81-203 TDOMINION BURE OF STATISTICS SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS OF TEACHERS

81-203 TDOMINION BURE OF STATISTICS SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS OF TEACHERS
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81-203
ANNUAL - ANNUEL
TDOMINION BURE
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SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS OF TEACHERS
IN UNWERSITIES AND COLLEGES
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DES PROFESSEURS
DES UNIVERSITES ET COLLEGES
1967-68
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Education Division - Division de 1'6ducation
Higher Education Section - Section de 1'enseignement supérieur
SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS OF TEACHERS
IN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DES PROFESSEURS
DES UNIVERSITIS ET COLLEGES
1967-68
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1967-68
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PREFACE
This eight 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 Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada and other interested
agencies. The data were supplied by university
and college business officers. Their assistance
is greatly appreciated.
Le present rapport est Ic huitième d'une sCrie
de rapports dCtaills sur les traitements et la qualification des professeurs des universités canadiennes.
Cette fois encore, ii a été rédigé avec le concours
de l'Association canadienne du personnel administratif universitaire, de l'Association canadienne des
professeurs d'université, de l'Association des universités et colleges du Canada et d'autres organismes intéressés. Les données proviennent des
représentants des universités et colleges et leur
collaboration est trés appréciée.
Similar reports were issued for 1956- 57,
1957-58, 1958-59, 1960-61, 1962-63, 1963-64
and 1965-66. 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 1943-44 to 1967-68 for these
17 institutions.
Des rapports semblables ont paru pour 1956- 57,
1957-58, 1958-59, 1960-61, 1962-63, 1963-64 et
1965-66. Le rapport de 1959-60 comprenait 17
institutions et donnait leurs statistiques chronologiques A partir de 1937- 38. Le tableau 2 de la présente
publication donne les chiffres récapitulatifs de ces
17 institutions de 1943- 44 a 1967-68.
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 65
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, related to rank, field, subject
and highest degree.
Le present rapport indique la relation entre les
traitements et le rang professoral, la faculté, la
discipline choisie, Ia matière, Ia region, l'importance
de l'institution et sa direction, le plus haut grade
universitaire obtenu et les années depuis lobtention
du premier et du dernier grade a l'égard de 65 institutions. Certains tableaux donnent une ventilation
selon le sexe. D'autres etahlissent la relation entre
l'áge des professeurs d'université et leur rang professoral, la discipline, Ia matière et le plus haut
grade.
Questions concerning the content of this
iuhlication or suggestions for further analyses
should be sent to Mr. N. LeSeelleur Acting
Director, or Mr. Pierre Boulet, Chief of the Higher
Education Section, Education Division.
Toute question relative au contenu de Ia présente publication ou toute proposition d'analyses supplémentaires doit ttre adressée a M. N. LeSeelleur,
directeur suppléant, ou a M. Pierre Boulet, chef de
la Section de l'enseignement supérieur, Division de
1' education.
WALTER E. DIJFFETT,
WALTER E. DUFFETT,
Dominion Statistician. Statisticjen federal.
SYMBOLS
SIGNES CON VENT IONNELS
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 present 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. - nêant ou zero,
n.d.a. non dénommé ailleurs.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
.
Highlithts lntzoduction
Scope (>1 Dat a
TABLE DES MATIERES
Vaitssiliants.....................................................................
7
Introduction
9Portée du rapport ........................................................................ 9
.9Interpretation prudente des données ........................................
Cautions in Interpreting Data
9
10
Effective Date of Salary Figures Reported ........................10Date de référence des traitements déclarés ..........................
Les médianes et la situation 'a Ia fin de l'année scolaire:
Medians and the Situation at the End of the Academic Year:
10Traitements............................................................................ 10
Salaries..............................................................................
10Age.......................................................................................... 10
Age......................................................................................
10
Years Since Award of First Degree ................................ 10Nombre d'années depuis i'obtention du premier grade ......
Summary and Charts
Salaries .................................................................................
Somma ire et graphiques
13Traitements................................................................................ 13
Graphique
1. Traitements medians des professeurs d'universit61. Median Salaries of University Teachers-1956-57
1956-57 'a 1967-68......................................................14
to1967-68................................................................ 14
2. Traitements medians des professeurs de 17 universités
2. Median Salaries of Teachers at 17 Universities, by
selon le rang, 1937-38
1967 -68 ..............................16
rank. 1937-38 to 1967-68........................................ 16
3. Traitements medians des professeurs d'université3. Median Salaries of University Teachers - By Years selon les années depuisle premier grade, 1960-61 'a
19
Since Award of First Degree, 1960.61 to 1967-68
1967-68 .......................................................................... 19
Chart
'a
20Age.............................................................................................. 20
Age..........................................................................................
4. Traitements medians des professeurs d'universit64. Median Salaries of University Teachers— By Years
selon les années depuis le plus haut grade universi21
Since Award of Highest Earned Degree, 1967 -68
taire acquis, 1967 -68.................................................. 21
22
Years Since Award of First Degree .................................... 22Années depuis l'obtention du premier grade ..........................
Repartition des professeurs selon le rang, le grade. le sexe
Distribution ofUniversityTeachers by Rank, Degree, Sex
22et le domaine ..........................................................................22
andField...........................................................................
5. Repartition procentuelle des professeurs d'université
5. Percentage Distribution of University Teachers by
suivant le rang et le sexe, 1962-63 et 1967-68 ...... 21
Rank and Sex, 1962-63 and 1967-68 .................... 21
6. Repartition procentuelle des professeurs d'université 6. Percentage Distribution of University Teachers by
suivant Ic plus haut grade universitaire acquis, 1967 -68
23
Highest Earned University Degree, 1967-68 ........ 23
Teacher-student Ratio .......................................................... 24Rapport professeurs-étudiants ..................................................
24
Highest Earned University Degree ...................................... 24Plus haut grade universitaire obtenu ......................................
