,752, for those with 1,000 to 1,999
students $8,387, 500 to 999 students $8,750,
and for institutions with less than 500 full-time
students $7,428.
• Le traitement median diminuait en même temps
que l'importance de l'institution. Dans les
institutions comptant 5.000 etudiants et plus a
plein temps, la médiane de tout le personnel était
de $9,244 en 1963- 1964: dans les institutions de
2,000 a 4.999 etudiants, elle etait de $8,752, dans
celles de 1.000 a 1,999 étudiants, de $8,387, dans
celles de 500 a 999 étudiants, de $8,750, et dans
celles de mains de 500 étudiants A plein temps,
de $7,428.
The median salary for staff at state (provincial
or federal) Institutions was $9,113 in 1963-64,
slightly higher than that of $8,999 for all
independent Institutions, with the median for
church-related institutions being $8,256. Since
1956- 57, the medians for state and independent
institutions have been quite close and have
been considerably higher than the median for
church-related Institutions.
Dans les institutions provinciales ou federales,
le traitement median etait de $9,113 en 19631964, soit un peu plus eleve que la médiane de
toutes les institutions independantes ($8,999), et
celui des institutions religieuses, de $8,256.
Depuis 1956- 1957, les rnêdianes des institutions
d'Etat et independantes ont R6 assez semblables
et ant surpassé considerablement celle des institutions religieuses.
As in past years, the median salary for staff in
the biological sciences (Including medicine)
was higher than that for other teaching fields.
This 193-64 median, $9,954, may be compared
with other teaching fields: e.g. $9,015 for the
physical sciences. $8,618 for the sotal
sciences, and $7,852 for the humanities. The
median for those engaged primarily In faculty
administration was $15.243.
• Comme dans le passe, le traitement median du
personnel des sciences biologiques (y compnis
Ia medecine) a ete plus eleve que celui du
personnel des autres disciplines. La mediane de
1963- 1964 ($9.954) peut 9tre comparée a celles
des autres disciplines: e-g- $9,015 dans les
sciences physiques, $8,618 dana lea sciences
sociales et $7,852 dans les hurnanités. La mediane
du personnel prepose surtout A l'administration
des facultes était de $15,243.
In 1963-64, of the total of 9,125 teachers
included from 68 reporting institutions, 88.4
p.c. were men. In 1957- 58, 89.3 p.c. of a
total of 4,881 staff members included from 58
reporting institutions were men.
• En 1963- 1964, sur les 9,125 instituteurs inclus
dans les 68 institutions qui ont fait rapport, 88.4
P. 100 etaient des hommes. En 1957- 1958, 89.3 p.
100 d'un total de 4,881 dans 58 institutions
etaient des hommes.
Full-time staff at a selected group of 17 institutIons from 1956- 57 to 1963-64 increased
86.9 p.c.. from 2,979 to 5,567. The Increase
from 1962-63 to 1963-64 was 11.0 p.c., or
from 5,016 to 5,567.
Le personnel de plein temps d'un groupe de 17
institutions, de 1956- 1957 A 1963- 1964, a augmenté de 86.9 p. 100, de 2.979 A 5,567. L'accroissement de 1962- 1963 a. 1963- 1964 a
de
11 p. 100, soit de 5,016 A 5,567,
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• Some 1.6 p.c. (145 of 9,125) of the 1963-64 a Environ 1.6 p. 100 (145 sur 9,125) du personnel
staff of all 68 institutions included, were aged de 1963- 1964 dans toutes les 68 institutions
65 or over and 458 (5.0 p.c.) were 60 or over. incluses étaient âgs de 65 ans et plus et 458
The median age for all staff reported in this (5 p. 100) de 60 ans et plus. L'ge mdian de tout
1963-64 survey was 39 years compared with le personnel observ6 lors du relevé de 1963- 1964
41 years for 1956- 57.
était de 39 ans (41 ans en 1956- 1957).
The median passage of time since the award
of the first degree was 14 years for 1963-64
staff. It was 16 years in 1956- 57.
• Le nombre mdian d'annes depuis l'obtention
du premier grade était de 14 ans pour le personnel
de 1963- 1964 (16 en 1956- 1957).
Where highest earned university degree for
1963-64 staff members is considered. 44.4 p.c.
were reported with doctorates, 34.6 p.c. master's
degrees, 6.7 p.c. a first professional degree
beyond a first baccalaureate, 12.8 p.c. a first
baccalaureate, and 1.5p.c. no university degree.
The percentage of staff with doctorates has
risen slightly since 1957- 58, when it was
41.1 p.c.
L'examen du plus haut grade universitaire obtenu
par le personnel de 1963- 1964 rvèle que 44.4 p.
100 dtenaient un doctorat, 34.6 p. 100 une
maitrise, 6.7 p. 100 un premier grade professionnel
en dec d'un premier baccalauréat, 12.8 p. 100 Un
premier baccalauréat et 1.5 p. 100 aucun grade.
La proportion du personnel ayant un doctorat a
augmenté légèrement depuis 1957- 1958 alors que
4 1. 1 p. 100 étaient docteurs.
• Almost one-thIrd (32.6 p.c.) of the total 196364 staff which were reported as having a
master's or doctorate as the highest earned
university degree had received them in the
five-year period from 1959 to 1963.
• Près du tiers (32.6 p. 100) de tout le personnel de
1963- 1964 dont le grade le plus élevé 6tait une
maitrise ou un doctorat l'ont recu entre 1959 et
1963.
• The oldest of the 9,125 persons included in
the present survey was 79 in 1963. This person
was a layman. Two others, both priests, were 77.
, La plus ágée des 9,125 personnes observées dans
la présente enquête, un laic, avait 79 ans en 1963.
Deux autres, prêtres, avaient 77 ans.
INTRODUCTION
Scope of data
This report is based on questionnaire forms
for the 1963-64 academic year sent to 74 universities and colleges. Returns were received from
68 (listed in Note 2, following the last table) with
enrolment equalling about 83.8 p.c. of the total
enrolment of full-time undergraduate and graduate
students In Canadian institutions of higher education. Of these 68 institutions, 40 employed lay
teachers only or reported their religious teachers
as being paid on the same scale as lay staff, 2
employed religious teachers only, and the remaining 26 reported both lay staff and religious staff
paid on a scale below that applying to lay staff.
All but one of the salary tables are limited to
data relating to lay teachers and religious teachers
paid on the same scale as lay teachers: the
exception is Table 3. Tables showing non-salary
data include both lay and religious teachers.
Port.ée du rapport
Le present rapport se fonde sur les questionnaires envoyés a 74 universités et colleges pour
l'année scolaire 1963-64. Les inscriptions des 68
qui ont repondu (en voir Ia liste au renvoi 2 après le
dernier tableau) représentaient environ 83.8 P. 100
de tous les étudiants a temps plein inscrits aux
institutions canadiennes d'enseignement supérieur.
Sur ces 68 institutions, 40 n'employaient que des
professeurs la'ics ou ant déclaré que leur personnel
religieux Ctait remunere au barème des laics, 2
n'employaient que des religieux et les 26 autres ant
déclaré on personnel mixte rémunéré & une échelle
inférieure a celle des laics, A 1' exception du tableau
3, tout les tableaux des traitements ne visent que les
professeurs laics et les professeurs religieux rémunérés a 1' êchelle laique. Les tableaux qui n'ont
pas trait aux traitements portent sur les professeurs
tant laIques que religieux.
Data are presented for a total of 9,125
teachers, all of them full-time and with academic
ranks of lecturer or instructor or higher. These
include 8,622 in receipt of salaries based on
scales applying to lay personnel and 503 religious
teachers in receipt of allowances below the scales
applying to lay personnel.
Les données visent 9,125 professeurs, tous a
plein temps et ayant au mains le rang de chargé
de cours. Sur ce nombre, 8,622 reçoivent un traitement conforme a l'échelle des laics et 503 professeurs
religieux reçoivent on traitement inférieur.
Cautions In Interpreting data
1. Not all Canadian institutions of higher
education are included. At the beginning of the
1963-64 academic year there were about 370
institutions offering courses of university grade.
Those omitted are almost all small (with less than
500 enrolment) and many of them employ religious
personnel paid on a salary scale less than that
for lay persons. As nearly as can be determined,
all institutions with 1.000 or more full-time university-grade students are Included.
Interpretation ptudente des données
1. Le rapport n'envisage pas toutes les institutions canadiennes d'enseignement supérieur. Au debut
de l'année scolaire 1963- 1964, environ 370 institutions donnajent des cours a l'échelon universitaire.
La plupart des institutions omises étaient de petites
institutions (moms de 500 étudiants); plusieurs d'entre
elles employaient des religieux dont l'échelle des
traitements était inférieure a celle des laiques.
Autant qu'on a Pu le constater, toutes les institutions
de 1,000 étudiants universitaires a plein temps ou
plus sont représentees.
2. Figures for the separate years are not
strictly comparable as a few institutions are not
Included for all these years in all tables. The
data in Table 2 are comparable.
2. Les chiffres des différentes années ne sont
pas strictement comparables, car quelques institutions
soot omises certaines années dans les tableaux. Les
donnêes du tableau 2 sont comparables.
3. The median is not the arithmetic average,
but is the theoretical point In a distribution for
which 50 p.c. of the cases are higher and 50 p.c.
lower.
3. La médiane n'est pas Ia rnoyenne arithmétique
mais bien le point théorique d'une série de valeurs
dont la moitié sont supêrieures et l'autre moitié inférieures a ce point.
4. The range between the 1st and 3rd quartIles
includes 50 p.c. of all cases. Thus 25 p.c. are
below the 1st quartIle and 25 p.c. are above the
3rd.
4. L'écart entre le ler et le 3e quartile comprend
la moitié de tous les cas, de sorte que le quart des
cas sont en-deça du ler quartile et le quart au-dessus
du 3e.
5. Fluctuations in numbers of Institutions by
size of enrolment are due In part to movement from
one enrolment category to another during the years
under review.
5. La fluctuation du nombre d'institutions selon
le nombre des inscriptions tient en partie au passage
d'une catégorie d'inscriptions a one autre durant les
années observées.
6. All salary data refer to basic annual salary
rates. Many teachers receive extra Income for
teaching evening, extension or summer classes,
and many earn income from non-university sources.
Such extra Income was not included in this report.
6. Tous les traiternents indiquës soot les tralteinents annuels de base. Plusieurs professeurs grossissent leur revenu en enseignant aux cours du soir,
d'extension ou d'été et plusieurs ont on revenu extrauniversitaire. Ces supplements ne paraissent pas
dans le present rapport.
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
10
Effective Data of Salary Figures Reported Date de référence des traitements déclarés
AU salary data refer to basic annual salary
rates in the fall of 1063.
Toutes les données sur les traitements se fondent
sur la rémunération annuelle de base en vigueur a
1' automne de 1963.
Medians and the Situation at the End of the Academic Year
Les methanes et la situation
scolaire
a Ia I in de 1' année
Salaries
Ttaitements
Information was asked for to the nearest
dollar. The salary distributions used in this report
are $1,000 except for data in Table 2 where a $500
Interval was used so that the figures would be consistent with those published in University Teachers' Sa,laries, 1937- 1960. MedIans were calculated
to the nearest whole dollar within the interval used.
Les traitements, qu'on devait dclarer A. un
dollar près, sont groupés ici par intervalles de
$1,000, sauf au tableau 2 oi on a choisi un intervalle
de $500 pour que les chiffres correspondent a ceux
qui ont paru dans Traitements des pro fesseurs d'université, 1937- 1960. On a calculé la mdiane a un
dollar prs dans l'intervalle utilisé.
Although salary scales for the ensuing year
are generally set prior to the start of that academic
year, the medians should relatively acurately
reflect the situation at the end of the academic
year.
Même si 1'che1le des traitements pour l'annêe a
venir est normalement dtablie avant le commencement
de 1' année scolaire, les mdianes doivent reflter de
taçon relativernent precise la situation a Ia fin de
l'année scolaire.
Age
Age
The form used asked for the year of birth of
each staff member. In the tables used here, age
Is considered as that attained by each Individual
during the calendar year 1963. These ages are
grouped in five-year intervals. Thus all persons
born in 1900, for example, were 63 years of age
some time in 1963, and were all 63 and not yet 64
at the end of the year. These persons would be
included in the interval 60- 64.
Le questionnaire demandait l'année de naissance
de chaque membre du personnel. Dans les tableaux,
l'âge est celui qu'a atteint le nombre au cours de
l'annee civile 1963. Les ages sont groupes par
intervalles de cinq ans. Ainsi, les personnes nes
en 1900 ont atteint 63 ans en 1963 et, 5. Ia fin de
l'annee, elles avaient toutes 63 ans révolus, mais
non encore 64 ans. Ces personnes sont comprises
dans le groupe de 60-64 ans.
A median or quartile reported as 63, for
example, indicates that the point falls anywhere
from 63.0 to 63.9 in the distribution.
La mediane ou le quartile de 63, par exemple,
indique que le point se situe entre 63.0 et 63.9 dans
La serie.
If one assumes that there was an even distribution of birthdays throughout each month of each
year, half of the persons would be, to use 1900
again as an example, 63 years of age at June 30,
1963. It could then be assumed that at December
31, 1963 the median age would be 63.5 years, and
at June 30, 1964, 64 years. while the medians were
not calculated in this manner in this report, one
might add one year to each median year of age
given to arrive at approximate figures for the end
of the academic year 1963-64, assuming that it
is June 30.
Siles dates de naissance se repartissaient également entre les douze mois de chaque annêe, la moitié
des personnes nées en 1900, pour reprendre l'exemple,
auraient atteint leur 63e annee le 30 juin 1963. 11 en
découle qu'au 31 décembre 1963 l'âge median serait
de 63.5 ans et, au 30 juin 1964, de 64 ans. Dans le
present rapport, l'àge median n'a pas étê calculé de
cette manière, mais ii suffit d'ajouter un an a chaque age median indiqué pour avoir l'ãge approximatif
a la fin de l'année scolaire (30 juln) 1963- 1984.
Years Since Award of First Degree
Nombre d'années depuis le premier grade
Information was requested on the year In which
the first degree was obtained. As with age, the
number of years was measured in relation to the
calendar year 1963, and distributed In five year
intervals. Medians and quartiles were calculated
in the same manner as were those for age.
L'année d'obtention du premier grade a été declarée. Comme pour l'age, le nombre d'années a été
calculC par rapport a l'année civile 1963, et le classement fait par groupes quinquennaux. Les médianes
et quartiles ont été calculés comme ceux de Page.
TRAITEMENTS FT QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES 11
If the assumption is made that all degrees Si l'on suppose que tous les grades ont été
were received at regular spring convocations (even obtenus au printemps (même si certains 1' ont 6t6
if actually some would be received at other timesa d'autres 6poques de l'année), ii suffit d'ajouter
during the year), one year could be added to theun an aux médianes indiques pour connaltre la
medians reported to give the picture at the end of situation a la fin de l'année scolaire (30 juin).
the academic year (June 30).
TABLE A. Median Salaries of Teachers In Universities and Colleges, by Rank, Sex, Field, Region, and
Si'e of InstItution, 1963- 64, Showing Per Cent Increase over 1962-63 and 1956-57
TABLEAU A. Traitements medians des prolesseurs d'universitC et de college, selon le rang, le sexe
le domaine, Ia region et l'lmportance de l'institution, 1963- 64, et augmentation
procentuelie stir 1962-63 et 1956-57
Professors Instructors
Associate Assistantungraded'andAll Number
DeansProfesaros Professors Professors-Lecturersranksreported
DoyensProfesseurs Professeurs Professeurs. Professeurs Charges TousNombre
agregëaadjointsnon classes'dersngsi déclaré
cours
Canada:
1963-64 ......................................................$ 15,39713,40110,0677,9967,0306,4718.8908,622
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to - 1 1963-64 0.8 4.3 2.5 3. 1- 2.24.12.4
1956-57 to - a 1963-64 ......................%62.568.160.553.771.054.753.9
By sex' - Scion Ic sexe'
Men - Hommes:
1963-64 ......................................................$
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to -1 1963-64 ......................
15,48513,422
10,0908.0377,065
6.557
9.115
0.3 4.3
2.63.4-2.1
3.8
2.3
7.610
Women - Fenames:
1963-64 ......................................................$
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to - I 1963-64......................
12,947
8:82
7.747
4.2
'::
:
1,012
:
By field - Scion he domatne
r
FacultyadrnlnlsUatlon - Adminisiration
de faculté:
1963-64 ...................................................... $15,39
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to -1 1963-84
0.
1966-57 to -1 1963-64 ....- ............... %62.
humanities - Humanités:
1963 - 64 ...................................................... $Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to -1 1963-64
1956-57 to -1 1963-64
Social Sciences - Sciences soclales:
1963-64............ .......................................... $Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to -1 1963-64
1956-57 to - 11983-64
Biological Sciences - Sciences biologisies:
1963 - 64 ...................................................... $increase - Augmentation:
1962-83 to - I 1963-84._
1956-57 to - a 1963-64
Physical Sciences - Sciences physiques:
1963-64...................................................... $Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to- 11963-64
1956-57 to - a 1963-64
See footnotes at end of table.
15,000
3.4
'
-
15,243
'
-
0.6
62.2
I
13,116
9,747
7,736
6.917
6,378
7,852
3.7
69.0
1.5
55.6
2.2
53.3
-1.6
85.6
5.4
60.9
1.7
46.8
13,162
9,942
7,985
6,611
6,606
8,618
3.2
66.7
2.1
59.1
3.5
57.5
-7.5
14.0
3.0
54.0
2.7
54.2
13,846
10,635
8,353
7,100
6,460
9.954
5.1
66.9
3.4
63.4
2.7
53.7
1.4
1.7
53.3
2.1
60.9
13.341
10.045
8,042
7,429
6.450
9,015
3.'?
56. 1
0.9
82.8
5.3
52.3
3.1
57.7
4.4
70.5
2.7j
64.6
Voir renvois
a
'
is fin du tableau.
210
1,871
2,409
1,628
2,504
12
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
TBLE A. Median Salaries of Teachers in Universities and colleges, by Rank, Sex, Field, Region, and Size
of Institution, 1963 -64,. Showing Per Cent Increase over 1962-63 and 1956-57 - Concluded
TABLEAU A. Traitements medians des professeurs d'université et de college, selon le rang, le sexe.
le donaine, La region et l'in'portance de i'institution, 1963 -64, et augmentation
procentuelle sur 1962-63 et 1956-57 - fin
Instructors
AasociateAssistant ProfessorsandAUNumber
Deansprofeasors professors Professors ungraIed 1Lecturersranksreported
Doyens professeurs professeurs professeurs profesaeurs Charges TousNornbre
agr4g6s adjoints non class6s 1derangsdeclare
cours
By region - Selon Ia region
Atlantic Provinces - provinces atlantigues:
1962-64 ...................................................... $
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to - A 1963-64 ...................... %
1956-57 to - A 1963-64 ................... -.
iébec;
1963-64 ...................................................... $
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to - A 1963-64 ......................
1956-57 to - A 1983-64 ...................... %
Ontario:
1963-64 ...................................................... $
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to - A 1963?64 ...................... %
1956-57 to - A 1963-64 ...................... %
Western provinces - provinces de l'Ouest:
1963-64 ...................................................... $
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63to-11963-64
1956-57t0-A1963-64 ...................... %
13,200
11,033
8,818
7,3416,500
5.928
7,807
13.5
85.3
9.1
85.6
4.6
75.6
7.018.2
64.1
6.7
69.4
6.4
61,7
15,214
13,448
10,140
8, 1496,926
6,650
8.875
4.2 12.5
63.3
84.6
3.2-3.2
67.659.8
4.6
82.7
0.1
56.6
-1.0
69.0
15.792
13.735
10,226
8,1588,750
6.538
9.236
- 1.7
40.4
5.8
62.9
4.1
50.1
4.316.7
5.0
54.2
4.1
55.6
15.967
13,338
10.160
6,392
8,897
0.9
50.9
0.3
48.7
1.2
61.7
2.7
66.3
2.3
65.1
7,962
1.73
51.03
876
1,938
3, 124
2,684
By size of Institution - Selon l'Itnportance de l'lnstitutiOn
5.000 and over - et plus:
1963-64 ...................................................... $
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to - A1963-64 ...................... %
1956-57 to - A 1963-64......................
2,000- 4,999:
1963-64 ...................................................... $
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to - A 1963-64.....................
1956-57 to-A 1963-64.....................
1.000 - 1.999:
1963-64 ...................................................... $
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to - A 1963-64 ......................
1956-57 to - A 1963-64 ......................
500-999:
1963-64...................................................... $
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-83 to - A 1963-64.....................
1956-57to--A1963-64 ......... ............
Under - Moms de 500:
1963-64 .............. ....................................... $
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63to-A1963-64 ......................
1956-57 to - A 1963-64....................
16,53613.747 1 10,3038,128
9,5006.558
-0.74.23.33.2
33.65'7.753.247.7
29.13.8
8
57,5
15,214
12.786
9,846
7,918
63.9
2.4
69.7
1.7
62.6
3.4
57.4
12,417
12,158
9.764
7,900
4.3
50.5
0.7
86.5
2.8
76.6
14.800
13,639
10.069
111.4
12.7
101.2
11.667
8
Number reported only.
Data for men and women separately not collected in 1956-57.
Median not calculated: number less than 10
10,917
7.7
72.9i
3.3
67.61
6.385
4.2
55,3
8
8
6.326
3
3.3
51.2
9,2444,592
1.4
49.0
8,7522,124
-0.6
49.0
8,3871,093
3.8
57.1
7.8196,9446,5198.750448
5.910.512.26.7
54. 835. 053.
8,7297,3876,7616,2337,428365
- 5.22.1-0.47.21.9
- 7.4 48.643.385.644. 139.9
60. 9
1
2
Seulement ont tê declares.
Les donnêes thstinctes pour lea hommes et lea femmes n'ont pas tê
recuelilies en 1956-57.
M6diane non calculle: nombre mnferieur A 10.
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
SUMMARY
Salaries (Tables 1- 17)
13
SOMMAIRE
Traitements (tableaux 1 - 17)
Rank
Rang professoral
For the 8,622 university teachers with academic rank, reported as receiving salary at rates
applicable to lay personnel, the median salary in
1963-64 was $8,890. 2.4 p.c. higher than the
median for 1962-63. For deans it was $15,397, for
professors $13,401, for associate professors
$10,067. for assistant professors $7,996, for ungraded professors $7,030, and for lecturers and
instructors $6,471. The 1963-64 median for ungraded professors(a small and heterogenous group)
was 2.2 p.c. lower than for 1962-63. For other
ranks the increase ranged from 4.3 p.c. for professors to 0.8 p.c. for deans. (See Tables A and 1,
and Chart 1.)
Le traitement median des 8,622 professeurs
d'université de rang professoral rémunérés au barème
laic a été de $8,890 en 1963- 1964 et dépassait de
2.4 p. 100 la médiane de 1962- 1963. Ii était de
$15,397 pour les doyens, de $13,401 pour les professeurs titulaires, de $10,067 pour les professeurs
agrégés, de $7,996 pour les professeurs adjoints, de
$7,030 pour les professeurs non classes et de $6,471
pour les charges de cours. La inédiane de 1963- 1964
pour les professeurs non classes (petit groupe
hétérogène) était 2.2 p. 100 inférieure a celle de 19621963. L'augmentation des autres rangs variait de
4.3 p. 100 pour les professeurs a 0.8 p. 100 pour les
doyens. Voir tableaux A et 1, et graphique 1.)
Sex
Sexe
For all ranks combined the median salary for
women was $1,779 lower than that for men. Women
were concentrated in the more junior ranks, as will
be noted later, and hence the median for them was
less. Even for the higher ranks the median for
women tended to be lower. However, equality in
salaries was closest for the higher ranks. (See
Tables 1, 7-11, 12, 17.)
Dans l'ensemble des rangs professoraux, le
traitement median des femmes était inférieur de
$1,779 a celui des hommes. Les femmes se trouvaient
surtout aux rangs inférieurs, comme on le soulignera
plus loin, ce qui a baissé leur médiane; mais méme
aux rangs supérleurs, le traitement tiiédian des femrnes
était en général moms élevé. L'égalité de traitement
était plus apparente aux rangs les plus élevés. (Voir
tableaux 1, 7-11, 12, 17.)
Field
Those engaged primarily In faculty administration (all deans and 27 others were so classified)
had a median salary of $15,243, 0.6 p.c. above
that for 1962- 63. Of the others, teachers in the
biological sciences (including medicine) had the
highest median salary—$9,954, followed by those
In the physical sciences —$9,015, the social
sciences—$8,618, and the humanities—$7,852.
In these four teaching fields, percentage increases
ranged from 1.7 p.c. in the humanities to 3.1 p.c.
in the physical sciences. (See Tables A, 1 and
12, and Chart 1.)
Discipline
Les professeurs QUi s'occupaient surtout de
l'administration des facultés (tous les do,yens et 27
autres) ont touché un traitement median de $15,243,
augmentation de 0.6 p. 100 sur 1962- 1963. Chez les
autres, le plus haut traitement median a dté celui des
professeurs de sciences biologiques (y compris Ia
irtédecine). soit $9,954; venaient ensuite celui des
professeurs de sciences physiques, $9,015, des
sciences sociales, $8,618, et des humanités, $7,852.
Dans ces quatre domaines, l'augmentation procentuelle allait de 1.7 dans les hurnanités 3.1 dans les
sciences physiques, (Voir tableaux A, 1 et 12 et
graphique 1.)
Religious Teachers
Professeurs religieux
The bases on which allowances were reported
for religious teachers varied widely. Some figures
given were estimates of average expenses, some
were amounts actually paid, some were nominal
book entries. Data on 503 such teachers show that
137 of them received no allowance. Median allowance for the other 366 was $1,681 ($1,617 for men
and $4,000 for women.) The median of allowances
reported in 1962-63 was $1,448, but this figure is
not comparable with the 1963-64 median due to
different institutions being included in the two
years and different methods of reporting the allowances. (See Table 3.)
La rémunération des professeurs religleux a été
déclarée selon des fondements très varies. Certains
chifires étaient des estimations des dépenses moyennes, d'autres donnaient le montant effectivement payé
et d'autres étaient un poste purement comptable. Les
donnCes sur 503 professeurs indiquent que 137 d'entre
eux ne recevaient pas de rémunération. La rémunération médiane des 366 autres était de $1,681 ($1,617
pour les hommes et $4,000 pour les femmes). En
1962- 1963, cette médiane était de $1,448, mais ce
chiffre n'est pas comparable 0, Ia mCcliane de 19631964 parce que des institutions différerites étaient
incluses les deux années et que des méthodes différentes servajent a declarer la rémunération. (Voir
tableau 3.)
14
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ART-I
MEDIAN SALARIES OF UNIVERSITY TEACHERS
1956-57 TO 1963-64
TRAITEMENTS MDIANS DES PROFESSEURS D'UNIVERSITE
I956-57 A 1963-64
MEDIAN SALARY-TRAITEMENT MEDIAN
02,0004,0006,0008,00010,00012,00014,00016,000
I
BY SEX
-
SELON LE SEXE
Men
Hommes
Women
Femm es
BY RANK
Dean
Doyrs
-
SELON LE RANG
-
Prof e osors
Professeurs tituioires
Associate Professors
Prof esseurs Ai4gs
- - - -
Assistant Professors
Professeurs Ad joints
Professors,Ungroded - - Prof esseurs,non Casss
Lecturers and Instruc!O,s
Chorgs de COurs
--
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TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
Historical Comparisons
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Comparalsons chronologiques
The DBS publication University Teachers'
Salaries, 1937- 1960 allows historical comparisons
La publication du B.F.S.. Traiternents des profess eurs d'université, 1937- 1960, permet de comparer
to be made of median salaries paid In 17 major
Institutions. The median for all ranks in this group
for 1963-64 was $9,103 ($213 higher than for all
personnel included in the present report). It
exceeded the median for 1962-63 by $209 (2.3 p.c.)
and for 1961-62 by $457 (5.3 p.c.), and was over
two and a half times above that for 1937- 38.
(See Table 2 and Chart 2.)
chronologiquement les traitements medians dans
17 grandes institutions. La médiane de tous les
rangs professoraux de ce groupe, en 1963- 1964, a
été de $9, 103 ($213 de plus que celle de tout le
personnel compris dans le present rapport). Elle
dépassait de $209 (2.3 p. 100) La médiane de 19621963 et de $457 (5.3 p. 100) celle de 1961- 1962;
elle était plus de deux fois et demie celle de 19371938. (Voir tableau 2 et graphique 2.)
Region
Region
For 1962-63, median salaries of all staff
included from Quebec, Ontario, and the Western
Provinces were almost identical ($8,870, $8,878,
and $8,866 respectively), with that for the Atlantic
Provinces ($7,339) much lower. The highest median
In 1963-64 was for Ontario ($9,236), with the
Western Provinces ($8,897) and Quebec ($8,875)
being almost Identical. The 1963-64 median
salary for all staff Included from the Atlantic
Provinces was $7,807. Comparing the 1983- 64 and
1962-63 medians, the increase for the Atlantic
Provinces was 6.4 p.c., for Ontario 4.1 p.c., for
the Western Provinces 0.3 p.c., and for Quebec
0.1 p.c. (See Tables A, 4 and 13, and Chart 1.)
En 1962- 1963, les traitements medians de tout
le personnel inclus du Québec, de 1'Ontario et des
provinces de 1'Ouest étaient presque identiques
($8,870, $8,876 et $8,866 respectivement), mais
celuj des provinces Atlantiques était bien moindre
($7,339). Les médianes les plus êlevées en 1963-1964
ont W celles de l'Ontario ($9,236), des provinces de
I'Ouest ($8,897) et du Québec ($8,875). Le traitement
median de tout le personnel inclus des provinces
Atlantiques était de $7,807 en 1963- 1964. Si l'on
compare les médianes de 1963- 1964 et de 1962- 1963,
la hausse dans les provinces Atlantiques a été d
6.4 p. 100, en Ontario, de 4.1 p. 100, dans les
provinces de I'Ouest, de 0.3 p. 100 et au Québec, de
0.1 p. 100 (voir tableaux A, 4 et 13 et le graphique 1).
Size of Institution
Taille de 1'lnstitutlon
As In 1962-63, eight institutions in 1963-64
had full-time enrolments of over 5,000. The 2,0004,999 category increased in 1963-64 to 12 institutions from 7 in 1962-63, while 11 institutIons
with 1,000- 1,999 students were included in 196364 as compared with 16 in 1962- 63. The number of
institutions with 500- 999 students doubled from 5
to 10 from 1962- 63 to 1963-64 and 25 InstItutions
in 1963- 64 reported less than 500 students as
contrasted with 27 In 1962-63.
Comme en 1962- 1963, huit institutions en 196364 comptaient plus de 5,000 étudiants a plein temps.
Douze institutions (7 en 1962- 1963) en comptaient
2,000-4,999 et 11 (16), 1,000- 1,999. Le nombre
d'institutions comptant 500- 999 étudiants a double de
5 a 10 d'une année a l'autre et 25 (27) ont déclaré
moms de 500 étudiants.
Although a few Institutions which reported In
1963-84 were not included In 1962-63, the main
reason for these changes was Increased enrolment.
Bien que certaines institutians qui ont fait
rapport en 1963- 1964 n'aient pas été incluses en
1962- 1963, la principale raison de ces changements
a été l'accroissement des inscriptions.
As In 1962- 63, the median for all staff
combined was highest for the 5,000 and over
group ($9,244 in 1963- 64). Next highest for 196364 was the 2,000- 4,999 group ($8,752) followed
closely by the 500-999 category ($8,750). Next
were institutions with 1,000- 1,999 students
($8,387) and finally Institutions with less than
500 students ($7,428).
Comme en 1962- 1963, La médiane de tout le
personnel réuni a eté la plus élevée dans les institutions de 5,000 dtudiants et plus ($9,244 en 19631964). Viennent ensuite celles de 2,000-4,999
étudiants ($8,752), de 500-999 étudiants ($8,750), de
1,000- 1,999 étudiants ($8,387) et de moms de 500
étudiants ($7,428).
Increases from 1962-63 to 1963-64 for all
ranks combined ranged from —0.6 p.c. for institutions with 2,000- 4,999 students to 6.7 p.c. for
Institutions with 500-999 students. (See Tables
A, 5 and 14, and Chart 1.)
Les hausses de 1962-1963 a 1963-1964 pour
tous les rangs professoraux réunis ont vane de —0.6
p. 100 pour les institutions de 2,000-4,999 a 6.7 p.
100 pour celles de 500-999 étudiants (voir tableaux
A. 4 et 14 et graphique 1.)
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CHART - 2
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUA LI FICATIONS
GRAPHIQUE -2
MEDIAN SALARIES OF TEACHERS AT 17 UNIVERSITIES BY RANK
1937-38 TO 1963-64
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TRAITEMENTS FT QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
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Control of Institution
Direction de l'instution
Since the first survey in 1956- 57. medians
for all staff combined, at Independent and at state
institutions, have been quite close, and have
been considerably higher than the medians for
church-related in stitutlons. This situation again
prevailed for 1963-64, the median for state
institutions ($9,113) being only slightly higher
than that for independent institutions ($8,999).
Although the median for church-related institutions
was lower at $8,256, its Increase over 1962-83
(3.2 p.c.) was greater than the Increase for state
(2.5 p.c.) or independent (1.3 p.c.) institutions.
(See Tables 6 and 15, and Chart 1.)
Depuis le premier relevO en 1956- 1957, les
riédianes de tout le personnel runi, dans les institutions indépendantes et les institutions d'Etat, ont
été assez semblables et considérablement plus
élevées que celles des institutions religieuses. La
situation est demeurée Ia même en 1963- 1964, la
médiane des institutions d'Etat ($9,113) ne surpassant que légèrement celle des institutions indépendantes ($8,999). Bien que la médiane des institutions
religieuses soit inférieure ($8,256), sa hausse sur
1962- 1963 (3.2 P. 100) a 6t6 plus considerable que
celle des institutions d'Etat (2,5 p. 100) ou ind&
pendantes (1.3 p. 100). (Voir tableaux 6 et 15 et
graphique 1.)
Faculty
Faculté
There is no uniformity in the organization of
universities into faculties, schools and institutes,
so data grouped in this way are only relatively
significant. A tabulation is presented, however,
which Indicates that highest salaries were paid
in faculties of dentistry (median $11,844), followed
by faculties of medicine ($10,923), agriculture
($10,115), and law ($9,947). Other faculties for
which information Is available with median
salaries over $9,000 included, in descending
order, theology, pharmacy, education, and engineering. Those with medians below $8,000 were,
again In descending order, architecture, commerce
and business administration, social work, arts and
science, music, physical and health education,
household science, nursing, and physiotherapy
and occupational therapy.
Vu le manque d'uniformité dans l'organisation
des universités en facultés, écoles et instituts, les
données ainsi groupées n'ont qu'une valeur relative.
On a cependant dressé un tableau qui montre que le
traitement median le plus élevé était celuj des
facultés d'art dentaire ($11,844), suivi de celui des
facultés de médecine ($10,923), d'agriculture ($10,115)
et de droit ($9,947). Les autres facultés dont les
données sont connues et dont les traitements medians
surpassent $9,000 étaient, par ordre descendant, la
théologie, la pharmacie, la pédagogie et le genie.
Celles dont les médianes étaient en-dessous de
$8,000 étaient, dans le même ordre, l'architecture, le
commerce et les affaires, le service social, les arts
et les sciences, Ia musique, la culture physique et
l'hygiène, les sciences rnénagères, les soins infirmiers, la physiothérapie et l'ergothéraphie.
As in previous years, the faculties with a
larger proportion of women were among those
with the lowest median salaries. Between 196 263 and 1963-64, increases in median salaries
ranged from —3.9 In music to 7.9 p.c. in theology.
(See Table 7.)
Comme par les années passées, les facultés
comptant la plus grande proportion de femmes étaient
celles qui avaient les traitements medians les plus
bas. De 1962- 1963 a 1963- 1964, l'augmentation
procentuelle du traitement median a vane de —3.9 p.
100 en musique a 7.9 p. 100 en théologie. (Voir
tableau 7.)
Subject
Matiêre
If the four teaching fields of humanities,
social sciences, biological sciences, and physical
sciences are subdivided into "pure"and "applied"
areas and by subject (ignoring faculty organization), further comparisons of salaries may be made.
La division des humanités, sciences sociales,
sciences biologiques et sciences physiques en
sciences "pures" et "appliquées" et selon la
matiëre (sans tenir cornpte de 1' organisation en
facultés)permet d'autres comparaisons de traitements.
In the humanities, median salaries by subject
were in this order: theology, $9,000; fine arts,
$8,611; classical languages and literature, $8,395;
philosophy, $8,281; fine and applied art, $7,700;
modern languages and literature (including English
and French) $7,636; and music, $7,250. Increases
in median salaries between 1962-63 and 1963-64
varied from —3.3 p.c. for music to 6.8 p.c. for
theology. (See Table 8.)
Dans les humanités, les traitements medians par
matiëre étaient les suivants: théologie, $9,000: beauxarts, $8,611;langueset littératures classiques, $8,395;
philosophie, $8,281; beaux-arts et arts industriels,
$7,700; langues et littératures modernes, dont
l'anglais et le français, $7,636; et musique, $7,250.
Les hausses de traitement median de 1962-63 a
1963-64 ont vane de —3.3 p. 100 en musique a 6.8
p. 100 en théologie (Voir tableau 9.)
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UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
In the social sciences, the order was as
follows: law, $9,553; education, $9,037; sociology
and anthropology, $8,848; psychology, $8,671;
commerce and business administration, $8,663;
economics and political science, $8,587; social
work, $8,538; geography, $8,476; history, $7,875;
physical and health education, $7,846; and household science, $7,735. Increases over 1962-63
medians ranged from -2.4 p.c. for social work to
7.8 p.c. for geography. (See Table 9.)
Dans les sciences sociaies, l'ordre était le
suivant: droit, $9,553; pédagogie, $9,037; sociologie
et anthropologie, $8,848; psychologie, $8,671; commerce et affaires, $8,663; 6conomie et sciences
politiques, $8,587; service social, $8,538; géographie,
$8,476: histoire, $7,875: culture physique et hygiene,
$7,846; et sciences mnagères, $7,735. Les hausses
de la médiane sur 1962- 1963 ont vari de -2.4 p.
100 en service social a 7.8 P. 100 en geographie,
(Voir tableau 9.)
Median salaries in the biological sciences
were: dentistry, $11,618; medicine, $11,112;
agriculture. $10, 133; pure ciological science
(including botany and zoology), $9,756; pharmacy,
$8,938: nursing, $7, 136; and physiotherapy and
occupational therapy, $6,625. Increases over
1962-63 medians ranged from -3.0 p.c. for nursing
to 5.0 p.c. for physiotherapy and occupational
therapy. (See Table 10.)
Les traitements medians dans les sciences
biologiques etaient les suivants:artdentaire. $11,618;
In the physical sciences, mining engineering
led with a median salary of $10,850; followed by
chemical engineering, $9,385; chemistry, $9,276:
geology, $9, 125; physics, $9,039;civil engineering,
$8,988; architecture. $8.925; electrical engineering,
$8,864; mechanical engineering, $8,756; and
mathematics, $8,608. Increases over 1962-63
ranged from 1,1-p.c. for geology to 5.2 p.c. for
mining engineering. (See Table 11.)