24
Salaries
Traitements
Tableau
1. Traitements des professeurs d'université, selon le
1. Salaries of University Teachers, by Rank, Field.
rang, le domaine. le sexe et 1' importance de l'instiSex and Size of Institution, 1967-68 ....................26
tution, 1967 -68 .............................................................. 26
2. Traitements des professeurs, de 17 universités et
2. Salaries of Teachers. at 17 Universities and Colleges
colleges, scion Ic rang et Ia region, 1943-44 'a
by Rank and Region 1943-44 to 1967 .68..............32
1967 -68.......................................................................... 32
Table
3. Allowances of Religious Teachers, by Rank and Sex. 3. Traitements des professeurs religieux, scion le rang et
Ic sexe, tous domaines, 1967-68 .............................. 34
All Fields, 1967-68 ................................................34
4. Traitements des professeursd'universitê, selonle rang
4. Salaries of University Teachers, by Rank and Re
et la region, 1967-68 .................................................... 34
gion, 1967-68 ............................................................34
5. Salaries of University Teachers, by Rank and Size
5. Traitements des professeurs d'université, scion Ic rang 36
et 1' importance de l'institution, l97 -68 .................
of Institution, 1967 -68 ............................................36
6. Trailements des professeurs d'université. selon le rang
6. Salaries of University Teachers, by Rank and Con
ella direction de l'institution, 1967 -68 .................... 39
trol of Institution, 1967 -68 ....................................39
7. Salaries of University Teachers, by Faculty (or
7. Traitements des professeurs d'université, selon la 40
faculté(ou 1' école ou l'institut) ci Ic sexe, 1967-68
School or Institute) and Sex, 1967-68 ..................40
8.
Traitements
des
professeurs
d'université,
scion
la
Salaries
of
University
Teachers,
by
Subject
and
8.
matière et le sexe (humanités), 1967 -68 ................. 42
Sex, in the Humanities, 1967-68 ............................42
TABLE OF CONTENTS-Concluded
TABLE DES M'tTIERFS-fin
Traitement.s - fin
Salaries - Concluded
Table
9.
Page
Tableau
9.
Page
Salaries of University Teachers, by Subject and
Sex, in the Social Sciences,1967 - 68
................
42
Traitements des professeurs d'université, selon Ia 42
matière et le sexe (sciences sociales), 1967-68
10. Salaries of University Teachers, by Subject and
Sex, in the Biological Sciences, 1967-68
44
10. Traitements des professeurs d'université, sCion Ia 44
rnatière et le sexe (sciences biologiques), 1967 -68
11. Salaries of University Teachers, by Subject and
Sex, in the Physical Sciences, 1967 -68
44
11. Traitements des professeurs d'université, selon la
44
matière et le sexe(sciences physiques), 1967 -68
12. Salaries of University Teachers, by Years Since
Award of First Degree, Sex and Field, 1967 -68
46
12. Traitements des professeurs d'université, selon les
années depuis le premier grade, selon le sexe et
l e domaine, 1967-68
46
50
50
51
52
54
56
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13. Salaries of University Teachers, by Years Since
Award of First Degree and Region, 1967-68....50
13. Traitements des professeurs d'université, selon les
annéesdepuis le premier grade et selon larégion,
1967 -68
......................................................................
14. Salaries of University Teachers, by Years Since
Award of First Degree, and Size of Institution,
1967-68
................................................................
15. Salaries of University Teachers, by Years Since
Award of First Degree and Control of Institution, 1967-68
........................................................
16. Salaries of University Teachers, by Rank and
Highest Earned University Degree, 1967-68
....
50
14. Traitements des professeurs d'université, solon les
années depuis le premier grade et selon l'importance de l'inslitution, 1967-68
51
15. Traitements des professeurs d'université, solon los
années depuis le premier grade et selon la direction de l'institution, 1967-68
52
..............................
................................
16. Traitements des professeurs d'université, selon le
rang et le plus haut grade universitaire acquis,
1967 -68
......................................................................
16A. Salaries of University Teachers, by Years Since
Award of Highest Earned Degree, Sex, 1967 -68 54
16A. Traitements des professeurs d'université, selon los
années depuis le plus haut grade universitaire
acquis, selon le sexe, 1967-68
............................
17. Salaries of University Teachers, by Highest
56
University Degree, Sex and Field, 1967-68
17. Traitements des professeurs d'université, selon le
plus haut grade universitaire acquis et selon le
sexe et le domaine, 1967 -68
..................................
Age
Age
18. Age of University Teachers, by Rank, Field and
Size of Institution, 1967 -68
..............................
19.
Age of University Teachers, by Rank, Highest
Earned University Degree and Size of Institution, 1967 -68
........................................................
20.
Age of University Teachers by Subject, in the
Humanities, 1967 -68
..........................................
21.
Age of University Teachers by Subject, in the
Social Sciences, 1967 -68
..................................
22. Age of University Teachers by Subject, in the
Biological Sciences, 1967-68
Age of University Teachers by Subject, in the
Physical Sciences. 1967-68
..............................
18. Age des professeurs d'université, selon le rang, le 60
domaine et 1' importance de l'institution, 1967 -68
63
19. Age des professeurs d'université, selon le rang, le
plus haut grade universitaire acquis et l'importance de l'institution, 1967 -68
64
66
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20.
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21.
63
66
Age des professeurs d'université, selon la matière
(sciences sociales), 1967 -68
66
68
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68
68
23. Age des professeurs d'université, selon Ia matière
(sciences physiques), 1967-68
............................
..............................
Years Since Award of First Degree
24.
Age des professeurs d'université, solon Ia matière
(humanités), 1967 -68 22. Age des professeurs d'université, selon la matière
(sciences biologiques), 1967-68
............................
23.
60
Années depuis le premier grade
Years Since Award of First Degree-University
Teachers by Rank and Field. 1967-68 .........
70
24. Années depuis lepremier grade- Professeurs d'universilé selon le rang et le domaine, 1967 -6870
Teacher-student Ratio
Rapport prolesseurs-étudiants
25. Ratio of Full-time University Teachers to Fulltime Students by Region, 1960-61 to 1967 -68 71
25.
Rapport des professoursd'université de pleintemps
aux étudiants de plein temps, selon Ia region,
1960-61 a 1967-68 .................................................
Highest Earned University Degree
26. Highest Earned University Degree, by Rank and
Region. 1967-68
..................................................
Notes Related to the Tables
68
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71
Plus haut grade universitaire acquis
72
26. Pius haut grade universitaire acquis, selon le rang
et (a region, 1967-68 73Notes concernant les tableaux
..............................................
72
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73
III(111IGHTS
FAITS SAIIL.4.NTS
The median salary for staff paid at rates
applicable to lay teaching personnel (all medians
used in these "highlights" refer to this group)
was $11,403 for all full-time staff included in the
1967-68 survey. Medians by rank ranged from a
high of $20,979 for deans to $7,990 for lecturers
and instructors.
Le traitement median du personnel rémunéré au
baréme des laics (toutes les médianes de ces faits
saillants réfèrent a ce groupe) était de $11,403 pour
tout le personnel a plein temps inclus dans le relevd
de 1967-68. Les médianes selon le rang professoral
ont vane de $20,979 pour les doyens A $7,990 pour
les charges de cours.
The median salary for men in 1967-68 was
$1 1,777, higher by $2,495 than that for women.
Le traitement median des hommes en 1967-68
était de $11,777 soit $2,495 de plus que celui des
femm es.
Median regional salaries, 1967 -68 for all
staff surveyed were for the Western Provinces
($11,596). Ontario ($11,844), Quebec ($11,196)
and the Atlantic Provinces ($10,027).
Les traitements medians régionaux, en 1967-68,
de tout le personnel observe étaient dans les provinces de l'Quest ($11,596), en Ontario ($11,844),
au Québec ($11,196) et dans les provinces Atlantiques ($10,027).
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
$12,018 in 1967-68. The median for institutions
with enrolments of 2,000 to 4,999 was $10,591, for
those with 1,000 to 1,999 students $10, 145, 500
to 999 students $10,050 and for institutions with
less than 500 full-time students $11,208.
Le traitement median diminuait au meme rythme
que l'importance de l'institution. Dans les institutions comptant 5,000 étudiants et plus a plein temps,
Ia médiane de tout le personnel était de $12,018 en
1967-68, dans les institutions de 2,000 a 4,999
étudiants, elle était de $10,591, dans celles de 1,000
a 1,999 étudiants, de $10,145, dans celles de 500 a
999 étudiants, de $10,050, et dans celles de moms
de 500 étudiants a plemn temps, de $11,208.
The median salary for staff at state (provincial or federal) institutions was $11,836 in 196768, $11,535 for all independent institutions, with
the median for church-related institutions being
$10,188. 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 fédérales,
le traitement median était de $11,836 en 1967-68
sUit un peu plus élevé que la médiane de toutes les
institutions indépendantes $11,535, et celui des institutions religieuses, de $10,188. Depuis 1956- 57,
les médianes des institutions d'Etat et indépendantes ont été assez semblables et ont surpassé
considérablement 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 1967-68 median, $12,764 may be compared
with other teaching fields: e.g. $11,892 for the
physical sciences, $11,204 for the social sciences,
and $10,139 for the humanities. The median for
those engaged primarily in faculty administration
was $20,077.
Comrne dans le passé, le traitement median du
personnel des sciences biologiques (y compnis la
médecine) a été plus élevé que celui du personnel
des autres disciplines. La médiane de 1967-68,
$12,764 peut être comparée a celles des autres
disciplines: e.g. $11,892 dans les sciences physiques, $11,204 dans les sciences sociales et $10,139
dans les hu.uanités. La médiane du personnel prépoSe surtout a l'administration des facultés était
de $20,077.
In 1967-68, of the total of 16,703 teachers
included from 65 reporting institutions. 86.6 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 1967-68, sun les 16,703 instituteurs inclus
dans les 65 institutions qui ont fait rapport, 86.6
p. 100 étaient des hommes. En 1957- 58, 89.3 p.
100 d'un total de 4,881 dans 58 institutions étaient
des hommes.
Full-time staff at a selected group of 17
institutions from 1956- 57 to 1967- 68 increased
206.1 p.c., from 2,979 to 9,119. The increase
from 1965-66 to 1967-68 was 28.9 p.c., or from
7,074 to 9,119.
Le personnel de plein temps d'un groupe de 17
institutions, de 1956- 57 a 1967- 68 a augmenté de
206.1 P. 100, de 2,979 a 9,119. L'accroissement de
1965-66 a 1967-68 a eté de 28.9 P. 100, soit de
7.074 a 9,119.
Some 1.2p.c. (192 of 16,378) of the 1967-68
staff of all 65 reporting institutions included, were
aged 65 or over and 704 (4.3 p.c.) were 60 or over.
The median age for all staff reported in this
1967-68 survey was 36 years compared with 41
years for 1956- 57.
Environ 1.2 p. 100 (192 sur 16,378) du personnel
de 1967 - 68 dans les 65 institutions qui ont fait rapport
étaient ages de 65 ans et plus et 704 (4.3 p. 100) de
60 ans et plus. L'âge median de tout le personnel
observe lors du relevé de 1967- 68 était de 36 ans
(41 ans en 1956- 57).
The median passage of time since the award
of the first degree was 13 years for 1967- 68 staff.
It was 16 years in 1956- 57.
Le nombre median d'années depuis l'obtention
du premier grade était de 13 ans pour le personnel
de 1967-68 (16 en 1956- 57).