Dans les sciences physiques, le genie minier
se classe en tête avec une médiane de $10,850:
suivi du genie chimique. $9,385; de la chimie, $9,276;
de la géologie, $9,125; de la physique, $9,039; du
genie civil, $8,988; de l'architecture, $8,925; du
genie électnique, $8,864; du genie mécanique, $8,756;
et des mathématiques, $8,608. Les hausses sur 19621963 ont vane de 1.1 p. 100 en géologie A 5.2 p. 100
en genie minier. (Voir tableau 11.)
While some of the above medians may seem
too high or too low in relation to others, It should
be borne in mind that they are influenced by the
distribution of faculty by rank in each subject
area. Some areas may have a much larger proportion of junior staff to instruct greatly increasing
enrolment in them. Other areas, especially professional, may require a larger proportion of highly
paid senior staff.
Certaines de ces médianes peuvent sembler trop
élevées ou trop basses par rapport aux autres, majs
il faut se rappeler qu'elles reflètent la repartition de
Ia faculté selon le rang professoral dans chaque
domaine. Certains domaines peuvent avoir une proportion beaucoup plus forte de professeurs de rang
inférieur pour instruire un nombre toujours croissant
d'étudiants. D'autres domaines, particulièrement les
domaines professionnels, peuvent exiger one plus
grande proportion de personnel de rang élevé mieux
rémunéré.
Vears since First Degree
Années depuis le premier grade
As a substitute for a measure of teaching
experience, universities and colleges were asked
to report for each teacher the year In which he
obtained his first university degree -from which
was calculated the number of years since that
award. The median salary of those less than five
years away from the first degree was $6,357. The
greater the number of years since that award, the
greater the median salary-up to the 35-39 years
group ($13,213). In 1962-83 the high group also
represented those 35- 39 years beyond the first
degree, the median being $12,683. (See Table 12,
Chart 3.)
A titre d'indice des années d'enseignement, les
universitêes et colleges devaient declarer l'annéedu
premier grade universitaire de chaque professeur, ce
qui a permis de calculer le nombre d'années depuis le
premier grade. Le traitement median de ceux qui
comptaient moms de 5 ans depuis le premier grade
était de $6.357. 11 augmentait ensuite avec le nonibre
d'années depuis le premier grade, jusqu'au groupe
de 35-39 ans ($13,213). En 1962-1963, le groupe
qui avait le traitement median le plus élevé ($12,683)
était celuj des personnes QUL avaient obtenu leur
premier grade 35-39 ans auparavant. (Voir tableau 12
et graphique 3.)
For men only, the highest median in 1963- 64
was for those 35- 39 years beyond the first degree
($13,583). The highest median for women was
for the 40- 44 year group, it being $11,500.
(See Table 12 and Chart 3.)
Chez les hommes. Ia médiane la plus élevée en
1963- 1964 était celle du groupe de 35-39 ans depuis
le premier grade ($13,583). Chez les femmes, c'était
celle du groupe de 40-44 ans ($11,500). (Voir tableau
12 graphique 3.)
médecine, $11,112; agriculture, $10,133; sciences
biologiques et sciences pures (dont la botanique et
Ia zoologie), $9,756; pharmacie. $8,938; 3oins infirmiers, $7,136; et physiothérapie et ergothérapie,
$6,625. Les hausses de la médiane sur 1962- 1963
ont vane de -3 p. 100 en soins infirmiers a 5 p. 100
en physiothérapie et ergothérapie. (Voir tableau 10.
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
CHART - 3
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GRAPHIQUE -3
MEDIAN SALARIES OF UNIVERSITY TEACHERS-BY YEARS
SINCE AWARD OF FIRST DEGREE,1956-57 TO 1963_64*
TRAITEMENTS MEDIANS DES PROFESSEURS D'UNIVERSITE-SELON LES ANNES
DEPUIS LE PREMIER GRADE.1956-57 'A I963_64*
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*DATA FROM TABLE 12- OAPRESLE TABLEAU 12
Although the nurn ber of those engaged primarily
in faculty administration who had received their
first degrees less than 20 years previously rose
from 19 out of a total of 173 in 196 2- 63 to 32 out
of 210 in 1963-64, the proportion remained small.
iedian salaries ranged from $14,750 for those
20- 24 years beyond that date to $16,500 for those
40- 44 years beyond. In the humanities, median
salaries ranged from $6,203 for those less than
5 years beyond the first degree to $12,444 for
those 35- 39 years beyond. Comparable figures
for the social scier'ces were $6,333 and $12,900
(40-44 years); for the biological sciences $6,532
and $12,875 (35-39 years); and for the physical
sciences $6,536 and $13,125 (40-44 years).
Medians for women were in all cases lower than
those for men. (See Table 12.)
Bien que le nombre des administrateurs de
facultés qui aient obteriu leur premier grade moms
lIe 20 ans auparavant ait augmenté de 19 sur un total
de 173 en 1962- 1963 k 32 sur 210 en 1963- 1964, la
proportion est restée négligeable. Les traitements
medians variaientde $14,750 poui ceux lIe 20-24 ans
a $16,500 pour le groupe de 40-44ans. Dans les
humanités, us variaient lIe $6,203 pour le groupe de
moms de 5 ans depuis le premier grade a $12,444
pour ceux de 35- 39 ans. Voici les chiffres coinparables des autres facultés: sciences sociales,
$6,333 et $12,900 (40-44 ans); sciences biologiques,
$6,532 et $13,875 (35-39 ans), et sciences physiques
$6,536 et $13,125 (40-44 ans). Dans tous les cas,
les médianes des femmes étaient inférieures a celles
des hom.'nes. (Voir tableau 12.)
In the Atlantic Provinces the median salary
for those less than 5 years beyond the first degre€
was $6,035 and the highest median, $10,667, was
for those 35- 39 years beyond that award. In
Quebec the range was from $6,434 to $13,389 (in
the 35- 39 years group); in Ontario $6,414 to
$13,767 (35- 39 years group); and the Western
Provinces $6,398 to $12,917 (in the 40-44 years
group). (See Table 13.)
Dans les provinces Atlantiques, les traitements
medians des professeurs de moms de 5 ans depuis
le premier grade étaient de $6,035 et la plus haute
médiane, de $10,667 pour ceux lIe 35-39 ans depuis
ce grade. Au Québec, l'écart était de $6,434 a
$13,389 (pour le groupe de 35- 39 ans); en Ontario,
ii était de $6,414 a $13,767 (35- 39 ans); et dans
les provinces de l'Ouest,de $6,398 a $12,917 (40-44
ans). (Voir tableau 13.)
Comparison by size of institution reveals
that in universities with enrolment over 5,000 the
range of median salaries was from $6,516 for
those less than 5 years beyond the first degree
to $13,781 for those 35- 39 years beyond. The
range for institutions with 2,000- 4,999 students
was from $6,277 to $12,929 (35-39 years group);
La comparaison selon l'importance de l'institution révèle que, dans celles de 5,000 étudiants et
plus, l'écart du traiternent median allait de $6,516
pour les professeurs lIe moms de 5 ans depuis le
premier grade a $13,781 pour ceux de 35--39 ans.
Dans les institutions de 2,000 a 4,999 étudiants,
l'écart était de $6,277 a $12,929 (35-39 ans); dans
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UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
for those with 1,000- 1,999 students, $6,220 to
$11,000 (35-39 years group); 500-999 students
$6,194 to $13,500 (40-44 years group); and under
500 students $6, 185 to $9,000 (35- 39 years group).
(See Table 14.)
In institutions under state (provincial or
federal) control median salaries ranged from $6,433
for teachers less than 5 years beyond the first
degree to $13,567 (35- 39 years beyond). For
church-related institutions the range was from
$5,981 to $13,000 (45 and more years beyond),
and for independent institutions it was from $6,522
to $13,028 (35-39 years beyond). (See Table 15.)
celles de 1,000 a 1,999 étudiants, de $6,220 a
$11,000 (35- 39 ans); dans celles de 500 a 599
étudiants, de $6,194 a $13,500 (40-44 ans); et dans
celles de moms de 500 etudiants, de $6,185 a $9,000
(35-39 ans). (Voir tableau 14,)
Dans les institutions provinciales ou federales,
le traitement median variait de $6,433 pour les
professeurs de moms de 5 ans depuis le premier
grade a $13,567 (35-39 ans). Dans les institutions
religieuses, l'ecart allait de $5,981 a $13,000 (45 ans
et plus au-delã) et dans les institutions indépendantes, de $6,522 a $13,028 (35-39 ans). (Voir
tableau 15.)
Highest University Degree
Le plus hauL grade universitaire
The median salary of teachers with a Ph.D. or
equivalent degree ($9,827) was higher than the
median for those with a first professional degree
beyond the first bacca1aureat (e.g. usually such
degrees as M.D., D.D.S., D.V.M., B.L.S., B.Ed.,
B.S.W.)-$9,352, and it in turn was higher than
that for those with a master's degree ($7,964) and
a first baccalaureate ($7,669). (See Table 16 and
Chart 1).
Le traitement median des professeurs qui détenaient un Ph.D. ou un grade equivalent ($9,827)
dépassalt celul des professeurs qui detenalent un
premier grade professionnel supérieur au premier
baccalauréat (D.M., D.D.S., D.V.M., B.Biblio.,
B.Péd.. B.S.S.) ($9,352). Ce dernier dépassait celui
des professeurs détenant une mattrise ($7,964) et
un premier baccalauréat ($7,669). (Voir tableau 16
et graphlque 1.)
Another form of salary comparison among
professions is to relate salaries to the number of
years that have elapsed since the award of the
highest earned university degree. For those with
a doctorate, the range was from $8,047 for the
0-4 years group to $13,962 for those 35-39 years
beyond the Ph.D. or equivalent degree. Ranges
for other degrees were: masters-$6,815 (0-4) to
$12,750 (35-39); first professional degree beyond
the first baccalaureate-$6,610 (0-4) to $14,333
(35-39); and first baccalaureate-$6,214 (0-4) to
$12,000 (40-44). (See Table 16A and Chart 4.)
Une autre façon de comparer les traitements
parmi les professions est de relier les traitements
au nombre d'années écoulées depuis l'obtention du
plus haut grade universitaire. Pour ceux qui avaient
un doctorat, 1' écart allait de $8,047 pour le groupe
de 0-4 ans a $13,962 pour celui des 35-39 ans
après l'obtention du doctorat ou d'un grade equivalent.
Volci les écarts des autres grades: ma!trise, $6,815
(0-4) a $12,750 (35-39); premier grade professionnel
après le premier baccalauréat, $6,610 (0-4) a $14,333
(35- 39); et premier baccalauréat, $6,214 (0-4) a
$12,000 (40- 44). (Voir tableau 16A et graphique 4.)
The median salary for men with a Ph.D.
degree was $9,899, and that for women was $8. 500.
For those with a master's degree the medians were
$8,076 for men and $7,457 for women. Medians
were higher for men than for women in each of the
other degree groups. (See Tables 16A and 17.)
Le traitement median des professeurs détenant
un Ph.D. a été de $9,899 chez les hornmes et de
$8,500 chez les femmes. Pour ceux qui avalent une
maltrise, les médianes ont été de $8,076 et de
$7,457. Les médianes pour les hommes étaient plus
élevées que celles des femmes dans chacun des
autres groupes de grade. (Voir tableaux 16A et 17.)
Age (Tables 18- 23)
Age (tableaux 18- 23)
The median age for staff in various categories
has not changed appreciably since the survey for
1956-57. The fact that the median has not gone
up, as would normally be the case if there were
few additions to staff, implies that a large number
of young teachers are being added to the staff complement. This is borne out by an examination of
data for recent years.
L'áge median du personnel des diverses catégories n'a guère change depuis le rapport de 19561957. La rnédiane n'ayant pas monte, comme ii serait
normal si peu de professeurs s'ajoutaient au personnel, ii s'ensuit que le professorat s'enrlchit d'un
grand nornhre de jeunes professeurs. Cest ce que
révèle l'examen des données des récentes années.
The median age of the 9.125 lay and religious
ceachers in the 68 universities and colleges reporting was 39 years. (In 1982-63 It was 39 years).
Of those for whom data on age were given, 2.0 p.c.
were under 25 (1.9 p.c. in 1962-63) and 1.6 p.c.
were at age 65 orover(1.7 p.c.in 1962-63). Those
55 years and over, most of whom might be expected
to retire withIn 10 years, equalled 10,9 p.c. (11.7
L'âge median des 9,125 professeurs 1lcs et
religieux des 68 universités et colleges observes
était de 39 ans (cornme en 1962- 1963). Parmi ceux
dont les données sur Page sont connues, 2 p. 100
avalent moms de 25 ans (1.9 p. 100 en 1962- 1963) et
1.6 p. 100 avaient 65 ans et plus (1.7 p. 100 en 19621963). Ceux de 55 ans et plus, dont la plupart pren•
Iront sans doute leur retraite d'ici 10 ans, repré-
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
CHART- 4
21
(RAPHIO[JF -4
MEDIAN SALARIES OF UNIVERSITY TEACHERS-BY YEARS
SINCE AWARD OF HIGHEST EARNED DEGREE , 1963_64*
TRAITEMENTS MEDIANS DES PROFESSEURS DUNIVERSIT-5ELON LES ANNES
DEPUIS LE PLUS HAUT GRADE UNIVERSITAIRE ACQUIS , 1963_64*
MEDIAN_SALARY TRAITEMENT MDIAN
MEDIAN_SALARY
r
15'000
—15,000
------.-,-.,---
3,000
3,000
7,000
MASTERS DEGREE- MAITRISE
-
I
I
7,000
FIRST PROFESSIONAL DEGREE
BEYOND FIRST BACCALAUREATE
PREMIER GRADE PROFESSIONNEL AU
DELA DU PREMIER BACCALAURAT 5,000
.
FIRST BACCALAUREATE-PREMIER BACCALAUREAT
I
5,000
I
0-45-910-1415-1920-2425-2930-3435-3940-4445+
YEARS SINCE AWARD OF HIGHEST EARNED DEGREE
PLUS RAUT GRADE UNIVERSITAIRE ACQUIS
*DATA FROM TA8LE 16A
-
DAPRES LE TABLEAU I6A
p.c. in 1962-63). Those engaged in faculty administration (almost all of them deans) had a median
age of 51 years; in the humanIties, 39; in the
social sciences, 38; in the biological sciences.
41; and in the physical scIences, 37 years. (See
Table 18.)
The median age of teachers with a doctorate
was 40 years; a master's degree, 37 years; a first
professional degree beyond a first baccalaureate,
39 years; a first baccalaureate, 37 years; and no
university degree 44 years, (See Table 19.)
Comparison of the age distributions of those
teaching various subjects reveals that the median
age of teachers of fine arts, classics, theology,
education, household science, social work, dentistry, medicine, nursing, physiotherapy and
occupational therapy, architecture and mining
engineering was 3 or more years above the median
age for all teachers; while it was 3 or more years
below for teachers of geography, commerce and
business administration, law, physical and health
education, physics, and chemical and electrical
engineering, (See Tables 20- 23.)
sentaient 10.9 p. 100 (11.7 p. 100 en 1962- 1963).
L'ãge median des administrateurs de facultés (la
plupart doyens) était de 51 ans; dans les humanités,
de 39 ans; dans les sciences sociales, de 38 ans;
dans les sciences biologiques, de 41 ans; et dans les
sciences physiques, de 37 ans. (Voir tableau 18.)
L'âge moyen des prof esseurs détenant un doctorat
était de 40 ans; une maltrise, 37 ans; un premier grade
professionnel au-delà du premier baccalauréat, 39
ans; un premier baccalauréat, 37 ans: et aucun grade
unlversitaire, 44 ans. (Voir tableau 19.)
La comparaison de l'âge des professeurs selon
les matières enseignées révèle que l'âge median des
professeurs de beaux-arts, de classiques, de théologie, de pédagogie, de sciences ménagères, de service
social, d'art dentaire, de médecine, de soins infirmiers, de physlothérapie et d'ergothérapie, d'architecture et de genie minier était de 3 ans ou plus audessus de l'âge median de tous les professeurs,
tandis qu'il etalt de 3 ans ou plus en-dessous dans le
cas des professeurs de géographie, de commerce et
des affaires, de droit, de culture physique et
d'hygiène, de physique, et de genie chimique et
electrique. (Voir tableaux 20- 23.)
Years since Award of First Degree (Table 24)
For the 8,807 teachers in all 68 institutions
the median passage of time since award of the first
degree was 14 years (compared with 14 years in
1962-63). For deans (1962-63 medians in parenthesis) it was 28 (29), for professors 26 (27).
associate professors 17 (17), assistant professors
11(11), ungraded professors 15 (13), and lecturers
and Instructors 7 (7).
Années depuis le premier grade (tableau 24)
Pour les 8,07 professeurs des 68 institutions,
le nomore median d'années depuis le premier grade
éta.tt de 14 ans (comme en 1962- 1963); pour les
doyens, ii était de 28 (29); pour les professeurs
titulaires, 26 (27); pour les professeurs agrégés, 17
(17); pour les professeurs adjoints, 11 (11); pour les
professeurs non classes, 15 (13); et pour les charges
de cours, 7 (7).
22
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
GRAPH IQUE-5
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF UNIVERSITY TEACHERS BY RANK AND SEX,
1960-61 TO 1963 - 64*
REPARTITION PROCENTUELLE DES PROFESSEURS D'UNIVERSITESUIVANT LE RANG ET LE SEXE.
1960 - 6 1 4 1963-64
RANK
RANG
MEN-HOMMES I96061
06YENS
I.
WOMEN-FEMMES
k960 - 61 '
::ii::.
I
_____
ASSOCIATE
PROFESSORS
I
ps
_
_
AGRGS
ASSISTANT
PROFESSORS
PROFESSEURS
ADJOINTS
PROFESSORS.
F'77UNGRADED
PROFESSEUR$
LNON CLASSES
I
j
INSTRUCTORS
50403020100
1
01020304050
PERCENTAGE - POURCENTAGE
DATA FROM TABLES I AND 2 - DAPRES LES TABLEAUX I ET 2
Comparison by field shows that, on the
average, those engaged in faculty administration
had obtained the first university degree 28 years
earlier. In the humanities the median was 14, In
the social sciences 13, in the biological sciences
16, and in the physical scIences 13. (See Table 24.)
La corriparalson par domaine indique que, en
moyenne, les administrateurs de faculté avaient
obtenu leur premier grade universitalre 28 ans
auparavant. Dans les humanités, la médiane étalt
de 14; dans les sciences soclales, 13; dans les
sciences biologlques, 16; et dans les sciences
physiques, 13. (Voir tableau 24.)
Distribution of University Teachers by Rank,
Sex and Field
Repartition des professeurs selon le rang, le grade,
le sexe et le domalne
Rank
Of the 8,662 teachers (excluding deans and
ungraded professors) reported in the four main
teaching categories, 20 p.c. were "full" professors, 25 p.c. associate professors, 34 p.c. assistant professors, and 21 p.c. instructors and lecturers. The percentages In 1962-63 were 22, 26,
33, and 19. (See Table 18.)
Degree
By highest earned university degree, 8,937
teachers (excluding 188 for whom no Information
was reported) were distributed as follows: doctorate 44.4 p.c., master's degree 34.6 p.c., first
professional degree beyond the first baccalaureate
6.7 p.c., baccalaureate 12.8 p.c., and no university
degree 1.5 p.c. In 1962-63 the percentages were
44.7, 33.1. 7.1, 13.6 and 1.5. (See Taole 19 and
Chart 6.)
Rang professoral
Sur les 8,662 professeurs (A l'excluslon des
doyens et des professeurs non classes) déclarés
dans les quatre rangs principaux, 20 p. 100 éta.tent
titulalres, 25 p. 100 agrégés, 34 p. 100 adjoints et
21 p. 100 charges de cours. Les pourcentages en
1962- 1963 étalent de 22, 26, 33 et 19. (Voir tableau
18.)
Grade
Voici la repartition procentuelle des 8,937
professeurs (a 1' exclusion de 188 pour lesquels aucun
renseignement n'a etê reçu) selon le plus haut grade
universitaire: doctorat, 44.4 matrise, 34.6, premier
grade professionnel au-dela du premier baccalauréat,
6.7. baccalauréat, 12.8, et aucun grade universitaire,
1.5. En 1962- 1963, les pourcentages étaient 44.7,
33.1, 7.1, 13.6 et 1.5, (Voir tableau 19 et graphique 6.)
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES CHART-6
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF UNIVERSITY TEACHERS
BY HIGHEST EARNED DEGREE 1 1963_1964*
RPARTITION PROCENTUELLE DES PROFESSEURS DUNIVERSITE
SUIVANT LE PLUS HAUT GRADE UNIVERSITAIRE ACQUIS,1963_1964*
ALL RANKS—TOIJS PANGS
FIRST BACCALAUREATE
PREMIER BACCALAUR AT
NO UNIVERSITY DEGREE I 5%
PASOEGRADEUNIVEPSITAIPE I 5%
FIRST PROFESSIONAL DEGREE
BEYOND THE FIRST BACCALAUREATE
PREMIER GRADE PROFESSIONNEAU
DELADUPREMIERBACCALAUR AT
oocio:rs
DOCTORAT
MASTERS DEGREE
MAITRISE
DEANS
DOYENS
S
PROFESSORS
PROFESSEURS rITULAIRES
3%
ASSOCLATE PROFESSORS
PROFESSEURS AGRGS
PROFESSORS UNCRADED
PROFESSEURS NON CLASSES
-
04%
ASSISLANT PROFESSORS
PROFESSEURS ADJOINTS
INSTRUCTORS NO LECTURERS
CHARS DE COUPS
46%
9'o
*
DATA FROM 7A8LL INjARS LETA8LEAU 19
EXCLUDES STAFF FOR WHOM NO INFORMATION WAS REPORTED.— SANS LE PERSONNEL AU SUIET DUQUEL IL NYG PAS EU DE RAPPORT
23
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
24
Sex
Sexe
Of the total of 9,125 full-time teachers
reported In 1963-64, men numbered 8,063 (88.4 p.c.)
and women 1,062 (11.6 p.c.). In 1962-63 the
percentages were 88.7 and 11.3.
Les 9,125 professeurs a plein temps déclarés
en 1963- 1964 comprenaient 8,063 (88.4 p. 100)
honimes et 1,062 (11.6 p. 100) femrnes. En 1962-1963,
les pourcentages êtaient 88.7 et 11.3.
Of the men, 2.5 p.c. were deans; of the women,
0.9 p.c. The proportions In the other ranks were:
professor, 20.9 p.c. of the men and 6.6 p.c. of the
women: associate professor, 25.1 p.c. and 16.4
p.c.; assistant professor, 31.7 p.c. and 32.4 p.c.;
ungraded professors, 3 p.c. and 0.8 p.c.: and
lecturer or instructor, 16.8 p.c. and 42.9 p.c.
(See Tables 1 and 3, and Chart 5.)
Chez les hommes, 2.5 P. 100 étaient doyens, et
chez les femmes, 0.9 p. 100. Les proportions des
autres rangs étaient les suivantes: professeurs titulalres, 20.9 p. 100 des hommes et 6.6 V. 100 des
femmes; professeurs agrégés, 25.1 et 16.4 p. 100;
professeurs adjolnts, 31.7 et 32.4 p. 100; professeurs
non classes, 3 et 0.8 P. 100 et charges de cours,
16.8 et 42.9 p. 100 (Voir tableaux 1 et 3 et graphique
5.)
The proportions of the 7,468 men and the
971 women paid on a basis applicable to lay
personnel, holding the various university degrees
(excluding 142 men and 41 women for whom no
information on degrees was reported) was as
follows: doctorate 47.8 p.c. of the men and 23.7
p.c. of the women; master's degree, 32.6 p.c.
and 43.7 p.c.: first professional degree beyond
the first baccalaureate, 6.9 p.c. and 5.5 p.c.; first
baccalaureate, 11.6 p.c. and 21.7 p.c.; no university degree, 1.1 p.c. and 5.4 p.c. (See Table 17.)
Voici les pourcentages des 7,468 hommes et
971 femmes rémunérés a. l'échelle laique, selon les
divers grades universitaires (a. l'exclusion de 142
hommes et de 41 femmes dont les données relatives
aux grades ne sont pas disponibles): doctorat,
47.8 p. 100 des hommes et 23.7 p. 100 des femmes;
maltrise, 32.6 et 43.7 p. 100; premier grade professionnel au-delâ du premier baccalauréat, 6.9 et
5.5 p. 100; premier baccalauréat, 11.6 et 21.7 p.
100: aucun grade universitaire, 1.1 et 5.4 p. 100,
(Voir tableau 17.)
Field
Domalne
Division of the 9,125 teachers by field was as
follows for 1963-64 (1962-63 percentages shown
In parentheses): faculty administratIon 2.7 p.c.
(2.5 p.c.), humanities 23.9 p.c. (23.5 p.c.), social
sciences 27.3 p.c. (26.3 p.c.) biological sciences
18.0 p.c. (18.5 p.c.), and physical sciences 28.1
p.c. (29.2 p.c.) (See Table 18.)
Voici la repartition procentuelle des 9,125
professeurs en 1963- 1964, selon le domaine: adrninistration de faculté, 2.7 (2.5 en 1962-1963);
huinanités, 23.9 (23.5); sciences sociales, 27.3
(26.3); sciences biologiques, 18 (18.5); et sciences
physiques, 28.1 (29.2). (Voir tableau 18.)
Teacher-Student Ratio (Table 25)
Rapport des prolesseurs aux étudlants (tableau 25)
Estimated total enrolment of full-time undergraduate and graduate students, 1963-64 in the
68 InstItutions on which this report is based was
132,650. If this figure is compared with that of the
9, 125 teachers with ranks of instructor and lecturer
or higher reported as being full-time, it would
appear that for all Institutions included in this
survey the ratio of such teachers to students was
1:14.5 (1:14.5 in 1962-63). Region variations were
between 1:12.7 in Ontario and 1:15.5 in Quebec.
Le nombre total d'êtudiants sous-dlplômes et
diplömês a. plein temps dans les 68 institutions
observées Ici était d'environ 132,650 en 1963- 1964,
Si l'on compare ce chiffre aux 9,125 personnes a.
plein temps qul ont an moms le rang de chargées de
cours, 11 semble que pour l'ensemble des institutions
observées il y avait un professeur pour 14.5 étudiants
(1:14.5 en 1962- 1963). La proportion varlait de
1:12.7 en Ontario a 1:15.5 au Québec.
As It Is known that a certain numoer of fulltime staff below the rank of instructor or lecturer
were omitted In the returns made, and as the
teacher-student ratio may vary in those institutions
not included, estimates for the total number of
full-time teachers in all Canadian Institutions have
not been made.
Comme on salt qu'un certain nombre de professeurs a plein temps de rang lnférieur a. celui de
charge de cours ont été omis dans les réponses et
que le rapport des professeurs aux étudiants peut
varier dans les institutions omises, on n'a pas estimé
le nombre total de professeurs a. plein temps dans
toutes les Institutions canadlennes.
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UN! VERSITES
25
Highest Earned University Degree
Plus haut grade universitane obtenu
Of the total of 8,937 persons included In
this survey for whom information on degrees was
reported. 44.4 P.C. had a doctorate (44.7 P.C. in
1962-63). The percentages of doctorates held by
all staff ranged from 50.3 p.c. in Ontario and
48.0 p.c. In the Western Provinces to 35.9 p.c.
in Quebec and 33.0 p.c. in the Atlantic Provinces.
The Western Provinces had the highest percentage
of deans and full professors with doctorates
(61.1 p.c. and 68.6 p.c. respectively) while
Ontario had the highest percentage of associate
professors and assistant professors with a PH.D.
or equivalent degree (67.7 P.c. and 51.1 p.c.).
Among lecturers and instructors, the highest
percentage of doctorates was in Quebec (12.2 p.c.),
(See Table 26.)
Sur les 8,937 professeurs observes, 44.4 p. 100
avalent Un doctorat (44.7 p. 100 en 1962- 1963). Les
pourcentages de doctorats détenus par tout le personnel varialent de 50.3 en Ontario et 48 dans les
provinces de 1'Ouest a 35.9 p. 100 au Québec et
33 dans los provinces Atlantiques. Los provinces
de 1'Ouest avaient le plus fort pourcentage de doctorats chez les doyens et les professeurs titulaires
(61.1 et 68.6 p. 100 respectivement) et l'Ontario avait
le plus haut pourcentage de doctorats chez les professeurs agrégés et les professeurs adjoints (67.7 et
51.1 p. 100). Le plus haut pourcentage de doctorats
chez los charges de cours (12.2) a été marqué au
québec. (Voir tableau 26.)
About one-third of the staff reported with
doctorates (30.4 p.c.) or master's degrees (35.5
p.c.) earned them in the five-year period from
1959- 1963. Although the majority of these persons
were new additions to the teaching staff during
the five years, others included in this group were
older teachers who completed advanced degree
requirements either while on leave or in addition
to their teaching duties. (See Table 16A.)
Environ le tiers du personnel ayant un doctorat
(30.4 P. 100) ou une mattrise (35.5 p. 100) les ont
obtenus au cours des cinq ans de 1959 A. 1963. Bien
que la majorité d'entre eux fussent de nouvelles
recrues a i' enseignement durant les cinq années,
les autres comprenaient des professeurs plus âgés
qul ont répondu aux exigences en vue d'un grade
supérieur soit a la faveur d'un congé ou pendant
qu'lls enseignalent. (Voir tableau 16A.)
26
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
TABLE 1. SalarIes of University Teachers-by Rank, Field. Sex, and Size of Institution,
I9364l, 2
Professors 4 Assoc late Professors
Deans 3
Salary range chelle de traitement No.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Doyens' Professeurs tltu'eires 4Professeurs agrgs
I
MF
Median salary - Traitement m&tian:
1963-64..............................................................$
1962-63..............................................................S
1950 - 61.............................- ...............................$
1958-59..............................................................$
1956-57..............................................................$
Increase - Augmentation:
1963-64..................................%
1962-63 to
Median salary by size of Institution - Traitement mdlan suivant la taille de l'institutlon:
5,000 and over - et plus ..................................$
2,000-4,999........................................................$
1,000-1,999........................................................$
500-999........................................................$
Under - Momsle 500 ........................................$
-a
3
2
1
-
15,465
15,432
14,478
12,250
6
0.3
6
18,679
15.286
12,417
14.800
11,667
26
8
20
28
60
116
284
418
372
117
68
40
4
3
2
9
14
10
24
34
27
14
12
10
6
7
1
1
-
7
6
I
I
T34FT
All fields - Tous do!n5lnes
14
-
$20,000 and over - et plus ........................................... 14
19,000419,999............................................................. 9
18,000-18,999............................................................. 14
17,000-17,999............................................................. 10
16,000-16,999............................................................. 24
15,000-15.999............................................................. 33
14,000-14,999............................................................. 24
13,000- 13,999............................................................. 14
12,000-12,999............................................................. 12
11,000-11.999..............................................................8
10,000-10,099.............................................................. 6
9,000-9.999........................................................
8,000-8.999.............................................................. 1
7.000-7,999........................................................
6,000-6.999........................................................ ..... 5,000-5,999........................................................ ..... 4 ,000 -4.999........................................................ ..... 3 ,000 -3,999........................................................ ..... 2 ,000 -2,999........................................................ ..... Under - Mains de $2,000 ...................................... ..... Number reported - Noinbre dc1ar .............................. 176
I
34F
T
1
1
3
6
20
19
8
5
1
-
26
8
20
29
61
119
290
438
391
125
73
41
4
3
2
-
-
2
1
8
2
5
22
75
336
575
778
103
38
1
1
34
36
71
13
8
-
2
1
8
2
5
22
76
370
611
849
116
46
1
2
-
2
183
1,567
64
1,631
1,949
163
2,112
15,397
15,273
14,370
12,150
9,475
13,422
12,869
12,225
10,036
,.
12,947
12,423
11,864
9,682
,.
13,401
12.848
12,211
10.019
7,973
10,090
9,837
9,406
7,952
..
9.852
9,675
9,183
7,688
..
10,067
9.821
9,384
7,928
6,273
0.3
4.3
4.2
4.3
2,6
1.8
2.5
13,53613,77413.21413,74710,32010,11310,303
15,21412.80312 40012,7889.8729,5009,846
12.41712.206 12,1589,8007,9299,764
-14,80013,531613,6399,982'10,069
-11.66711,0836 10.9178,7508,6678,729
6
6
6
IFaculty administration7 - Administration de la faculté
33 $20,000 and over - et plus ...........................................14
34
19,000-$19,999.............................................................9
18,000-18.999............................................................. 14
35
17,000-17,999............................................................. 10
36
37
16,000-16,999............................................................. 24
38
15,000-15.999............................................................. 33
39
14.000-14.999............................................................. 24
13,000-13.999............................................................. 14
40
41
12,000- 12,999............................................................. 12
42
11.000-11.999............................................................. 8
43
10.000-10,999...................................- ........................ 6
44
9 1 000-9 1 999............................................................. 6
8,000-8,999............................................................. 1
45
7,000-7,999............................................................. 1
46
6,000-5,999........................................................ .....47
5,000-5,999............................................ .......... .....48
49
4,000-4,999........................................................ .....50
3,000-3,999........................................................ .....2,000-2,999........................................................ .....51
Under - Moms de $2.W0 ...................................... .....52
53 Number reported - Nombre dc1ar ............................... 176
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
Median salary - Traltement median:
1963-64..............................................................$
1962-63..............................................................8
1960-61 ..............................................................$
$
1958-59.............................................
1956-57..............................................................$
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-83 to - $ 1962-64 ..................................%
Median salary by size of Institution - Tralternent median sujvant Is laiUe de l'mnstitution:
5,000 and over - et plus ..................................$
2.000-4.999 ........................................................$
1,000-1.999 ............................................... .......$
500-999....................................... .... ...........$
1Under - Moms de 500 .......................- ...............$
Notes foUow the last table.
15,485
15,432
14,478
12,250
1
3
2
1
14
9
14
10
24
34
21
14
12
10
6
7
1
1
2
2
3
4
2
2
1
-
7
183
18
6
6
6
-.
0.3
6
16,679
15,286
12,417
14,800
11,667
6
15,000
15000
13,833
0.8
0.0
16,536
6
6
15,397
15273
14: 3 70
12,150
9.475
6
I
.-
-
-
-
-
2
2
3
4
2
2
1
-
2
1
2
-
-
2
1
2
-
-
18
5
-
-
15 000
14500
13:500
16
6
-
151250 -
15,214 12,4171
-14, 800
-11,6671
-
3•4
I
15,250
-
I
-
•
'
5
6
6
6
6
6
-
6
-
I
-
-
TRAJTEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES 27
TABLEU 1. Traite'nents des professeurs d'universit -selon le rang, le dornaine, Ia sexe,
et l'irnporance de I'institution, 1963_641,3
35jsaflt Professors
Professors, ungraded 6
-
J
F
M
Lecturers and Instructors
-
Professeurs adjoints
-
T
M
F
T
J
M
T
Pall rields
Total
-
Charges de cours
Professeurs, non classs 5__-
-
M
T
F
Tous do,naines
-
-
-
-
-
-
-.
-
-
-
-.
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-.
-.
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
2
I
3
7
8
24
2
1
3
-
7
-
9
26
4
-.
-
2
4
I
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
17
3
2
-
19
4
2
-
-
-
-
-
-
10
5
13
26
55
241
661
238
28
9
3
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
47
1
2
2
1
3
2
226
984
1.064
143
18
98
162
40
51
244
1,062
1,226
183
4
3
7
-
1
4
-
7
18
31
42
-
2
2
2
1
2,493
328
2.821
132
8
8.037
7,772
7,479
6,472
7.747
7.641
7,381
6.348
7.996
7,758
7,469
6.458
5,201
7.065
7,218
6,115
L4.932
6 750
1
'
'
..
3.4
1.4
3.1
-2.1
8,153
7.952
7,977
7,823
7,479
7,957
7,811
7,333
7,800
6,818
8.128
7.918
7.900
7,819
7,387
9,500
6,944
6,786
..
6
-
6
-
3
3
4
7
18
33
44
-
1
-
1
1
5
51
198
137
41
7
-
4
1
10
5
152
322
462
480
492
14
27
60
292
859
375
69
16
3
713
1.083
1,145
1.378
849
259
33
13
3
-
4156
9331
21483
21501
47539
6
7
8
9
10
-
46759 11
921.175
12
1161.261
13
2231,601
14
2401.089 15
142401
16
4275 17
720 18
-319
-
-20
-
7,610
1,0128,622
21
7,030
7,185
6,154
4.909
4,111
6,557
6318
5,808
5.255
6,182
5,857
5,426
4.673
6,471
6,217
5.716
5.144
4,184
9,115
8,907
8,379
7,304
7,3368,890
7,2108,685
7,0088,151
6,0007,136
..
5,775
22
23
24
25
26
-2.2
3.8
5.5
4.1
2.3
1,72.4
27
9,500
6,646
6,492
6.408
6,659
6.339
6,357
5,811
5,909
5,900
5,375
9,510
8,928
8,643
8,969
7,494
7,5609,244
7,1078,752
6,9318,387
6,8648.750
6,9337,428
28
29
30
31
32
..
6,944
6,761
-
..
6,558
6,385
6,326
6,519
6,233
..
Adminisfratlon do Is facu1t'
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
15
9
15
12
26
-
1
3
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
36
26
18
14
11
-
-
-
-
8
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
16
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
2
2
2
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
15,319
15,313
14,385
12,095
-
-
-
-
-
-
0.0
-
-
-
-
-
16
-
6
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
notei sont donnes aprês le dernier tableau.
2
-
1
-
-
203
-
-
-
-
-
16
-
1
2
I
-
Les
1
2
3
4
5
-
1,735
-
-
-
40
19
34
140
195
-
442
-
-
NO
1,293
-
-
2
-
40
19
34
39
94
T
140
Fcufty admtnistzation'
66
J
F
(
16,357
15,000
12.333
14.800
11.687
7
1533
934
1535
1238
2637
3738
3139
1840
1441
1342
843
844
145
246
147
-48
-49
-50
-51
-52
210 53
54
15,243
15,146
55
58
14.250
51
12.000
9.40058
6
6
6
0.659
6
'
6
-
16,214
14.958
12,333
14,800
11,687
60
61
62
83
64
28
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
TABLE 1. Salaries of University Teachers-by Rank, Field, Sex, and Size of Institution,
1963 -64' - Continued
Professors4 Associate Professors
Deans'
Salary range Echelle de traitement
No.
I
DOyens3 Professeurs titulaires' Professeurs agrégés
MFTMF
7T
TMF
Humanities' - Humanités'
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
$20,000 and over - et plus ......................................
19,000-$19,999......................................................
18.000- 18999......................................................
17,000 -17.999............................................... ....
16,000- 16.999......................................................
15.000-15.999......................................................
14.000-14.999......................................................
13.000- 13,999......................................................
12.000-12,999... ................................................
11,000-11.999......................................................
10.000-10.999......................................................
9.000-9,999......................................................
8,000-8,999......................................................
7,000-7,999......................................................
6.000-6,999......................................................
5,000-5,999......................................................
4.000-4,999......................................................
3,000-3.999......................................................
2,000-2.999......................................................
Under - Moms de $2,000 ....................................
Number reported - Nombre dc1ar4 .... ...................
Median salary - Traitement median:
1963-64..............................................................$
1962-63.......................................
$
1960-61..............................................................$
1958-59..............................................................$
1956-57..............................................................$
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to - a1963-64 ..................................