Where highest earned university degree for
1967-68 staff members is considered, 46.9 p.c.
were reported with doctorates, 31.7 p.c. master's
degrees, 7.0 p.c. a first professional degree
beyond a first baccalaureate, 10.0 p.c. a first
baccalaureate, 2.0 p.c., no university degree and
2.4 p.c., no information. 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 1967-68 révéle que 46.9
p. 100 détenaient un doctorat, 31.7 P. 100 une maltrise, 7.0 p. 100 un premier grade professionnel au
delà d'un premier baccalaurdat, 10.0 p. 100 un premier baccalauréat, 2.0 p.100 aucun grade et2.4 p. 100
sans information. La proportion du personnel ayant
un doctorat a augmenté légérement depuis 1957- 58
alors que 41.1 p. 100 étaient docteurs.
INTRODUCTION
Scope of Data
Portée du rapport
This report is based on questionnaire forms
for the 1967-68 academic year sent to 73 universities and colleges. Returns were received from
65 (listed in Note 2, following the last table) with
enrolment equalling about 93 p.c. of the total
enrolment of full-time undergraduate and graduate
students in Canadian institutions of higher education. 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.
Le present rapport est base sur les questionnaires envoyés a 73 universitCs et colleges pour
l'année scolaire 1967- 68. Les inscriptions des 65
qui ont répondu (en voir la liste au reovol 2 après le
dernier tableau) représentent environ 93 p. 100 de
tous les étudiants a temps plein inscrits aux institutions canadiennes d'enseignement supérieur.
A l'exception du tableau 3, tous les tableaux des
traitements ne concernent que les professeurs laics
et los professeurs religieux rémunérés a l'échelle
des laics. Les tableaux qui n'ont pas trait aux traitements portent sur les professeurs tant laiques que
religieux.
Data are presented for a total of 16,703
teachers, all of them full-time and with academic
ranks of lecturer or instructor or higher. These
include 16,378 in receipt of salaries based on
scales applying to lay personnel and 325 religious
teachers in receipt of allowances below the scales
applying to lay personnel.
Les données se rapportent a 16,703 professeurs,
tous a plein temps et ayant au moms le rang de
chargé de cours. Sur ce nombre, 16,378 recojvent un
traitement conforme 5. l'échelle des laics at 325 professeurs religieux reçoivent un traitement inférieur
a cette échelle.
Cautions in Interpreting Data
Interpretation prudente des données
1. Not all Canadian institutions of higher
education are included. At the beginning of the
1965 -66 academic year there were about 380
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,
1. Le rapport n'envisage pas toutes les institutions canadiennes d'enseignement supérieur. Au debut
de l'année scolaire 1965-66, environ 380 institutions
donnaient des cours a l'échelon universitaire. La
plupart des institutions ornises étaient de petites
institutions (moms de 500 étudiants); plusieurs dentre
elles employaient des religieux dont l'échelle des
traitements Ctaitinférieure a celledeslaiques. Autant
qu'on a pu le constater, toutes les institutions de
1,000 étudiants universitaires a plein temps ou plus
sont représentées.
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
sont omises pour certaines années dans les tableaux.
Los données du tableau 2 sont comparables.
3. The median is not the arithmetic average, 3. La médiane n'est pas la moyenne arithmétique
but is the theoretical point in a distribution for mais bien le point théorique d'une série de valeurs
which 50 p.c. of the cases are higher and 50 p.c. dont la moitié sont supérieures et Pautre moitié inférieures a ce point.
lower.
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-deca 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 du passage
d'une catégorie d'inscriptions è. une 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 traitements indiqués sont les traitements annuels de base. Plusieurs professeurs augmentent leur revenu en enseignant aux cours du soir,
d'extension ou d'été et plusieurs ont un revenu parauniversitaire. Ces supplements ne paraissent pas
dans le present rapport.
10
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
Effective Data of Salary Figures Reported
Date de référence des traitements déclarés
All salary data refer to basic annual salary
rates in the fall of 1967.
Toutes les données sur les traitements sont
basées sur la rémunération annuelle de base en
vigueur 'a l'automne de 1967.
Medians and the Situation at the End of the
Academic Year
Salaries
Les médianes et Ia situation
scolaire
Traitement.s
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 "Ijniversity Teachers' Salaries, 1937-1960." Medians were calculated
to the nearest $100.
Les traitements, qu'on devait declarer 4 un
dollar près, sont groupés ici par intervalles de
$1,000, sauf au tableau 2 oü on a choisi un intervalle
de $500 pour que les chiffres correspondent a ceux
qui ont paru dans "Traitements des professeurs d'université, 1937- 1960". On a calculé la médiane 'a 100
dollars près.
Although salary scales for the ensuing year
are generally set prior to the start of that academic
year, the medians should relatively accurately
reflect the situation at the end of the academic
year.
Même si l'échelle des traitements pour l'année a
venir est normalement établie avant le commencement
de l'année scolaire, les médianes doivent refléter de
facon relativement precise la situation 5. la 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 1967. These ages are
grouped in five-year intervals. Thus all persons
born in 1904, for example, were 63 years of age
some time in 1967 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'annéede naissance
de chaque membre du personnel. Dans les tableaux,
l'äge est celui qu'a atteint chaque individu au cours
de l'année civile 1967. Les ages sont groupés par
intervalles de cinq ans. Ainsi, les personnes nées
en 1904 ont atteint 63 ans en 1967 et, 'a la fin de
l'année, 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 médiane ou le quartile de 63, par exemple,
indique que le point se situe entre 63,0 et 63,9 dans
la série.