Median salary by size of institution - Traitenient median suivant is tail le de l'institution:
5,000 and over - et plus ..................................$
2.000.4.999......................................................$
1,000-1.999......................................................$
500-999......................................................$
Under - Moms de 500 ......................................$
23
11
2
1
2
-
3
13
20
42
82
63
37
24
11
2
1
2
1
1
10
4
3
1
34
-
-
1
10
32
74
155
29
15
5
12
17
1
4
-
-
-
1
10
37
86
172
30
19
-
11-I1
281I20I301I316 I39I355
13,104 13,20013,116 9,7359,8539,747
12,653 12,50012,643 9,5929,6439,591
12,02012,14312.030 9,1068,8899,081
7,7027.5837,689
9,878
9,833
9,875
7,762
-.6.265
3.6
-
-
-
5.6
''
•
•6
13, 585
12,705
10,708
14,200
10.250
Social Sciences'
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
-
3
13
19
41
72
59
-
3.7
13, 548
12,739
10,750
14. 100
10.300
1.52.21,5
10, 027
9,638
9.306
9.792
8.444
9,909
6
6
6
10,000
9.669
9.263
9.875
8.450
Sciences soclales'
$20,000 and over - et plus ......................................
19.000-$19,999 ......................................................
I18,000- 18,999......................................................
17,000-17,999......................................................
16.000-16,999......................................................
15,000-15,999......................................................
14.000- 14,999......................................................
13.000-13,999......................................................
12,000-12.999......................................................
11,000-11,999......................................................
10,000-10.999......................................................
9,000-9,999......................................................
8.000-8.999......................................................
7.000-7,999......................................................
6,000-6,999......................................................
48
5,000-5.999......................................................
49
4,000-4,999......................................................
50
3,000-3,999......................................................
2,000-2,999......................................................
51
Under
- Moths de $2,000....................................
52
53 Number reported - Nombre declare .......................
Median salary - Traitement median:
54
1963-64..............................................................$
1962-63..............................................................$
55
56
1960-61..............................................................$
57
1958-59..............................................................$
58
1956-57..............................................................$
Increase - Augmentation:
59
1962-63 to - a 1983-64 ..................................%
Median salary by size of Institution - Traitement median suivant Ia taille de i'institution:
80
5,000 and over - et plus ..................................$
61
2.000-4,999 ......................................................$
1.000-1.999 ......................................................$
62
63
500-999...... . ............... . ............................... $
Under - Moms de 500......................................$
64
Notes follow the last table.
12
31
58
99
108
26
18
9
1
1
1
1
4
3
11
2
3
-
13
32
62
102
119
28
21
9
1
1
1
-
2
17
79
147
226
33
12
-
1
19
15
33
5
2
1
-
2
18
98
162
259
38
14
386 I25 1391 I517 I75 I592
---
13.20212,68213,1629,9459,9249.942
---12,78712.33312,7579,7419.7319,739
---12.20311.40012,1629,3529.2599.336
---9,9299,5839.8997,9677.5887,899
'7,894...6,247
---3.22.83.22.12.02.1
---13,60013. 00013, 57310. 14110, 167 10,145
---12,486612,4629,866 9.823
---11,000
ii. 3339.316'9,289
a13, 87510,136610,273
---13,688
---13,000612.7508.786•8.800
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES 29
TABLEAU 1. Traitements des prolesseurs d'universlté- selon le rang, le domaine, le sexe
et l'importance de l'lnstttution, 1963 -64'.' - suite
-
Lecturers and Instructors
Assistant ProfeSsors
Professors, ungraded'
Professeurs adjoints
Professeurs non class8s'
Ml
-
FIT
MI
I
Humanities'
---
---1
2
3
16
169
239
53
2
22
38
24
3
--
--
484
7.782
7.602
7.314
6.295
----
---2
-
2
3
17
191
277
77
5
1
2
3
10
11
23
8
--
-1
-
88
572
61
7,447
7,250
6,833
6,115
7,736
7,566
7.279
6,276
5,045
6,935
7,079
5,818
4,500
2.4
2.7
7,888
7,744
7.654
7,556
7.700
7,813
7.312
7 188
-----
1
4
2
9
49
284
312
48
7.878
I7.703
7.574
I7,542
L_7,423
'
----
2.2
1
1
10
54
58
8
--
1
--
6
*
..
---
6,750
'
24
7,982
7,704
7.418
6,399
8,000
7.759
7,439
6,390
7,985
7,713
7,421
6,397
5,071
6,625
7.125
6,500
5,722
3.6
3.1
3.5
8.115
7,881
7.770
8, 143
7,455
8,198
7.808
7 444
8,131
7.873
7,707
8,125
7,417
-
7.0
' 6
6,250
63
43
12
3
--
1
8
4
80
316
143
22
4
1
3
13
19
43
73
69
69
103
192
214
336
331
110
10
3
1
-1
1
10
4
9
13
19
23
52
88
47
12
3
-
282
6.917
7,026
5,864
4,450
3,727
6,441
6,125
5.573
5,029
6, 127
5,750
5.054
4,409
6,378
6,050
5,500
4.900
3.964
8,016
7,857
7,456
6,584
6,898
6,750
6,316
5,783
..
..
-
-
..
..
22
23
24
25
26
2.0
2.2
1.7
27
6.833
6.731
6,483
6.418
6.452
6,265
6,375
6,319
5,675
6,111
6,429
6.446
6,289
6,375
6,313
6,269
8,242
8,254
7,770
7,794
7.326
7,119
6,625
6,781
7,000
6.750
8.033
7,986
7,588
7,675
7,1
28
29
30
31
32
6
- Sciences socisles'
----7
4
9
12
37
85
182
50
6
1
2
-
----1
-5
---
1
-1
-
7
4
10
12
42
106
251
106
17
3
2
1
12
32
58
102
138
111
184
298
356
413
238
56
6
2
2
21
69
56
11
2
-
-
-
---1
1
4
3
12
22
20
43
64
81
78
56
11
2
--
165
560
2,011
398
-
6,611
7.147
6,500
5,722
5,800
6.761
6.575
6,250
5,349
6.196
5.929
5,568
4,810
6,606
6,411
6,014
5,221
4,289
8.810
8,627
8,162
7,057
7.642
7,507
7,214
6,240
Les notes 8001 données après is demler tableau.
7.852
7,723
7,353
6,495
5.349
5.4
395
-•-
135
206
447
838
739
7810
116 11
211 12
237 13
388 14
419 15
157 16
22 17
618
119
-20
1.871 121
6.6
25
..
--3423
5.2
1
6
No
1.6
-1
--
..
1
7
4
70
253
100
10
1
1
----
1.589
---
"
"
----1
-10
579
1
2
1
3
9
6
841
----
T
12
"
132
- Humanités'
F
447
----2
-
709
Ml
64
Social Sciences'
---
j T
--
---1
4
3
10
59
338
370
56
Total
-
-
6
'
'
6,833
2
2
3
10
11
24
9
3
2.2
---
•
---2
-
1
..
-
---1
--1
6
F
TfM
Fl
-
Charges de cours
-
7.5
6
-
6,300
..
..
..
133
134
35
136
1337
3338
6239
105 40
150 41
133 42
204 43
341 44
420 45
494 46
316 47
112 48
1749
450
251
52
2,409 53
-
-
..
8,618
8,388
7,931
6,885
5,589
54
55
56
57
58
2.8
4.5
3.0
2.1
1.8
2.7
59
6.878
6,553
6,482
8,900
6,286
61390
6,136
5,722
5 1 563
6,699
6,474
6,344
7.250
6,062
9.057
8.643
7,842
9,826
7.528
7,908
7,437
7,167
6,500
7,000
8,831
8,495
7.725
9,543
7,500
60
61
62
63
64
30
LNIVE RSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
TABLE 1. Salaries of University Teachers-by Rank, Field, Sex, and Size of Institution,
1963641,2 - Conclud€d
Professors' Associate Professors
Peans 3
Salary range
Doyens 3
I I
Ichelle de traltement M
No.
F
Professeurs titulalres 4Professeurs agrégés
I
I
TM IF
MF
T
Biological Sciences'- Sciences blologiques'
I
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
-
$20.000 and over et plus.......................................
19000-$19.999 .........................................................
18,000 18999 .........................................................
17.000- 17.999 .........................................................
16000- 16,999 .........................................................
15.000- 15,999 .........................................................
14,000-14,999 .........................................................
13.000- 13,999 .........................................................
12,000-12,999 .........................................................
11,000-11,999 .........................................................
10,000-10,999 .........................................................
9,000-9,999 .........................................................
8,000-8,999 ........................................................
7,000-7,999
6,000 - 6.999 ........................................................
5,000-5,999 ........................................................
4.000 -4,999
3,000 - 3,999 .........................................................
2,000-2,999 .........................................................
Under - Moms de $2,000 .......................................
Number rex,rted - Nombre dclarê .........................
Traitement median:
Median salary
1963 -64 .............................................................. $
1962-63.............................................................. $
1960-61 ..............................................................$
1958-59...................................................... ........$
1956-57..............................................................$
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to -81963 -64 ..................................%
Median salary by size of institution - Traltement mdian sulvant in taille de l'instltutlon:
5.000 and over - et plus ..................................$
2,000 - 4,999 ........................................................$
1,000- 1.999 ........................................................$
500-999 ........................................................$
Under - Moms de 500 ......................................$
-
............................
............................
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
--
22
12
5
20
34
87
109
74
16
10
1
1
1
1
1
5
3
3
1
-
-
-
.........................................................
.........................................................
-
-
...................
Notes follow the last table.
--
--
--
-
-
-
--
22
7
12
5
20
35
88
114
77
19
10
2
1
1
1
8
1
5
13
31
113
131
109
9
4
-
-
-
I
-
1
8
1
5
13
31
121
137
126
14
4
8
6
17
5
-
399
14
413
426
36
462
13,885
13,226
12,505
10,492
13,000
12,438
11,750
11.846
13,175
12482
10,477
8.294
10,695
10,344
9,743
8,147
9,765
9,567
9,192
7,857
10,635
10,288
9,683
8,125
6.509
..
..
..
..
5.0
4.5
5.1
3.4
2.1
3.4
14,100
13,605
13, 525
13,250
14.045
13,525
13. 525
10,775
10,167
10,795
10,167
9,200
10,737
9,964
10,773
Physical Sciences'
33 $20,000 and over et plus.......................................
34
19,000-$19,999.........................................................
18.000- 18,999.........................................................
35
36
17,000-17,999
37
16,000- 16,999
15.000-15,999.........................................................
38
14,000-14,999.........................................................
39
40
13.000- 13,999.........................................................
12,000-12,999.........................................................
41
42
11.000-11,999.........................................................
43
10.000- 10.999.........................................................
9.000-9.999.........................................................
44
8,000-8,999.........................................................
45
46
7,000-'7,999.........................................................
6,000-6,999.........................................................
47
5.000 -5,999.........................................................
48
4,000-4,999.........................................................
49
50
3.000-3999.........................................................
2.000-2.999.........................................................
51
52
Under - Moms de 2,000.........................................
53 Number re00rted - Nomnbre dêclarë ...........................
Median salary
Traitement median:
54
1963-64..............................................................$
55
1962-63..............................................................$
56
1960-61..............................................................$
57
1958-59..............................................................$
58
1956-57..............................................................$
Increase - Augmentation:
59
1962 -63 to - 8 1963-64 .................................. ..
Median salary by size of Institution - Traitemnent median sulvant lataiUe de l'institution:
60
5,000 and over - et plus .................................. $
61
2.000-4.999 ........................................................ $
62
1,000-1.999 ........................................................ $
83
500-999 ........................................................ $
Under
Moms de800
64
$
1
-
FT
'
--1
-
2
17
13
29
94
136
129
40
17
19
2
1
-
1
-
503
5
'
'
'
..
..
4.3
13,726
12,744
12,250
12.625
11,333
6
6
- Sciences physiques'
-7
13.342
12,789
12,098
9,828
6
'-
'
'
'
-
2
-
7
18
13
29
94
138
130
40
18
19
--
-
-
4
17
111
221
288
32
7
1
2
3
4
2
2
-
4
17
113
224
292
34
9
1
-
--
508
885
13
698
13,341
12,781
12,096
9,826
7,823
10.052
9,787
9,398
7.912
9,625
10,045
9.785
9.400
7.917
6.102
4.4
2.7
13,722
12,744
12,250
12,625
11,167
10.202
9,980
9,743
9,750
9.700
-
2
1
'
6
6
..
..
6
•
'
'
6
-2
1
-
2.7
10,205
9.967
9,716
9.750
9,600
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES 31
TABLEAU 1. Traltements des prolesseurs d'unlverslté — selon le rang, le domalne, le seze
et l'lmportance de l'tnstltutlon, 1963-64"
-
-
- fin
Assistant Professors
Professors, ungraded 1
Lecturers and Instructors
Piofesseurs adjoints
Professeurs, non classes3
Charg4s de cours
M
F
T
F
M
-
T
Biological Sciences3
--
2
1
3
5
4
16
29
84
146
140
7
---
--
1
1
1
3
5
5
17
3
4
17
51
3
32
88
163
191
10
--
--
437
8,490
8,220
7.728
6.701
---1
--
2
4
1
---
-2
--
80
517
8
7,725
7,714
7,500
6,409
8,353
8.130
7,693
6,659
5,436
3.3
0.1
2.7
8,509
8,292
84 767
7.763
7 650
8.378
8,125
8 667
7 167
1
---
1
1
1
3
3
'
6
-•,
..
'
-----1
--
1
--
5
1
' -
--
T
- Science. bIo1oique.'
--3
1
3
1
3
3
--7
21
16
--3
3
6
77
365
372
35
3
5
15
5
---
-2
--
---1
--
1
3
1
36
98
127
113
146
3
3
7
37
101
46
19
1
6
80
370
387
40
2
---
28
889
39
8,059
7,755
7,480
6.472
7.600
7,636
7,500
6,333
8.042
7,752
7,481
6.470
5,151
7,423
7,396
6.250
4.682
0.5
3.7
0.4
7 929
8,118
8,057
8.112
7,833
1,327
3.9
8,123
8.079
8.133
7,778
7375
6
•'
•
6
7,333
7.100
9
22
22
68
58
182
219
185
238
112
11
12
13
14
15
15
8
1
32
14
--
-
11
109
116
225
1,379
249
1,628
21
7, 100
7 000
4
6,707
6.821
5,968
5,530
6,255
6.013
5,533
4.828
6,460
6.351
5,711
5.295
4.214
10,471
10,224
9,592
8.028
7.301
7,170
7,013
5,817
..
..
9,954
9,749
9.166
7.711
6,186
22
23
24
25
26
..
--
..
--
-
4716
2217
118
—19
—20
-1.7
4.0
1.7
2.4
1.8
2.1
27
6,825
6 750
6,378
5 714
6,515
6.426
5 833
10.709
10,161
104 111
7,340
7 227
10,141
9,577
9 989
4
7.375
28
29
30
31
32
7.429
- Sciences physique.'
--I
---3
-7
--1
--3
2
1
7
17
13
29
95
142
146
155
--
4
11
7
5
2
--
7
69
190
80
11
8
245
389
411
457
225
78
9
7
65
179
73
6
6
--
--
'
6
--1
--
2
1
2
4
7
7
22
16
7
5
2
--
233
134
7 35
1836
1337
2938
9539
144 40
147 41
157 42
249
396
418
479
241
43
44
45
46
47
85 48
1449
950
51
52
--
1
40
340
29
369
2.428
76
2,504
53
-
7,429
7,360
6.250
4.682
4.063
6,475
6,174
5,798
5,233
6.045
5,601
5.364
4,000
9.069
8.801
8.173
7.153
7.364
6,821
6,688
5.750
..
..
6.450
6,123
5,762
5.188
4.236
..
..
9,015
8,740
8,121
7,129
5,715
54
55
56
57
58
0.9
4.9
7.8
5.3
3.0
8.0
3.1
59
7,333
6,594
6,447
6,350
6,182
6.161
6 100
8,567
6,420
6.318
6.182
6.167
9,534
8,883
8.558
8.042
7,435
7,727
7.100
6 500
4
9,491
8,837
8.475
8.077
7,426
60
61
62
63
64
..
'
•
173
197
163
170
54
-
--
861
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
--
1
2
7
14
10
3
1
16
1
1
6
4
12
22
8
12
6
30
37
99
133
117
158
55
1
66
NO
31
13
--1
3
T
15
6
1
Physical Sciences'
----
F
22
8
12
6
30
6
---1
J
M
46
1.4
6
F
M
Total
..
' -
Lea notes sont données apr8s le dernier tableau.
7,167
-
32
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
TABLE 2. Salaries of Teachers at 17 Universities, by Rank and Region, 1937 -38 to 1963- 64'
Salary range
,chelle de traiternent
Atlantic
Provinces
Deans
Professors
Doyens
Professeurs titulaires
Central
Canada
Provinces
Atlantlques
Canada
central
1$20,000 and over - et plus ................................................. 219,500-$19,999 ................................................................... 319,000-19,499 ................................................................... 418,500-18,999 ................................................................... 518,000-18,499 ................................................................... -
I
3
2
1
7
2
3
No.
617,500-17,999 ................................................................... •717,000-17,499 ................................................................... 816,500-16,999 ................................................................... 1
916,000-16,499 ................................................................... 1015,500-15,999 ................................................................... 1115,000-15,499 ................................................................... 1214,500-14,999 ................................................................... 5
1314,000-14,499 ................................................................... 3
1413,500-13.999 ................................................................... 1513,000-13,499 ................................................................... 2
1612,500-12,999 ................................................................... 2
1712,000-12,499 ................................................................... 1
1811,500-11.999 ................................................................... 1911,000-11,499 ................................................................... 2010,500-10.999 ................................................................... 1
2110,000-10,499 ................................................................... .............................................................. 229,500-
239,000-9,499 ................................................................... 6
...................................................................
248,500-8,999
9,999 .....
258,000-8.499 ................................................................... 267,500 -7,999 ................................................................... 277,000 -7,499 ................................................................... 286,500-6,999 ................................................................... 296,000-6,499 ................................................................... 305.500 -5,999 ................................................................... 315,000-5,499 ................................................................... 324,500 -4,999 ................................................................... 334,000 -4,499 .............................................................. ..... -.
343,500 -3,999 ................................................................... 353.000 -3,499 ................................................................... 36Under - Moms de $3,000 ................................................. 37Number reported
- Nombre dcIar ...................................21
383rd quartile - 3e quartile ..........................................$
39Median salary - Traitement mdlan ..........................$
401st quartile
-ler quartile ..........................................$
Median salary - Traitement median:
4i1937-38....................................................................$
421938-39....................................................................$
431939-40....................................................................$
441940-41....................................................................$
451941-42....................................................................$
461942-43....................................................................$
471943-44....................................................................$
481944-45....................................................................$
491945-46....................................................................$
501946-47....................................................................$
511947-48....................................................................$
521948-49.................................................................... $
•
13, 125
'
3,350
2,792
3,000
2,958
2.857
2,917
4
-
2
3
2
-
1
1
1
2
1
1
-
Western
ProvInces
Provinces
de
l'Ouest
6
2
2
-
3
2
2
13
5
4
1
10
10
5
7
1
2
2
1
10
8
5
2
4
-
Western
Provinces
Pro-Canada
vincescentral
Atlantiques
Provinces
de
l'Ouest
--
Total
4
5
5
10
7
-
Atlantic
Prov-Central
incesCanada
3
2
2
1
2
-
6
-
-23
-12
- 5
- 6
- 8
-15
- 9
130
-25
255
-54
482
355
4123
258
1160
2317
153
101
181
7 22-
-I
-------------
-
Total
2
25
3
6
5
12
-
6
-
-
4
8
6
13
8
19
17
37
38
13
29
48
55
77
70
83
134
113
204
80
69
140
140
40
18
11
-
19
7
22
1
-
43
45
109
123633
413
1,169
19.313
18,292
18,288
11,94015.180
14,299
14.667
17,625
16,225
16,125
11,15013,977
13.373
13,457
15.292
15.375
14.016
10,04913,070
12,714
13.122
2,9194.604
2,8004,698
2,8484,818
2,8594,812
2,9224.832
2,9584,863
4,279
4,241
4,347
4,226
4.270
4,382
4,396
4,409
4,85
4,894
4,894
4,340
4,375
4,569
4,496
4.517
4,600
5,612
6,310
6.319
6,855
5,715
6,336
6,431
7,023
7,131
7,250
..
..
..
..
,.
,.
..
..
..
..
..
..
5,000
5,000
..
..
..
..
..
,.
..
,.
..
,.
..
..
..
5,500
5,563
6.050
6,600
..
..
8,875
9.285
6,875
7,344
7.667
8.250
6,917
7,292
7,700
8,318
2,875..
3,088..
3,258..
3,698..
3,893..
3,789
3,908
4,6545,948
4,5476,604
4,5638.873
5,0187,361
581954-55....................................................................$
591955 - 56.................................................................... $
601956-57....................................................................$
6111957-58....................................................................$
6211958-59....................................................................$
6,600
9,625
8.607
8.705
5,0977,509
7,050
7,875
9,625
11,625
13,333
14,425
9,375
11,167
12,313
9,482
11,125
12,479
5,7988,406
6,7389,894
8,06511,345
8,047
8.974
10,043
8,171
9,317
10,473
631959-60....................................................................$
641960-61....................................................................$
651961-62....................................................................$
661962-63.................................................... . ............... $
671963-64 ....................................................................$
11,500
10,750
10,750
13,071
13.125
15,179
16,400
17,063
17,607
17,625
13.500
14,750
15,563
15,800
16.225
14,150
14,500
15,577
16,031
16,125
9,17512,197
9,62512,518
9,62512,896
10,17913.236
11,15013,977
11,437
12,298
12.631
13,017
13.373
11,591
12,304
12,619
12,972
13,457
68Percentage increase - Augmentation procentuelle:
1937-38to-à1963-64 ........................................%
291.8
..
.,
282.0203.6
212,5
210.1
531949-50....................................................................$
541950-51 ....................................................................$
551951-52....................................................................$
561952-53....................................................................$
571953-54 ....................................................................$
Notes follow the last table.
2,917
3,281
3,583
3,850
3,917
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
,.
.,
,,
,,
..
,,
,,
,,
4,653
4,700
4,788
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITEs TABLEAU 2. Traitements des professeurs de 17 universités selon le rang et Ia region, 1937-38
Assistant Professors
Lecturers and Instructors
AU ranks
Professeurs adjoints
Charges de cours
Tous rangs
Western
ProvInces
-
-
-
Canada
central
Provinces
de
l'Ouest
Total
Atlantic
ProV- Central
inces Canada
-
Provinces
Allantiques
Western
ProvInces
-
-
Canada
central
Provinces
de
I'Ouest
Total
Atlantic
Provinces
Central
Canada
Western
Provinces
-
-
-
Provinces
Atlantlques
Canada
central
Provinces
de
l'Ouest
Total
Atlantic
ProvInces
-
-
Canada
central
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
3
2
-
3
3
8
8
30
29
13
35
1
-
3 4 -
-
3
4
-
2 2 2 62
73
2
2
2
8
10
123
2215
4875
5988
9585
18
39
121
150
183
109117
152140
110142
72
1 1 -
234
300
282
38
14
36
1
-
-
-
-
-
2
-
2
-
-
1
2
1
9
17
31
57
32
29
3
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1 -
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
2
-
1
1
-
3
1
1
3
10
4
11
8
49
123
224
180
118
8
1
-
1
-
1
-
2
-
4
2
5
6
12
50
147
195
195
191
51
-
2 -
1-
-
2 -
1-
-
13 7141
9 -
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
748
862
-,
-
1
-
1,796119
-
1
-
-
2
5
27
13
-
6
-
7
716
223
321
614
-
Provinces
de
i'Ouest
Total
N
308381
3252
48113
6-64
139225
102126
186257
168258
3616539
27194610
601208211
593195:12
8552.14413
6160 124,14
1348322315
728316216
928519317
708017318
759018619
1079021120
527
717
861
1139
25130
4568
12765
21645
31669
12429
12712327721
170152339122
16319441823
136155
33024
23521147625
210'20948726
19523549527
11814430728
16511635029
376112730
14
25
15
5
2
2
60 16
3110
201
9 51
-
-
-
191258031
6153132
1452033
72934
22535
-
-
- 36
507
404
19
6
-
-
2
1
1
1
1
Western
Provinces
2
6
16
14
44
93
115
61
16
10
1
-
186
8
2
2
6
5
7
4
4
9
29
77
110
161
37
-
1.450
-
18221002
2791
4384062
3666
9113
3040
326
-
641673
-
5 -
-
-
136
-
Central
Canadr.
Provinces
Allanllques
-
-
1963-64'
Professeurs agrégés
Proinces
Allantiques
-
a
Associate Professors
Atlantic
PtovCentral
Inces
Canada
-
33
7
2
-
-
1,030588 0
2.582102,399 105,5671037
9.400
11.04011,107
10,996
7798
8.5276,441
7.157
6.919
10,223 10,224
10,113
7,254
8.622
8,150
8,549
8,828
7,985
8,0026,069
6,534
6.400
6,9809.662
6.4217.919
12,43811,33511,637 38
9,4519,0509,10339
7.971
9,6329,587
9,483
6,727
7,633
7,431
7.4445,534
6,130
5.926
6.0136.728
7.6967,4897,48840
2,416
2,438
3,083
3,208
3.188
3.143
3,6593,333
3,6203,395
3,7123,427
3,6983,383
3.6883.510
3,6853,466
3.488
3.485
3,602
3,586
3,608
3,588
2,225
2.075
1,969
2,167
1.821
2,313
2.856
2.948
2,878
2,922
2.913
2,907
2,690
2,645
2.614
2,665
2,677
2,823
2,761.
2.766..
2,744,.
2,7871,154
2,7831,154
2.8361.313
2,079
2,006
2,012
2,162
2,047
2,148
2,000
1,949
1,868
2,000
2,000
2,140
2,0072,692
1,9192.337
1,8882,427
2,0492,628
1,9672,625
2,0702,638
3.3383,2573,21141
3,3203.2103.15742
'
43
3.3403,2463,161
3,3943,2123,21744
45
3,175
3.4113,091
3,4393,2753,25346
3,125
3,300
3,308
3,250
3,469
3,219
3.8193,610
3,8773,608
3,8853,671
4,3243.928
4,4263,934
4,5984,159
3,722
3,758
3,744
4,064
4,158
4,300
2,227
2,442
2,309
2,586
2,651
2,825
2.947
2.932
3,103
3,494
3.623
3,675
2,825
2,829
2,958
3,252
3,278
3,464
2,8581,250
2,8491.368
2,9931,697
3,0281,797
3,3341,854
3,5071,740
2,129
2,106
2.222
2,192
2,508
2.640
2,109
2,101
2,206
2,387
2,378
2.656
2,0212.512
2,0292.769
2,1692,866
2,2142,811
2,3932,825
2,5623,033
3,6043,3573,35147
3,5843,3543,35548
3.5683,5893,45949
3,6483,4893,48250
4,0183,44513,66251
4,1293,7863,83752
3,167
3,528
3,700
4,109
4,633
4,5454,216
4,7084,610
5,3735.250
5,4395,259
5.8645.658
4,291
4,612
5.241
5,275
5.663
3,008
3,500
3385
3,692
3,833
3,689
3,802
4,410
4,513
4,772
3,620
3.969
4,476
4,440
4,686
3.5931,985
3,8332.000
4,3792,364
4,4142,560
4,6742.617
2.706
2,909
3,320
3,350
3,745
2,761
2,965
3,561
3,525
3.776
2,6733,199
2,8543,454
3,3413,695
3,3393.899
3,6784,081
4,0893.6533,85853
4,3574.2824,20354
4,9254.9144,79755
5.0234.9594,86056
5.4085,3185.24957
4,558
6,0915.925
5,940
3,816
4,911
4,842
4,8242,962
3,823
3,955
3,8024,167
4,673
5,675
6.375
7.212
7,667
7,836
8,197
8,828
6,6276,410
7,5657,177
8,5908,140
9.0569,032
9.3959,543
9,7489,876
9,84910,092
10,22310,224
6,440
7,241
8,181
8.923
9,399
9,703
9,858
10,113
4.328
5,020
5,445
5.944
6,172
6,481
6,781
7,254
5,280
5.984
6,773
7,194
7,457
7,749
7,865
8,150
5,213
5,850
6,685
7,186
7,486
7,783
7,845
7,985
5,1803,646
5,8353,875
6,6644,213
7,1174,556
7,4204.692
7,6875,190
7,7785,512
8.0026,069
4,059
4,549
5,187
5,624
5.802
6.045
6,242
6,534
4.172
4,683
5,257
5.689
5,961
6,172
6.336
6,400
4,0744.764
4,5585.303
5,1436,017
5.5736,302
5,8126,702
6,0396,991
6,2267,250
6,4217.919
5,6435,4885,42358
59
6,1305,9935,89260
61
6,713
6,9246,825
7,5977,6647,44562
8,0468,3487,97963
8,6428,6538,40464
8.8878,8768,64665
9,1508,9898,89466
9.4519.0509,10367
265.4
179.4206.8
189.9
226.0
185.4
196.8
189.8..
214.3
220,0
219.9194.2
183.1177.9183.568
L.es notes sont données apres le dernier tableau.
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
34
TABLE 3. Allowances of Religious Teachers-by Rank and Sex, all Fields, 1963 _6411
TABLEAU 3. Traltements des professeurs rellgieux -selon le rang et Le sexe, tous domaines, 1963 -64"
Range of allowance
chel1e de traitement
Deans'
Professors4
Doyens'
Professeurs
tltulalres4
Professeurs
89r94s
1
$11,000-$11,999...............................
10,000- 10,999 .............................. .
1
91000-9,999...............................
8,000-8,999.............................. .
1
7,000-7,999....
6,000-6,999................................ 3
3
5,000-5,999...............................
2
4.000-4,999...............................
1
3,000-3,999...............................
-
2
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
8
10
1
2
-
11
10
3
5
2,000-2,999.............................. .
7
1,000-1,999...............................
1-999...............................3
7
NU-Nant..................................
-
-
2
1
6
-
47
10
34
23
7
34
13
10
34
21
21
51
10
1
-
1
3
7
4
6
2
-
1
-
-
5
3
7
-
-
6
I
T
-
-
1
3
4
F
M
-
2
3
1
Total
Charg8s
de
cours
Professeurs Professeurs,
non
adjothts
class4s
-
-
Lecturers
and
Instructors
Professors,
ungraded'
Assistant
Professors
Associate
Prcfessors
27
8
18
29
26
10
14
21
133
85
119
-
8
8
6
1
5
4
18
5
3
7
29
34
18
20
22
138
89
137
-
Nombre dklar4
8
123
87
79
112
74
453
50
503
Women Included - Religleuses incloses.........................................
3
6
11
16
-
14
...
50
50
Median allowance" - Traitement
mdIan" ......................................... 3,500
1,134
1,848
1,962
1,741
1 3 617
4,000
1,681
Number reported
-
1,000
TABLE 4. Salaries of University Teachers - by Rank and Region, 1963 -64"
4. Traitements des professeurs d'université- selon le rang et La region, 1963 -64 10
TABLEAU
Salary range
-
-
Echelle de traitement
Deans'
Professors'
Associate
Prof...,.
Assistant
Professors
Professors
flgyad
Lecturers and
Instructors
Doyens'
Professeurs
titulaires4
Professeurs
agr6gs
Professeura
adjoints
Professeurs
non claas4s'
Charges
de cours
-
-
-
Atlantic Provinces
.....- et plus ................................
19,000-$19,999 ..................................................... 18,000-18,999..................................................... 17,000- 17,999..................................................... 16,000-16,999 .....................................................1
15,000-15,999..................................................... 14,000-14,999 ..................................................... 8
13,000-13,999 ..................................................... 5
12,000-12,999..................................................... 3
11,000-11,999..................................................... 10,000-10,999..................................................... 1
9,000-9,999..................................................... 6
8,000-8,999..................................................... 1
7,000-7,999..................................................... 1
6,000-6,999..................................................... 5,000-5,999..................................................... 4,000-4,999..................................................... 3,000-3,999..................................................... 2,000-2,999 ..................................................... Under - Moms de $2,000 ................................... -
$20,000 and over
Number reported - Nombre dc1ar6 ... ......
Median salary - Traitement mdian:
1963-64
........................................................ $
1962-63 ........................................................ $
$
1960-81...............
1958-59 ........................................................ $
1956-57 ........................................................ 8
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to - 11963-84 ............................ ..
Notes follow the last table. -
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
2
4
7
19
46
40
34
1
1
1
-
1
-
-
-
1
2
2
12
12
29
53
66
99
123
197
172
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
54
74
40
-
2
2
2
3
46
138
95
4
-
-
3
6
1
1
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
26
157
201
292
13,200
11,625
10,750
9,000
7,125
11,033
10,117
9,227
8,211
5,943
8,818
8,430
7,736
6,383
5,023
7,341
6,860
6,386
5,553
13.5
9.1
4.6
-
4,474
7.0
6
1
-
-
5
4
23
Total
Provinces de I'Atlantlque
-
1
-
-
1
-
2
1
14
'70
83
15
2
-
88
16
3
-
-
12
188
876
6,530
5,500
5,928
5,557
4,583
4,270
3,500
7,807
7,339
6,790
5,923
4,827
8.7
6.4
3,611
18.2
Les notes sont donnêes aprs is dern.ter tableau.
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-
TRAITEMENTS El QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
35
TABLE 4. SalarIes of University Teachers - by Rank and Region. 1963-64" - Continued
TABLEAU 4. Traitements des prolesseurs d'universitê - selon le rang et Ia region, 1963641, - suite
Salary range
-Ectielle de traiternent
Deans
Professors4
Associate
Professors
Assistant
Professors
Professors
ungraded5
Lecturers and
Instructors
Doyens 3
Professeurs
titulaires4
Professeurs
a.grégs
Professeurs
adjoints
Professeurs
non class4s 3
Chargs
de cours
-
-
-
-
Quebec
-
$20,000 and over
.1
et plus.................................
19.000-819.999 .................................................. ..1
18.000- 18.999..................................................
4
17,000 -17,999..................................................
1
16.000- 16.999...................................................
4
10
1
7
5
.
15.000- 15,999...................................................
14,000- 14,999...................................................
13,000- 13,999 ...................................................
12.000- 12999...................................................
111000-11,999...................................................
.7
5
.1
3
.5
.
.
5,000-5.999 ....................................................... 4 ,000 -4.999 ....................................................... 3,000-3.999 ....................................................... 2 ,000 -2,999....................................................... Under - Moms de $2,000 ..................................... -
-
Increase
Augmentation:
1962-63to - ft 1963-64............................ ..
8
2
3
2
1
-
33
-
2
-
2
32
72
105
137
98
26
70
229
248
27
2
3
16
24
34
2
12
19
87
207
159
276
281
361
269
3
2
4
12
26
69
2
1
-
2
4
-
7
14
Total
- Québec
-
121
188
-
1
4
5
12
-
2
1
1
11
3
ii
6
24
-
--
18
3
1
--
59
1
1
3
80
6
4
3
326
450
625
107
397
1,938
15.214
15.375
14,250
10.700
9.000
13,448
12,910
11.861
8,906
7.284
10,140
9,894
9.200
7.415
6,211
8.149
7.899
7.421
5.996
4,862
6.926
7.152
6.023
5,325
4,333
6.650
6.360
5,667
4,622
4.088
8,875
8.870
8.338
6.756
5,669
-1.0
4.2
2.5
3.2
-3.2
4.6
0.1
- Nombre déclar
Median salary
Traltement median:
1963-64........................................................$
1962-63........................................................$
1960-61........................................................$
1958-59 ........................................................$
1956-57 ........................................................$
23
58
87
98
10
.-
101000-10,999..................................................
91000-9,999...................................................
1
8.000-8.999 ..................................................
7.000-7.999......................................... ...... ... .....6.000-6.999 .......................................................
Number reported
11
-
2
1
-
-
Ontario
.7
-
$20,000and over
et plus.................................
191000-819.999 ...................................................
18.000- 18.999...................................................
17.000- 17.999...................................................
16,000- 16.999...................................................
14
3
7
4
7
5
9
19
35
15,000- 15.999 .................................................. .. 2
14,000- 14,999...................................................
.11
13,000- 13,999 ...................................................
5
12,000- 12,999...................................................
4
11.000- 11,999...................................................
3
68
151
211
114
61
10.000- 10,999 ...................................................
9.000-9.999..................................................
8 1000 -8,999...................................................
7,000-7,999...................................................
6.000-6.999...................................................
2
.
5.000-5.999 ....................................................... 4 .000 -4,999...................................................... 3.000-3,999....................................................... 2.000-2.999 ....................................................... Under - Moms de $2,000 ..................................... -
Number reported
- Nombre déclaré
-
Median salary
Traitement median:
1963-64........................................................$
1962-83........................................................$
1960-61........................................................$
1958-59 ........................................................$
1956-57........................................................$
-
Increase
Augmentation:
1962-63 to
ft 1963-64 ............................ ..
-
Notes follow the last table. 19
4
-
-
1
-
1
5
27
134
254
296
10
1
-
-
-
6
2
-
11
108
415
411
2
2
4
2
4
3
1
1
2
-
--
-
21
7
14
24
45
5
4
80
164
222
154
208
12
11
13
127
327
300
423
440
543
332
112
26
112
26
9
-
-
69
706
729
957
17
646
3,124
15.792
16,063
14,900
14,444
11,250
13,735
12,980
12.418
11.152
8,430
10.226
9.824
9.356
8.456
6,553
8.158
7.820
7.462
6,647
5.435
8.750
7,500
7.214
6.538
6.226
5.749
5.364
4.239
8.236
8.876
8,108
7,420
5.934
5.8
4.1
4.3
16.7
5.0
4.1
-
1.7
•
•
Lea notes sont données après le dernier tableau.
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
36
TABLE 4. Salaries of University Teachers — by Rank and Region, 1963.6410 - Concluded
TABLEAU 4. Traitements des professeurs d'universlté — selon le rang ella region, 1963-64" - fj
Salary range
Deans 3
Professors4
Associate
Professors
Assistant
Professors
Professors
ungraded5
Lecturers and
Instructors
Echelie de traitement
Doyens 3
Professeurs
titulalres1
Professeurs
agreges
Professeurs
adjoints
Professeurs
non classes 5
Charges
de cours
-
-
-
-
-
Western Provinces .6
$20,000 and over - et plus., ..............................
19.000-$19.999 ...................................................
.4
181000- 18.999 ........................................................3
.....
4
17.000 -17,999 .................................................
16,000-16.999 ........................................................ 10
15.000-15.999 ........................................................ 15
3
141000- 14,999 .......................................13,000-13.999 ........................................................ 3
12,000- 12.999 ........................................................ 2
11,000-11.999 ........................................................ 2
10,000-101999 ........................................................ 3
91000-91999 ..................................... ... ......... ...... 81000-8.999 ...................................... . ........... ..... 7,000-7,999 ....................................................... 6.000-6.999 ................................
51000-51999 .......................................... ... ..... ..... 4,000-4,999 ....................................................... 3000 -3,999 ....................................................... 2 .000-2,999 ....................................................... Under - Mo ins de $2,000 ................... . ............ ..... Number reported - Nombre déclaré ....................... 55
4edian salary - Traltement median:
15, 967
1963-64........................................................$
15,611
1902-63........................................................$
14,864
1960-61....... . ............................................... $
12.433
1958-59............................... ........................ $
9,633
1956- 57........................................................$
Increase - Augmentation:
2.3
1962-63 to - 1 1963-64 .......-
2
-
8
5
-
3
14
26
77
133
160
8
6
1
1
1
2
-
5
18
163
213
311
18
3
-
6
12
63
372
431
59
-
-
-
442
732
947
13,338
12,993
12,443
10,000
8,020
10, 160
10,041
9.688
8, 135
6,282
7,962
7.826
7,674
6,650
5.274
2.7
1.2
1.7
TABLE 5. Salaries of University Teachers — by Rank, and
-
Total
Provinces de 1 10uest
-
1
-
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
8
8
9
-
2
27
C4
255
121
27
4
24
42
83
144
181
180
234
377
417
500
316
121
27
4
-
-
2
1
1
1
-
-
2
1
-
504
2.084
6.392
0,338
5.895
5.285
4.236
8.897
8.866
8.610
7,558
5.982
0.9
0.3
4
'
6
'
Size of InstItution, 1963 _41,2
TABLEAU 5. Traitements des professeurs d'universlté — selofl le rang et l'lmportance de l'lnstitution, 1963.64 1
Salary range
--
Associate AssistantProfessors Lecturers and
Deans 3Professors4Professors Professors ungraded5Instructors
-
-
-
-
-
-
Echelle de traitement Doyens 3Professeurs Professeurs Professeurs Professeurs Charges
tltulaires4 agrtgésadjoints non classes' de cours
8
,2
Total
InstItutions with enrolment of 5,000 and over
8 InstitutIons comptant 5,000 inscriptIons et plus
12
$20,000 and over - et plus .............................
19,000 - $19,999 ....................................................... 7
18,000-18,999. .................... .. .......... . ............... .....7
17,000-17,999 .......... ............................................5
14
18,000-16,999 .................................... ........ ....
17
15,000-15,999 ...............- ............................
14,000-14,999 ....................................................... 8
4
13,000-13,999 ...............................................12,000-12.999 .......................................................1
111000-11,999 .............................................101000-10.999 .......................................................9,000-9,999 .......................................8.000-8.999 .............................................
....
7,000-7.999 ..................... ..........................
6,000-6.999 ....................................................... 5.000-5,999 .............................................4,000-4.999 .......................................................3,000-3,999 ....................................................... 2,000-2.999 ....................................................... Under - Motes de $2,000 ..................................... Number reported - Nornbre déclaré .................... ..... 75
Median salary - Traltement median:
1963-64 (8 institutions)...................- .........$
16, 536
1962-63(8 InstitutiOns) .. ...........................$
16,650
17,000
1960-61(4 Institutions) .............................. $
14.125
1958-59 (4 InstitutIons) ............................ ..$
1956-57 (3 institUtions) ..............................$
12,375
Increase - Augmentation:
0.7
1952-63 to - 11963-54............................
Notes follow the last table 21
5
20
26
45
85
188
291
236
1
6
2
1
-
2
-
-
7
2
4
19
59
256
383
492
6
1
1
-
-
-
2
1
2
5
3
15
33
134
628
601
59
2
-
2
-
2
3
2
2
3
2
12
34
173
448
135
30
12
33
14
21
31
58
105
207
320
304
275
426
643
671
777
511
138
30
12
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
-
3
1
-
4
1
3
927
1,232
1,485
19
854
4,592
13,747
13, 199
12,718
11,071
8.719
10,303
9,976
9.675
8,343
6.727
8.128
7,878
7,622
6,698
5.502
9,500
7,357
7, 125
6,558
6,315
5,767
5,249
4,164
9.244
9,117
8,634
7,564
6.206
4-2
3,3
3.2
29.1
3.8
1.4
-
Les notes sont donnles aprés le dernier tableau.
37
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
TABLE 5. SalarIes of University Teachers-by Rank, and Size of Institution. 1963-64" - Continued
TABLEAU 5. Traitements des prolesseurs d'université - selon le rang et l'importance de i'instltut.ion
1963-641' - suite
Salary range Echelle de traltement AssociateAssistantProfessors Lecturers and
Deans'Professors4Professors Professors ungraded'Instructors
DoyenS'Professeurs Professeurs Professeurs Professeurs Charges
titulalres1agregesadjointsnon classes' de cours
Total
12 InstitutIons with enioiment of 2.000- 4,999
12 InstitutIons comptant 2.000-4,999 inscrIptions
$20,000 and over - et plus ................................
19.000-$19,999 ..................................................
18,000-18,999 ..................................................
17.000-17,999 .................................................
16.000- 16,999 .................................................
15.000- 15.999 ..................................................
14,000-14.999 ..................................................
13.000- 13,999 ..................................................
12.000-12.999 ..................................................
11.000-11.999 ..................................................
10,000- 10.999 ..................................................
91000-91999 ..................................................
8,000-8.999 ..................................................
7.000-7.999 ..................................................
6,000-6,999 ..................................................
5.000-5,999 ..................................................
4,000-4,999 ..................................................
3,000-3,999 ..................................................
2,000-2.999 ..................................................
Under - Moms de $2,000 ...............................
2
2
5
5
8
7
11
7
3
3
2
-
5
2
-
3
8
21
57
95
119
91
24
7
-
-
1
-
-
-
-
-
2.124
6,385
6.126
5.821
5,289
4,112
8.752
8.807
8.650
7,460
5,874
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
1
-
1
2
8
47
140
227
43
1
1
-
3
5
6
43
281
381
35
3
-
-
-
55
433
470
739
Median salary - Traitenient m4dlan:
1963-64 (12 institutions) .........................$
1962-63 (7 InstItutions) ............................$
1960-61 (7 institutions) ............................$
1958-59 (7 institutions) ............................$
1956-57 (7 InstItutions) ............................$
15,214
15.500
14.650
10,875
9,281
12,786
12,486
11.857
91908
7.533
9,846
9.678
9.409
7,899
6.056
7,918
7,661
7.607
6.475
5.029
1.8
2.4
1.7
34
-
424
-
-
-
Number reported - Nombre 'declare ..................
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63to-1963-64 ............................
1
2
3
11
61
218
104
23
7
4
5
9
17
28
70
105
133
147
174
280
335
425
254
107
23
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
3
-
3
6
'
-
6
4.2
-
0.6
11 InstItutions with enrolment of 1,000- 1,999
11 InstItutIons comptant 1,000- 1.999 inscriptions
820.000 and over - et plus ................................
19,000 - $19,999 ..................................................
18,000-18.999 ..................................................
17.000-17.999 ..................................................
16.000-16,999 ..................................................
15.000-15,999 ..................................................
14,000- 14,999 ..................................................
13,000- 13,999 ..................................................
12.000- 12,999 ..................................................
11.000- 11.999 ..................................................
10,000- 10,999 ..................................................
91000-9.999 ..................................................
8.000-8,999 ..................................................
7,000-7,999 ..................................................
6.000-6,999 ..................................................
5.000-5,999 ..................................................
4 .000-4,999 ..................................................
3.000-3,999 ..................................................
2,000-2,999 ..................................................
Under - Moms de $2,000 ................................
1
5
2
6
2
2
6
4
27
32
19
20
29
28
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
2
53
53
87
25
37
-
1
3
6
64
107
175
41
16
Number reported - Nonibre declare .................
25
160
257
397
Median salary - Trattement m4dian:
1963-84 (11 institutions) ..........................$
1962-63 (16 institutions) ..........................$
1960-61 (11 institutiOns) ..........................$
1958-59 (8 institutions) ............................$
1956-57 (8 institutions) ............................8
12,417
11.900
12,750
10,875
8.250
12,158
12,070
10.662
8.864
7.304
9.764
9,500
8,625
6,900
5.530
7,900
7.646
7.078
5,772
4,713
6
4.3
0.7
2.8
3.3
6
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to -1 19133-64 ...........................
Notes follow the last table. 1
9
29
33
2
30
78
90
3189
9 141
39251
109
150
84
84
7
7
253
7,561
-
Leg notes sont donnees après le dernier tableau.
1,093
6.3268.387
6,123 8.082
5.4587.562
4,5316,588
4,183
5,337
3.3
3.8
38
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
FABLE 5. SalarIes of university Teachers - by Rank, and Size of Institution, 1963-64 1 - 1 -Concluded
TABLEAU 5. Traitements des professeurs d'unlverslté - selon le rang ef I'importance de l'lnstltution,
1963 -64"'- fin
Salary range
chelle de traitement
Deans'
Professors4
Associate
Professors
Assistant
Professors
Doyens'
Professeurs
titulaires4
Professeurs
agrégs
Professeurs
adjoints
Professors,
ungraded'
Lecturers and'
Instructors
Professeurs
non classes'
Total
Chargs
de cours
10 InstitutIons with enrolment of 500-999
10 InstItutions comptant 500 -999 InscriptIons
$20,000 and over - et plus ................................. ..19,000 -$19,999 ...........
18,000-18,999 ...................
17,000-17,999.......- ................................16,000-16,999...................................................
2
15,000-15,999...................................................
5
14,000-14,999 ...............................................
5
13,000-13,999 ...................
12,000-12,999 ...................................................
2
11,000-11,999 ...................................................
1
10,000-10,999 .......................
9,000-9,999 ...................................................
1
8,000-8,999 ...................................................
7,000-7,999 .................................................. ..6,000-6,999 ..................................................
595999...................................................
4,000-4,999 ..................................................
3,000-3,999 ...................
2,000-2,999............................
Under - Moths de $2,000 .................. . ............. .Number reported
-
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to -1 1963-64 ............................%
7
8
15
18
12
7
2
3
2
-
-
1
7
14
29
28
18
1
-
-
1
2
3
4
3
20
36
10
1
2
5
11
18
2
1
-
1
-
-
-
5
4
10
9
6
10
54
35
5
2
9
13
20
20
28
29
46
45
52
58
82
37
6
2
-
-
-
-
16
75
98
79
40
140
448
14,800
13,639
12,100
10,656
9,017
6,778
10,069
9,350
8,692
7,435
5,824
7,819
7,381
7,155
6,337
5,051
6,944
6,286
6,421
5,656
5,143
6,519
5,808
5,524
4,788
4,254
8,750
8,200
7,401
6,438
5,285
12.7
7.7
5,9
10.5
12.2
6.7
-
1
-
9
30
17
4
1
1
5
5
6
10
23
18
62
90
92
35
9
5
-
-
Nombre declare ................
..
Median salary - Traitement median:
1963 -84 (10 institutions) .....................$
1962-63 (5 institutions) ..................... .....$
1960-61(12 institutions).................... ..... $
1958-59 (12 institutions) ...........................$
1956-57 (12 instItutions)..........................$
1
-
10,750
7,833
7,000
•
25 InstItutions with enrolment of under 500
25 Instibillons comptant moms de 500 Inscriptions
$20,000 and over - et plus...........................
19,000-$19,999 .................................................. .....1
18,000-18,999 ............................................... -.
17,000-17,999 ............................................... -.
16,000 -16,999 .......- .................... ...................
15,000-15,999 ....................................................... 1
14,000-14,999 ................................... 2
13,000-l3,999... .... .................
12,000-12,999.......................................................1
11,000-11,999 ....................................................... 3
10,000-10.999 ....................................................... 2
9,000-9,999 ............... ........................................ 1
8,000-8,999 ....................................................... ....1
7,000-7,999 ............. - ....................................
6,000-6,999 .................................................. .....5,000-5,999............................- ................ -4,000-4,999 ............. ....
.,
3,000-3,999 .........
2,000-2,999.................... ............................. .....Moms
de
$2,000
.......
..
.........
..................
Under Number reported
-
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to -1963-64 ..............................
Notes foUow the Inst table.
1
3
2
5
6
12
1
1
3
1
-
6
15
24
7
-
2
1
-
-
1
1
-
1
1
1
11
17
23
16
3
2
2
-
26
53
38
2
-
-
-
12
36
55
121
77
84
365
11,667
11,500
13,125
10,917
11,786
10,864
8.867
8,786
8,729
9,205
8,620
7,125
5,875
7,387
7,235
6,700
6,041
5,155
6,761
6,789
5,227
4,100
3,843
6,233
5,813
5,625
5.229
4,324
7,428
7,290
7,100
6,246
5,311
7.4
-5.2
2.1
0.4
7.2
1.9
Nombre dCclaré .......-
Median salary - Traitement median:
1963 -64 (25 Institutions)..........................$
1962 -63 (27 Institutions) ..........................$
1960-61(27 institutions)....... - ........- .....$
1958-59 (24 institutions) ,...............$
1956-57 (20 institutions) .................$
-
0
1,5
1
-
-
-
Lea notes sont donn4es aprês le dernier tableau.
TRAITEMENTS El QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
39
TABLE 6. Salaries of University Teachers - by Rank, and Control of InstItution, 1963 -64"
rABLEAI 6. Traltements des professeurs d'université - selon le rang et Is direction de l'institution,
1963-64 l,2
Deans3
Professor?
Associate
Professors
Assistant
professors
Professors,
ungraded3
Lecturers and
Instructors
Doyens'
Professeurs
titulaires'
Professeurs
agrdgds
professeurs
adjoints
professeurs
non class8s'
Chargs
de cours
-
-
-
-
-
-
Total
13 Institutions under federal or provincial control - 13 Institutions fédéreles on provinciales
Number reported - Nombre declare
3rd Quartile - 3e quartile... . .......................... $
Median- Median ..............................................$
1stquartile -leT quartile ..............................$
1962-63 median - median ..............................$
1960-61 median - mdian ..............................$
1958-59 median - median ..............................$
1986-57 median - median ..............................$
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to - a 1963-64 .............................
1963-84 medIans by enrolment at institution - MdIanes de 1963-64 suivant lea
inscriptions & l'institution:
5,000 and over - et plus(5 institutions) $
2,000-4,999 (3 institutions) ......................$
1,000- 1,999 (2 institutions) ......................8
500-999 (2 institutions) ......................8
Under - Moms de 500 (1 institution) $
78
18,500
15.842
14,767
15,636
14.875
12.656
9.781
828
14,709
13.667
12.809
13,064
12.530
10.408
8,256
1,123
11,094
10.267
9,572
9.984
9.612
8.145
6,363
1.418
8.665
8,040
7,458
7,797
7,572
6,616
5,359
1.3
4.6
2.8
3.1
16.700
14,333
13,809
11,740
10,309
9,490
6
a
8.078
7,709
6
6
6
6
6
5
4,276
11,513
9,113
7,507
8,892
8.444
7,464
5,949
9.7
3.3
2.5
6,495
6, 130
9.166
81098
8.000
6
7,292
7,125
6
9,333
6
6
6
6
*
1
-
809
6,986
6,448
5,809
6.243
5,824
5,395
4,241
20
6
-
6
6
39 Institutions under church control - 39 Institutions religleuses
Number reported - Nombre décla
3rd quartile - 3e quartile..............................$
Median- Median ..............................................$
1st quartile - ler quartile ..............................$
1962-63 median - m&llan ..............................8
1960-61 medIan - median ..............................$
1958-59 median - median ..............................$
1956-57 median - median ..............................$
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to - a1963-84 .............................
1963 - 64 medians by enrolment at institu
lion - Médianes de 1962-64 suivant lea
Inscriptions & linstitution:
5,000 and over - et plus (2 institutIons) $
2.000-4.999 (2 institutions) ......................$
1,000- 1.999 (8 institutIons) ....................$
500-999 (7 instItutions) ......................$
Under - Moms de 500 (20 institutions) $
10,618
8.237
6,714
393
10.549
9,634
8,829
9.358
8,333
6.787
5,569
592
8,682
7,881
7, 254
7,601
6,981
5,879
4,829
119
7,933
6,863
8, 119
7.083
6,000
4.864
3.925
496
7,074
6.418
5,728
6,014
5.291
4.559
4,109
1,993
10.206
8, 256
6,924
7.998
7,334
6.267
5,238
2.6
2.9
3.7
-3. 1
6.7
3. 2
342
13.887
12,683
10.769
12.362
51
15,406
12,650
10,938
12.250
12,167
91000
1.333
3.2
6
11.500
•
6
6
3
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
8.604
9.342
8,294
10,293
12,500
10,250
7.650
7.500
6,948
6,338
5.205
5.633
6,824
8,761
6
7,687
7.958
8,953
14 Institutions independent of church and elate - 14 Institutions indépendantes
430
6,920
6,539
6, 158
6.291
5,850
4.873
2,353
11,397
8,999
7.474
8.883
8,469
7,361
6
4,082
5.909
6
3.9
1.3
1
Number reported - Nomubre déclaré .... .......... $
3rd quartile - 3e quartile ..............................$
Median - Median .............................................. $
let quartile - ler que.ttlle ..............................$
1962-63 median - median ..............................8
1960-61 median - median ..............................$
1958-59 median - median ..............................$
54
17,900
16.000
14.071
16.286
15,125
14,278
461
14,488
13.227
12.338
12.759
12, 173
10,536
596
10,845
9993
9.447
9.770
9.221
8,005
811
8,636
7.999
7.462
7,766
7,461
6.454
'
1956-57 median - median ..............................$
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to -1963-84 ............................ 9
1963-64 medians by enrolment at institution -. MCdianee de 1963-54 suivant lea
inscriptions & linstitution:
5,000 and over - et plus (1 institution) .. $
2,000 -4.999 (7 institutIons) ......................$
1,000- 1,999 (1 Institution) ........................$
500-999 (1 Institution) ........................$
Under - Moths de 500 (4 Institutions)... $
11.000
8,046
8,375
4.955
Notes follow the last table. -1.8
3.7
2.3
3.0
15,900
12.973
9,990
7.987
6
6
7,900
6
-
•
6
'
4
6
13,000
•
•
6
6
6
9.375
7.728
4
-
Lea notes sont donn8es après le demier tableau.
6
8, 972
6,485
4
6
6.681
8,000
40
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
1963-64"
TABLE 7, Salaries of University Teachers-by Faculty (or School or Institute) and Sex.
Arts and Science combined Salary range chelle de traitement
Arts 14
Arts et sciences réunis
MI
No.
I
F
T
Total, Arts and
Science
Pure Scie nceu
-
Sciences puresu Total, arts et
sciences
MI
I
F ITN
1
1
3
2
3
2
4
8
16
41
1
-
2
4
8
17
41
2
1
-
2
3
2
3
-
1
10
6
10
37
54
112
76
93
5
42
48
55
41
-
5
42
48
55
41
67
144
234
241
237
1
1
13
8
13
68
145
247
249
250
4
24
42
36
53
1
4
24
42
36
54
141
218
262
373
290
7
15
17
33
49
148
233
279
406
339
79
143
105
165
47
1
2
8
5
79
144
107
173
52
366
600
643
944
640
21
27
40
83
127
387
627
683
1,027
767
48
71
44
54
8
1
2
4
1
48
72
46
58
9
106
19
1
-
103
13
5
3
-
2'?
2
4
-
130
15
9
3
-
24
2
1
-
5
2
-
29
4
1
-
194
21
'1
3
-
71
17
4
-
265
38
ii
8
2
-
3
2
-
11
4
-
4.839
397
14
411
1
-
2
2
6
14
1
3
9
24
6
7
8
9
10
15,000-15,999 .................................... 25
14.000-14.999 ....................................49
13.000-13.999 .................................... 84
12.000-12.999.................................... 116
11,000-11.999.................................... 113
1
3
2
3
26
49
87
118
116
37
53
102
70
83
11
12
13
14
15
101000-10.999.................................... 146
9.000-91999................................... 239
81000-81999................................... 276
7,000-7.999................................... 406
6.000-8,999................................... 303
14
11
21
42
73
160
250
297
448
376
16
17
18
19
20
5.000-5,999....................................67
4,000-4.999.................................... 6
3,000-3,999....................................1
2.000-2.999.................................... Under-Moinsde$2.000 .................. -
39
13
-
1
1
1
1
21
Number reported - Nombre d6clards
1,855
223
2.078
1,791
181
1.972
766
23
789
4.412
427
22
23
24
25
26
Median salary - Traitement median:
1963-64 ...................................... $
1962-63 ......................................$
1960-61
...................................... $
1958-59 ......................................$
1956-57...................................... $
8.524
8,337
8,051
7,082
6.815
6,787
6.548
5,73'?
8,300
8.089
7,917
6.969
5,641
8,414
8 1 150
7.601
6.699
7.258
6,981
6.636
6.200
8.301
8.029
7,537
6,663
5.412
9.273
8.880
8,172
6,863
6,900
'
9.198
8.831
8.115
6.797
5,259
8,617
8,369
7.897
6,897
6,957
6.840
6.543
5,824
27
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63tO-1983-64 ..........%
2.6
3.2
3.4
4.4
4.2
3.0
..
..
2.2
0.4
$20,000 and over - et plus
2
19,000-519,999 .................................... 181000-18,999.....................................4
17,000-17.999.....................................16.000-16.999.....................................4
33
34
35
36
37
7
15.000- 15.999........................
14,000-14,999.....................................15
13,000-13,999.....................................7
12.000-12,999..................................... 15
11,000-11,999..................................... 7
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
4 .?
..
..
4.0
Droit
I
F
I
T
-
2
4
4
27
12
6
33
-
27
10
12
6
33
7
15
7
15
7
11
19
20
25
7
28
40
53
52
51
1
2
7
28
40
54
54
58
10.000- 10,999.....................................11
91000-91999.....................................19
8,000-8,999.....................................19
7,000-7.999..................................... 23
6,000-6.999.....................................7
1
2
-
78
76
66
38
16
6
7
5
22
7
5,000-5,999..................................... 2
4,000-4,999.................................... 3.000 - 3.999.................................... 2.000-2,999.................................... Under-Moinsde$2,000
-
1
-
3
-
3
3
-
4
146
592
48
Number reported - Nombre déclarC ..
49
50
51
52
53
Median salary - Traitement median:
1963-64......................................$ 10,091
9. 45 8
1962-63 ......................................$
1960-61......................................$
w
'
1958-59......................................$
1956-57...................................... $
..
54
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to - a 1963-64..........%
Notes follow the last table.
142
6.7
4
..
6
10
9,947 11.314
9,333 10.886
9,625 10,313
8.625 8.991
7.278
..
6.6
3.9
..
'
..
-
..
1.7
8,452
8,194
7,81L
6,827
5.508
10. 240
9,859
9.257
7.643
..
3.1 1
3.9
7,250 10.115
7,375 9.718
9 1 189
7,578
4
..
5.844
- 1.7
4.1
Pharmacy
Nursing
Music
Medicinelg
Md ecineU
I M I
4.750
..
Law
MlFlT
28
29
30
31
32
F I T
MI F1
3
9
24
$20,000 and over - et plus
1
19,000- $19.999.................................... 2
18.000-18.999 .................................... 2
17,000-17.999.................................... 5
16,000-16,999.................................... 14
-
T
-
2
3
4
-
I
F
Agriculture
Musique Science inflrmière Pharinacie
M I
-
1
1
4
2
3
-
84
83
71
60
23
6
9
2
8
9
6
2
-
9
5
-
85
I
F
I
T
I
M
I
F
T
2
2
5
-
-
-
-
4
2
3
-
2
2
5
2
4
3
4
4
-
2
4
3
4
4
1
1
3
6
9
3
9
12
-
4
11
8
22
25
4
1
-
6
1
-
-
16
5
-
4
11
7
12
6
-
1
1
2
2
-
4
11
8
22
25
16
5
-
1
-
4
11
8
13
8
1
-
657
47
10
57
-
100
100
59
5
64
7,795 10.923
7,800 10,619
7,722 9.987
6,200 8.718
.. 7.400
9.287
9.083
8.000
6,667
..
6,000
8,167
8,500
6,000
6.214
4.400
-
7,182
7.000
7 100
..
..
7,182
7.000
7, 100
6,182
4.964
9.409
9,500
8,875
i
..
2.9
2.2
...
2.6
2.6
- 1.0
- 0.1
-
I
I M
FlT
3,833
..
1
1
1
- 3.9
6
6
..
6
9.182
91000
8,875
7.500
6.083
2.0
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES 41
TABLEAU 7. Traitements des professeurs d'université - selon Is faculté (ou i'école ou l'institut) et le sexe, 1963-64 "
I
Commerce, Business Er.glneerthg,
Administration Dentistry Education 1'Applied Science Household Science
Architecture -
-
-
-
Commerce, administrationArt dentaire Pédagogie" Gnie, Science mënagere
des affaires
sciences appllquées
M
FJ TMFTMFTMFTMFTMF
I
T N°
4-4---I
1-1---2
------3-3--
-4-4---3
1---8-8---4
---2-21-14155
-5---5
1-16-68-8911010-10---6
4-44-412-121611735-35-557
2-2151168-819-1943-43-228
61712-126-63914042-42-559
I-112-121511629114054-54-5510
6-817-179-94765382-82-55 11
9-929-293-3721284129-1291141512
19-1936-364269928127156-156-101013
112135025223552298113131341171814
I-117-175-523133689291-171715
---7-7---691524-241313 16
3332512317
22415---18
----------------
------------------ 19
- 20
6136420932127878541811753382488323959821
8,974'8,9478,8198.806 12.167•11,844 9,389 8.089 9.030 9.039'9.00867,9127,88922
8,611'8,556 16
8.920 11.909411,708 9.195 7.854 8,806 8.77468,77467.6757.67523
7,942" 7.917 10.794 610667 8,892 7,300 8.500 7.96867,95167,4747,50024
1616
7 375
6.783""9,200 8,172 6.385 7.644 7,134-7,13468.4726.40925
5,821....6,154...,6,167....6.578....5,828....4,87526
4.264.6...- 1.32.2'1.22.13.02.53.062.763.12.827
Physical and Heaith Physiotherapy and Faculties. tc .,
EducationOccupational TherapySocial Work Theology 16 n.e.c. 20
-
-
-
-
-
19ducation Physiothérapie et Service social Théologie" Facult8s, etc.,
physique ergothrapie
n.d.a.
MFTMIFIT MFFTMIFTMIFIT
I
Total
MIFIT
---------
---------
-4-440-4028
-3-319-1929
I-134-3430
---------
-3-33914031
---------
-3-394195 32
------4-4
-5271524156 33
3-3- -112
5141153229331 34
4-4---1-1
62122346221483 35
6-6---213
51211348021501 36
123---1-1
22222449247539 37
1414
718---538
819-1971346759 38
102121-161218
9286341,083921.17539
21728---6612
8155201,1451161.26140
103132101291221
11216271,3782231.60141
91625112137512
11010208492401.08942
21214145224
44-425914240143
246-22---
11-133427544
---------
-1-11372045
---------
----3---------
------346
- 47
75471225283345428758260187352227.6101,0128.62248
8.690
8.231
7.500
6,500
8.469
6,500
5.967
5.700
8,107 '6,6676.7318,750 8,333 8.54216169.556 10,711 8,300 10.211 9.1157,3368.89049
7,652 '6 4176.4239,143 8.500 8.857 9.000 "8,857 10,269 8.200 10.0008,9077.2108.68550
6,979 16 5.7088,500 7.813 8.071'"8.8339.200 7.600 9.0348,3797.0088.15151
6.182 IC 165.2507,625 6,389 6.800 8.000 67,8127,615 5.700 7,5197,3046,0007,13652
4,827-3,7313,731..5,318. .....6.444....6.063....5,77553
5.6 - 0.55.9'3.94.8- 4.3 - 2.0 - 3.6'7.94.31.22.1
Les notes soft donnes aprhs le dernier tableau.
1
2.31.72.454
42
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
TABLE 8. Salaries of University Teachers - by Subject and Sex in the Humanities. 1963-64"
Pure Humanities - Humanités pures
Modern Language and Literature
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Numberreported-Nombred4claré
3rd quartile - 3e quartile ............$
Median - Mdian ..........................$
1st quartile - ler quartile ..........$
1962-63 medIan.- mdian ..........$
1960-61 median - median..........$
1958-59rnedian-mCdian ..........$
1956-57 median- median .......... $
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to - a 1963-64 ..............%
Beaux-arts"
Langues etlittratures
classiques"
F
M
NO.
Fine Arts"
Classical Language
and Literature"
73
10,792
8.833
7,232
8.818
7.700
7,250
T
10
4
5,750
•
6
..
..
0.2
•
IM
18
T
M
F
T
..
159
10.625
8.395
7.079
8.325
7,781
7,167
5,842
476
9.702
7.781
6.681
7,620
7.236
6.265
82
8.071
6.960
6,140
6.650
6.500
5,750
-.
558
9,540
7.653
6.585
7.478
7.173
6.213
5,131
216
9.722
7.750
6.579
7.711
7,406
6.386
58
7.812
6,636
5.955
6.643
5,833
5,700
..
274
9,395
7.458
6.411
7,533
7.171
6,269
5.107
5.7
0.8
2.1
4.7
2.3
0.5
- 0.1
- 1.0
83
10.656
8,611
6,977
8,773
7,700
7,250
6,375
143
10,917
8,618
7.158
8.417
7.821
7.286
16
'
7,400
- 1.8
2.4
6
7.000
6
6
..
..
Applied Humanities - Humanités appliques
Pure Humanities, n.e,c.m
Total, Pure Humanities
Music
Fine and Applied Art 5
Humanités pures, n.d.a."
Total, humanites puree
Musique
Arts appliques 5
M
Numberreported - Nombredeclare
3rd quartile - 3e quartile ............$
Median - Median..........................$
1st quartile - ler quartile ..........$
1962-63 medIan - median..........$
1960-61 median - medIan ..........$
1958-59 median .- median..........$
1956-57 median - median .......... $
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to - a 1963-64 ..........%
F
M
Pure Humanities - HumanitCs puree
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
French
Francals
English
Anglais
T
F
..
Langues et 1ittratures modernes
F
81
10.458
8.038
6.732
7,917
7,417
6.700
1.5
7
6
6
'
6
6
..
M
T
.-
88
10,333
8.000
6,714
7,786
7.321
6.550
5,625
2.7
6
1.459
9,938
7.979
6.800
7,812
7,420
6.539
..
2.1
N
T
F
248
8.250
6.848
6.063
6.686
6,417
5,850
..
2.4
1.707
9,786
7,821
6,652
7,682
7.329
6,467
5.336
1.8
6
F
26
7.750
'
8.417
8,000
6.833
11
6
37
9.458
7.250
6,404
7,500
6.750
5,667
4,400
6,625
5.000
4083
..
- 7.9
T
..
32.5
- 3.3
M
F
35
9,125
7.750
6.792
7929
7,500
6.500
..
- 2.3
T
3
6
38
9.167
7,700
6.688
7.833
7,583
6,417
4,643
'
'
•
6
6
..
6
- 1.7
TABLE 9, Salaries of University Teachers - by Subject and Sex, in the Social Sciences, 1963-64"
Pure Social Science - Sciences sociales pures
Economics and Political Science - Sciences économiquea et science politique
Economics and Political Total, Economics and
Economics Political Science Science. n.e.c. 5Political Science
Sciences économiquee Science politique Sciences economiques etTotal, sciences économiscience politique, n.d.a. 5ques at science politique
M
1
2
3
4
5
8
7
8
9
Numberreported - Nombredéclarê
3rd quartile - 3e quartile ............ $
Median - MCdian....................... $
1st quartile - ler quartile ............ 8
1962-63 median - mCdian
$
....
1960-61 median - median ........$
1958-59 median - median ............ $
1956-57 median - median ............ $
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to - a 1963-84 .......... %
197
10,984
8.641
7.281
8.529
8.262
7,071
1.3
ITMI FTM IF ITMI
IF
6
5
6
6
6
6
6
202
10.906
8.576
7.267
8,382
8,238
7.071
5,263
109
9.705
8.071
7,046
7.938
7,500
6.583
2.3
1.7
..
6
5
'
6
•
..
6
114
9.625
81000
6,940
7,969
7,800
6.563
84
12.667
9.825
7.833
8,955
8,750
7,500
0.4
7.5
4.944
..
4
6
6
6
•
6
..
0
I
F
88
12.600
9.562
7,714
8.875
8.682
7.462
6.100
390
10.982
8.611
7,285
8,500
8.216
7.156
..
7,333
..
404
10.893
8,587
7.238
8,412
8.213
7,109
5.570
7.7
1.3
- 1.8
2.1
6
14
T
7,200
6
6
•
Applied Social Science - Sciences sociales appliquées
Household Science,
Commerce, Business
Administration 5 Education 5 Home Economics" Law
Commerce, adm.inistra-Pedagogie 5 Science mênagère"
lion des affa,tres 5
Droit
ITMI F ITMIF
H IF
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Numberreported - Nombredéclaré
3rd quartile - ic quartile............$
Median - Median ............................$
1st quartile - ler quartile ............$
1962-63 median - median ............$
1960-61 median - median ............$
1958-59 median - median ............$
1956-57 median - median ............ $
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to - a 1963-64
Notes follow the last table.
217
10.672
8.683
71505
8.741
7.838
6,750
..
-0.9
6
2
6
6
6
6
6
-.
6
219
10.703
8,663
7,495
8,741
7.838
6.767
5,942
385
11.324
9.399
8,245
9.206
8.870
8.016
..
115
9,354
8.093
7,062
7,840
7,300
6.375
..
500
10,904
9,037
7,947
8,847
8,468
7.545
6.412
-0.9
2.1
3.2
2.1
6
2
'
6
'
6
..
89
9.614
7,719
6,403
7.525
7.300
6,353
..
2.6
ITM I FIT
91
9.604
7,735
8.431
7.550
7.286
6,342
4,800
2.5
129
12.625
9,658
7,969
91000
9.062
8.063
..
7.3
6
4
6
6
•
6
..
6
133
12,554
953
7.894
8,893
9,000
8,000
7.029
7.4
TRAITEMFNTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES 43
TABLEAU 8. Traiteinents des professeurs d'unfversité-selon Ia inatlére et le sexe (humanités), 1963.64 1 ,1
Pure Humanities
-
-
Humanitès pures
Modern Language and Literature
Langues et llttératures modernes
German
Modern Language and
Literature. n.e.c."
Total, Modern Language
and Literature
Allemand
Langues et littératures
modernes, n,d,a,"
Total, langues et
littératures modernes
M
F
53
91972
8,500
6.806
8,056
7,556
6,500
16
6
7,500
•
7.500
7,250
6,667
F
T
..
242
9,250
7,630
6,573
7.462
7.442
6,375
5.149
935
9,685
7.827
6,661
7,661
7,356
6,356
208
8,067
6,789
6,056
6,618
6.324
5,861
..
1.143
9.494
7.636
6,538
7,516
7.243
6.286
5,149
227
10.329
8,317
7.055
7,900
7.500
6,690
6.4
2.3
2.2
2.6
1.6
5.3
F
69
10,188
8.318
6.635
7.955
7,500
6.563
5.313
190
9,475
7,872
6,845
7.605
7,591
6.526
52
7,857
6.650
6,000
6.250
6.250
5.667
4.6
3.5
0.0
5.5
..
-
M
M
T
Philosophy"
Philosophie"
T
..
Applied Humanities, n.e.c."
Total, Applied Humanities
Théologle 6'
Humanités appliquées, n.d.a."
Total, humanités a9pliquêes
-
-
F
M
57
10,958
91150
7,688
8,571
7.917
7.700
3
'
'
'6
60
10.833
91000
7.571
8,429
7,857
7,500
6,250
6
6
F
12
•
6
T
17
29
6
8,750
9,250
9,667
8,833
8,000
..
..
9,375
8,250
7,500
5.625
6
6
6
-
0.0
6
-
0.9
F
M
'6
6
6
..
•
N'
234
10,289
8,281
7.029
7.875
7.500
6.707
5,639
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
5.2
9
Total, Humanities
-
-
9,667
6.8
6
6.8
M
T
7
6
6
..
Applied Humanities - Humanités appllquées
Theology"
I T
F
M
Total. humanités
T
M
F
T
130
10,423
8.588
7,167
8.400
7,833
7,071
9.300
7,429
6,389
7,300
5.250
5,333
..
164
10,154
8.300
6,964
8.188
7.595
6.765
5,211
1.589
9.973
8,016
6,826
7.857
7.456
6.584
282
8.413
6,898
6,097
6.750
6.316
5.783
..
1,871
9.821
7,852
6,672
7,723
7.353
6.495
5.349
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
2.2
1.8
1.4
2.0
2.2
1.7
18
34
..
1.3
..
TABLEAU 9. Traitements des professeurs d'université - selon Ia matière et le sexe (sciences sociales), 1963-64 1,6
Pure Social Science
-
Sciences sociales pures
Geography
History
Psychology
Sociology and
Anthropology
Pure Social
Science, n.e.c.
Total, Pure
Social Science
Oéographie
Histoire
Psychologle
Sociologle et
anthropologle
Sciences sociales
pures, n.d.a.
Total, sciences
sociales pures
M
F
133
10,475
8.500
7.157
7.897
7,731
6.853
7.8
T
1
'
'6
6
-
F
M
134
10,450
8,476
7.130
7.862
7,692
6.853
4.912
252
9.909
7.943
7.043
7.784
7,563
6.854
7.8
2.0
'
16
T
..
268
9.848
7,875
6,923
7.736
7,594
8,917
5.630
175
10,736
8.833
7.566
8.806
8,143
6.750
32
9,500
8.125
7.222
7.929
7,500
5,500
3.7
1.8
0.3
2.5
6
6.500
6
8.750
6
'
..
-
F
M
T
..
Applied Social Science
M
F
207
120
10.583 10,357
8,671 8.957
7.513 7.652
8.667 8,375
8,000 7,818
6.545 6.571
5.263
..
9
•
6
$
'
'
..
0.0
T
..
•
6.9
M
129
10,250
8,848
7,469
8.312
7,773
6,567
5.167
6.4
F
37
9,792
8.357
7.156
8,750
8,500
6,389
..
j-.
4.5
T
..
41
9,792
8.214
7,125
8,833
9,071
6.389
5.167
'
-
'
'
'
4
•
4
Social Work
Applied Social
Science, n.e.c. 12
Total, AppUed
Social Science
Education physique
Service social
Sciences sociales
appliquées,n.d.a."
Total, sciences
soclales appliquées
-
-
M
F
T
M
F
T
120
9,812
8,370
7,130
7,932
7,273
6.406
58
8,062
6,389
51531
6.400
5,941
5,591
178
9,289
7.846
6.357
7.483
6,900
81111
4,743
47
10,650
8,786
7,306
9.062
8.300
7,375
45
9,562
8,250
7,188
8,375
7.812
6,500
..
92
91895
8,538
7,238
8,750
81000
6,813
5,286
4.9
-3.0
-
-
5.5
-0.2
..
1.5
Lea notee sont données après le dernier tableau.
1,107
10.482
8.559
7.288
8,270
7.916
6.856
..
7.0
3.5
F
..
1.183
10.389
8.461
7,225
8,192
7,908
6.819
5.417
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1.2
3.3
9
76
8.700
7.368
6,400
7,458
7.700
6.333
-
TN'
- Sciences soclales appliquées
Physical and Health
Education
-_
M
2.4
6
4
6
6
6
4
6
•
6
6
M
6.750
6.500
6,000
904
11,055
9.049
7,796
8.902
8,443
7,392
322
9,244
7,726
6.388
7.518
7.172
6,220
1,226
10,597
8.734
7.409
8.512
7.950
6.950
5.757
2,011
10,748
81810
7.481
8.627
8,162
7.057
398
91151
7,642
6.391
7,507
7,214
6.240
..
2.409
10,494
8.618
7.306
8,388
7,931
6,885
5,589
10
11
12
13
14
15
18
17
6
C
7.4
1.7
2.8
2.1
1.8
2.7
18
13
4
51000
.
6
M
7,250
6
..
IF
T
T
9
-
Total, sciences soclales
F
F
M
Total, Social Science
-
'
..