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 1904
again as an example, 63 years of age at June 30,
1967. It could then be assumed that at December
31, 1967, the median age would be 63.5 years, and
at June 30, 1968, 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 1967-68, assuming that it
is June 30,
Si les dates de naissance se répartissaient egalement entre les douze mois de chaque année, le moitiC
despersonnes nées en 1904, pour reprendrel'exemple,
auraient atteint leur 63e année le 30 juin 1967. Il en
découle qu'au 31 décembre 1967 l'âge median serait
de 63,5 ans et, au 30 juin 1968, de 64 ans. Dans le
present rapport, l'ãge median n'a pas été calculé de
cette manière, mais ii suffit d'ajouter un an a chaque 'age median indiqué pour avoir l'ãge approximatif
'ala fin de l'année scolaire (30 juin) 1967-68.
Years Since Award of First Degree
Nombre d'années depuis l'obtention du premier grade
Information was requested ontheyear in which
the first degree was obtained. As with age, the
number of years was measured in relation to the
calendar year 1967, and distributed in five year
intervals. Medians and quartiles were calculated
in the same manner as were those for age.
L'annCe d'obtention du premier grade a été
demandée. Comme pour l'ãge, le nombre d'années a
été calculé par rapport it l'année civile 1967, et le
classement fait par groupes quinquennaux. Les
médianes et quartiles ant été calculés de Ia même
facon que ceux de l'âge.
If the assumption is made that all degrees
were received at regular spring convocations (even
if actually some would be received at other times
during the year), one year could be added to the
medians reported to give the picture at the end of
the academic year (June 30).
Si l'on suppose que tous les grades ont été
obtenus au printemps (même si certains l'ont été
'a d'autres époques de l'année), ii suffit d'ajouter
un an aux médianes indiquées pour connaltre la
situation a la fin de l'année scolaire (30 juin).
a Ia fin de l'année
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES 11
TABLE A. Median Salaries of Teachers in Universities and Colleges, by Rank, Sex, Field, Region, and
Size of Institution, 1967 -68, Showing Per Cent Increase over 1965-66
TABLEAU A. fraitements medians des professeurs d'universitê et de college, selon le rang, le sexe
le domaine, Ia region et l'importance de I'institution, 1967 -68, et augmentation
procentuelle sur 1965 -66
I
Lt'clurers
Associate AssistantProfessorsandAllNumber
DeansProfessorsprofessors professorsungradedinstructors ranksreported
DoyensProfesseurs Professeurs Professeurs Professeurs Chargs TousNombre
titulairesagregesadjoints non classes derangSd8clar8
cours
Canada:
1967-68 .................................................... $20.71417,08112,99810,22810,4257,99011,40316.378
Increase - Augmentation:
1965-66to-81967-68 ....................% [
17.5
l6.j
15.815.928.513.416.3
By sex' - Scion Ic sex&
Men
-
Ilommes:
17,113
13,034
10,279
10,650
8,288
11.777
18.1
16.1
15.3
16.4
28.7
15.3
16.0
1967 -68 ....................................................$16,850
16.167
12,712
9.950
8,650
7,448
9,282
16.5
16.2
16.5
13.7
15.8
1967-68....................................................$ 20,979
Increase - Augmentation:
1965-66 to - 8. 1967-68 Women
-
14,197
Femmes:
Increase - Augmentation:
1965 -66 to - a 1967-68....................%
By field
Facultyadministration
de raculte:
-
Increase - Augmentation:
1965-66 to- a 1967-68....................
-
Selon Ic domaine
Administration
1967-68 .................................................... $20,71417,900
Humanities
-
2
2,181
.I17.515.4
14.350
2
2
-
2
-
-
19,993
-
18.5
324
Humanites:
1967 -68 ....................................................$-
Increase - Augmentation:
1965-66 to - 1967-68
-
16,669
16.4
9,910
9,100
7,938
10,038
16.0 115.2
15.2
15.3
16.3
12,590
Social sciences - Sciences sociales:
1967-1968................................................$
Increase - Augmentation:
1965-66to-81967-68 ....................%
-
17,05313,087
10,351
10,050
8,507
-
16.513.8
16.9
26.3
16.3
-
18,04213,848
10,826
12,065
8,032
3,829
111,1755,121
15.9
Biologicalsciences - Sciences biologiques:
1967-68....................................................$
Increase - Augmentation:
1 9-6 6 tn - S 1087-85 -17.816.516.0
12,7642,986
13.815.6
Physical sciences - Sciences physiques:
1967-68 .................................................... $-17,088 113,05710,5099,7008,09811,8914,118
Increase - Augmentation:
1965-68 to- 81967-68 .................... %-15.515.217.218.614.519.9
See footnotes at end of table. - Voir renvois 8. Ia fin du tableau.
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
12
TABLE A. Median Salaries of Teachers in Universities and Colleges, by Rank, Sex, Field, Region and Size
of Institution, 1967-68 Showing Per Cent Increase over 1965-66 - Concluded
TABLEAU A. Traitements medians des professeurs d'université et de college, selon le rang, Ic sexe
le domaine, Ia region et l'importance de l'institution, 1967-68 et augmentation
procentuelle sur
Deans
1965-66
Associate
professors
Professors
Professeurs Professeurs
titulaires
agrégés
DOyens
- fin
Lecturers
and
instructors
I
Assistant Professors
professorsungraded
ProfesseursProfesseurs
adjointsnon classes
charges
de
cours
All
ranks
Number
reported
Tous
rangs
Nombre
déclaré
By region - Selon Ia region
Atlantic Provinces - Provinces AUanti-
ies:
1967-68......................................................$
17,575
15,07412
Increase - Augmentation:
1965-66 to - a1967-68........................
9,5356,6507,551
19,420.417. 12
10,0271,617
17.5
16.2
Québec:
16,84313.16410,420
I8.5838,384
1967-68 .....................................................$
20.088
Increase - Augmentation:
1965-66 to - a 1967 - 68 ...................... %
16.3
13.7 15.9 17. 5 17. 117.5
21,750
17,55613.09810,39012,0828,127
11.1963,468
17.0
Ontario:
1967.68 ...................................................... $
Increase - Augmentation:
1965-66 to -a 1967-68 ...................... ..