..
2.6
..
T
44
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
TABLE 10. SalarIes of University Teachers - by Subject and Sex, In the Biological Sciences, 1963-64"
Pure Biological Science
-
Sciences biologiques pures
Zoology"
Botany
Zoologie"
Botanique
F
M
No.
77
1 Number reported - Nombre dklar ......................................
11,958
2 3rdquartile - 3equartile......................................................$
9,278
3 Median-Median....................................................................$
7.485
4 1stquartile - ler quartile....................................................$
9.400
5 1962-63 median - median....................................................$
9,545
6 1960 -61median - median....................................................$
7,813
7 1958-59 median - median....................................................$
8 1956-57 median - median....................................................$
..
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to - 1963-64 .................................................... .. - 1.3
9
T
9
6
6
4,917
6
6
..
F
M
86
11,929
9,111
7,425
8,455
9,385
7,722
6.038
275
13,163
10,347
8,588
9,919
9,328
7,829
..
7.8
4.3
6
T
26
8.500
8,000
6,250
..
301
12,986
10,197
8.401
9,786
9,186
7,732
6,439
5.9
4.2
6
8,000
6
-
Applied Biological Science - Sciences biologiques appliquêes
Medicine" Nursing
Mêdecine"
Science infirmière
T
MFTMF
10 Number reported - Nombre déclarC .......................................
11 3rdquartile - 3equartile ......................................................$
12 Median -M8dian....................................................................$
13 1stquartile - ler quartile....................................................$
14 1962-63median - median....................................................$
15 1960-61 median - median ....................................................$
16 1958-59median-mnédlan ....................................................$
17 1956-57 medIan - median.................................................... $
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-83 to - a1963-64 ....................................................%
18
... .363
14 185
11,484
9,483
11,125
10,434
9.413
..
32
10,000
7,9 1 7
7.250
7,850
7.583
6,167
..
395
13,875
11,122
9,182
10,836
10,154
9,000
7,861
3.2
0,9
2.6
-
-
...
98
8,688
7.136
6.140
7,357
7,088
5,967
98
8,688
7,136
6.140
7,357
7,088
5,967
4,964
3.0
- 3.0
-
TABLE 11. Salaries of University Teachers - by Subject and Sex, in the Physical Sciences, 1963 - 64 1 '
Pure Physical Science
M
No
1 "umber reported - Nombre declare
2 3rd quartile - 3e quartile ....................................$
3 MedIan - Median ..................................................$
4 1st quartile - ler quartile ..................................$
5 1962-63 median - m6dian ..................................$
6 1960-61 median - median..................................$
7 1958-59 median - median..................................$
8 1956-57median-m4dian .................................. $
Increase - Augmentation:
9
1962-63 to - 1963-64 ..................................%
2.9
Geology"
Mathematics 4
Chimie"
Géologie'°
Mathemnatiques°
M
6,750
8,250
6,500
..
504
11.382
9.276
7,779
8,992
8,576
7,406
5,983
123
11,173
9,104
7,870
9,000
8,321
7,176
..
13.2
3.2
1.2
27
6
7 643
1
6
6
6
6
6
6
..
Notes follow the last table,
M
F
T
124
11,231
9,125
7,880
9,026
8.357
7,206
5,536
480
10,852
8,800
7,276
8,712
7.984
6,930
..
31
8,050
7.250
6,344
7,000
5,944
5.125
..
511
10,708
8,608
7,207
8,451
7.826
6,827
5,366
1.1
1.0
3.6
1.9
6
-
Sciences physiques appliquées
Engineering
10 Number reported - Nombre d4clar6
11 3rd quartile - 3e quartile ....................................$
12 Median -Median..................................................$
13 1st quartile - ler quartile ..................................$
14 1962-63 median - median..................................$
15 1960-61 median - median..................................$
16 1958-59 median - median..................................$
17 1956-57 medIan - median.................................. $
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to - a1963-64 ..................................%
18
T
F
T
Applied Physical Science
-
Genie
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Oénielectrique
Genie mecanique
M
179
10,865
8,894
7.413
8.521
7.847
6,942
..
4,4
°
Chemistry"
F
477
11.508
9,339
7,858
9,075
8.807
7,444
..
Sciences physiques pures
-
F
2
6
6
6
6
-
..
'
T
M
181
10,827
8,864
7,356
8,458
7,819
6,942
5,625
177
10,517
8.756
7,579
8.417
7,688
6,500
..
4.8
4.0
F
Mining Engineering44
Genie minier
T
M
..
177
10,517
8,756
7.579
8,417
7,688
6,500
5,469
75
12,938
10,850
9,146
10, 312
9,778
8,556
..
-
4.0
5.2
-
F
T
..
75
12,938
10,850
9, 146
10,312
9,772
8,556
6,400
-
5.2
-
6
-
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
45
TABLEAU 10. Trattements des professeurs d'université - selon Ia inatière et le sexe (sciences blologiques), 1963-64"
-
Pure Biological Science
Sciences biologiques pures
Total. Pure Biological Science
Sciences blologiques_pures.n,d.a.'4
Total, sciences blologiques pures
-
M
F
189
17
6
11,971
9,603
7,831
6,833
9,283
8,500
6,923
7,000
7,000
5.500
6
-
3,4
-
T
F
M
206
541
52
593
226
12.534
9.930
8,105
9,600
7,615
6,444
12,327
9.756
7.889
9,618
9,115
7,600
6,900
7,286
6,000
9,365
8.932
7,462
6,045
11.985
10,233
8,554
9,913
9,391
7,700
2.4
3.1
3.2
10.4
Applied Biological Science
-
-
N
F
T
5
59
•
10,813
8,938
7,442
8,800
7.964
7.083
5,938
54
11,125
9,182
7,625
6
9,100
7,964
7,250
6
N
6
6
F
6
6
6
6
6
6
T
232
11,941
10,133
8,414
14,091
11,813
101444
6
11.636
10,618
8,889
6
9,783
9,304
7.600
5,915
6
'
..
•
3.2
7
F
72
3.6
T
7
6
6
6
'
..
..
NO
79
1
13,906
11,618
9,917
2
3
4
11,458
10.500
8,778
5,667
5
8
7
8
1.4
9
6
1,5
Sciences biologiques
applIques, n.d.a."
Total, sciences
blologiques appllqu4es
N
F
37
7,357
6,625
5,889
12,429
10, 200
8,500
10,000
9,222
7,618
6,269
5.688
5,200
3,731
3
M
Total, Applied
Biological Science
7,229
6,536
5,781
6,292
5.667
5 1 167
..
6
6
T
Applied Biological
Science, n.e.c."
116
..
6
..
4.2
44
7
6
6
-
Physiothéraple,
ergoth8rapie'
Pharmacle
-
- Sciences blologiques app1iques
Jysio and Occpatlonal
Therapy
Pharmacy
Dentistry
Art dentaire
F
M
11.591
9.333
7,618
9,048
8,295
6.776
5,479
..
Sciences blologiques appliques
Agriculture
T
,,
-
Applied Biological Science
Pure Biological Science, n.e.c.' 4
T
F
838
13,153
10,829
8.952
197
1,035
1,379
249
1,628
10
8.397
7,227
6,250
12,567
10,094
7,984
12.949
10,471
8,593
8.670
7,301
6.280
11
12
13
9,750
9,105
7,639
6,211
10,532
9,871
8,283
7,231
6,921
5,779
10,050
9,300
7,846
6,248
10,224
9,592
8,028
7.170
7,013
5,817
..
,.
12,487
9,954
7,945
9.749
9,166
7,711
6,186
1.7
2.8
0.4
2.4
1.8
128
8,000
12,286
9,917
8,231
6
8,000
'
..
..
-
Total, sciences blologiques
M
12
6
Total, Biological Science
-
T
..
..
-0
N
F
5J2.0L0
T
14
15
16
17
2.1
TABLEAU ii. Traitemens des professeurs d'université- selon Ia mattère et le sexe (sciences physiques), 1963-64"
Pure Physical Science
-
-
F
409
8,672
8,359
7,279
4.2
T
6
6
10,250
6
6
8,678
8,359
7,271
5.784
6
6
6
--
10
6
11,107
9,039
7,614
6
F
M
415
6
6
6
6
..
Engineering
1,564
64
10.250
11.020
9,033
7,546
11,000
8.950
8,150
8,870
8,310
7,192
7,000
6,857
5,700
8.786
8.234
7,150
5.717
8.556
7.920
7,333
2.8
4,6
6
6
6
6
6.500
,,
109
2
6
8,310
7,679
6,618
6
2.9
111
6
-
8.286
7,679
6,618
4.792
6.3
F
841
8,713
8,021
7,078
..
T
6
6
•
6
6
..
847
10.794
9,010
7,618
8,685
8,000
7,078
5.683
3
6
6
6
6
6
..
Onie chimique
Genie civil4 '
-
M
67
11.125
8.925
8,088
77
11.250
9,423
8,083
8,500
7,923
7,333
5,821
9.125
8.500
7.389
6
Gnie
Civil Engineering43
T
6
-
Chemical Engineering
F
1
6
6
6
6
-
,.
5.0
..
6
33
Applied Physical
Science, n.e.c. 4 '
Total, Applied
Physical Science
Sciences physiques
appllquees, n.d.a. 4 '
Total, sciences
physiques appllquées
M
F
24
6
-
MJF
T
224
78
11.214
9,385
8,033
1
10,464
9,000
7,581
8,689
8.056
7,294
9,042
8,500
7,389
6,100
6
6
6
6
6
-
,.
3.8
..
3.6
6
T
No
225
10,455
8,988
7,556
2
3
4
8,676
8,037
7,294
5,663
5
6
7
8
3.6
9
2
8,750
6
9,500
7,661
6,833
..
6
-
929
8 500
10,859
9,016
7,684
9,250
7.500
6 833
8,710
7,994
1,101
..
6
F
26
6
6
6
M
6
6
..
-
Total, Physical Science
-
-
T
6
162.6 13.6 1#13.7 1 - 79 1
Les notes sont donnees après le dernier tableau.
,,
-
-
18
Sciences physiaues appliquées
- Sciences physiques appliquCes
Genie
9.9121 10,811
8,500
9,031
7.207
7,646
6
..
2.6
Total, g4nle
T
F
65
Genie, n.d,a.
Fl
M
8,964
7,441
6,375
Total, Engineering
-
T
1,499
-
F
11,137
9.104
7,604
Engineering, n.e.c.
9,938
8,553
7,202
Architecture 6 '
10
6
..
'
4.2
M
T
-
Engineering
-
Applied Physical Science
M
Applied Physical Science
Sciences physiques Total, sciences
pures, n.d,a.physiques pures
Physique4 '
11,638
9.040
7,633
Sciences phystques pures Pure Physical Total, Pure
Science, n.e.c.Physical Science
Physics 1 '
N
-
Total, sciences physlques
T
IF
M
T
ii
940
2,428
76
2.50410
7,100
10,840
8,989
7,647
11,000
9,069
7,630
8.714
7,364
6,312
10,94811
9.01512
7,57813
8,676
7,981
7,101
5,711
8,801
8.173
7.153
6.821
6,688
5,750
8,74014
8,12115
7,12916
5,71517
6
6
6,167
6
6
..
..
,.
8.1 13.5 I15.1 13.6 I3.0 I8.0 I3.1 I 18
46
(NIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
TABLE 12. Salaries of University Teachers - by Years Since Award of First Degree,
Sex and Field, I9636410
TABLEAU 12. Traitements des prolesseurs d'universit - selon les années depuis le premier grade et
selon le sexe et le domaine, I963-64"
No
Years (to 1963) sInce award of first degree Salary range
cheUe de traltement
NO
'!?.f
Annêes(jusqu'en 1963) depuls
le premier grade
-
-
-
aI.Lw,1
45and--Total
overPas de PSS de
-graderensel045910-14 15-1920242529 30-34 3539 40-44 45 et Univer- gnements
plus sitaire
I
All fields (Men only) - Tous domalnes (flommes seulement)
$20,000 and over - et plus .....................
19,000 - $19,999 .....................................
18.000- 18,999.....................................
17,000-17,999.....................................
16,000-16,999.....................................
15,000- 15,999.....................................1
14,000- 14,999.....................................
13,000- 11,999.....................................12,000- 12,999.................................... .
11.000- 11.999.....................................
101 000-10,999....................................... 1
9 1 000-91999.....................................3
81000-81 999....................................... 13
113
7,000-7.999.....................................
256
6,000-6,999.....................................
5,000-5,999..................................... 134
4,000-4,999..................................... 12
3,000-3,999..................................... 5
2,000-2,999..................................... 1
Under - Moms de $2,000 ................... -
-
-
2
-
1
-
2
2
12
14
102
309
605
340
79
6
1
1
-
-
2
8
8
11
36
50
106
226
429
444
407
139
15
3
1
1
5
2
4
7
13
44
72
109
150
177
257
182
110
40
6
3
-
1
-
-
4
4
8
3
9
23
64
108
114
103
121
115
76
50
10
4
2
1
10
2
7
7
15
35
62
89
84
52
70
71
40
14
9
2
1
11
-
8
2
4
8
20
29
53
4
4
2
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
48
32
21
23
17
8
10
3
1
-
1
4
8
9
16
22
21
5
9
18
2
4
3
1
1
3
1
-
10
11
26
31
62
74
53
37
52
43
18
10
7
3
1
1
1
2
8
4
4
-
3
2
1
1
3
-
2
10
9
19
17
12
2
1
1
1
5
7
6
7
17
33
37
27
12
1
-
-
1
2
4
-
40
19
34
39
94
152
322
462
480
492
713
1,083
1. 145
1.378
849
259
33
13
3
-
539
1.474
1,887
1.183
819
570
450
288
136
32
77
155
7,610
Median salary - Traltement md1an:
1963-64 ............................................$
1962-63 ............................................$
1960-61 ............................................$
1958-59 ............................................$
6,459
6. 152
5.691
5.277
7,512
7,273
6,990
6,157
8.852
8,572
7.887
6 1 879
9,971
9,848
9,32'?
8.028
11,296
11.041
10,411
8,606
12,310
12,040
11,235
9,289
13.000
12,521
12.032
10.163
13,583
13,064
12,319
10, 133
13.045
12,795
12,214
10,281
13,000
11.250
9.500
8.688
8,342
71600
6,938
5.925
8,015
7,625
9,115
8,907
8,379
7,304
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63to-1963-64 ................%
5.0
3.3
3.3
1.2
2.3
2.2
3.8
4.0
2.0
15.6
9.8
5.1
Number reported
-
Nombre dêclarê
All fields (Women only)
$20,000 and over - et plus....................19,000-$19.999 .. ................................. .. 181000-18,999 ...................................... 17,000- 17,999...................................... 16,000- 16,999...................................... 15.000- 15.999...................................... 14,000- 14.999..................................... 13.000- 13,999...................................... 12,000- 12.999...................................... 11.000-11.999...................................... 10.000- 10.999...................................... 9,000-9.999...................................... 8,000-8,999 .......................................1
7.000-7,999....................................... 10
6,000-6,999...................................... 42
5,000-5,999....................................... 59
4,000-4,999 ........................................ 15
3.000-3,999 .......................................1
2. 000 -2,999........................................ Under - Moms de $2,000 ...................... -
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
._
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
3
4
9
9
15
15
11
6
1
1
2
5
6
7
11
15
8
10
3
5
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
2
7
1
18
29
42
24
9
4
2
3
3
11
8
22
19
21
11
5
4
-
-
-
-
-
-
2
6
4
9
4
5
5
6
5
1
2
-
1
2
3
4
3
3
6
4
1
2
11
42
60
31
4
2
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
128
152
172
137
109
74
74
49
29
Median salary - Traliement median:
1863-64 ............................................$
1962-63 ............................................$
1960-61 ............................................$
1958-59 ............................................$
5.814
5.520
5.361
4.708
6,650
6,491
6,050
5,333
7.401
7.284
7,014
5,720
7.750
7,712
7,583
6,595
8,711
8,536
7,885
6.167
8. 267
8,375
7,778
7,000
9.867
9,324
9.056
7,788
10, 125
10.050
9,438
8,000
11,500
9,857
10,000
8.500
Increase - Augmentation:
196 2- 63 to - 1983 -64 ................%
5. 3
2.4
1.6
0.5
2.1
1.3
3.7
0.7
16.7
-
Nombre déclarê
Notes follow the last table
-
-
2.3
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
48
34
1.012
6,375
5,941
5,500
5,038
8,214
6,500
7,336
7.210
7,008
81000
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
1
1
1
-
-
-
-
-
1
-
-
-
1
2
11
18
13
3
2
-
-
-
1
-
1
1
4
9
21
21
47
46
92
116
223
240
142
42
7
1
1
-
5
6
15
22
62
53
4
3
1
Number reported
-
seulement)
TOOS domaines (Femmes
-
-
Lea notes soot donnees apres le dernier tableau.
6
6
6
6
6
-
1
-
1.3
-
2
3
14
9
5
-
-
4.4
1.7
TRAITEMENTS ET QUAI.IFICATION DANS LES LNIVERSITES
47
FABLE 12. SalarIes of University Teachers - by Years Since Award of First Degree,
Sex and FIeld, 1963 _j41,2 -Continued
TABLEAU 12. Traltements des prolesseurs duniversité - selon lea années depuls le premier grade et
selon le sexe et le domaine, 1963
Salary range
cbelle de traltement
64I,2_ suite
Years (to 1963) since award of flrst degree
No
-
univer-No
Années (jusqu'en 1963) depuis le premier grade
shyinformdegreeation
45 and--Total
over Paz de Pas de
0-45-910-14 15-19 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 -eraderensel45 et univer- gnemenb
I
plussitaire
All fields (Men and women - Tous domalNes (Hommes el feinmes)
$20,000 and over - et plus .................... .
19,000-819,999 .....................................
18,000-18,999.....................................
17,000-17,999.....................................
16,000-16.999.....................................
15.000-15,999.....................................1
14000-14,999.................................... .
13,000-13,999.....................................12,000-12,999.....................................11,000-11,999.....................................10,000- 10,999...................................... 1
9,000-9,999......................................3
8,000-8,999 ....
14
7,000-7,999.................................... .
. 23
6,000-8,999.....................................
298
5,000-5,999.....................................
193
4.000-4,999.....................................27
3,000.3,999.....................................6
.
2,000-2,999.....................................1
Under - Moms de $2,000 .................. .Number reported - Nombre dfclarf
Median salary - Tralternent median:
1963-64............................................$
1962-63 ............................................$
1960-61 ............................................$
1958-59............................................$
1956-57 ............................................ $
Increase - Augmentation:
l962-831o11963-84 ....................%
-
1
-
2
2
12
14
104
320
647
400
110
10
3
1
1
5
2
4
7
13
-
2
-
2
8
8
11
37
50
111
232
444
466
469
192
19
6
2
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
44
73
111
157
178
275
211
152
64
15
7
1
-
-
-
4
4
8
3
9
23
66
111
117
114
129
137
95
71
21
9
6
1
10
2
7
7
15
35
62
90
87
56
79
80
55
29
20
8
2
11
8
2
4
8
20
29
55
54
38
30
27
22
13
16
8
2
2
1
-
10
11
26
32
64
79
59
44
63
58
26
20
10
8
2
1
4
4
2
5
8
11
19
26
24
8
15
22
3
4
4
1
1
1
1
-
1
3
8
4
4
1
2
4
-
-
10
10
21
28
28
15
4
2
4
3
2
2
3
-
2
4
140
19
•34
•40
•95
1156
1331
5483
7501
7539
'1759
111,175
351,261
401.601
411.089
21401
675
-20
-3
-
-
667
1,626
2,059
1,320
928
644
524
337
165
38
125
189 I 8,622
6,357
5,995
5,627
5,195
4,153
7,447
7,204
6,901
6,094
4,793
8,733
8,471
7,821
6,804
5,557
9,764
9,683
9,156
7,870
8,121
10.961
10,710
10,113
8,440
6,688
11.875
11,385
10,594
8,940
7,309
12,508
12,175
11,439
Lt, 733
7.528
13,213
12,683
12,151
9,912
7,551
12,854
12,500
12,022
10.088
7,942
12,750
11,250
9,200
8,688
7,125
7,482
6,867
6,240
5,576
4,500
7,6638,890
7,4768,685
-8,151
-7,136
-5.775
8.0
3.4
3.1
0.8
2.3
4.3
2.7
4.2
2.8
13.3
9.0
2.5
1
2.4
Faculty administration (Men and women) - Administration de is Iacult4 (Hommes et femmes)
$20,000 and over - et plus ....................
19,000-819,999 ....................................
18,000- 18,999 ....................................
17,000- 17,999 ....................................
16,000- 16,999 ....................................
15,000- 15,999 ....................................
14,000- 14.999 ....................................
13,000- 13,999 ....................................
12,000- 12.999 ....................................
11,000- 11,999 ....................................
10,000- 10,999 ..................................
9,000-9,999 ....................................
8,000-8,999 ....................................
7.000-7,999 ....................................
6,000-6,999 ....................................
5.000-5,999 ....................................
4.000-4,999 ....................................
3,000-3,999 ....................................
2,000-2,999 ....................................
UnderMoms de $2,000 ..................
Number reported - Nombre dfclarf ......
Women Included - Nombre de femrnes
Inclus ... ............................................
Median salary - Traitement median:
1963-64: All- Tous ......................8
Men - Hommes ..............$
Women - Femmes ..........$
1962-83 ............................................$
1960-61 ............................................$
1958-59............................................$
1956-57............................................$
Increase - Augmentation:
1962 -63 to 8 1963 -64....................
Notes follow the last table. -
-
-
1
1
1
-
2
3
1
2
1
-
-
3
-
2
3
3
1
2
-
1
1
-
-
-
5
1
2
6
10
4
2
-
2
-
4
2
2
4
4
10
8
3
4
4
3
2
5
2
2
1
-
4
3
5
10
5
3
2
1
1
1
3
3
1
2
1
-
10
6
3
1
2
1
-
1
-
I
-
3
2
1
-
1
-
-
-
-
-
2
1
-
15
9
15
12
26
37
31
18
14
13
8
8
-
-
-
1
-
2
-
1
2
I,
2
-
-
6
6
-
13
17
33
50
40
28
19
15,500
15,500
12,500
12,667
14,750
14,750
15,100
15,100
15,700
15,833
16,100
16,150
16,500
17,000
6
13,500
6
14,438
14,000
11,333
9,000
15,500
14,083
12,300
9,813
15.786
14,400
12.071
9,500
15,667
15,250
12,600
8,583
16,000
14,000
6
2.2
- 2.6
- 10.5
2.8
3.1
-
'
6
6
6
14.8
6
14,000
11,400
9,000
6
-
-
6
6
3
6
-
6
'
'
10,500
6
Lea soles sont données apses le dern.ier tableau.
5
-
-
210
15,243
15,319
6
6
1
6
-
15,146
14,250
12,000
9,400
-
0.6
48
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
TABLE 12. SalarIes of University Teachers- by Years Since Award of First Degree,
Sex and Field, 1963- 64' - Continued
TABLEAU 12. Traltements des professeurs d'universite - selon les années depuis le premier grade et
selon le sexe et le domalne, 1963- 641,2 - suite
Years (to 1963) since award of first degree -
Années (jusqu'en 1983) depuis le premier grade No
univer-No
sityinform.degreeation
45 and--Total
overPas de Pas de
0-45-910-14 15-19 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44-graderensei45 et univer- gnements
plussitaire
Salary range
cheUe de traltement
Humanities (Men and women) - Humanités (Hommes et temmes)
$20,000 and over - et plus
19,000- $ 19.999 ...... ................
18,000-18,999 .......................................... 17,000-17,999 ------------------------------------------ 16,000-16,999 .......................................... 15,000-15,999 ......................................... 14,000-14,999 ..........................................13,000-13,999 .......................................... 12,000-12.999 .......................................... 11.000- 11,999 .......................................... 101000- 10.999 .......................................... 9,000-9,999 .......................................... 8,000-8.999 .......................................... 2
7,000-7,999 ..........................................19
6000-6.999 .......................................... 101
5,000-5,999 .......................................... 73
4,000-4.999 ...................................... .... '1
3,000-3,999 .......................1
2,000-2,999 ..........................................Under - Moths de $2,000 ........................ 203
Number reported - Nombre déclaré .,....
Women included - Nombre de femmes
thclus . ..............................................
Median salary - Traitement median:
1963- 84:All - Tous......................$
6,203
Men - Hommes............. $
6,253
Women - Femmes ...........$
5,900
5,813
1962-63 ........... ......................... , .....$
1960-61 ............................................$
5.326
1958-59..........................................
4,575
1956-57............................................$
3.722
Increase - Augmentation:
6.7
1962-63 to - a 1963-64................%
-
-
-
-
-
1
19
124
156
45
2
2
Notes follow the last table. 1
2
1
6
9
16
17
54
50
45
27
5
1
-
2
7
14
19
17
19
24
33
24
8
6
3
-
1
1
3
7
20
9
13
19
28
24
9
11
1
-
1
6
4
9
14
11
10
20
17
9
7
2
3
1
-
-
1
1
2
2
7
7
4
7
17
14
9
11
9
5
5
3
7
1
2
-
-
-
8
9
2
3
3
1
1
1
-
-
-
-
2
1
2
2
1
1
3
4
10
12
8
2
-
2
5
3
2
6
5
3
1
-
1
1
3
-
-
-
-
1
-
-
-
1
1
-
3
13
20
44
83
73
78
116
211
237
388
419
157
22
6
1
-
i
-
-
-
-
349
425
235
174
146
115
94
45
11
29
45
1.871
6.804
6,861
6,395
6,500
5 1 864
5,324
4,351
7,814
7,947
6,800
7.684
7, 163
5.861
4,895
8, 770
9.096
7,269
8.500
7.875
7.231
5,596
9,625
10,000
7.600
9,542
8,976
7,480
6,052
10,000
10,406
8,250
9, 880
9,304
7.944
6,556
10,875
11,333
9,500
10.400
9,875
8.882
7,250
12.444
13,227
11.083
11.833
11.214
8.833
8.600
10,688
11,000
10.375
9.818
11.083
10.500
7.357
8,500
8,000
7,750
8,250
8,500
8.500
8.250
'
7.813
6.500
5.778
4,833
7.050
7.500
5,600
7,852
8.016
6,898
7,723
7,353
6,495
5,349
4.7
1.7
3.2
0.9
1.2
4.6
5.2
8.9
0.0
-0.8
I
$20,000 and over - et plus..................... 19,000 - $19,999 ........................................ 181000-18.999 ........................................... 17,000-17.999 ........................................... 16,000- 16,999 .......................................... 15.000- 15.999 .......................................... 14,000- 14.999 ........................................... 13,000- 13,999 .......................................... 12,000- 12,999 .......................................... 11.000- 11,999 .......................................... 101000-10,999 ...........................................1
9,000-9,999 ........................................... 2
8,000-8,999 ........................................... 5
7,000-7,999 .......................................... 30
6,000-6,999 .......................................... 96
5,000-5,999 ........................................... 58
4,000-4,999 ........................................... 10
3.000-3,999 ...........................................1
2.000-2,999 ........................................... 1
Under - Moths de $2,000 ........................ 204
Number reported - Nombre dCclaré
Women included - Nonrbre de femmes
Inclus ................................................
Median salary - Traltement median:
1963-64: AU - Tous......................$
6.333
Men - Hommes ................$
6,494
Women - Femmes -- .........$
5,704
6,109
1962-63............................................$
5,678
1960-61............................................$
1958-59............................................$
5 1 122
1956-57............................................$
4,017
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to - a 1963-64................%
3.7
3
5
10
16
67
86
137
86
12
2
-
-
-
3
2
8
18
21
65
131
157
140
50
1
1
1
-
9
15
42
35
52
80
82
55
13
2
2
-
1
-
2
5
12
28
33
33
35
44
31
19
9
1
-
1
4
12
17
22
14
20
15
17
13
4
5
-
5
8
14
20
18
15
18
13
5
4
1
2
-
1
-
-
1,7
6
1
2
8
6
12
8
8
6
9
4
6
-
-
-
4
-
-
1
6
2
5
2
1
3
1
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
489
598
387
253
144
123
71
27
7,416
7.476
6.727
7. 179
6,743
5,970
4,758
8,682
7,647
8.404
7,805
6,704
5,460
9,494
9,768
8,156
9.477
8,838
7,454
6,079
10,643
11,096
9,000
10.074
9,591
8.411
6,672
10,900
11,917
8,143
10,800
10,500
8,895
6,977
12.194
13,053
9,833
11,885
10,214
9,071
7,375
12,313
13,091
9.750
12,286
12,333
10.583
7.950
12,900
13,250
3.3
3.3
0.2
5.8
0.9
2.6
0.2
-3.2
8,774
1
1
-
-
'
-
-
1
a
6
-
Social Sciences (Men and women) - Sciences soclales (Hommes et femmes)
-
1
3
3
28
91
203
125
32
1
1
1
-
1
1
6
13.333
12,333
9,500
7,500
3
7
10
9
9
5
2
1
2
-
6
6
6
6
6
6
-
7
17
14
9
6
1
13
33
62
105
150
133
204
341
420
494
316
112
17
4
2
-
-
48
60
2,409
7.778
8,688
6,300
6,643
6,688
5,875
5,100
8.000
8.219
7,188
-
8,618
8.810
7,642
8,388
7,931
6, 885
5,589
17.1
11.3
2.7
5
6
2
1
2
-
-
1
-
2
-
1
-
•
Lea notes sont données après le dernier tableau,
6
-
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
49
TABLE 12. Salaries of University Teachers - by Years Since Award of First Degree,
Sex and Field, 1983- 8411 - Concluded
TA BLEA U 12. Traitements des prolesseurs d'université - selon les années depuis le premier grade et
selon le sexe et le domalne, 1963 _64&,2 - fj0
Years (to 1963) since award of first degree -
Années (jusqu'en 1963) depuis le premier grade Salary range
Echelle de traitement
0-45-910-14 15-19 20-24
25_29
No
univer-No
sityinformdegreeatlon
145arn1-Total
over Pas de Pas de
graderensei30 34 35 3940 441
4let
plus I sitaire
1 .--
Biological Sciences (Men and women) - Sciences blologiques (liommes et femmes)
$20,000 and over - et plus...................... 19,000-$19,999 ........................................ 18,000-18,999._ ..................................... 17,000-17,999........................................ 16,000-16,999........................................ 15,000-15,999...................................... ..14,000-14,999........................................13,000-13,999........................................ 12,000- 12.999.......................................
11,000-11,999.......................................
10,000- 10,999.......................................
9,000-9,999.......................................
8,000-8,999......................................... 2
'1 0007,999.......................................
6,000-6,999.......................................
31
5,000-5,999.......................................17
4,000-4,999.......................................6
3.000-3,999.......................................I
..
2,000-2,999...................................... ..Under - Moms de $2,000 .....................Number reported - Sombre déclaré
81
Women included - Nombre de femmes
inclus................................................
Median salary - Traitement médian
1963-64:All - Tous ......................$
8532
Men - Hommes ................$
6,905
Women - Femmes ,,. ........$
5.833
1962-63 ............................................$
6,067
1960-61... .........................................$
5,722
1958-59 ............................................$
5.217
1956-57._ .........................................$
.........................................
4,350
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to -1 1963-64.......... .....
7.7
-
1
1
6
4
24
45
79
26
-
4
3
5
14
9
42
69
92
85
74
18
3
1
1
4
4
3
2
1
3
7
19
29
36
33
32
23
8
17
3
1
3
-
3
6
4
19
26
28
44
38
50
29
21
9
3
2
8
4
-
5
-
3
-
5
1
5
8
16
22
ii
7
10
9
6
4
2
2
i
6
10
19
21
17
16
18
16
5
3
2
2
1
-
2
1
4
5
3
1
-
523351,628
3
-
4
18
12
8
5
4
3
-
3
-
-
-
-
-
-
201
419
287
224
146
112
67
28
7,753
7,970
6, 676
7.563
7,343
6,512
5,244
9.310
9,483
7, 680
8,880
8,362
7,250
5,955
10,776
11,024
8,083
10,415
9,767
8,314
5,538
11,758
12, 139
9,000
11.545
11,313
8,729
7,577
12.588
13.000
8,000
12,269
11,500
9,676
7,900
13,227
13.523
8.625
12,614
12,222
10,364
7.567
13,875
14,028
13,000
12, 875
13.083
12.300
9,818
7,591
12,500
12.250
9,750
8.214
2.5
4.8
3,5
1.6
2.6
4,9
6.1
4.0
5
I I 1 1
-
-
2
3
-
22
8
12
6
30
37
99
133
2
117
158
1
3
182
1
219
I4
185
6
7
238
10
11
112
-5447
--322
-
to
1 -
1
6,650
6
•
6
•
•
6,556
6,208
5,643
5,364
3,808
•
7.1
6,955
7.750
6,167
8.500
-
9,954
10,471
7,301
9,749
9,166
7,711
6,186
-18.2
2.1
Physical Sciences (Men and women) - Sciences physiques (Honimes et femmes)
$20,000 and over - et plus.....................
19,000-819,999 .......................................
18,000-18,999.......................................
17,000-17,999.......................................
16,000-16,999.......................................15,000-15,999.......................................1
.
14,000-14,999...................................... .
13,000-13,999.......................................
12,000-12,999.......................................
11,000- 11,999.......................................
10,000-10,999.......................................
9,000-9,999........................................ 1
8,000-8,999...................................... .
5
7,000-7,999.......................................
50
6,000-6,999......................................... 70
5,000-5,999.......................................... 45
4,000-4,999.......................................... 4
3,000-3,999.......................................... 3
2,000 -2,999.......................................... UnderMoms de $2,000 ........................Number reported - Sombre déclaré
179
Women included - Sombre de femmes
inclus................................................
Median salary - Traltement médian
1963-64: All - Tous......................$
6,536
Men - Hornmes................$
6,545
Women - Femmes ............$
6,333
1962-63............................................$
6,095
1960-61............................................$
5,754
1958-59 ............................................$
5,405
1956-57......................... ................... $
4,316
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to -1963-64 ................
7. 2
Notes follow the last table.
-
1
-
2
7
51
165
241
93
23
2
1
2
11
18
37
81
154
137
118
38
3
2
1
-
-
1
-
-
1
1
2
3
18
36
27
31
41
46
23
10
3
1
4
15
24
29
59
70
89
50
30
15
5
2
-
2
-
2
1
3
8
16
29
35
9
19
19
9
4
3
1
1
6
5
2
20
20
17
11
14
18
6
5
5
1
1
-
-
1
7
1
4
Ii
15
9
5
8
5
4
4
1
1
-
1
2
2
5
8
8
7
1
3
7
1
-
1
5
-
3
-
1
2
1
-
-
-
9
1
-
1
4
2
1
-7
-18
-13
-29
195
-144
2147
2157
3249
5396
10418
9479
9241
385
-14
-9
-
-
1
-
-
-
1
-
3
-
-
-
585
604
394
244
158
134
77
46
14
25
442,504
7,724
7,734
10,086
10,1 134
6,533
9,887
9,340
7,981
6,071
10,927
10, 939
12,429
12,485
12.353
12.412
13,033
13,179
13.125
13.143
6
6
12, 667
13,000
7,786
8,000
7,469
7.222
6,271
4, 541
9,019
9,066
7,333
8,702
8,086
7,187
5,606
3,4
3.6
2.0
-
•
1
1
6
6
10,906
10.517
8,695
6.671
11,885
10,571
8,729
7,268
12,286
11,571
9,393
7.263
12,571
11,654
9,571
7,364
12,417
11,625
9,625
7,944
10,500
9,333
10,250
6,500
7,136
5,375
5,500
4.708
8,1009,015
8,1119.069
6
7,364
7.6258,740
-8,121
-7.129
-5,715
0. 2
4.6
0.5
3. 7
5."
20.6
9.1
6.23.1
6
6
6
Les notes soot données aprês le dernier tableau.
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
50
TABLE 13. Salaries of University Teachers-by Years Since Award of First Degree, and Region,
1963- 64"
TABLEAU 13. Traitements des professeurs d'universlté - selon les années depuis le premier grade et
selon Ia region, 1963- 64'
[J
No
univer-No
sityInformdegreeatton
Total
45 and
overPas de Pas de I
I-graderenseiI 45 et univer- gnenients 1
Years (to 1963) since award of first degree -
Années (Jusqu'en 1963) depuis le premier grade 77
0459 15.19 20 24 25 29
30 - 3435 3940-44
I
I
--I
I plussitaireI
Atlantic Provinces - Provinces de l'AtlsnUque
Number reported - Nombre déclaré
113
176
198
115
88
68
49
3rd quartile - le quartile ....................$
Median - Median....................................$
1st quartile- ler quartile._ ................. $
6.692
6,035
5.392
7,710
7,073
6,304
9.284
8,071
7,225
10.347
8,705
7.369
11,607
9,636
8,033
11,167
9,300
8,125
11,563
10,056
8,536
26
10,661
1962-63 median - median ....................$
1960-61 median - median ....................$
1958-59 medIan -median ....................$
5,697
4,818
4,833
6,597
6,263
5,510
1.589
6,939
5,808
8.433
7,682
8.688
8.000
7,100
9,500
8,900
8,000
8,250
8,000
6,917
7.917
6,950
8,950
8,700
6,962
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to -1 1963-64 ..................%
5.9
7.2
6.4
3.2
7.7
7.0
5.9
29.3
23.6
6
17
6
61012876
6
9,586
•6.8006,3337,807
6
6,651
6 6
6
9,786
6
6 6
6
73
-6,790
5,923
6
6
•
6
6 6
...
I6.4
29
111
1,938
7,389
9,250
7.620
6,510
11.148
8,875
7,339
6
Quebec - Québec
Number reported - Nombre déclaré
116
349
404
329
9.648
8,466
7,436
11.198
9,610
8,531
222
137
79
32
14,375
12.735
10.250
12,628
10.765
9,203
13,750
12,184
9.670
14,838
13,389
11.250
13,000
12,400
9,857
13,500
117
13
3rd quartile - 3e quartile ......................$
Median - Median ....................................$
1st quartile - ler quartile ....................$
6,981
5,806
7,947
7,315
6,583
1962-63 median - median ....................$
1960-61 median - median ....................$
1958-59median-m6dian ....................$
5,989
5,727
4.828
7.526
6.673
5,569
8,463
7,788
6,473
9,576
8,891
7,302
10,625
10,119
7.889
12,130
10,364
7,913
11,909
11,444
8,964
12,864
12,071
8.364
12,357
11,000
8,750
11,000
10,500
8,000
6,731
5,958
4,667
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to - a 1963-64 ...................%
7.4
- 2.8
0.0
0.4
19.9
- 11.3
2.3
4.1
0.3
22.7
9.8
146
69
14
40
6,434
6
6
6
6
-
8,870
8.338
6,756
...
0.1
6
Ontario
Number reported - Nombre déclarC
240
588
758
473
343
207
228
18
3,124
8.000
11.760
9.236
7.556
3rdquartlle-3e quartile ....................$
Median- Median ....................................$
1st quartile - ler quartile ....................$
7,038
6,414
5,708
8.388
7,597
6.931
10,233
9,035
7,898
11,824
10,008
8,534
13,409
11,176
9,457
14.286
12.500
10,037
14.775
11,081
10,398
15,100
13,767
11,567
15.393
13,722
12.023
13,667
•
10,750
7.222
5,857
1962-63 medIan - median ....................$
1960-61 median - median ....................$
1958-59 median - median ....................$
5,981
5,583
5.315
7.266
6,848
6,207
8.584
7.781
6,792
9.662
9,024
8,246
10,667
9,989
8.677
11,667
11,027
10,083
12.567
11,767
10,568
12.796
12,338
11,109
13,192
11,917
10,875
12,500
8.500
11.250
6.500
5,875
5.167
-
8.876
8,108
7,420
7.2
4.6
5.3
3.6
4.8
7.1
4.1
7.6
4.0
9.3
11.1
...
4.1
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-6310-a 1963-84....................
Western Provinces -
Number reported - Nornbre déclaré ....
6
6
Provinces de I'Ouesi
I198 I513 I699 1403 I277 I211 1151 186 I47 I5 I46 I48 1
12,994
11,231
9.331
13,570
12,013
9,875
14,161
12,659
10.303
14,313
12.571
9,643
14,063
12,911
10,350
12,580
12,217
9.821
13,118
12.400
10,333
12,857
12.600
10,500
6
0.6
- 4.2
0,5
6
3rdquartlle-3equartile ....................$
Median - Median ....................................$
1st quartIle - icr quartile ....................$
6,879
6,398
5,840
8,200
7,490
6.762
9,838
8,761
7,643
11,732
9,907
8,587
1962-63 median - méthan ....................$
1980-61 median - median ....................$
1958-59 median - median ....................$
6.236
5,989
5,477
7,578
7,231
6,398
8.613
8.101
7,382
10,260
9,660
8,210
11,303
8,818
11.075
11,438
9,433
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to - 1 1963 -64 ..................9
2.8
- L2
1.1
- 3.4
- 0,6
8.5
Notes follow the last table. 10.600
Lea
'
6
2,684
9,125
8,000
6,583
8,929
8,071
6,900
11,094
8,897
7,406
7,750
7,000
6,222
7,421
8,866
8,610
7.558
3.2
8.8
notes soot données aprCs Ic dernier tableau.
-
0.3
TRAITF.MENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
51
TABLE 14. Salaries of University Teachers - by Years Since Award of First Degree,
and Size of Institution, 1963 _64,,1
TABLEAU 14. Traitements des professeurs d'universlté-selon les années depuls le premier grade el
selon l'lmportance de l'lnstitution ,1963- 641 , 1
Years (to 1963) since award of first degree -
Années (Jusqu'en 1963) depuis le premier grade No
univer-No
sityinformdegreeation
45 and--Total
overPas de Pits de
0-45-910-1415-1920-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44-graderensej45 etuniver-gnernents
plussitaire
8 InstItutions with enrolment of 5.000 and over - 8 InstItutions comptant 5,000 inscriptIons et plus
Number reported - Noinbre dclar .. I241
3rd quartile 3e quartile ..................$
6,983
Median- Median................................$
6,516
1st quartile - let quartile ................ 8
8.048
1982-63 median - m6dlan ................$
8,244
1960-81 median - median ................$
5,808
1958-59 median - xndian ................$
5.243
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-83 to -1963-64 ..............%
4.4
I770 I
8,269
7,520
6,813
7,318
7,084
6,194
1,097
9,926
8,770
7,695
8,619
7,948
7,175
743
11,918
9,902
8,694
9,988
9,469
8,180
530
13,162
11,295
9,480
11,100
10,303
8,845
357
14,065
12,520
10,152
12,240
11,500
9,382
303
14,729
13,048
10,483
12,655
12,154
10,263
198
15,295
13,781
11,833
13.378
12,888
11,111
95
15.375
13,382
11.250
13,281
12,545
10,333
2.8
1.8
- 0.9
1.8
2.3
3.1
3.0
0.8
23
13,187
7,500
11.400
84
8.714
7,476
6,476
6,826
6,233
5.591
151
9,114
7,773
6,629
7,471
4,592
11,858
9,244
7,588
9,117
8,634
7,564
- 2.5
9.5
4.0
1.4
'
12.833
a
-
12 InstItutions with enrolment of 2,000- 4,999 - 12 InstitutIons comptant 2,000 4,999 inscrIptions
Number reported - Nombre déclard.
3rd quartile 3e quartile ..................$
Median - Mdian................................$
1st quartile - le quartile ..................$
1962-63 median - mc1ian ................$
1960-61 median -m4clian ................$
1958-59 median rndian ................$
increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to -A 1963-64 ..............%
193
6,929
6,277
5,545
6,019
5,780
5.382
449
8,138
7,474
6.785
7,108
7,092
6,225
552
9,886
8.838
7,802
8,390
7,896
6,904
335
11,458
9,692
8,272
9,609
9,394
7,939
204
13,042
11.324
9,517
11,273
10.793
8.490
146
13,567
11,846
9,594
10,967
11,293
9,395
104
14,214
12,917
10.875
12,714
11,947
9,182
75
14,271
12,929
10,958
12,083
12,119
9,964
33
13,679
12.562
lO 083
12,278
11,938
10,313
4,3
5.1
5.3
0.9
0,5
8.0
1.6
7.0
2.3
7
li
9
4
6
a
7 300
1
6
4
6
6
11,500
10,750
5,929
5,900
6
-
- 0.6
4
6
2.124
10,966
8,752
7,344
8,807
8,650
7.460
11 InstItutions with eiolment of 1.000-1,999 - 11 InstItutions comptant 1,000-1,999 InscrIptions
Number reported - Nombre dc1ar ..
3rd quartile - 3e quartile ..................
MedianMciian................................
1st quartile - let quartile ...............
1962-63median-m6dian ................
1960-61 median - m4dian ................
1958-59median-mdian................
increase - Augmentation:
1962-83 to - A 1963-64 ..... , .......
$
$
$
$
$
$
124
6,840
6,220
5,574
5,884
5,470
5,089
242
8,202
7.505
6,833
7,194
6,649
5,821
259
9,767
8,618
7.511
8,341
7,578
6,382
142
11,093
9,618
8.275
9,078
8,460
8,024
109
11,839
10,139
8,932
9,909
9,382
8.500
83
12,036
9,975
8,821
10,042
9,417
8,538
60
13.333
10,500
9,250
10,250
10,100
8,591
%
5.7
4,3
3,3
5.9
2.3
- 0,7
2.4
11
28
2
17
6
6
4
6
11,000
9,150
'
7,625
10,071
9,625
9,000
9,625
9,500
9,250
9.2
1.3
6
6
16
6
6
8,750
7,100
6,400
5,000
'
'
6
7.4
•
'
-
1,093
9.988
8.387
7,126
8,082
7,562
6,588
3.8
6
10 Institutions with enrolment of 500-999 - 10 InstItutions comptant 500- 999 inscrIptions
Number reported - Nombre dclar .. I45
3rd quartile - 3e quartile ..................$
6,819
Median-F.4dian................................$
6,194
1st quartile - ler quartile ................$
5,544
1962-63 medIan - midian ................$
5.833
1960-81 median - median ................$
5,383
1958-59median-me'dian ................$
5,000
Increase - Augmentation:
1982-83 to - a 1963-64 ..............%
6.2
188 I80 160 I52 I30 I33 I24 I17 I5 I13 I3 1448
7.639
6,774
6,192
6,500
6,617
5,919
10.313
8,800
7,368
7,125
7,478
6,276
10,911
9,638
8,333
9,071
8.219
6,833
12,800
10,429
8,333
9,000
9,531
6,977
14,100
11,600
9,167
9,375
8,500
7,545
4.2
23,5
6.2
15.9
23.7
13,875
11,813
9,625
'
9,444
7,786
'
6
e
6
12.500
13,500
12,000
8,250
7.375
4
4.2
6
6
6
6
6
-
6
6
-
...
8.7
2
365
8,841
7.428
6,427
1.290
7,100
6,246
'
6
6
6
11,276
8,750
8,817
8,200
7,401
6,438
6
5,875
6
•,,
25 InstItutions with etrolment under 500 - 25 InstitutIons comptant moms de 500 inscrIptions
Number reported - Nombre dclar ..
3rd quartIle - 3e quartile ..................
Median - Median ................................
1st quartile - let quartile ................
1962 -63 median - m6dian ................
1960-81 median - medIan ................
1958-59median-md1an................
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to - A 1963 -64 ..............
$
$
$
64
8,778
6.185
5,476
79
7,595
6,919
6.282
71
8,625
7,629
7,056
40
8,889
7,818
6,889
33
9,188
8,423
7,312
$
$
$
5.647
5.400
5,062
6,725
6.500
5.775
7,684
7,393
6,143
8.000
7.917
7.134
%
9.5
2.9
- 0,7
- 2.3
Notes follow the last table. 24
28
'
12
9
6
6
8,818
8,667
9,000
6
9,250
8.000
7,000
8,750
9,000
7,250
8,333
10,187
7,833
9,000
9,500
7.600
8.500
- 8.9
0.8
4.0
0.0
6
6
1
6
2
6
6
6
•
-
-
'
'
6
6
Les notes sont donnes aprAs le dernier tableau.
6
6
1.9
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
TABLE 15. Salaries of University Teachers - by Years Since Award of First Degree,
and Contiol of institution, 1963641,3
TABLEAU 15. Traitements des professeurs d'université - selon lee années depuis le premier grade et
selon Is direction de l'institution, 1963 - 641'
II
No
urUver- INoI
city I informdegree I aLlan I
-IT0 t8
45and
-
Pas
de Pas de I
over
grade
i
renselI
0-45-910-1415-1920-24 25-29 30-34 3539 40-44-univer- Ignementsl
45 et
sitaire
plus
Years (o 1963) sInce award of first degree Annes (jusqu'en 1963) depuls le premier grade 13 InstItutions under Federal or provincial cono1 - 13 Institutions fédérales ou provinciaies
- Nombre dklarê....
318
788
1,051
643
454325274170831495614,276
6,996
8,372
10,023
11.774
13,331 13.917 14.643 15,033 15,321 6 8,8558,859 11,513
6,433
7,587
8,908
9,988
11,391 12,266 12.879 13,567 13,458 11.5007.6257.8649.113
5.772
6,923
7,765
8,635
9,500 10,063 10.422 11,300 11,292 •6,2976,5217,507
m6than ..................$
6.207
7.362
8.644
9,971
11.104 11.840 12.571 13,176 13,281 12.667 7.1007,4218,892
mdian ..................$
5.840
7.196
7,987
9,491
10.509 11,300 12.152 12.500 12,633 6,2506,395-8,444
1958-59medIan-mdian ..................$
5.458
6,336
7,121
8.141
8,7849,500 10,125 10,737 10.375 11.250 5.848-7,464
3.6
3.1
3.1
0,2
Number reported
3rd quurtlle - 3e quartile....................$
Median
-
Mdian .................................. 8
1st quartIle
-
let quartile ..................$
1962-63 medIan
1960-61 median
Increase
-
-
Augmentation:
1962-63 to
-
1 1963-64 ................%
1
2.63.6 2.53.01.3
1 - 9.2 17.4 16.02.5
39 Institutions under church control - 39 Institutions rellgieuses
Number reported
-
- Nombre d6clar6....
175
367
421
288
213
165
115
74
37
14
10
114
1,993
9.167
10,206
3e quartile....................$
6,631
7,675
9,184
10,394
12.386
12,783
14.078
14,382
13.292
Median - Mdian ..................................$
5,981
7,051
8.047
9,289
10.423
10.362
11,542
12.000
10,500
let quartile - ler quartile ..................$
5.427
6,292
7.231
8,158
8.685
8,726
9,625
9,583
9,250
1962-63 medIan - median ..................$
5,625
6,733
7.910
9,300
9,818
9,821
10,909
10,750
9,625
10,750
6,000
8,500
7,998
1960-61 median - m4dian ..................$
5,049
6,049
7,148
8,421
9.196
9,000
9,682
9.750
10.000
8,000
5,500
7,336
4,515
5,367
6,000
7,173
6,946
6,711
7,433
8,000
7,667
6,875
5,250
-
6.3
4,7
1.7
6.2
5,5
5.8
11,6
9.1
20.9
16.7
11.3
3.2
14
2,353
3rd quartIle
1958-59 median
-
median ..................$
6
6
13.000
6
7,000
•
7,542
8,256
6,404
6,924
6.267
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to - 11963-64 ................%
-
0.1
-
14 Institutions independent of church and state - 14 Institutions indépendantes
Number reported
- Nombre declare....
174
471
587
389
261
154
135
93
45
3e quartile....................$
7,012
8,287
10.131
11,813
12.805
14.382
13,967
14.639
14.438
- Median ..................................$
1st quartile - let quartile ..................$
6,522
7.522
8,819
9,933
10.773
12,400
12.361
13.028
12,813
6,039
6,831
7,623
8.332
9,154
9,719
9,893
11,031
10,313
6,152
7,246
8,629
9.719
10.850
11,967
11.604
12,568
12,278
9.500
6,667
3rd quartile
-
Median
1962-63 medIan
-
median ..................$
1960-61 median - mCthan ..................$
1958-59 median
Increase
-
-
median .................8
10
6
12.000
6
20
6
11,397
6
7,167
6
7,800
8,999
6
7,494
6
6,883
5.700
6,847
7,990
8,951
10,031
10,900
11.433
11,833
11,500
11,250
6,000
6.131
6,955
8,115
9,000
8,821
10.167
9,786
10,357
9.500
4,667
-
8,474
4.818
6.0
3,8
2,2
2.2
3,6
6,5
3.7
4.4
26.3
7.5
..,
1.3
7,361
Augmentation:
1962-63 to
-
1 1963-64 ................%
Notes follow the last table. -
0.7
Lea notes sont donnêes apr88 le dernier tableau.
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
53
TABLE 16. Salaries of University Teachers-by Rank and Highest Earned University Degree, 1963.641,2
TABLEAU 16. Tralternents des professeurs d'université -selon le rang et le plus haut grade universitaire acquis,
1963 - 64 1 , 2
Salazy range --
Echelle de traltement
Associate Assistant Professors Lecturers and
Deans1Professors ProfessorsProfessors ungradePInstructors
- - - - - -Total
Doyens'professeurs Professeursprofesseurs ProfesseursCharges
titulalres4agregesadjoints non cIassesde cours
Doctorate4T - Doctorat4'
$20,000 and over - et plus.................................
19.000-19.999 .....................................................
18.000-18.999.....................................................
17.000- 17,999 .....................................................
16,000- 16,999 .....................................................
.6
.3
.3
..8
..17
10
2
9
22
42
15,000-15.999 .....................................................
14,000- 14,999.....................................................
13,000- 13,999 .....................................................
12,000-12,999 .....................................................
11,000-11,999 .....................................................
. 21
..19
..9
.. 4
.. 3
69
184
300
259
81
2
1
10
32
209
10,000- 10,999 .....................................................
..2
..4
9.000-9.999 .....................................................
8,000-8,999.....................................................
.7,000-7,999 .......................................................... 1
6,000-6.999._ ................................................. ..... -
48
25
378
515
64
12
1
5,000-5,999......................................................... 4,000- 4,999
3,000 -3,999......................................................... 2,000 -2,999 ......................................................... Under - Moms de 2,000 ...... ........................... ..... Number reported
-
1
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
3
1
-
1
2
1
5
14
102
539
552
24
2
3
2
5
5
1
1
1
-
-
1
-
-
3
-
-
6
6
40
82
14
3
-
16
6
12
30
62
92
204
319
300
300
444
855
611
611
113
16
5
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
100
1,053
1,229
1,238
22
154
3,796
15, 381
15.100
14.000
12, 100
9,667
13,372
12,817
12.188
9.974
7,973
10,057
9,788
9,397
8,092
6,350
8,078
7.807
7,518
6,529
5,284
7,800
7,844
7,000
6,732
6,539
6,081
5,505
4,423
9,827
9,536
9,025
7,869
6,285
1.9
4,3
2,7
3.5
0.6
3.0
3.1
Nombre dclarê
Median salazy - Traitement median:
1963.64............................ ...........................$
1962-63 ........................................................$
1960-61........................................................$
1958-59........................................................$
1956-57............................. ...........................$
-
-
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to - a 1963-64
6
Master's degreeMaftrls&'
$20,000 and over - et plus.................................
.4
19,000 - 19,999.....................................................
.4
18,000-18,999 .....................................................
.5
17,000 - 17,999 .....................................................
.2
16,000 - 16,999 .......................................................... 5
3
1
2
5
9
15,000- 15,999.......................................................... 9
14,000-14.999.......................................................... 6
13,000-13,999 .......................................................... 4
12,000 - 12,999 .......................................................... 6
11.000 - 11,999 .......................................................... 4
24
58
80
91
36
10,000 - 10.999 ......................................................... 2
9,000-9,999 ................
2
8.000-8,999 .......................................................... 1
7.000-7,909 .......................................................... 6,000-6,999 .......................................................... -
14
10
3
5.000 - 5,999 ......................................................... 4,000-4,999 ......................................................... 3,000-3,999 .......................................................... 2,000-2,999.......................................................... t1der - Moms de 2,000 ........................................ Number reported
-
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to - a 1963-64 ..............................
Notes follow the last table. 1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
3
15
103
154
215
41
22
-
2
1
1
2
-
4
-
7
5
7
7
15
-
33
66
89
115
147
-
1
10
72
343
459
102
2
4
11
19
20
3
7
21
146
479
185
310
420
646
602
3
7
2
1
179
17
7
1
-
-
-
-
-
169
15
5
1
-
-
-
-
-
54
338
554
996
69
847
2,858
15, 222
15,300
14,714
12,063
9,300
13,162
12.712
12. 022
9.612
7,565
9,995
9,782
9,326
7,631
6,023
7,856
7,651
7,354
6,351
5,128
7,237
7,177
6,308
5,385
5,000
6,487
6,198
5,697
5,119
4,192
7,964
7,818
7,593
6.707
5.425
0.5
3.5
2.2
2.7
0.8
4.7
1.0
Nombre d6clarê
Median salary - Traltement m8dlan:
1963-64........................................................$
1962-63........................................................$
1960-61 ........................................................$
1958-59 ........................................................$
1956 .57 ......................... ...............................$
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
Lea notes soft donnêes après le dernier tableau.
54
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
TABLE 16. Saiaries of University Teachers-by Rank and Highest Earned University Degree, 1963_64 1,2 _ Continued
T.BLE.tU 18. Traltement.s des professeurs d'unlverslté - selon le rang et le plus haut grade universitaire acquis,
1963641 2 - suite
Salary range
Echelle de traitement
Deans
Professors 4
Associate
Professors
Assistant
Professors
Professors
u n gradeds
Lecturers and
Instructors
Doyens 3
Professeurs
titulaires4
Professeurs
agrégs
Professeurs
adjoints
Professeurs
non cIasss 2
Chargs
de cours
First professional degree beyond first baccalaiteate 4°
Premier grade profesionnel an deli du premier b*ccslauréat'
-
et plus ........................................ 3
$20. 000 and over
....1
19,000-$19,999 .................................................... ..
18,000.18,999.......................................................... 6
17,000 -17,999 .................................................... ......
.... 1
16,000-16.999.....................................................
10
4
8
3
....1
.... 1
.... 1
....1
11
-
15.000-15,999....................
14.000-14,999.....................................................
13,000-13,999.....................................................
12,000-12,999 .....................................................
11.000-11,999.....................................................
10,000-10,999.....................................................
....2
9,000-9,999.....................................................
....1
8,000-8,999 .................................................... .....
7 ,000 -7,999 ........................... . ........................ .....
6.000-6,999 .................................................... .....-
5.000-6,999 .................................................... ..... 4 .000 -4.999 .................................................... .....3 ,000 -3. 999 .................................................... .....2 ,000 -2,999 .................................................... .....Under - Moms de $2,000 .................................. .....21
Number reported - Nombre déclarI
Median salary - 'l'rattement median:
16,500
1963-84..........................................................$
1962-63 ......................................................... ..
1960-61 .........................................................$
1958-59.........................................................8
1956-57.........................................................$
-
Increase
Augmentation:
1982-63 to -11963-64
................................
4
24
29
18
2
8
3
1
2
-
13
S
1
8
3
6
16 19
2
3
4
12
14
33
39
30
34
25
3
7
15
21 52
51 13
2
24
3
4
12
8
1
1
174
26
3
4
6
22 44
33
3
2
121
50
54
65
86
69
39
2
570
121
107
17,500
15,250
13,500
9,500
14,062
13,400
12,683
10,964
8,656
10,688
10,393
9,767
8,212
6,787
8,422
8,179
7.593
6,712
5,458
6.583
7,000
5,833
3,500
6,5119,352
6,611 9,179
5,758 8,878
5,096 7.841
4, 125
6,583
-5.7
4.9
2.8
3.2
-6.0
- 1.5
1.9
First baccalaureate2° - Ptemier bacc1aix8at
-1
--
3
1
1
1
6
15,000-15,999.......................................................1
14,000- 14,999.......................................................1
13,000- 13,999 .................................................... ..
12,000-12,999....................................................... 1
11 1 000-11.999....................................................... 2
12
22
25
21
6
-
et plus ....................................
$20,000 and over
19,000-$19,999 .................................................... ..
18,000- 18,999 ....................................................
17,000-17,999 ....................................................
16,000- 16,999 .....
..
..
.
-
-
.
10,000-10,999 .....................................................
9,000-9,999 .................................................... ..8 ,000 -8,999 ................................................... ..7 ,000 -7,999 .................................................... ..6,000-6,999 .................................................... ..-
5 .000 -5,999 ....................................................
4,000-4.999 ....................................................
3.000-3.999 .......................
2 ,000 -2,999 ....................................................
Under
Moms de $2,000 ..................................
-
Number reported
..
..
- Nombre d4clarC
Notes follow the last table. %
2
i
-
2
11
35
48
77
8
4
-
1
-
3
-1
-1
1
4
6
35
92
136
31
3
7
2
5
190
313
19
'
13,760
13,292
12, 544
11,000
8,353
10,125
0,937
9.364
7,861
6,017
7,908
7.797
7,529
6,370
4,980
6.357
6,350
5.700
4,750
3,875
'
3.5
1.9
1.4
0.1
-
-
---
3
104
6
Ttaitement median:
Median salary
1963-64 ..........................................................$
1962-63..........................................................$
1960-61 ..........................................................$
1958-59 ..........................................................$
1956-57..........................................................$
Augmentation:
Increase
1982-63 to - I 1963-64 .......
---
..
...
4
2
3
Lea notes sont données aprs le dernier tableau.
9
14
1
3
5
6
5
15
46
198
126 34
9
449
28
31
38
52
64
119
116
189
236
133
35
10
1,081
6,280 7,669
5,941 7,571
5,570 7,316
4,8796,008
4.838
3.958
5.7
1.3
TRAITEMENTS UT QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
TABLE 16. Salaries of University Teachers-by Rank and Highest Earned University Degree
55
1963-64'.' - Concluded
TABLEAU 16. Traitements des prolesseurs d'université - selon le rang et le pins haut grade universitaire acquts,
19636413 - fin
Salary range
Deaiis 6
-
-
che11e de traitement
IAssociate
Professocs
Doyens'
Assistant
Professors
Professors
-
-
Professeurs
titulaires'
Professeurs
agrCgés
-
15,000 -15,999.......................... ... ....................... .. 14,000- 14.999.................................................... ..13.000-13.999 ............
12.000 -12.999.....................................................
.11.000-11.999 .................................................... .
-
5.000-5,999................................................... ..
4.000 -4,999.....................................................
3,000-3.999.....................................................
2,000 -2.999.....................................................
Under - Moms de $2,000 ...................................
Number reported - Nombre declare
-
-
-
-
6
6
-
6
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
6
5
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
-
1
4
14
11
5
-
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
12
36
10.000
9,583
7.625
6.200
8.143
7.633
7,286
6,333
5.083
4.4
6.7
6
-
2
-
-
-
-
Increase - Augmentation:
1962 -63 to - 1 1963 -64
-
-
6
-
Total
-
1
-
-
Charges
de cours
-
1
1
-
Median salary - Traltement median:
1963-64 ..........................................................8
1962 -83.......................................................... $
1960-61 .......................................................... $
1958-59 .......................................................... $
1956-57..........................................................$
-
-
-
.....-
Professeurs
non classes 5
Pas de grade universitaire
-
1
2
1
10,000-10,999 ........
91000 -9.999.................................................... ..8,000-8.999.................................................... ..7.000 - 7,999.................................................... ..6,000 -6,999.....................................................
-
-
Lecturers and
Instructors
-
Professeurs
adjoints
No university degree
$20,000 andover - et plus...................................
.191000-819.999 .................................................... ..18,000-15,999.................................................... ..17.000- 17,999.............................................16,000-16,999
Professors
ungraded 5
-
-
1
6
-
6
a
6
2
4
-
-
2
2
7
17
24
10
12
22
29
29
17
8
2
17
6
2
-
-
-
79
134
6.604
6.250
5.565
5,021
3,962
7.448
6,883
6.240
5,606
4.500
5.7
8.2
No information - Faa de renseignements
$20,000 and over - et plus ...................................
19.000 -8191999 ....................................................
181000-18.999 ....................................................
17.000- 17,999 ....................................................
16,000-16.999 ...................................................
1- - - - -
15,000-15.999 ....................................................
14.000- 14.999 ...................................................
13.000- 13.999 ....................................................
12,000- 12.999 ....................................................
11,000- 11.999 ....................................................
-
-
Number reported - Nombre dêclard ....................
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to -1 1963 -64 ..............................
Notes follow the last table.
1
12
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
2
6
1
2
4
-
-
5,000-5,999 ....................................................
4,000 -4.999 ... ................................................
3,000-3,999 ....................................................
2,000-2,999 ....................................................
Under - Moms de $2,000 ..................................
-
2
3
-
10.000- 10.999 ....................................................
9.000-9.999 ...................................................
8.000 -8.999 .................................................
7,000-7,999 ....................................................
6.000-6.999 ....................................................
Median salary - Traitement median:
1963-64 ..........................................................$
1962-63 ..........................................................$
1960-61... ............... . ..................................... $
1958-59 ..........................................................$
1956-57 ..........................................................$
3
-
-
9
6
4
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
6
6
1
5
10
22
17
8
-
-
20
64
9,883
8,273
7,333
12.8
-
3
3
5
6
3
5
21
32
6
25
27
40
40
16
8
17
8
85
183
-
6,578
5,900
7,662
7,361
...
11.5
4.1
-
2
-
1
-
6
-
-
-
3
0
Lea notes paraissent aprCs le dernier tableau.
-
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIF'TCATIONS
56
TABLE 16 A. Salaries of University Teachers - by Years Since Award of Highest Earned Degree, Sex and Field, 1963- 64 1 '
,
TABLEAU 16 A. Traftements des professeurs d'unlversité- selon les années depuis le plus haut grade universitaire
acquis et selon le sexe el le domaine, 1963- 641,I, 56
Salary range -
ItcheUe de trattement 0-4
1
Years (to 1963) since award of highest earned degree
-
No
Années (jusqu'en 1963) denuis le olus haut grade wilversitaire acquls informatlon
45 and-Total
over Pas de
35-39 40-44-rensei15-19 20-24
25-29
30-34
5-910-14
45 et gnements
1
1 1 1
Doctorate 4' - Doctorat4 '
-
$20,000 and over - et plus ..........................................
19.000 - $191999 .............................................................. 1
18.000-18,999 ................................. ......................... ..
17.000 -17,999 ............................................................ ..
16,000- 16,999 ..................................................... . ......
15,000-15,999 .............................................................4
14,000-14,999 .............................................................. 3
13,000-13,999 .............................................................8
26
12.000- 12.999 ............................................. .............
25
111000-11,999 .............................................
10,000-10.999 .............................................................52
91000-91999 ........................................................... ..165
8,000-8,999 .............................................................. 306
465
7,000-7,999 ...........................
6,000 -6.999 .............................................................86
5,000-5,999 ..............................................................9
4.000
4,999 .............................................................1
3,000 -3,999 .............................................................
2,000 -2,999 .............................................................
Under Moms de $2,000 ...........
.
.
-
.
.
-
-
-
2
2
-
5
5
20
45
69
93
202
309
223
114
13
2
1
-
2
4
3
2
9
18
56
92
100
123
115
123
49
17
5
2
-
2
1
-
-
2
8
13
16
39
47
1
4
8
12
31
62
34
18
28
21
12
5
2
3
9
14
19
25
30
20
10
15
9
6
4
24
17
21
10
6
3
1
1
2
-
-
4
-
-
-
1
6
6
8
16
21
13
12
10
14
3
3
1
1
1
-
1
-3
4
1
6
10
10
13
12
1
1
1
1
1
1
-
2
2
-
2
1
-
-
-1
--
1
10
Number reported - Nombre d8clar .............................1,151 1,10572023921216911565
-
-
-
•
1
1
1
3
-
2
16
6
12
30
62
92
204
319
300
300
444
655
611
611
113
16
5
I3 I7 1 3,796
Median salary - Traltement m4dian:
All - Tous ........... - ................................................. $ 8,0479,64611,39812,98513.44713.65013,02413.96212,000
76813.30614, 050 12.000 6
Men - Hommes ......................................................$ 8,096 9,70411,51313,04313.34413,6
11,2006 -Women - Femmes ..................................................$7,611S. 1339,06310,00010,500
Solon le domaine:
By field
Administration de
Faculty administration
15,000 15,300 14,917 16,000 15,500 15,000
lafaculté........................................................$
6
6
Humanités ..................................$ 7,734
9,136 10,350 12,833 12,667 12,250 12,333 13,625
Humanities
6
6
............8
8,394
9,969 11,775 12,250 13,000 13,400 11,500 15,000
Sciences sociales
Social Sciences
6
Sciences blologiques..$ 8.000
9,853 11,697 13,063 13,375 14,250 13,500 13,000
Biological Sciences
6
9,569 11,260 12,750 13,500 13,625 13,150 13,875
Physical Sciences - Sciences physiques .......$ 8,030
-
1
-
-
-
-
-
•9.827
9.899
-8.500
6
'
-
6
15.348
9,298
9,687
10,339
9,767
Master's degree - Maitrlse'
-
$20,000 andover
et plus ................................ .......... ..19,000-819.999 ..............................................................
18.999
..............................................................
18,000- 17,000 -17,999 ..............................................................
16,000-16.999 ..............................................................
15,000-15,999 ............................................................... 1
14.000-14.999 ..............................................................2
13.000-13,999 ............................................................... 1
12,000-12.999 .............................................................2
11,000- 11.999 ..............................................................7
13
10,000-10,999 .......................................
9,000-9.999 ..............................................................30
8.000-8 1 999 .............................................................. 100
272
7,000-7,999 .............................................................
416
6,000-6,999 ............................................................
153
5,000 -5,999 .............................................................
4.000 -4,999 .............................................................9
3,000 -3,999 .............................................................3
1
2,000 -2.999 .............................................................
..
Under - Moms de $2,000.......................................
-
---
1
3
2
3
13
20
31
91
161
254
123
13
1
1
-
-
1
-
2
2
7
11
16
22
50
60
109
100
78
44
4
3
-
2
-
3
1.
1
1
2
8
22
14
12
19
10
16
10
1
3
7
15
18
34
26
32
42
28
23
3
4
2
4
-
-
1
-
-
3
3
3
-
3
3
Number reported - Nombre déclaré .............................1,0107185092391211187146
salary
All -Tous............................................................$
Men Hommea......................................................$
Femmes..................................................$
Women
Selon le domalne:
By field
Administration de
Faculty administration
iafaculté........................................................$
Humanités ..................................$
Humanities
Sciencessoclales ..............$
Social Sciences
Biological Sciences Sciences biologiques..$
Sciences physlques ......$
Physical Sciences
Ma,lia,,
- TrRitemPnt mdIAn:
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Notes follow the last table. 6,815
6.869
6,523
6
6,445
7,091
6,929
7,048
7,870
7.928
7,470
6
7,409
7,979
8.033
8,300
9,234
9,380
8,406
10,547
10,981
8,600
11,292
11,773
9,750
14,750
8,220
9,333
9.625
9,556
15,167
9,591
10.409
11,800
10,750
13,000
10,917
11,125
•
11,000
11,556
11,735
10.375
0
11,500
11.500
11.500
11,125
12.188
13,000
8,833
6
9,750
12,000
13.833
12,667
12,750
13.600
6
16,000
11.500
'
'
-
--
2
3
1
6
5
4
5
3
6
-
4
2
7
5
7
7
1
15
1
33
11
66
89
3
115
2
2
147
185
1
310
1
2
420
646
3
1
602
4
---179
--17
2
2
2
1
3
4
12
8
8
7
6
7
2
7
8
13
16
18
20
14
9
1
-
-
1
-
2
3
-
-
132112,858
12,250
6
6
6
6
0
-
6
10,500
Les notes paraissent après le dernier tableau.
6
-
7,500
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
7,964
8,076
7457
14,889
7,253
8.037
9,
8,263
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATIoN DANS LES UNIVERSITES
TABLE 16A. Salaries of tiniversity Teachers - by Years Since Award of Highest Earned Degree,
Sex and Field, 1963-64 1 0 ,35 - Concluded
T.I BLEAU 16 A. Traitements des professeurs d'universit - selon les années depuis le plus haul grade universitaire
acquls et selon le sexe et le domaine, 1963-64 "a'" - fin
Salary range
tcheUe de traltement
Years (to 1963) since award of highest earned degree
Années (juagu'en 1963) depuis le plus haul grade universitalre acquls
No
informat ion
45afld
over
Faa de
0-4 5-9 10-14 15-19 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 rensej45 et gnements
plus
Total
First professional degree beyond First baccalaureate'9
Premier grade proFessionnel su dell du premier bacca1anrêat'
$20,000 and over - et plus ..........................................
19,000-819.999 ............................................................
18,000 -18,999 ............................................................
17.000- 17.999 .............................................................
16.000- 16,999 .............................................................
15,000 -15.999 .............................................................
14,000- 14,999 .............................................................1
13000- 13,999 .............................................................1
12,000- 12,999 ............................................................ ..11,000- 11,999 .............................................................4
10,000- 10,999 .............................................................3
9,000 -91999 .............................................................3
81000-81999 ............................................................ ... 0
7,000-7,999 .............................................................. 24
6.000-6,999 ..............................................................41
5.000 -5,999 .............................................................. 34
4 .000 -4,999 .............................................................1
.
3,000 -3,999 .............................................................
.
2,000 -2,999 ............................................................2
Under - Momsde82.000 .......................................... .
-
1
1
1
4
4
6
7
14
13
27
39
18
2
2
-
1
1
2
3
5
8
10
10
11
22
14
12
8
2
-
Number reported - Nombre d6c1ar .............................24
Median salary - Trallement md1an:
All- Tous .............................................................. S 6.610
Men- Hommes ......................................................$ 6,750
Women - Femmes..................................................$ 6. 111
By field - Selon le domaine:
Faculty administration - Administration de Is
facult6............................................................ $
Hamanities - ftumanits ..................................$ 6,000
Social Sciences - Sciences socialea............$ 6,563
BIological Sciences - Sciences biologiques $ 8. 167
Physical Sciences - Sciences physiquea ......$ 6.542
139
8,315
8,423
7.167
6
I
2
4
7
11
7
8
5
6
8
I
-
5
4
2
6
9
5
2
7
5
5
1
-
-
108
65
51
9,818
9.929
11,643
11.833
13,056
13. 333
6
2
3
1
6
7.056
8,389
9.750
7,818
6
7.800
9,250
11.611
9.000
12,400
12,100
6
4
2
-
-
3
3
-
3
3
4
4
1
4
3
1
-
3
8
5
2
2
1
1
2
-
3
2
1
2
2
1
-
-
31
25
18
5
13.375
13. 625
13,900
14. 000
14.333
14,250
6
6
8
-
1
3
1
-
1
-
1
-
6
6
6
6
8
6
6
6
9
13,250
14,750
14,125
6
6
6
8
6
6
-
1
1
6
6
6
1
1
1
-
-
1
1
1
-
1
3
•
4
-
-
-
-
8
2
570
9,352
9,625
6,964
-
6
6
13
5
14
1
8
14
33
39
39
34
50
54
65
86
69
39
4
-
16, 000
7,353
8,289
11,500
7,761
First baccalaureate" - premier bacca1anrat"
120.000 and over - et pius ............................................ 19,000-819.999 .............................................................. 18.000-18,999 ..... ....................................................... .. 17.000-17,999 .............................................................. 16.000-16999 .............................................................. 15.000-15,999 ............................................................... 1
14,000 -14,999 .............................................................. 13,000-13,999 ............................................................ .. 12.000-12,999 ............................................................ ....11,000 -11.999 ................................................................ 101000-10,999 ................................................................ 1
9.000-9.999 ................................................................ 1
8.000-81999 ................................................................ 3
7,000-7,999 ................................................................ 39
6,000-6,999 ................................................................ 105
5,000-5,999 ................................................................ 79
4,000-4,999 ................................................................21
3000 -3,999 ................................................................ 5
2,000 -2,999 ................................................................Under - Moms de82.000 .............................................. Number reported - Nombre dclar ................................255
Median salary - Traltement median:
All -Tous ..............................................................$ 6,214
Men -Hommes......................................................$ 6.419
Women - Femmes ..................................................$ 5,645
By field - Selon ie domaine:
Faculty administration - Administration de Ia
racuite............................................................ $
Humanities - Humanit4s ...................................$ 6. 150
Social Sciences - Sciences sociales ............$ 6. 132
Biological Sciences - Sciences blologiques $ 6,045
Physical Sciences - Sciences physiques ......$ 6,433
Notes follow the last table. -
-
3
1
2
6
3
12
13
48
28
45
25
3
3
_2
3
2
5
2
10
9
14
18
22
17
12
6
3
-
235
194
7.097
7,281
6,500
8,679
9,022
7,385
6,667
6,768
7,708
7,357
6.653
7,2787,375
8, 8136.850918339,8336 e 6 - 6 7,511
9,441 11.000 11,250 11,333 101 000 6 6 -
9. 143
8,3008.6259,722 10,500 9,875 10,833 66 8 7,754
3
13
39
67
73
35
3
-
-
-
1
8
5
6
12
14
16
8
9
5
2
3
1
3
3
5
12
5
8
9
10
3
6
3
-
2
2
5
4
6
6
7
5
6
5
2
-
125
90
68
9.139
9,559
6,667
10.286
10.867
8,000
10,375
11,300
7,750
6
2
-
-
-
4
3
3
1
3
5
5
2
3
2
1
2
3
3
1
2
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
3
2
1
2
9
14
26
31
38
52
84
119
116
189
236
133
35
50
36
18
1
9
1.081
10,000
10,333
11.000
11,500
12.000
13,000
6 6
6
1
6
6
-6
Lea notes sont donnes après le dernier tableau.
'
6
6
-
6
6
3
3
7.669
8.077
6,474
6
58
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
TABLE 17. Salaries of University Teachers - by Highest Earned University Degree,
Sex and Field, 1963.64. 2
Master 's
Doctorate47
Salary range
Doctoral 4 '
Maftrlse"
cheile de traltement
M
No.
T
F
M
- Tous doinaines
All fields
-
1 $20,000 and over
etplus.................................................................
19,000 . $19,999...................................................................................
2
18,000 -18.999..................................................................................
3
17,000 -17,999...................................................................................
4
16,000 -16,999...................................................................................
5
. .16
-
6
12
29
62
-
16
6
12
30
62
7
5
7
7
14
1
6
7
8
9
10
91
15,000- 15,999...................................................................................
14,000- 14,999.................................................................................. .99
13,000- 13,999...................................................................................
306
12,000- 12,999...................................................................................
291
11,000- 11,999...................................................................................
282
1
5
13
9
18
92
204
319
300
300
30
64
82
106
130
11
12
13
14
15
10,000- 10,999...................................................................................