17.2 17.0 16.32
18.2
11,8446,368
14.8
16.6
Western Provinces - Provinces de I'Ouest:
1967-68......................................................$
17,61713,47710.39010,0888.133
21,675
Increase - Augmentation:
1965-66to-a1967-68 ...................... %
15.8 13.4
15.6
L
11,5964.925
13.7
13.4
13.8
By size of Institution - Selon l'lmportance de l'instltution
5,000 and over - et plus:
1967.68 ...................................................... $
22,500
Increase - Augmentation:
1965-66 to - I 1967'68, ....................%
18.8
13,300
10.545
15.8
14.5
15.6
17,6261
I
12,048
8.329
-
1
12,018
14.5
14.4
8.026
10,591
16.2
13.2
7.788
10.145
10,438
2,000- 4,999:
10.083
1967-68 .................................................... $
20.500
16.608
12,867
10,065
Increase - Augmentation:
1965-66 to - 1 1967-68 .......................
18.0
16.7
17.0
16.5
17,600
15,050
12,450
9,624
14.6
14.2
13.7
2
11.1
15.2
16.288
12.095
9,833
2
7.857
10,050
11.7
18.6
2
15.7
16.4
2
3,947
1,000.1,999:
1967-68.................................................... $
Increase - Augmentation:
1965-66 to -1967-68 .....................%
2
2
I
844
500-999:
1967-68...................................................... $
Increase - Augmentation:
1965-66 to - a 1967-68 .....................%
18.150
I
2
13.8
2
15,575
13.736
11,067
7,950
9,275
11,208
2
23.9
25.2
26.0
14.2
27.6
29.6
738
Under - Moms de 500:
1967-68 .................................................... $
Increase - Augmentation:
1965-66 to - a 1967-68 .....................%
411
l Data for men and women separately not collected in 1956 -57.- Les données distinctes pour les hommes et les femmes n'ontpasétérecueillies en 1956- 57,
1
Median not calculated: number less than 10, - Médiane non calculée: nombre inférieur a
so.
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
SUMMARY
SOM NI .- IRE
Salaries (Tables 1 - 17)
Traitements (tableaux 1 - 17)
13
Rank
Rang professoral
For tho 16703 university teachers with academic rank, reported as receiving salary at rates
applicable to lay personnel, the median salary in
1967-68 was $11,403, 14.9 p.c, higher than the
median for 1965- 66. For deans it was $20,714,
for professors $17,081, for associate professors
$12,998, for assistant professors $10,228, for
ungraded professors $10,425 and for lecturers and
instructors $7,990. The 1967-68 median for ungraded professors (a small and heterogeneous
group) was 28.5 p.c. higher than for 1965- 66. For
other ranks the increase ranged from 12.4 p.c. for
lecturers and instructors to 15.5 p.c. for deans.
(See Tables A and 1, and Chart 1.)
Le traitement median des 16,703 professeurs
d'université de rang professoral rémunCrCs au barème
laic a été de $11,403 en 1967-68 et dépassait de
14.9 p. 100 Ia mddiane de 1965-66. Il dtait de
$20,714 pour les doyens, de $17,081 pour les professeurs titulaires, de $12,998 pour les professeurs
agrégés, de $10,228 pour les professeurs adjoints,
de $10,425 pour les professeurs non classes et de
$7,990 pour les charges de cours. La médiane de
1967-68 pour les professeurs non classes (petit
groupe hétérogène) était de 28.5 p. 100 supCrieure a
ceile de 1965-66. L'augmentation des autres rangs
variait de 12.4 P. 100 pour les charges de cours a
15.5 P. 100 pour les doyens. (Voir tableaux A et 1,
et graphique 1.)
Sex
Sex e
For all ranks combined the median salary for
women was $2,495 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 I'ensemble des rangs professoraux, le
traitement median des femmes était inférieur de
$2,495 t celui des hommes. Les femmes se trouvaient
surtout aux rangs inférieurs, comme on le soulignera
plus loin, cc qui a baissé leur médiane; mais mëme
aux rangs supérieurs, le traitement median des femmes était en général moms élevé. L'égalitC de traitement était plus apparente aux rangs les plus élevés.
(Voir tableaux 1, 7- 11, 12, 17.)
Field
IJo maine
Those engaged primarily in faculty administration (all deans and 84 others were so classified)
had a median salary of $19,933, 17.5 p.c. above
that for 1965-66. Of the others, teachers in the
biological sciences (including medicine) had the
highest median salary —$12,764 followed by those
in the physical sciences —$11,891, the social
sciences —$11. 175, and the humanities —$10,038.
In these four teaching fields, percentage increases
ranged from 14.6 p.c. in the biological sciences
to 18.9 p.c. in the physical sciences. (See Tables
A, 1 and 12, and Chart 1.)
Les professeurs qui s'occupaient surtout de
l'administration des facultés (tous les doyens et 84
autres) ont touché un traitement median de $19,933
une augmentation de 17.5 P. 100 sur 1965-66. Chez
les autres, le plus haut traitement median a étê
celui des professeurs de sciences biologiques (y
compris la médecine), soit $12,764, venaient ensuite
celui des professeurs de sciences physiques,
$11,891, des sciences sociales, $11,175 et des
humanités, $10,038. Dans ces quatre domaines,
l'augmentation procentuelle allait de 14.6 dans les
sciences biologiques a 18.9 p. 100 dans les sciences
physiques. (Voir tableaux A, 1 et 12 et graphique 1.)
Religious Teachers
Professeurs re ligieux
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 325 such teachers show that
54 of them received no allowance. Median allowance for the other 271 was $8,429 ($8,060 for men,
for women; see footnote 6). The median of allowances reported in 1965-66 was $2,355, but this
figure is not comparable with the 1967-68 median
due to different institutions being included in the
two years and different methods of reporting the
allowances. (See Table 3.)