9,000-9,999...................................................................................
8,000-8,999...................................................................................
7,000.7,999...................................................................................
6,000-6.999...................................................................................
18
31
38
63
23
444
655
611
611
113
164
266
362
553
487
16
17
18
19
20
5,000-5,999...................................................................................
4,000-4,999...................................................................................
3,000-3,999..................................................................................
2,000-2,999...................................................................................
Under- Momsde$2,000 .................................................................
8
2
16
5
136
8
4
1
426
624
573
548
90
.
. .8
3
-
-
21 Number reported- Nombre dc1ar ................................................... , 588
22 3rdquartile- 3e quartile ................................................................$
23 Median- M4dlan ..............................................................................$
24 1st quartile - ler quartile ....................................................$
T
F
-
-
1
7
5
7
7
15
3
2
7
9
17
33
66
89
115
147
21
58
93
115
185
310
420
646
602
43
9
3
179
17
7
44
-
230
3,796
2,433
425
2,858
12.414
9,899
8,423
8,417
8,500
7,389
12,307
9,827
8.334
10,047
8,016
6,943
8,961
7,457
6,446
9,876
7, 964
6,848
9,609
9,089
7,926
8,333
7,972
6,692
7,900
7,647
6,785
7,349
7,353
6.270
7,818
7.593
6,707
5,425
2.2
1.5
1.9
-
25
26
27
28
Median Salary
Traitement mdian:
1962-63 ........................................................................................$
1960-61........................................................................................$
1958-59........................................................................................$
1956-51.......................................................................................$
..
..
9,536
9,025
7,869
6,285
29
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63 to - a 1983-64............................................................. 3.0
2.0
3.1
Faculty administration'
30 Number reported - Nombre dclar .....................................................
... 107
3
3equartile .......................................................$
31 3rd quartile
32 Median - M4dian ..............................................................................$
33 1st quartile - letquartile..............................................................$
16 736
15,413
13,977
•
'
'
Median salary - Traitement m6dian:
1962-68........................................................................................$
1960.61........................................................................................5
35
36
1958-59........................................................................................$
37
1956-57........................................................................................$
15,235
14,100
12.150
'
•
-
34
38
..
..
Increase - Augmentation:
1962-63to-A 1963-64 .............................................................. 1.2
Notes foUow the last table.
6
0
- Administration de 1* facultê'
110
60
16.694
15.348
14,025
17,500
15,000
12,857
17,000
14.889
12.571
15,088
13,976
12,050
9,333
15,300
14.786
11,800
15.000
14.643
11,600
9,000
1.7
-
2.0
4
64
- 0.7
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES 59
TABLEAU 17. Traltements des prolesseurs d'université - selon le plus haut grade universita,re acquls et
selon le sexe et le domaine, 1963First professional
degree beyond first
baccalaureate4 '
First
baccalaureate"
No university
degree
Premier
baccalaurat'°
Pas de grade
universitaire
Premier grade
professionel so dell du
premier baccalauréat 4 '
H
F
T
H
J
F
T
M
No information
Pas de renseignements
F
T
M
F
T
NO
All flelds - Tous domaines
13
5
14
1
8
14
31
39
36
31
2
-
3
3
-
13
5
14
1
8
3
3
1
2
9
14
33
39
39
14
26
30
38
34
43
9
14
26
31
38
52
3
3
1
2
9
1
-
1
2
4
-
-
1
2
4
3
1
3
5
6
-
1
2
11
16
10
12
22
29
29
4
22
25
33
26
2
3
2
7
14
611
25
12
27
13
40 14
40 15
15
5
2
17
6
2
9
3
8
5
17
16
817
18
19
20
I
-
1
-
1
1
1
2
3
4
5
3
1
3
5
6
6
7
8
9
10
-
47
52
61
77
55
3
2
4
9
14
50
54
65
86
69
62
108
104
149
178
2
11
12
40
58
64
119
116
189
236
10
11
20
18
13
27
3
1
2
12
1
39
4
1
2
77
15
8
56
20
2
2
1
-
133
35
10
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
517
53
570
870
211
1,081
82
52
134
142
41
183
21
12,882
9,625
7,538
8,938
6,984
6,018
12,603
9,352
7,320
10,218
8,077
6,660
7.556
6,476
5,549
9,771
7,869
6.391
9,682
8,350
7.250
7,091
6,250
5,400
8,795
7,448
6,293
9,447
8.000
6,904
7.536
6,536
5,656
9,210
7,663
6,519
22
9,500
8,866
8,019
7,000
7,000
6,786
9,179
8,678
7,841
6.583
7.931
7.672
8,210
6,193
5,724
5,183
7,571
7,316
6,008
4.838
7.625
6,938
5,975
5,941
5,500
5,038
6,883
6,240
5,606
4.500
7,500
-
-
7.361
-
25
26
27
28
1.9
1.8
1.3
9.5
8.2
6.7
...
4.1
29
1.3
-0.5
..
..
4.6
Facu1t' administration'
24
6
16,000
•
17,333
15,250
13,500
-1.7
-
24
16,000
S
-
9
6
S
17,333
15,250
13.500
9.500
6
'
6
'
..
7•7
Lea notes sont donnes aprIs le dernier tableau.
..
-
..
..
5.2
23
24
Administration de la facult4'
-
-
-
4
-
-
-
6
-
-
9
4
6
'
14.000
S
3
4
6
6
4
-
...
-
330
31
32
33
6
6
6
-
-
34
35
36
37
-
...
38
60
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
T%BLE 17. Salaries of University
Teachers-by Highest earned University Degree, Sex and Field
1982 -84" - Concluded
Doctorate 4'
Doctorat"
MIF
Masters4 '
Matinee4'
ITM FT
Humanities' - HurnanitIs'
1 I Number reimrted - Nombre d6c1ar ... .............. ........ ..- ................. I633
I82 I715 1696 I127 I823
23rdquartIle - 3e quartile .............................................................$
3MedIan - Mdlan.........................
$
41st quartIle-ler quartile ............................................................$
11,677
9.429
8,030
10,083
7.917
7,063
11,484
9.298
7.861
8,927
7.388
6,481
7,763
6,656
5.989
8,792
7,253
6,393
Median salary - Trattement median:
51962-63......................................................................................$
6196061......................................................................................$
71958-59......................................................................................$
8195667...................................................................................... $
9,165
8,313
7,489
..
7,964
1,615
6,333
..
9,052
8,205
7,344
6,031
7,123
6,779
5,971
..
8.370
5,833
5,750
..
6,989
6,867
5,952
4,972
Increase - Augmentation:
91962-63to - I1963-64....................... .. .................................%
2.9
-0.6
2,7
3.7
4.5
3.8
10Number reported - Nombre déclarI ...............................................
113rd quartile - 3e quartile ..............................................................$
12Median- MIdlan.........................................................- .................$
131st quartIle - lerquartile......................... ........... ......... .. ...........$
Median salary - Traltement median:
141962-63......................................................................................$
151960-61......................................................................................$
161958-59......................................................................................$
171956 - 57...................................................................................... $
Increase - Augmentation:
181962 -63 to - I1963-64... ..........................................................
Social Sciences' - Sciences
sociales'
806
61
867
809
196
1,005
12,102
9,718
11,125
9,346
8,173
12,036
9,688
8,363
9,788
8,061
7,086
9,391
7,958
8,921
9,708
8.037
7,059
9,435
8,880
7,836
..
9,192
8.591
6,857
..
9,413
8,826
7,784
6,204
7,869
7,658
6,685
..
7,788
7,650
6,571
..
7,852
7,656
6,660
5,377
3.0
1.7
2.9
2.4
2.2
2.4
8,380
Biological Sciences'
19Number reported - Nombre declare ................................................704
- Sciences
blologiques'
56
780
229
74
303
203rd quartile -3e quartile ..............................................................$
21Median-Median ............................................ . ................................$
221st quartIle- ler quartile .............................................................$
12,817
10,514
8,800
9,556
8,000
7,300
12,633
10,339
8,586
12,250
9,862
7.838
9,045
7,558
6,595
11,639
9,100
7,392
Median salary - Traitement median:
231962-63......................................................................................$
241980-61 ......................................................................................$
251958-59......................................................................................$
261956 - 57......................................................................................$
10,185
9,511
8,104
..
8,056
7,636
6,500
..
9.981
9,360
7,959
6,458
9,400
8,975
7.488
..
7,500
7,500
5,964
..
8,389
7,081
5.849
Increase - Augmentation:
271962-63 to - 1 1963 -64 ... .......................................................... 3.2
- 0.7
3.6
2.8
0.7
4.5
24
683
7,143
9,957
8,263
7.109
Physical
28Number reported - Norobre dCclarI ..............................................
12,070
9,781
8,383
Median salary - Traitement median:
321962-63........................................... . ........... . .............................. $
331960 -61......................................................................................$
341958-59......................................................................................$
351956 - 57. . ...................................................................................$
9,484
9.()40
7,809
Increase - Augmentation:
361962-6310-11963 -64 .........................................................
Notes follow the last table.
..
3.1
- Sciences physlques'
28
1,344
639
8,500
12,030
9,763
8,355
10,024
8.323
7.149
7,687
7,833
8,125
9,451
9,030
7,815
8,189
8,012
7,732
6.895
..
6,667
8,500
5,800
..
7,968
7,694
6,864
5,471
3.3
3.9
7.1
3.7
..1,318
293rd quartile - 3e quartile.................................... ...................... $
30MedIan - Median............................................................................$
311st quartile - ler quartile...............................- ...........................$
Sciences'
8,708
6
'
..
10.9
6
61
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES TABLEAU 17. Trakements des professeurs d'unlverslté-selon le plus haut grade universitaire acquis et
stlon le sexe et le domaine, 1963- 64,2 - fin
First professional
degree beyond first
baccalaureate'
Premier grade
professionel au deli du
premier baccalaur6at 4'
M
F
No university
degree
First baccalaureate'°
Premier baccalauréai'
T
M
1F
Pas de grade
universitaire
- Hwnanitke'
20
91
137
34
171
8,825
7.500
6.515
7,637
6,704
6.005
7,250
6,462
5.722
7,574
6,653
5,939
4
6.714
8.788
7,375
6.365
7,042
6,278
5,389
7,250
7,333
7,071
6,450
5,591
4,611
6,550
5.790
5455
5,731
4.958
4929
6394
5,632
5.321
4.333
8.500
7,000
6.214
4.3
2.4
4.1
-2.9
8.5
a
-7.4
..
..
12.8
Soci*I Sciences'
114
11,100
8,667
7,175
8,500
7.765
6,955
200
91
291
32
6,375
10,675
8,289
6,847
10,000
8,103
6,755
7,806
6,326
5,474
9,422
7,511
6,302
7.983
7,529
6,786
5 1 888
8,120
8,316
6,342
6,575
5,889
5,500
3.8
-0.2
5,929
6.000
'
7.5
..
..
-3.8
5.583
5,500
6,714
6.688
5,875
7,187
a
-0.8
6.1
16.9
13.5
a
24
27
32
'
6,333
6.450
11,333
9,167
7.286
4
8,227
5.615
5.278
6.208
5,643
5,363
3,808
7.592
6,676
5,650
11,880
9,143
7,143
10,958
10,786
8,674
7.875
8.500
7,286
10,750
10,604
8,558
6,915
10,019
9.261
6,208
6.179
5,738
4,938
8.741
8.420
5,625
4.826
4.6
Physical Sciences'
1
9,346
7,783
6,694
7,618
7.333
5.938
a
a
-
95
327
19
a
'
..
a
6
7
8
9
16
66
10
7,000
8,833
7,778
6,792
11
12
13
6,889
--
14
15
16
17
12.9
18
11
43
19
6,375
10,417
7,938
6,639
20
21
22
8,250
-
23
24
25
26
-3.8
27
a
-
3.9
a
a
-
-
a
- Sciences physiques'
346
3
24
a
a
10.7
1.2
'
1.7
1.1
2.3
•
..
'
16.1
5,600
5,833
L,es notes sont donnüs aprës le dernier tableau.
a
.,
7,776
7,321
6,294
a
12.8
a
7,227
6,563
5,611
7,588
7.333
5,812
5,875
..
a
a
7,667
7,281
6,254
4.951
6,500
-
..
3
8,000
9,628
7.873
6.568
a
..
9,533
7.754
6,500
9,327
7,781
6.853
--
- Sciences biologiques'
12,517
9,955
8.228
8.0
--
a
8,250
7.438
6,750
14.107
11,543
9,369
a
a
a
'
7,570
7.200
5,957
4.872
10,167
94
-0.8
6.300
14,275
11,750
9,548
0.8
a
a
264
-
a
--
50
67
7.4
a
8,967
8,133
7,125
197
29,1
7,812
6,500
5,778
4,833
9,139
7.850
6,528
231
7.2
1
2
3
4
6,100
a
9,667
8,750
7,667
17
..
'
42
7.214
51
214
..
..
13
7,750
19
Biological Sciences'
'
6
TNO
8,125
6,769
5,929
a
'a
29
j
- Sciences sociales'
129
a
a
I F
M
29
6
..
15
a
2.0
2.2
23
8,250
Pas do renseignements
I T
MF
T
HumanIties'
71
No information
•
••
a
a
..
•
28
1
29
28
a
a
a
7,786
7.857
a
a
•7,929
29
30
31
7,136
6,375
5,558
4,708
7.583
--
--
9.1
3.6
...
a
'
..
27
a
a
7,583
-
32
33
34
35
4.6
36
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
62
TABLE 18. Age of University Teachers — by Rank, Field and Size of Institution, 1983_64 11,11
TABLEAU 18. Age des professeurs d'université selon le rang, le domatne et l'importance de l'institution,
196364 11
-
. 12
Age (In 1963)
Deans3
Professors
Associate
Professors
Assjstat
Professors
Professors
ungraded5
Age (en 1963)
Doyens 2
Professeurs
tltu.taires4
Professeurs
agrégés
Professeurs
adjoints
Professeurs
non classes'
All fields
65 and over - at plus .........................................
60-64...................................................................
55-59...................................................................
77
13
19
.39
31
40-44._ ..................................................35-39...................................................................
.10
30-34................................................................
. 4
25-29...........................................................
Under - Moms de 25 .........................................
.No Information - Pas de renseignementa
211
Number reported - Nombre déclari
Median age" - Age median":
1963-64...........................................................
.51
51
1962-63...........................................................
51
1960-61 .......
1958-59........................................................... 51
52
105 657
273
330
368
325
166
26
2
327
543
603
274
18
-
-
12
2,199
49
49
49
49
41
41
41
41
461
41
50
41
48
49
40
52
50
43
45
1963-64 medians for institutions with enrolment of - Médianes de 1963-64 pour lea
Insdtudons oii lea Inscriptions sont de:
5,000 and over - at plus ............................... 53
2,000-4,999 .....................................................48
1,000- 1,999 ..................................................... 52
500- 999 ..................................................... 50
Ls
ea than - Moins de 500 .............................49
Notes follow the last table. 13
19
39
-
3
1
5
5
49
46
31
10
4
50
49
51
52
a
-
35
34
35
34
36
45
32
30
30
33
31
-
34
37
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
1
1
-
3
5
a
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
2
-
-
a
6
-
-
0
-
-
a
-
-
a
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
a
4
52
50
a
a
6
a
-
-
Total
145
313
537
760
1,037
1,425
1,723
1,771
1,118
181
115
9,125
39
39
39
40
40
39
38
38
40
39
Administration de Is facuité'
-
48
a
31
31
31
32
32
-
50
53
37
36
36
37
39
-
-
48
34
35
35
35
35
44
-
1
51
51
1,809
986
458
1
1
3
-
51
77
131
236
435
601
149
361
662
-
-
21
15
51
2,900
20
34
46
46
39
17
4
252
51
94
199
-
8
211
23
16
37
60
42
Faculty administration'
65 and over - at plus ... ....................................
60 - 64 .......................... ......................................
55-59 ..................................................................
......................................
50 - 54 ...........
45 - 49 ..................................................................
40-44 ..................................................................
35-39 ..................................................................
30-34 ..................................................................
25-29 ..................................................................
Under - Moins de 25 ........................................
No Information - Pan de renselgnements ......
Number reported - Nombre déclarC ................
Median age" - Age median'4 :
1963 - 64 ............................................... ........
1962 - 63 ..................................... ....................
1960-61 ..........................................................
1958 - 59 ................................................. ........
1956 -57 .. . ....................................................
1963-64 medIans for institutions with enrolment of - Midianes de 1963-64 pour lea
institutions oi lea inscriptions soot de
5,000 and over - at plus .............................
2,000- 4,999 ....................................................
1,000 - 1,999 ................................. ................
500 - 999 .............................. ....................
Less than - Moms de 500 ................. ........
8
11
8
19
1
16
208
4
1,754
Charges
de cours
Tous domalnea
17
68
129
183
50-54...................................................................49
45-49...................................................................46
-
Lecturers and
Instructors
a
-
-
-
Lea ontea soot données anrs le dernier tablean.
-
a
-
14
22
41
55
56
38
12
4
242
51
50
51
50
52
53
48
51
50
48
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
63
TABLE 18. Age of University Teachers—by Rank, Field and Size of InstituLion, 1963-64' - Continued
TABLEAU 18. Age des professeurs d'universié - selon le rang, le domaine et l'importance de l'instftufon,
1963 64h1' - suite
Age (in 1963)
Deans3
Professors4
Associate
Professors
Assistant
Professors
Professors
ungraded3
Lecturers and
Instructors
Age (en 1963)
Doyens 3
Professeurs
titulairestm
Professeurs
agrég
ës
Professeurs
adjoints
Professeurs
non classes'
Charges
de cours
-
-
-
-
-
Humanities1
65 and over - et plus.......................................
24
60-64....................................................... 56
64
55 - 59...................................................................
74
50-54...................................................................
45-49...................................................................
78
40-44...................................................................
52
3539.................................................................. .
22
30-34...................................................................
5
25-29...................................................................
Under - Moths de 25 .........................................
No information - Pas de renseignements Number reported - Nombre déciaré
375
Median age' - Age m6d1an"
1963-64 .......................................................... ..52
1962-63..........................................................
.
-51
1960-61...........................................................
50
1958-59...........................................................
51
1956-57..........................................................
50
1963-64 medians for institutions with enrolment of - Medlanes de 1963-64 pour les
institutions oü les inscriptions soOt de:
5.000 and over - et plus ..............................
53
2.000-4.999..................................................
50
1.000-1,999...................................................51
500-999... ............................................... .55
.,ess than - Moths de 500 ...........................51
3
24
36
58
77
98
89
21
3
4
413
44
44
45
45
44
44
43
45
46
47
-
-
-
Total
Humanités'
3
6
18
27
62
85
157
190
66
2
8
624
5
5
6
13
15
19
25
27
18
9
1
143
6
7
15
23
22
41
72
173
206
13
627
416
293
60
26
2, 182
36
37
37
38
38
38
38
39
37
40
31
31
32
32
33
39
40
40
41
41
37
37
31
30
31
33
32
38
38
39
40
41
1
2
1
1
3
4
8
4
6
5
1
36
5
3
11
15
24
47
76
135
192
52
17
577
27
57
135
184
264
410
481
500
337
60
40
2,495
36
33
33
38
39
31
31
31
31
32
38
38
38
39
39
-
31
29
29
37
31
39
37
36
40
37
36
35
36
34
40
6
49
41
98
139
195
254
295
365
Social Sclences1 - Sciences soclales'
65 and over - etplus.......................................
60-64............................... .................................. .
55-59...............................................................
50-54...................................................................
45-49...................................................................
40-44...................................................................
.35-39...................................................................
.30-34................................................. 25 - 29...................................................................
Under - moms de25...................................... No information - 1'as de renselgnements Number reported - Nombre déclaré
Median age' - Age médianM:
1963-64 ...........................................................1962-63 ...........................................................1960-61 ...........................................................1958-59 ...........................................................1956-57 ...........................................................1963-64 medians for institutions with enrolment of— MCdlanes de 1963-64 pour las
institutions oO lea incriptions soot de:
5,000 and over et plus .............................. .2.000-4.999...................................................1 1 000- 1,999...... . ........................................... .500-999...................................................Less than - mos
th de 500 ...........................Notes follow the last table.
14
32
64
77
83
93
46
6
6
18
2
417
3
611
1
2
17
26
61
114
197
281
135
3
17
854
48
48
49
49
42
34
42
48
40
35
36
36
35
48
49
42
39
45
53
46
43
-
42
65
93
152
154
74
4
-
42
41
43
44
35
34
35
33
35
6
31
37
Les notes soot données aprës le demier tableau.
64
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
TABLE 18. Age of University Teachers — by Rank, Field and Size of Institution, 1963-64 11 ."
-
Concluded
TABLEAU 18. Age des professeurs d'université— selon le rang, le domaine et l'importance de l'institutlon,
1963- 64s1,52
-
fin
1963)
Deans'
Professors4
Associate
Professors
Assistant
Professors
Professors
ungraded'
Lecturers and
Instructors
Age (en 1963)
Doyens'
Professeurs
titulaires4
Professeurs
agrégés
Professeurs
adjoints
Professeurs
non classes'
Ci'argés
de cours
Age
-
(fl
-
-
-
-
Biological Sciences'
- et plus.......................................
55 - 59 ...... ................................. ..........................
50-54 .................................................................. .
45 - 49 .................................................................. .40 - 44 .......................................................... .........
35-39 ..................... - ............................................
30 - 34 ................................................................ ...
25 - 29.............................................
Under - moms de 25 ...............................No information - Pas de renseignernents
Number reported - Nombre déclaré
Median age' - Age median":
1963-64.- .......................................................
1962-63 .......................................................... .
65 and over
60-64 ....................... ....................
1960- 61...........................................................
.
1958-59 ................. . ....... . ................................
1956 - 57 ........................................................ ...
1963-64 medians for institutions with enrolment of - Médianes de 1963-64 pour lee
institutions oi les inscriptions sont de:
-
-
- et plus...............................
.1.000- 11999 ............................
500 -999 ...................................................Less than - moms de 500 ........
5.000 and over
-
2,000-4,999.. ...............................................
65 and over - et plus . .........................
-
60-64 ...................................................................
55 - 5 9 ............................ ............. .......................
50 - 54 ..................... ............... ............................
-
45-49...............................................
40-44 ............................................................... -,
35-39 ................... ............................
-
30 - 34.- .............................. ...............................
25 -29 ............................... ................................. ..
-
Under - moms de25 ...............- .........................
No information - Pas de renseignernents
Number reported - Nombre déclaré
Median age"
- Age median":
1963 - 64....................- ....................................
1962- 53...............- ....................-
-
1960 - 61 ..... ....................................................
1958 - 59 ..........................................................
1956 - 5 7 ........................................................
1963-64 medians for institutions with enrolment of - Médianes de 1963-64 pour lee
institutions oü les inscriptions soft de:
.
.
-
2.000-4,999......... ........................................ .
11000-1.999...............- ....................500-999........ . ................................ . ....... ..
Less than - moths de 500 ........................... 5.000 and over - ci plus...........- ........-
Notes follow the last table. -
-
-
-
14
6
13
2
69
18
8
4
2
-
50
6
101
154
18
231
2
26
330
4
43
333
46
267
52
103
12
18
44
21
71
39
74
140
88
29
124
133
4
43
158
6
1
6
44
-
1
5
24
1
11
78
103
-
Total
- Sciences blologirpies'
41
-
-
-
7
21
15
226
1,641
36
35
34
41
36
39
34
41
1
1
12
414
466
520
49
42
49
42
48
41
36
48
42
36
48
41
36
50
42
36
49
41
35
47
42
37
a
a
33
41
33
40
6
33
40
36
41
31
40
33
41
•
-
40
a
'
34
Physical Sciences' - Sciences physiques'
a
36
25
2
3
2
7
51
13
6
2
5
39
77
75
32
8
1
5
121
96
40
20
5
11
172
99
83
36
2
12
232
100
153
73
9
17
352
68
236
114
9
45
532
11
136
347
9
81
584
1
5
213
15
151
385
5
2
36
43
1
4
14
2
7
28
527
704
899
58
377
2,565
49
39
33
36
29
37
49
39
33
34
29
37
49
39
33
34
30
37
30
38
49
39
33
38
31
38
49
39
33
a
31
38
45
39
32
a
36
52
39
33
-
29
29
35
43
40
34
32
29
36
51
44
33
36
29
38
-
Less notes soft données aprés le dernier tableau.
TRAIl EMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
65
TABLE 19. Age of University Teachers - by Rank, Highest Earned University Degree and
Size of Institution, 1963-64 5 L.'
TABLEAU 19. Age des professeurs d'université— selon le rang, le plus haut grade universitaire acquis,
et I 'Importance de I'institution, 1963- 64""
Age (in 1963)
-
Age (en 1963)
Associate
Professors
Assistant
Professors
-
-
-
-
Doyens'
Protesseurs
titulalres4
Professeurs
agrégés
Professeurs
adjoints
Deans'
Professors
Doctorate4 '
65 and over - et plus......................................
8
38
60-64 ..................................................................
11
101
55-59 ...................................................................
13
170
50-54 .................................................................
31
208
45-49 ..................................................................
25
235
40-44 ..................................................................
18
215
35-39 ...................................................................
4
131
30-34...................................................................
2
17
25 - 29 ................................................................. .
1
Under - moms de 25........................................
No information - Pas de renseignements
2
Number reported - Nombre déclaré
112
1, 118
Median age" - Age median":
1963-64 ...........................................................
51
49
1962-63...........................................................
51
49
1960-61...........................................................
50
49
1958-59 ..........................................................
52
49
1963-64 medians for institutions with enrolment of - Médianes de 1963 -64 pour les
institutions oü les inscriptions sont de:
5,000 and over - et plus ...............................
52
49
2.000-4.999...................................................49
47
1,000-1,999 ................................................... 52
48
500-999...................................................
50
Less than - moms de 500
53
1
1,271
40
40
40
40
33
34
34
34
39
39
41
42
45
34
32
34
35
35
Master's4 '
65 and over - et plus .....................................
60-64 ..................................................................
55-59 ..................................................................
50-54 ..................................................................
45-49 ..................................................................
40-44 ..................................................................
35-39 ..................................................................
30-34 ..................................................................
25-29 ..................................................................
Under - moms de 25 ........................................
No informattOn Pas de renseignements ......
Number reported - Nombre declare ................
Median age" - Age median":
1963-64 .........................................................
1962-63 ..........................................................
1960-61._.......................................................
1958-59 ..........................................................
1963-64 medians for institutions with enrolment of - Médianes de 1963-64 pour les
Institutions oü lea inscriptions soot de:
5,000 and over - ei plus .............................
2,000-4,999 ..................................................
1,000-1.999 ..................................................
500- 999 ..................................................
Less than - moms de 500 ..........................
Notes follow the last table. 4
4
18
11
16
7
5
-
-
6
25
55
74
110
136
123
56
3
-
-
-
-
-
-
25
53
60
64
82
72
21
3
65
380
52
50
50
50
50
50
49
50
55
49
55
48
49
51
49
51
58
46
1
589
44
43
43
41
44
42
43
45
45
-
Professeurs
non classes'
-
Charges
de cours
Total
Doctorat'
1
3
12
18
54
123
306
503
233
2
6
1.261
-
Lecturers and
Instructors
-
-
4
26
50
87
156
332
418
189
8
Professors
ungraded 5
6
1
1
1
4
8
7
8
2
6
6
1
8
7
12
38
164
63
148
247
353
481
708
890
767
293
5
9
3,964
41
37
38
35
31
32
32
32
40
40
40
41
32
32
36
40
38
41
42
43
6
1
13
20
24
57
119
252
332
63
3
890
46
97
172
220
326
446
528
664
509
76
7
3,091
30
31
31
31
37
38
39
39
31
29
29
30
31
38
36
36
37
38
24
48
49
3
-
-
'
6
6
38
'
Maftrlse
4
7
24
40
85
155
234
323
156
7
3
1.038
129
35
36
35
36
37
35
37
39
35
35
35
33
35
1
7
2
11
9
19
26
30
18
6
-
'
-
34
37
Les notes sont données ap?ès le dernier iableaa.
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
66
-
by Rank, Highest Earned University Degree and
TABLE 19. Age of University Teachers
Size of Institution, 1963 -64'"
Continued
-
TABLEAU 19. Age des professeurs d'universit - selon le rang, le plus haut grade universitaire acquis
et l'importance de l'instltution, 1963 .64,32
suite
-
Age (in 1963)
Deans3
Professors4
Associate
professors
Assistant
Professors
Professors
ungraded'
Lecturers and
Instructors
Age (en 1963)
Doyens'
Professeurs
tltulaires1
Professeurs
agrégs
Professeurs
adjoints
professeurs
non classes'
Charges
de cours
Total
First professional degree beyond first baccalaureate"
Premier grade professionnel au dela du premier baccalaurCat'
-
- et plus.......................................
.
1
7
1
-
60-64 ..................................................................
4
11
4
1
55.59 ...................................................................
4
21
4
4
50-54 ...................................................................
4
25
12
4
45 -49 ...................................................................
40 -44 ...................................................................
5
27
18
18
3
23
29
35-39 ..................................................................
1
7
30-34 ...................................................................
1
4
65 and over
23
1
34
2
2
49
1
6
75
23
4
9
91
24
42
7
18
99
13
63
5
32
118
6
16
10
45
78
1
5
9
15
-
-
-
Number reported
23
126
111
.
-
Median age54
- Nombre declare
- Age m4dian'4
1
11
2
Under - Moms de 25 .........................................
Faa de renseignerrients
No information
25-29 ...................................................................
2
1
-
-
4
1
5
176
35
127
598
:
1963 -64 ...........................................................
1962-63 ...........................................................
51
50
42
35
32
31
39
53
49
41
35
35
31
39
1960-61 ...........................................................
52
48
41
37
32
30
40
1958-59 ...........................................................
52
47
43
36
35
31
41
50
42
35
31
40
51
41
38
1963-64 medians for institutions with enrolment of
M4dianes do 1983-64 pour lea
Institutions ot lea inscriptions sont de:
-
5,000 and over
- et plus ...............................
'
2.000-4,999
1.000-1,999
34
50
500-999
Less than
'
32
'
31
First baccalaureate" - premier baccalanr4at' °
'
- Mom s de 500
60-64 ..................................................................
-
55-59 ..................................................................
3
19
50-54 ..................................................................
2
27
22
14
7
2
65 and over - at plus ........................................
-
4549 ..................................................................
3
40 -44 ..................................................................
35-39 ..................................................................
-
30-34 ..................................................................
1
-
25-29 ..................................................................
Under - moms do 25 ........................................
No information - Pea de renseignements ......
9
Number reported - Nombre d4clarC ................
Median age'4 - Age median":
1963-64 ..........................................................
1962-63 ..........................................................
52
1960-61 ..........................................................
1958-59 ..........................................................
-
39
30
35
35
39
34
4
16
3
2
4
38
17
10
4
16
69
32
26
5
11
103
40
28
6
27
123
38
34
50
70
3
6
38
51
148
168
16
81
3
83
186
1
49
8
155
213
6
71
3
82
4
1, 148
1
5
12
6
17
30
-
-
114
195
52
53
51
5
1
-
324
43
463
46
36
38
30
37
44
43
38
29
38
36
40
37
31
38
53
44
36
35
31
37
53
47
43
30
38
50
43
35
29
38
48
44
35
34
34
37
39
30
44
1963-64 medians for Institutions with enrolment of - M4thanes de 1963-64 pour lea
institutions 00 los inscriptions aunt de:
5,000 and over - et plus ..............................
2,000-4,999 ....................................................
1 1 000- 1,999 ....................................................
500- 999 ....................................................
Less than - moms de 500 ............................
Notes foilow the last talle. 5
•
•
•
6
6
6
44
6
6
6
-
6
42
42
Lea notes sont donnes aprs le dernier tableau.
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
67
TABLE 19. Age of University Teachers - by Rank, Highest Earned University Degree and
Size of Institution. 1963 - 64 11 " - Concluded
TABLEAU 19. Age des professeursd'universitè — selon le rang, le plus haut grade universitaire acquis,
et l'importance de l'instltutlon, 1963- 64 11 ." fjj
Age
(is 1963)
Deans'
-
Professors4
Associate
Professors
Assistant
Professors
Professors
ungraded'
-
-
-
-
Professeurs
tltulaires4
Professeurs
agrégés
Professeurs
adjoints
Professeurs
non classes'
-
Age (en 1963)
Doyens
No university degree
65 andover
-
etplus ........................................
.
-
-
60-64.................................
-
1
55-59...................................................................
-
1
50-54...................................................................
-
4
40-44...................................................................
-
-
1
-
4
5
-
2
-
1
4
3
8
2
1
1
1
6
-
14
25
-
2
12
-
9
23
-
-
4
5
-
14
23
-
3
4
-
18
25
5
-
10
15
5
6
-
-
-
25-29 ...................................................................
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
12
36
43
44
46
47
45
42
moms de 25......................................
No Information
-
Number reported
Pas de renseignements
-
Nombre dclaré
Total
-
-
-
-
Chargs
de cours
Pea de grade universitaire
30-34...................................................................
Under
Lecturers and
Instructors
8
-
Median age'4 —Age mndlan'4 :
1963 - 64.......................................................... .
1962 - 63....................................................... ....
1960 - 61..........................................................
1958 - 59..........................................................
6
50
1963 -64 medIans for institutions with enrolment of— Md lanes de 1963 -64 pour lee
Institutions oü les Inscriptions sont de:
5.000 and over - et plus ... ...........................
2.000-4.999....................................................
1,000 - 1.999 ....................................................
500-999....................................................
52
1
2
a
6
-
6
I
80
136
41
41
42
39
44
45
45
43
42
43 446
43
4
4
-
Less than - moms de 500............................
4
6
6
48
50
-
47
6
6
-
6
No information - Pan de renselgnementn
65 and over - et plus ........................................
1- 1
60 - 64 ............................. ....................................
4
2
55-59 .............................................................
2
50-54 ..................................................................
2
45-49 ..................................................................
2
3
3
7
2--
5
10
1 2-
4
9
40 -44 ..................................................................
45-
1
11
35-39 ..................................................................
1 6-
6
13
10
21
- 4-
15
19
2
2
2
10374
36
89
10
2165 5
85
188
47346
33
37
30-34 ..................................................................
25-29 ..................................................................
Under - moms de 25 ........................................
No Information - Paa de renseignements
Number reported - Nombre d6clar4 ................
Median age'4 Age median'4 :
1963-64 ..........................................................
1962-63 ..........................................................
2
-
Notes follow the last table.
6
-
6
6
Lea notes sont données sizes le dernier tableau.
68
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
TABLE 20. Age of University Teachers — by Subject, in the Humanities, 1963-64.'
Pure Pumanities
-
Humanités pures
Modern Language and Literature
Age (in 1963)
-
Age (en 1963)
Fine
Arts
-
Classical
Language and
Literature' 2
Beauxarts' 1
Langues et
litt6ratures
-
Langues et littératures modernes
English
French
German
Anglais
Français
All emand
Modern
Language and
Literature
n.e.c. 13
Total
Modern
Language and
Literature
Langues at
littératures
modernes,
n.d.a."
Total
langues et
11ttratures
modernes
No.
1
2
3
4
5
65 and over - at olus
3
.3
60-64...........................................
7
55-59...........................................
0
50-54..........................................
.
45-49............................................12
7
18
15
13
30
10
15
28
46
57
5
15
21
34
36
6
7
8
9
10
.12
40-44...........................................
.14
35- 39...........................................
30-34 ........................................... 16
6
25-29..........................................
1
Under - moms de 25
20
20
33
25
9
79
105
127
92
20
44
11 No information - Pasderenselgnements ................................. 3
1
6
4
12 Number reported - Nombre dédare ......................................... 85
191
585
338
42
44
42
42
43
37
37
38
39
39
38
39
40
41
41
13
14
15
16
11
Median age' - Age médisnM:
1963-64 ................................... 42
1962-63 ................................... 44
1960-61 ...................................431
1958-59 ...................................43
1956- 57 ...................................47
1
8
3
6
5
11
18
20
33
20
48
75
103
132
12
9
14
10
1
29
46
46
33
2
164
215
243
188
38
5
15
70
248
1. 241
40
41
40
42
46
39
39
43
43
41
38
38
39
41
41
-
55
56
53
1
-
TABLE 21. Age of University Teachers - by Subject, in the Social Sciences, 1963- 649,
Pure Social Science
-
"
Sciences sociales pures
Economics and political Science
Sciences économlques et science politique
Age (in 1963)
-
Economics
-
Political
Science
-
Economics
and Political
Science
n.e.c."
-
Sciences
économiques
et science
politique
n.d.a."
Total
Economics
and Political
Science
Geography
-
Geographle
Science
p01 itique
1
.. 3
12
1
1
6
4
1
1
6
6
3
5
20
22
5 45-49...........................................
20
6 40-44...........................................
.31
7 35-39...........................................
44
8 30-34 ...........................................45
9 25-29 ...........................................28
10 Under - moms de 25
10
7
19
24
24
28
2
10
17
15
19
13
-
37
67
83
88
67
12
9
27
27
31
26
3
No Information - Pasde renselgnements.................................3
2
-
5
Nombre dé12 Number reported
dare ......................................... 205
116
88
Median age" - Age median":
1963- 64................................ 37
13
14
1962-63 ...................................37
1960-61 ...................................37
15
16
1958-59 ...................................38
17
1956- 57 ................................... 37
36
37
31
36
33
39
36
38
38
38
No.
1 65 and over - et plus
260-64 ...........................................
355-59 ...........................................
4 50-54...........................................
11
-
Notes follow the last table.
Psychology
-
Histoire
-
Psychologle
-
Sciences
économiques
Age (en 1963)
History
Total
sciences
economiques
et science
politique
-
4
11
13
15
Sociology
and Anthropology
-
Sociologie
etanthropologie
-
-
53
72
46
6
26
38
42
46
36
3
14
31
35
28
13
2
1
3
4
2
409
134
297
215
138
37
31
31
37
37
38
36
36
37
36
31
39
39
39
39
37
39
39
38
39
38
39
38
38
36
2
5
3
29
45
1
6
13
4
4
5
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
69
TARLFAU 20. .*ge des proresseurs d'universit.—seIon Ia matière (humanités), 1963.648 . 21, 5 2
Pure Humanities
PhilosophyM
Philosophie*
-
Humanités pures
Applied Humanities
Pure
Humanities.
n.e.c.
Total,
Pure
Humanities
Humanités
pures
n.d.a,"
Total,
humanités
pures
F'ine and
Mplied
Mt
Music
Musique
-
Humanités appliquées
Theology 2
Arts
appliqu6s 2'
Théologletm
Applied
Humanities,
n.e.c.'
Total
Applied
Humanities
Humanités
appliquées,
n.d.a, 2'
Total,
humanités
apoliauées
Totaj
Humanities
Total.
humanités
NO
4
12
19
21
37
1
3
8
14
10
35
84
124
161
221
1
1
1
6
5
46
61
65
40
7
15
28
30
12
3
257
336
387
271
58
6
6
5
6
1
4
1
22
1
316
123
1.956
38
38
38
39
41
38
40
41
41
41
38
39
39
41
41
1
3
8
10
19
20
I
5
3
5
6
6
14
15
34
33
41
98
139
195
254
1
2
3
4
5
21
14
15
4
1
2
3
4
1
-
38
29
29
22
2
295
365
416
293
60
6
7
8
9
10
1
2
-
4
26
11
39
40
117
30
226
2, 182
12
40
41
42
45
40
37
40
40
38
39
45
46
45
43
42
49
48
51
50
45
43
44
44
44
42
-
1
4
2
9
6
5
11
-
39 13
41 14
40 15
4116
4117
TARLEAV 21. •%ge des prolessetirs d'universtté— selon Ia matière (sciences soclales), 1963- 648
Pure Social Science
Applied Social Science
-
Science sociales pures
Pure Social
Science
n.e.c.