La rémunOration des professeurs religieux a eté
déclarée scion des fondements très varies. Certains
chiffres dtaient des estimations des depenses moyennes, d'autres donnaient le montant effectivement
payé et d'autres étaient un poste purement comptable.
Les donnCes sur 325 professeurs indiquent que 54
d'entre eux ne recevaient pas de rémunération. La
rémundration médiane des 271 autres était de $8,429
($8,060 pour les hommes, pour les femmes voir renvoi
6). En 1965-66, cette médiane était de $2,355 mats
cc chiffre n'est pas comparable a la médiane de
1967- 68 parce que des institutions différentes ont
été inclues pendant ces deux annCes et que des
méthodes différentes ont servi a declarer Ia rCmunération. (Voir tableau 3.)
14
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15
Historical Comparisons
Comparaisons chronologiques
The DBS publication "University Teachers'
Salaries, 1937- 1960," allows historical comparisons to be made of median salaries paid in 17
major institutions. The median for all ranks in
this group for 1967 - 68 was $12,063 ($1,813 higher
than for all personnel included in the present
report). (See Table 2 and Chart 2.)
La publication du B.F.S., "Traitements des professeurs d'université, 1937- 1960 11 permet de comparer chronolo giquement les traitements medians
dans 17 grandes institutions. La médiane de tous
les rangs professoraux de ce groupe, en 1967-68, a
été de $12,063 ($1,813 de plus que celle de tout le
personnel compris dans le present rapport. (Voir
tableau 2 et graphique 2.)
Region
R'gion
For 1965-66, median salaries of all staff
included from Western Provinces, Ontario, Quebec
and the Atlantic Provinces were $10,100, $10,000,
$9,400 and $8,500, respectively. The highest
median in 1967-68 was for Ontario ($11,844),
the Western Provinces at ($11,596), Quebec
($11. 196) and the Atlantic Povinces ($10,027).
Comparing the 1967-68 and 1965- 66 medians, the
increase for Quebec was 16.0 p.c., for Ontario,
15.5 p.c., for the Atlantic Provinces, 15.2 p.c.
and for the Western Provinces, 12.9 p.c. (See
Tables A, 4 and 13, and Chart 1.)
En 1965-66, les traitements medians de tout le
personnel (compris dans le present rapport) des provinces de l'Ouest, de l'Ontario,du Québec et des provinces Atlantiques étaient de $10,100, $10,000, $9,400
et $8,500 respectivement. La médiane Ia plus élevée
en 1967-68 était celle de I'Ontario ($11,844), légérement supérieure a celle des provinces de l'Ouest,
($11,596). La mediane du Québec a été de $11,196
et celle des provinces Atlantiques, de $10,027. Si
l'on compare les médianes de 1967-68 et de 196566, l'augmentation a été de 16.0 P. 100 au Québec,
pour l'Ontario, 15.5 P. 100, dans les provinces
Atlantique.s, 15.2 p. 100, dans les provinces de
l'Ouest, 12.9 p. 100. (Voir tableaux A, 4 et 13, et
graphique 1.)
Size of Institution
Importance de l'institution
Fourteen institutions in 1967- 68 had fulltime enrolments of over 5,000. The 2,000-4,999
category decreased in 1967-68 to 15 institutions
from 17 in 1965- 66, while 8 institutions with
1,000- 1,999 students were included in 1967-68
as compared with 7 in 1965-66. The number of
institutions with 500-999 students decreased from
16 to 14 from 1965- 66 to 1967-68 and 14 institutions in 1967-68 reported less than 500 students
as contrasted with 27 in 1965- 66.
En 1967-68, quatorze institutions comptaient
plus de 5.000 étudiants a. plein temps. Le nombre de
celles qui ont entre 2,000 et 4,999 étudiants est
passé de 17 a. 15 entre 1965- 66 et 1967-68, tandis
que 8 institutions ayant de 1,000 Li 1,999 étudiants
étaient comprises en 1967-68, contre 7 en 1965-66.
Le nombre d'institutions ayant de 500 a 999 étudiants
est passé de 16 a 14 de 1965-66 a. 1967-68; 14 ont
déclard avoir moms de 500 étudiants en 1967-68
contre 27 en 1965-66.
In 1965 - 66, the median for all staff combined
was highest for the 5,000 and over group ($12,018
in 1967 - 68). Next highest for 1967-68 was the
500 or less group ($11,208) followed by the 2,0004,999 category ($10,591). Next were institutions
with 1,000- 1,999 students ($10,145) and finally
institutions with 500 to 999 students ($10,050).
En 1965-66. Ia médiane de tout le personnel
réuni a été la plus élevCe dans les institutions de
5,000 étudiants et plus ($12,018 en 1967-68.)
Viennent ensuite celles de moms de 500 étudiants
($11,208), de 2.000-4,999 étudiants ($10,591) de
1,000- 1,999 étudiants ($10,145) et de 500-999
étudiants ($10,050).
Increases from 1965-66 to 1967-68 for all
ranks combined ranged from 12.2 p.c. for institutions with 2,000-4,999 students to 28.6 p.c. for
institutions with less than 500 students. (See
Tables A, 5 and 14, and Chart 1.)
Les hausses de 1965-66 a 1967-68 pour tous
les rangs professoraux réunis ont vane de 12.2 p.
100 pour les institutions de 2,000- 4,999 a. 28.6 P.
100 pour celles de moms de 500 étudiants. (Voir
tableaux A, 5, et 14 et graphique 1.)
Control of Institution
l)irection de I 'institution
Since the first survey 1956- 57, medians for
all staff combined, at independent and at state
institutions have been higher than the medians
for church-related institutions. This situation
again prevailed for 1967-68, the median for state
institutions ($11,836) being higher than that for
independent institutions ($11,535). The median
for church related institutions was ($10,188).