Sciences
sociales
pures,
n.&a.
Total, Pure
Social
Science
Commerce,
Business
Administration 2 '
Education 35
-
-
-
Total,
sciences
sociales
pures
Commerce,
administrailon des
affaires"
Pédagogie'°
Household
Science,
Home
Economics"
Science
ménagere 31
'
Sciences sociales appliiuees
-
Law
Droll
-
Physical
and Health
Education
Social
Work
Education
physique
Service
social
Applied
Social
Science
n.e.c. 32
Total
Applied
Social
Science
Sciences
Total,
sciences
sociales
appliquées, sociales
fl.d.a."
appllquées
Total
Socja
science
Total,
sciences
sociales
NO
1
3
7
24
48
59
118
2
5
5
12
18
11
14
49
71
69
1
5
11
13
13
3
2
4
6
9
2
4
7
8
20
1
3
10
13
15
11
6
10
6
1
219
246
275
194
27
39
49
54
33
4
80
96
77
31
2
15
15
9
10
11
12
23
43
27
19
31
31
38
16
25
16
10
2
3
18
1
13
1
4
2
1
42
1,235
222
513
104
133
178
96
14
1,260
2,495
12
37
41
40
38
40
37
37
38
38
38
36
37
36
34
35
42
43
44
45
45
42
42
39
42
41
34
34
34
34
36
35
35
36
38
35
43
44
44
45
44
39
38
46
40
37
39
39
39
40
40
38
38
38
39
39
13
14
15
16
17
—
1
-
Les notea sont données après le dernier tableau.
-
-
'
20
33
87
125
146
27
57
135
184
264
1
2
3
4
5
—
191
235
225
143
33
410
481
500
337
60
6
7
8
9
10
-
22
-
1
2
2
1
5
1
2
4011
1
70
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
TABLE 22. Age of University Teachers - by Subject, in the Biological Sciences, 1963-64 1 '"
. 1
Pure Biological Science
Applied Biological Science
Sciences blologiques pures
Sciences biologiques appllquées
Pure
Biological
Sciences.
n.e.c."
Thtal, Pure
Biological
Science
Sciences
bloiogiques
pures
n.d.a."
Total,
sciences
biologiques
pures
Age (In 1963)
-
Age (en 1963)
Botany
zoology"
Botanique
Zoologle"
-
-
-
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
65 and over - et plus.........................................2
4
60- 64 ...........
55-59 ..................................................................... 11
50-54 ..................................................................... 5
6
45-49 ...........
13
40-44..........................................................
35-39 ..................................................................... 14
18
30-34...............................
12
25-29.....................................
1
Under - moms do 25 .................................
11
No information - Pas de renseignements
A&iculture
Forestry
Art
dentaire
Sylviculture
-
2
2
4
10
11
16
11
13
3
1
3
3
6
4
1
-
86
302
217
605
232
'79
40
Median age" - Age médian"
1963-64 ............................................................. 39
1962-63 ... . ........................................................ 41
1960-61 ........................................................ 42
1958-59 ............................................................. 43
1956-57............- ........................................... 43
41
41
39
40
39
40
40
40
40
41
40
41
40
40
41
41
41
40
39
40
43
40
34
-
4
5
10
24
30
-
61
61
51
20
3
2
13
23
31
9
24
45
51
Dentistry
5
7
11
15
24
38
52
43
14
5
12 Number reported - Nombre déclaré ........
13
14
15
16
17
-
84
54
112
127
112
48
42
11
46
-
9
40
40
-
44
42
43
39
TABLE 23. Age of University Teachers — by Subject, in the Physical Sciences, 1963 -64 1
. 11
2
4
3
11
9
7
2
38
40
."
Pure Physical Science
Sciences physiques pures
Age (in 1963)
-
Age (en 1963)
ChemIstry"
Chimle"
1 65 and over - et plus..................................6
17
60-64._ ........................... ..........................55 - 59..................................... - ............................. .24
50-54..................................................................... 35
45-49..................................................................... 40
73
40-44...........................................101
35-39................. ..........
30-34.....................................................................135
25-29.................................................................... 73
Under - niolns de 25 ........................................... 2
2
3
4
5
8
7
8
9
10
11
No information
-
12 Number reported
13
14
15
16
I'?
Pas de renseignements
-
Nombre déclaré
5
517
Median age" - Age median' 4 :
1963-64............................................................. 37
1962-63...................- ........................................ 37
38
1960-61............................
38
1958-59..............................................
39
1956- 57 ._................................
Notes foilow the last table.
Mathematics
Geology"
Geologic"
Physlcs'
Mathématiques
Physique 4 '
Pure
Physical
Science.
n.e.c.
Total, Pure
Physical
Science
Sciences
physiques
pures,
n.d.a.
Total,
sciences
physiques
pures
-
-
21
50
76
92
149
222
327
375
256
35
5
1
19
537
432
11
1.822
39
38
36
36
36
38
38
41
40
37
3'?
37
38
37
37
37
38
38
3
4
6
7
11
1
15
27
25
62
84
103
105
91
26
14
24
33
57
85
111
78
7
8
125
39
39
14
23
29
23
16
-
40
19
1
-
5
3
1
6
•
6
40
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES 71
TABLEAU 22. Age des professeurs d'universit—selon In matière (sciences biologiques), l98364s,ht,13
Applied Biological Science
Sciences biologiques appliq';ees
Total.
Biological
Science
VeterinaryAppliedTotal,
Physiotherapy, Medicine,BiologicalApplied
Hygiene,
Public
OccupationalVeterinary Science,Biological
HealthMedicine"NursingPharmacyTherapy"Sciencen.e.c.Science
-
Total.
sciences
biologiques
Hygiene,MCdecine"SciencePharmaciePhysto-ScienceSciencesTotal,
thérapie,vétérinairebiologiqt,essciences
sante
inflrmire
publique
ergotherapie'
appliquées,biologiques
n.d.a.appliquée&
3
17
27
38
66
86
97
50
5
2
3
2
-
4
4
3
4
3
-
-
-
6
-
2
-
3
8
13
10
12
4
5
-
1
2
-
5
10
11
21
12
9
11
18
2
-
-
-
-
8
6
9
9
3
5
-
2
2
-
-
1
1
1
4
1
1
2
1
4
11
9
9
12
4
I
-
-
NO
15
35
56
103
167
218
206
155
57
9
24
59
101
154
231
330
333
267
103
18
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
15
21
11
25
395
99
59
44
51
12
1.036
1,641
12
43
41
42
42
41
42
41
43
44
43
43
38
39
38
38
38
42
42
39
40
35
39
40
40
38
37
41
38
39
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
-
40
40
40
13
14
15
16
17
44
50
45
41
TABLEAU 23, Age des proresseurs d'université—selon In matière (sciences physlques), 1963 _641,3i,51
I
Applied Physical Science
Sciences physlques appliquées
Total.
Physical
ience
Engineering Genie
ScTotal,
sciences
Mining
Total
q
hemical g
Civil
Electrical Mechanical
Engineering,
physin.e.c.
Egineering" Engineering Engineering Engineering'"
Engineering
Total,
Sciences
ques
physiques
sciences
Genie,
TOtS!.
Genie
Genie
Genie
Genie
appliquées physiques
genie
minier"
n.d.a.
civil"
électrique
mécanique
n,d,a,41
appliquées
NO
-
Architectwe"
2
1
4
12
10
12
II
13
-
2
1
2
4
4
9
21
26
8
-
5
6
16
16
20
28
52
49
29
2
3
8
5
14
12
24
38
38
34
3
2
6
11
17
31
38
38
33
3
6
6
11
10
8
13
11
7
-
-
-
2
3
4
10
8
16
23
30
13
2
Applied
Physical
Science
n.e.c."
Total.
Applied
Physical
Science
1
18
27
45
80
83
130
205
209
129
8
15
26
39
66
71
116
185
192
124
7
-
2
2
2
2
9
4
4
1
-
39
77
121
172
232
352
532
584
385
43
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
1
2
2
1
2
8
9
28
11
67
78
225
181
177
75
113
849
27
943
2,585
12
43
42
36
36
36
34
35
38
37
37
39
38
36
36
36
36
38
37
37
35
36
37
44
37
38
38
39
38
37
37
38
37
38
37
38
38
42
37
37
37
38
38
37
37
37
38
38
13
14
15
16
17
41
40
40
Les soles sont données apres ie dernier tableau.
-
43
43
46
40
-
6
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
72
TABLE 24. Years Since Award of First Degree - University Teachers by Rank and Field, 1963- 64""'"
TABLEAU 24. Années depuls le premier grade - professeurs d'université selon le rang et le domaine, 1963 - 64t,3 2 ,!
Yeats (to 1963) since
award of first degree
-
.nnées (Jusciu'en 1963) depuls
le premier grade
Deans'
Doyens'
Professors
ungraded'
Associate
Professors
Assistant
Professors
-
-
-
-
Professeurs
tltula.tres4
Professeurs
agreges
Professeurs
adioints
Professeurs
non classes'
Professors
-
All fields
-
Lecturers and
Instructors
-
Charges
de cours
Total
Tous domaines
4
45 and over - et plus .......................................
40-44.................................................................
20
35-39 .................................................................28
30-34 .................................................................40
25-29................................................................. 48
20-24 .................................................................31
15-19................................................................. 21
10-14................................................................. 13
5-9 ................................................................. 2
Under - moms de 5 .........................................-
27
107
223
308
312
359
270
128
3
1
2
36
66
136
200
353
570
697
103
2
3
4
23
45
94
174
390
976
939
147
5
10
11
11
22
26
43
41
41
35
4
15
21
28
39
54
118
308
569
497
45
192
372
568
715
997
1,412
2,163
1.657
682
207
1,738
2,165
2.795
245
1,653
8,803
3rd luartile - 3e quartile ............................ 35
Median - Median ............................................... 28
1st quartile - let quartile............................... 22
1962-63 median - median...............................29
1960-61 median —median ............................... 29
1958-59 median - median............................... 29
1956-57 medIan - median ............................... 30
33
26
20
27
26
26
26
23
17
13
17
17
17
17
15
11
7
11
11
11
11
24
15
8
13
14
15
15
12
7
4
7
8
8
7
23
14
9
1
236
Number reported - Nombre déclaré
14
14
16
16
Faculty administration' - Administration de Ia faculté'
Number reported
-
Nombre déclaré
207
3rd quartile - 3e Quartile ...............................35
Median - Median ............................................... 28
1st quartile - let quartile ...............................22
1962-63 median - median ............................... 29
1960 -61 median - median ............................... 29
1958-59 median - median ............................... 29
1958-57 median - median ............................... 30
25
6
24
26
6
-
3
4
21
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
-
6
-
6
6
-
6
6
-
-
'
-
-
6
-
-
6
-
-
-
-
34
28
22
28
28
28
30
Humanities' - Humanit4s'
-
366
401
601
140
595
2,103
3rd quartile - 3e quartile . . ............................ Median - Median ............................................... 1st Quartile - ler quartile............................... 1962-63 median - median ..............................
1960-61 median - median ..............................
1958-59 medIan - median ............................... 1956-57 median - median ............................... -
35
29
22
29
28
28
28
28
20
14
21
22
21
20
18
13
9
12
13
25
18
9
16
17
14
14
14
16
12
8
4
8
8
8
8
24
14
9
15
16
18
17
Number reported - Nombre déclaré
Social Sciences'
Number reported - Nombre dCclaré
3rd quartile - 3e quartile ...............................
Median- Median ..............................................
1st quartile - let quartile
1962-63 median - median ..............................
1960-61 median - median ..............................
1958-59 median - median ..............................
1956-57 median - median ...............................
Notes follow the last table.
-
-
-
Sciences soclales'
413
602
821
35
515
2,386
32
24
18
25
26
26
26
23
17
13
16
16
16
16
15
11
7
11
11
11
10
23
13
6
11
10
14
15
12
7
4
7
7
7
7
21
13
8
13
13
14
14
Les notes sont donnéea après le dernier tableau.
TRAITEMENTS El QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
73
TABLE 24. Years Since Award of First Degree - University Teachers by Rank and Field,
1963 -l964"" - Concluded
TABLEAU 24. Années depuis le premier grade - professeurs d'université selon te rang et le domalne,
1963- 196461.52,31 - fin
Yeats (to 1963) since
award of first degree
-
Années (jusqu'en 1963) depute
le premier grade
Deans'
Profe88ors4
-
-
Doyens
Professeurs
titula.tres'
Associate
Professors
Assistant
Professors
-
Professeurs
agrégés
413
465
503
3e Quartile ...............................-
33
23
16
-
Median ............................................... -
26
17
12
20
13
9
12
1st quartile
-
-
ler quartile ............................... -
-
1962-63 median
-
median ............................... -
26
17
1960-61 median
-
median ............................... -
25
16
1958-59 median
-
median ............................... -
24
17
11
1956-57 median
-
median ..............................
24
17
10
3rd quartile
-
Nornbre declare
-
Chargs
de cours
15
'
13
13
6
Physical Sciences'
Number reported
Professeurs
non classes'
-
Total
Sciences biologiques'
-
3rd quartile
Median
Nombre declare
-
Lecturers and
instructors
-
Professeurs
adjoints
Biological Sciences'
Number reported
Professors
ungraded'
-
6
187
1.583
14
24
9
16
4
11
9
16
8
15
8
16
7
16
Sciences phystques'
-
525
693
867
55
355
2.495
3e quartile...............................
-
33
21
13
23
11
21
Median.- Mdian ...............................................
-
26
16
9
14
7
13
1st quartile
-
20
12
7
7
3
6
-
-
ler quartile...............................
1962-63 median
-
median ...............................
-
27
16
10
11
6
13
1960-6 1 median
-
median ...............................
-
26
16
10
12
7
13
1958-59 median
-
median ...............................
-
27
16
9
14
7
14
1956 -57 median
-
median ... ...........................
-
27
15
9
15
7
14
.
TABLE 25. Ratio of Full-time University Teachers to Full-time Students - by Region, 1956 -57 to 1963 _64h1,32
a
TABLEAU 25. Rapport des professeurs de plein temps aux dtudiants de plein tempsselon Ia region, 1956-57
1963 -64"
56.57
J
1958-59
1960.61J
-
1962-63-
Ratio
Ratio
Ratio
Number ofNumber of
teachersstudents"Ratio
Rapport
Rapport
Rapport
Nombre de NoinbreRapport
professeursd'étudiants"
1963-64
Number of
teachers
Number of
students"
Nonibre de
Nombre
professeurs d'etudiants"
Ratio
Rapport
Totalinsample - Total dans
l'échantillon...... .......................
.
1: 14.1
1:14.4
1:14.4
7 1 891
114,200
1: 14.5
9,125
132,650
1:14.5
Atlantic Provinces - Provinces de
l'Atlantique....................................
.
1:15.9
1:14.2
1:15.1
861
13,200
1:15.3
997.
14,930
1:15.1
Quebec............................... 1: 14.2
1:15.6
1:16.1
1,814
28.400
1:15.6
2,190
33.930
1:15.5
1:12.8
1: 12.6
1: 12.4
2,893
35.900
1:12.4
3.251
41.270
1:12.7
Western Provinces - Provinces de
I'Ouest............................................. 1:15.3
1:16.0
1:15.4
2.323
36.700
1:15.4
2,692
42,520
1:15.8
Quebec
-
tario................................................
.
Notes follow the last table.
Les notes sont donnees après le dernier tableau.
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
74
TABLE 26. Highest Earned University Degree - by Rank and Region, 1963- 64 11
TABLEAU 26. Plus hauL grade universitaire acquis - selon le rang eLla region, 1963-64"
"
Deans'
Assistant
Professors
Professors
ungraded'
Lecturers
and
Instructors
Prof esseurs Professeurs
titulaires'
agrgs
Professeurs
adjoints
Professeurs
non
classs'
Cbargs
de
Professors'
Associate
Professors
Total
1963-84
C OUTS
1962-63 1960-61
32
190
225
305
20
220
992
861
695
17
Doctorate4 ' - Doctoral' ...................................
11
Master's"- Maftrise".....................................
First professional degree beyond first baccalaureate" - Premier grade professionnel au
1
deli du premier baccaIaurat"
Firstbaccaiaureate - Premierbaccalau3
rat'°...............................................................
No university degree - Paz de grade universitaire............................................................. No information - Pas de renseI1ements
98
98
78
6
7
12
104
324
63
93
137
400
292
336
223
261
15
15
20
1
23
75
59
61
12
32
52
5
68
172
164
143
4
9
11
10
9
1
Atlantic Provinces
-
Provincesde I'Atlantique
2
2
3
-
1
7
-
-
-
Québec ................................................... 48
369
485
668
211
409
2,190
1,814
1,430
Doctorate" - Doctorat" ................................... 18
Master's" - Maftrise" .....................................19
First professional degree beyond first baccalaureate" - Premier grade professionnel au
9
dell du premier baccalauréat"
209
240
149
218
248
24
113
44
98
177
753
804
652
683
520
526
43
46
84
33
43
258
207
161
13
42
78
36
80
251
235
198
1
7
11
29
1
4
18
47
31
93
33
Quebec
-
Firstbacca1aureate - Premierbaccalaurat............................................................... 2
No university degree - Pas de grade universitaire ............................................................. No information - PaS de renseignements
-
6
4
-
25
-
Ontario ..................................................................... 75
751
754
979
17
675
3,251
2,893
2,415
Doctorate' - Doctoral" ................................... 44
Master's" - Maltrise"..................................... 21
First professional degree beyond first baccalaureate" -Premier grade professionnelau
8
deli du premier baccalaurëat"
509
499
137
509
163
341
6
7
65
348
1,632
1,017
1,460
876
1,173
747
47
24
28
1
38
146
145
130
58
53
98
2
189
402
366
321
3
2
10
1
34
48
46
38
1
6
-
-
Firstbaccalaureate" - Premierbaccaiaurat'°............................................................... 2
No university degree - Paz de grade universitaire ............................................................. No information - Pas de renseignements
-
3
-
56
444
735
948
4
505
2,692
2,323
1,914
Doctorate'7 - Doctoral" ...................................33
Master's" - Mafirise" .....................................14
First professional degree beyond first baccalaureate" - Premier grade professionnel su
5
deli du premier baccalsur8at"
302
82
424
451
312
2
2
43
261
1,255
199
870
1,097
701
905
592
21
28
44
-
23
119
144
96
31
68
96
-
126
323
298
219
4
4
6
12
12
33
24
28
46
79
33
50
Total....................................................................... 211
1,754
2, 199
2,900
252
1,809
9,125
7,891
6,454
Doctorate" - Doctorat"..................................... 112
Master's" - Mattrise"..................................... 65
First professional degree beyond first baccalaureate" - Premier grade professionnel au
deli du premier bacca1aurat" ..................... 23
Firstbaccalaureate" - Premierbaccalaurat".............................................................. 9
No university degree - Paz de grade universitaire............................................................2
No information - Paz de renseignements
1,118
380
1,271
38
129
164
589
1,261
1.038
890
3,984
3,091
3,501
2,596
2,821
2.126
126
111
176
35
12'7
598
555
448
114
195
324
43
463
1,148
1,063
947
6
10
12
21
38
65
2
5
80
85
136
121
55
112
188
Western Province,.
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Provincesde I'Ouest
Firstbaccalaureate" - Premierbaccalaur6at"...............................................................2
No university degree - Pas de grade universitaire. . .......................................................... 2
No information - Pas de renseignements
Notes follow this table. -
Lea notes sont donns aprls ce tableau.
42
-
-
TRAITEMF.NTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES NOTES RELATED TO TABLES 1
Including lay teachers, and religious teachers paid
on the same scale as lay teachers.
2
Data included for 66 institutions —all of the following
68 except College de l'Immaculée-Conception and
College de Levis, the two employing religious
teachers only:
NOTES CONCERNANT LES TABLEAUX
1
2
Sont compris les professeurs laics et les professeurs
religieux rémunérés A 1' égal des laics.
Chiffres portant sur 66 institutions, A savoir toutes lea
68 institutions suivantes (sauf deux: College de l'Immaculée-Conceptlon et College de Levis, qul n'employent
que des professeurs religieux):
Atlantic Provinces
Memorial University of Newfoundland, St.
John's St. Dunstan's University, Charlottetown Nova Scotia Technical College,
Halifax
Dalhousie University, Halifax
University of King's College, Halifax
Mount Saint Vincent College,
Halifax
Acadia University, Wolfville
St. Francis Xavier University,
Antigonish
St. Mary's University, Halifax Université de Moncton, Moncton
Mount Allison University, Sackville
St. Thomas' University, Chatham
University of New Brunswick,
Fredericton
College de Bathurst. Bathurst
Provinces de 1' Atlantlque
Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's
St. Dunstan's University, Charlottetown
Nova Scotia Technical College, Halifax
Daihousie University, Halifax
University of King's College, Halifax
Mount Sahrt Vincent College, Halifax
Acadia University, Wolfville
St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish
St. Mary's University, Halifax
Université de Moncton, Moncton
Mount Allison University, Sackvllle
St. Thomas' University, Chatham
University of New Brunswick, Fredericton
College de Eathurst, Bathurst
Quebec
Séminaire de Rimouski, R.imouski
Séminaire de Chicoutimi, Chicoutimi
College de Levis, Levis
Université Laval, Québec
Séminaire de Québec, Québec
Externat Classique St-Jean-Eudes, Québec
Bishop's University, Lennoxville
Université de Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke
niversité de Montréal, Montréal
Ecole Polytechnique, Montréal
College Jean-de-Brébeu f, Montréal
College do I' Immaculée-Conception, Montréal
College Sainte-Marie, Montréal
Faculté de Commerce (Laval), Québec
College St-Paul, Montréal
McGill University, Montréal
Sir George Williams University, Montréal
College Stanislas, Outremont
college de Rouyn, Rouyn
Ecole des sciences domestiques (U. Laval), Québec
Séminaire St-Joseph, Mont-Laurier
Loyola College, Montréal
Marianopolis College, Montréal
Québec
Séminaire de Rimouski, Rimouski
Séminaire de Chicoutimi, Chicoutimi
College de Levis, Levis
Université Laval, Québec
Séminaire de Québec, Québec
Externat Classique St-Jean-Eudes, Québec
Bishop's University, Lennoxville
Université de Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke
Université de Montréal, Montréal
Ecole Polytechnique, Montréal
College Jean-de-Brébeuf, Montréal
Ccl lége do 1' Immaculée-Conception, Montréal
College Sainte-Marie, Montréal
FacultC de Commerce (Laval), Québec
College St-Paul, Montréal
McGill University, Montréal
Sir George Williams University, Montréal
College Stanislas, Outremont
college de Rouyn, Rouyn
Ecole des sciences domestiques (U. Laval), Québec
Séminaire St-Joseph, Mont-Laurier
Loyola College, Montréal
Marianopolis College, Montréal
Ontario
Université d'Ottawa, Ottawa
St. Patrick's College, Ottawa
Carleton University, Ottawa
Queen's tTniversity at Kingston, Kingston
Royal Military College, Kingston
University of Toronto, Toronto
Victoria University, Toronto
Trinity College, Toronto
St. Michael's College, Toronto
Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto
McMaster University, Hamilton
McMaster Divinity College, Hamilton
Federated Colleges, Guelph (Ontario Agricultural College, Ontario Veterinary College, and Macdonald
Institute)
University of Western Ontario, London
University of Windsor, Windsor
York University, Toronto
Ontario College of Education, Toronto
Laurentian University of Sudbury, Sudbury
University of Waterloo, Waterloo
Waterloo Lutheran University, Waterloo
Lakeheaci College of Arts, Science and Technology.
Port Arthur
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Ontario
tJniversité d'Ottawa, Ottawa
St. Patrick's College, Ottawa
Carleton University, Ottawa
Quaen's University at Kingston, Kingston
Royal Military College, Kingston
University of Toronto, Toronto
Victoria University, Toronto
Trinity College, Toronto
St. Michael's College, Toronto
Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto
McMaster University, Hamilton
McMaster Divinity College, Hamilton
Federated Colleges, Guelph (Ontario Agricultural College,
Ontario Veterinary College, and Macdonald Institute)
University of Western Ontario, London
University of Windsor, Windsor
York University, Toronto
Ontario College of Education, Toronto
Université Laurentienne de Sudbury, Sudbury
University of Waterloo, Waterloo
Waterloo Lutheran University, Waterloo
Lakehead College of Arts, Science and Technology, Port
Arthur
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UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
%estern Provinces
Brandon College, Brandon
University of Manitoba, Winnipeg
St. John's College, Winnipeg
St. Paul's College, Winnipeg
United College, Winnipeg
University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon and Regina
St. Thomas More College, Saskatoon
University of Alberta, Edmonton and Calgary
University of British Columbia, Vancouver
University of Victoria, Victoria
Excluding associate deans, assistant deans, directors
of schools and institutes. Including some principals
of constituent colleges.
Including (when holding the rank of professor) associate deans, assistant deans, directors of schools and
institutes.
In some small colleges the ranks of associate professor and assistant professor are not used; all
above the rank of lecturer or instructor are classed
as professors.
6 The median salary was not calculated if the number
of persons in any distribution was less than 10, or
unless there were more than 2 institutions in a distribution. As a result, per cent increases for such
distributions could not be calculated. Quartiles were
not calculated unless the number of persons In any
distribution was 30 or more.
Including all deans, and others concerned primarily
with faculty administration.
' Excluding deans, and others concerned primarily
with faculty administration.
° Institutionsincluded: West — British Columbia,
Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba; Central - Western
Ontario, McMaster, Toronto, Victoria, Trinity,
Queen's, McGill, Bishop's; Maritimes —New Brunswick, Mount Allison, St. Francis Xavier, Acadia,
Dalhousie. Part-time teachers and religious teachers
paid on a scale less than that applying to lay staff
have been excluded.
10 Includes 13 ungraded professors not included elsewhere (1 In the Maritlmes, 10 in Central Canada,
and 2 in the West).
' Excluding religious teachers paid on the same scale
as lay teachers. Data included for 28 institutions.
' For those receiving some allowance, i.e. excluding
those reported as receiving no allowance.
13
This footnote has been deleted in this edition.
14 Including letters, social science, Islamic studies,
mediaeval studies.
" Including faculties teaching both pure and applied
science.
16 In cases where there were 1 or 2 in one group, detail
of the distribution is not shown.
17
Including psychology and education combined, and
child study.
Including medical research, medical technology.
'° Including canon law.
° Including faculties or schools of fine and applied
arts, forestry, hygiene and public health, journalism,
library science, philosophy, secretarial science,
veterinary science and graduate studies.
21
History and appreciation—including art, archaeology,
architecture, drama, music.
22 Including Greek, Latin, mediaeval literature, oriental
laniages.
23 Including Rusian, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese,
Icelandic, such combinations as modern languages,
romance languages, Slavic languages, and also
letters and linguistics.
Provinces de l'Ouest
Brandon College, Brandon
University of Manitoba, Winnipeg
St. John's College, Winnipeg
St. Paul's College, Winnipeg
United College. Winnipeg
University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon et Regina
St. Thomas More College, Saskatoon
University of Alberta, Edmonton et Calgary
University of British Columbia, Vancouver
University of Victoria, Victoria
Ne sont pas compris les vice-doyens, les directeurs
d'écoles et d'instituts. Sont comprls quelquesdirecteurs
de colleges constituants.
Sont compris (s'ils ont le rang de professeur titulaire)
les vice-doyens, les directeurs d'écoles et d'instituts.
Dans quelques petits colleges, le rang de professeur
agr6g4 et celui de professeur adjoint n'existent pas;
tous sont classes professeurs s'ils ne sont pas simplement charges de cours.
6
Le traitementrnédian n'a pas été calculélorsqu'une serie
comprenait moms de 10 personnes ou ft moms qu'elle ne
comptt plus de 2 institutions. II en rdsulte que les augmentations procentuelles relatives a ces repartitions
n'ont Pu être calculées. Les quartiles ne sont pas calculés l. øü, dans une repartition le nombre de personnes
est de 30 ou plus.
Sont compris tous les doyens et les autres personnes
s'occupant avant tout de l'administration de la faculté.
• Ne sont pas compris les doyens ni les autres personnes
s'occupant avant tout de l'administration de la faculté.
° Voici les institutions intéressées: Ouest — British
Columbia. Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba: CentreWestern Ontario, McMaster, Toronto, Victoria, Trinity,
Queen's, McGill, Bishop's Maritimes —New Brunswick,
Mount Allison, St. Francis Xavier, Acadia, Dalhousle.
On a exclu les professeurs a temps partiel et les professeurs religieux dont l'échelle de traitements était inférieure i celle do personnel laic.
10 Comprend 13 professeurs non classes, non inclus
ailleurs (1 dans les Maritines, 10 dans le centre du
Canada et 2 dans I' Quest).
Ne sont pas compris les professeurs religleux rémunérés
a l'égal des laics. Chifftes portant sur 28 institutions.
Pour ceux qui reçoivent one allocation c..â-d. sans ceux
déclarés comme ne recevant aucune allocation.
13
Ce renvoi a été supprimé de la présente edition.
14
y compris lettres, sciences sociales, étudesislamiques,
etudes médiévales.
" Y compris les facults de sciences pures et appliquées.
La ventilation n'est pas faite quant le groupe ne cornprend qu'un ou deux professeurs.
Y compris Ia psychologie et la pddagogie réunies, et la
psychologie de l'enfant.
Y compris recherche médicale, technologie mddicale.
Y compris droit canonique.
20 y compris les facultés et les écoles de beaux-arts et
d'arts appliqués, de sylviculture, d'hygiène et de sante
publique, de journalisme, de bibliothdconomie, de philosophie, de science secrétariale, de science vdtérinaire
et d'études supérieures.
21
Histoire et appreciation —y compris art, archdologie,
architecture, théátre, musique.
22
y compris le grec, le latin, la littérature médiévale et
les langues orientales.
23 y compris le russe, 1' espagnol, l'italien, le portugais,
l'islandais, les groupements tels que les langues
modernes, les langues romanes, les langues slaves, lea
lettres et la linguistique.
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES IJNIVF.RSITES
24
Including ethics, logic, natural theology.
Including East Asiatic studies, Islamic studies,
Slavic studies, religion. Asian studies, Celtic
studies, Near Eastern studies.
26
Including drama, elocution.
" Including journalism, library science.
H
Economics and political science combined.
20
Including accounting, industrial relations,
° Including child study.
31
Including dietetics.
32
Including secretarial science, public administration.
" Including anatomy, histology, embryology, entomology. palaeontology, physiology.
' Including botany and zoology combined as biology,
and also genetics, natural history.
" Including medical technology.
Including rehabilitation.
Including forestry, hygiene and public health, veterinary science, optometry.
' Including biochemistry.
Including mineralogy.
Including astronomy, geodesy, statistics.
41
Including biophysics, geophysics, mathematical
physics.
42
Including town planning.
Including agricultural engineering, architectural engineering, forest engineering, structural engineering.
Including geological engineering, metallurgical
engineering, petroleum engineering.
Including aerophysics, applied mathematics, applied
physics.
46
Comparable data for 1956-57 not available.
41
Excluding M.D., D.D.S., D.V.M.
Including licence.
40
IncludIng M.D., D.D.S.. D.V.M. and second baccalaureate.
'° Including first professional degree If It Is the first
baccalaureate.
' Including both lay and religious teachers.
52
Data Included for all 68 institutions listed In Note 2.
H
H
Excludes staff with no degree and staff for whom no
information was reported and hence totals do not
equal those in Ible 18.
Excludes staff for whom no information was reported.
" Excludes staff with no degree
56
EstImated, for institutions Included In this survey,
on basis of returns made as of December 1 for
university grant purposes together with enrolments
reported in the salary survey.
77
24
Y compris morale, logique, thologie naturelle.
y compris 4tudes oriento-asiatiques, 6tudes islamiques,
tudes slaves, religion, etudes asiatiques, etudes
celtiques, etudes du Proche-Orient.
26
Y compris thdâtre, elocution.
27
Y compris journalisme, bibliotheconomie.
2$
Sciences economiques et science politique réunies.
29
Y compris comptabllite, relations industrielles.
° Y compris psychologle de l'enfant.
Y compris dietetique.
32
Y compris science secretariale, administration publique.
Y compris anatomie, histologie, embryologie, entomologie, paléontologie, physiologie.
' Y compris botanique et zoologie reunles sous blologie,
et aussi génétique et histoire naturelle.
Y compris technologie medicale.
H
Y compris rehabilitation.
" Y compris sylviculture, hygiene et sante publique, science veterinaire, optometrie.
' Y compris biochimie.
" Y corn pris rnineralogie.
40
y compris astronomie, geodesie, statistique.
41
y compris biophysique, geophysique, physique mathematique.
42
Y compris urbanisme.
Y compris genie agricole, genie architectural, genie
forestler, genie des charpentes.
"Y compris genie geologique, genie metallurgique, genie
petrolier.
Y compris aérophysique, mathematiques appliquées,
physique appliquée.
46
Donnees comparables pour 19 56 - 1957 non disponibles.
Non compris M.D., D.D.S., D.M.V.
" Y compris licence.
Y compris M.D., D.D.S., D.M.V. et second baccalaureat.
25
° Y compris premier grade professlonnel s'il s'aglt du
premier baccalauréat.
' Y compris les professeurs laics et religleux.
52
Donnees portent sur les 68 institutions enumerees a la
note 2.
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pourquoi les totaux ne correspondent pas A ceux do
tableau 18.
' Sans le personnel au sujet duquel ii n'y a pas eu de
rapport.
H
A l'exclusion du personnel sans grade.
H
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present rapport et fondée sur les declaralions du ler
décembre pour Ia subvention universitaire, ainsi que stir
les inscriptions declarees au cours de l'enquête sur les
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Relevé de Ia formation professionnelle et technique, 196061. Statistique des cours de métiers et techniques publics
et privés, des cours secondaires de formation professionnelle et des contrats d'apprentissage. Bilingue. (N ° de
catalogue81 - 209)
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List of Private Business Colleges in Canada, 1957.
Edition anglaise. (N° de cat, 81 -505)
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Spring, 1964
Orders should be sg to the
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or the
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with remittance payable to the Receiver General of Canada.
Persons wishing notices of new publications are Invited to write to the Education Division, D.
Price
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The Organization and Administration of Public Schools
in Canada (2nd editlon-1960). A report of the legal and
administrative framework of the provincial education
systems, and federal activities in education. English
edition. (Cat. No. 81-510)
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$2.00
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HIGHER EDUCATION
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Concluded
Awards for Graduate Study and Research, 1961. Lists
awards from Canadian and other organizations, values
$2.00
and conditions. English edition. (Cat. No. 81 -406)
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University Student Expen4iture and Income in Canada,
1961 62,Part 1-Non-Canadian Students. English and
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French editions.(Cat.No.81-519)
Survey of Education Finance, 1959 and 1960. Financial
statistics on all levels of academic, vocational, andadult
education. Bilingual. (Cat. No. 81 -208)
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Student Progress through the Schools by Grade, 1960.
Retention and withdrawal through school and university
for Canada and the provinces. Bilingual. (Cat. No. 81- 513) .50
lights 20 full-page charts and accompanying text. English
and French editions. (Cat. No. 81-515)
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Canadian Education through Correspondence, 1959-60.
Bilingual. (Cat. No. 81-516)
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75
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University Student Expenditure and Income In Canada.
1861 -62, Part Il-CanadianUndergraduateStudents.
English and French editions. (Cat. No. 81-520)
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University student Fxpenditure and Income in Canada,
1961 -62, Part Ill - Canadian Graduate Students, English
andFrenchejtiofls
A Graphic Presentation of Canadian Education. High-
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521)
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Canadian Institutions of HigherEducation, 1960-61.
Names, addresses, courses offered, and general information on admission and fees. Bilingual. (Cat. No. 81 -517)
1.00
Survey of Higher Education, 1962- 63, Part I Fall Enrolment In Universities and Colleges.Full-time, part-time,
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Prelimlnry Statistics of Education, 1962-63. Enrolments, teaching staffs, salaries, education finance, etc.
Bilingual. (Cat. No, 81-201)
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and correspondence course enrolment by faculty, institution, province, and sex. Bilingual. (Cat. No. 81 -204)
Statistical Review of Canadian Education, Census 1951.
English edition. (Cat. No. 81 -503)
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4 - ADULT EDUCATION AND OTHER
CULTURAL ACTIVITIES
Out-of-print
A Bibliographical Guide to Canadian Education. A select
bibliography and a discussion of educational documentation in Canada. Bilingual. (Cat. No. 81-523)
Survey of Adult Education, 1960-61. Activities of gov.75
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sity, government and special libraries. Bilingual. (('at.
No. 81-403)
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1.50
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1.00
Numbers of secondary-level pupils and teachers, types
ar.d sizes of schools. etc. Bilingual. (Cat. No. 81 -514).. .50
................................ 62. Reports on larger university and school libraries, and
on Library School graduates of 1963. Bilingual. (Cat. No.
81 - 206)
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Museums andArt Galleries, 1951-52. Bilingual. (Cat.
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3 - HIGHER EDUCATION
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Swvey of Libraries, Part II: Academic Libraries, 1961-
No 81-504)
1.00
1.00
Survey of Libraries. Part I: Public Libraries, 1962. Covers
publiclibrarysystemsfor1962.Bilingual. (Cat. No.
81 -205)
Organization of Education at the Secondary Level.
Statistics of Special Education for Exceptional Children,
1953-54. Bilingual. (Cat. No. 81 - 507)
75
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Survey of Libraries, 1954-56. Reports on public, univer-
Salaries and Oualiflcatlons of Teachers In Public Elementary and Secondary Schools, 1962-63. Classifies
teachers by salary, certificate, and experience, for city,
town, and rural schools. Bilingual. (Cat. No. 81 -202)
ernment departments, universities and colleges, public
libraries, and business colleges. Bilingual. (Cat. No.
81 - 207)
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Survey of Elementary and Secondary EducatIon. 1961- 62.
Data on schools, teachers and pupils, in public and
private schools. Includes a bibliography. Bilingual. (Cat.
No.81-210)
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Participants in Further Education in Canada. A report of
a sample survey of persons 14 years of age and over who
took part-time courses in 1959-60. Bilingual. (Cat. No.
81 -522)
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Survey of Higher Education, 1961-62. Enrolment, grad-
uates, staff and finances. Bilingual. (Cat. No. 81-211) .. .75
5 - VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
Salaries and Oualiffcations of Teachers in Universities
and Colleges, 1963-64, Salaries by rank, field, region,
size and control of institutions, subject, age, years since
award of first degree, and highest degree for about 60
institutions. Bilingual, (Cat. No. 81 -203)
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Survey of Vocational Education and 'rrainlng, 1960-61.
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75
Data on publicly and privately sponsored trade and technical ccurses, vocational high school courses, together
with statistics on registration of Indentured apprentices.
Bilingual. (Cat. No. 81 -209)
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University Teachers' Salaries, 1937-1960. Historical
data, by rank and region, for 17 institutions. Bilingual.
(('at. No. 81 -203)
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1.00
List of Private Business Colleges In Canada, 1957.
English edition. (Cat. No. 81 -505)
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