Depuis la premiere enquéte (en 1956- 57), les
médianes de tout Ic personnel réuni, dans les institutions indépendantes et les institutions d'etat, ont
été plus élevées que celles des institutions religieuses. La situation est demeurée la méme en
1967-68, Ia médiane des institutions d'etat ($11,836)
Ctant plus forte que celle des institutions indépendantes ($11,535). La médiane des institutions religleuses a été de ($10,188.)
,
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CHART —2
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
GRAPHIQUE-2
MEDIAN SALARIES OF TEACHERS AT 17 UNIVERSITIES BY RANK
1937-38 TO 1967-68
TRAITEMENTS MEDIANS DES PROFESSEURS DE 17 UNIVERSITS SELON LE RANG
I 937-38 A 1967-68 MEDIAN SALARY MEDIAN SALARY
TRAITEMENT MDIAN TRAITEMENT MOIAN
24,000i—
—124,000
LEGEND - LEGENDE
ALL RANKS -
22,000
Toys
RANGS
/
22,000
I/I
DEANS - DOVENS
PROFESSORS-PROFESSEURS TITULAIRES
20,000
ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS- PROFESSEURS AGR63S
/
/
/
- - - - - ASSISTANT PROFESSORS -PROFESSEURS ADJOINrS
LECTURERS AND INSTRUCTORS - CHAROES DE CO(JRS
18,000
20,000
/
/
18,000
/
ESTIMATE- ESTIMAIIF
/
/
16,000
,
.7
14,000
1
/
/
16,000
I,
4,000
I
.7
2,000
12,000
Z
8,000
:
6,000
1
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8,000
6,000
......... ...
4,000
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4,000
IN
2,000
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938-39 194d-41 942-43 1944-45 1946-47 1948-49 1950-51 195-53 1954-55 1956-57 1958-59 1960-61 962-63 1964-65 196647
ACADEMIC YEAR- ANNE IJNIVERSITAIRE
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TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
17
From 1965-66 to 1967-68, independent institutions showed the greatest increase (17.6
p.c.). Increases for church-related and state
institutions were 13.6 p.c. and 12.9 p.c., respectively. (See Tables 6 and 15 and Chart 1.)
De 1965-66 a. 1967-68, les institutions indépendarites ont marqu6 la plus forte augmentation
(17.6 P. 100). L'augmentation, dans le cas des institutions religieuses et des institutions d'etat, a été
de 13.6 p. 100 et de 12.9 P. 100 respectivement.
(Voir tableaux 6 et 15 et graphique 1.)
Faculty
Faculte
There is no unitormity 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 $15,068), followed
by faculties of medicine ($14,096), agriculture
($12,769) and law ($12,558). Other faculties for
which information is available with median salaries
over $12,000 include in descending order, engineering, pharmacy, education and commerce. Those
with medians below $12,000 were again in descending order, social work, architecture, theology,
arts and science, music, household science,
physical education, 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 les
traitements medians les plus élevés ont etC payCs,
suivant l'ordre dCcroissant, par les facultCs d'art
dentaire ($15,068), de mCdecine ($14,096), d'agriculture ($12769) et de drojt ($12,558). Les autres
facultés pour lesquelles les données soot connues
et oü les traitements medians dépassent $12,000,
étaient, dans le même ordre, tie genie, de pharmacie,
de pedagogie et de commerce. Les facultCs payant
un traitement median infCrieur a. $12,000 étaient,
dans le même ordre, de service social, d'architecture, de thCologie, des arts et sciences, de musique
des sciences domestiques, d'Cducation physique, de
sciences infirmiCres, de physiothérapie et d'ergothérapie.
Subject
Matière
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 humanitCs, sciences sociale.s,
sciences biologiques et sciences physiques en
sciences "pures" et ''appliquCes" et selon Ia
matière (sans tenir compte tie l'organisation en
facultés) permet d'autres comparaisons de traitements.
In the humanities, median salaries by subject
were in this order: fine arts $10,812; theology
$10,600; classical languages and literature
$10,567; philosophy $10,392; modern languages
and literature (including English and French)
$10,030; music $9,933; and fine and applied arts,
$9,584. (See Table 8.)
Dans les humanités, les traitements medians
par matiëre Ctaient les suivants: beaux-arts, $10,812;
théologie, $10,600; langues et littCrature classiques,
$10,567; philosophie, $10,392; langues et littCrature
modernes (y compris les langues et la littCrature
anglaises et françaises), $10,030; musique, $9,933;
et beaux-arts et arts industriels, $9,584. (Voir
tableau 8.)
In the social sciences, the order was as
follows: law, $12,300; education, $12,088; commerce and business administration, $11,733;
social work, $11,300; economics and political
science, $11,275; psychology, $11,239; geography,
$11,018; sociology, $10,819; history, $10,450;
household science, $9,875; physical education,
$9,712. (See Table 9.)
Dans les sciences sociales, l'ordre Ctait le
suivant: droit, $12,300; pCdagogie, $12,088; commerce et affaires, $11,733; service social, $11,300;
économio et sciences politiques, $11,275; psychologie, $11,239; gCographie, $11,018; sociologie et
anthropologie, $10,819; histoire, $10,450; sciences
mCnagères, $9,875; culture physique et hygiene,
$9,712. (Voir tableau 9.)
Median salaries in the biological sciences
were: dentistry, $15,060; medicine, $13,866;
agriculture, $12,850; pure biological science
(including botany and zoology), $12,289; pharmacy,
$12,016; nursing, $8,350; and physiotherapy and
occupational therapy, $8,150. (See Table 10.)
Les traitements medians dans les sciences
biologiques Ctaient les suivants: art dentaire $15,060;
mCdecine, $13,866; agriculture, $12,850; sciences
biologiques et sciences pures (dont Ia botanique et
Ia zoologie), $12,289; pharmacie, $12,016; soins infirmiers, $8,350; et physiothCrapie et ergothCrapie,
$8,150. (Voir tableau 10.)
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UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
In the physical sciences, mining engineering
led with a median salary of $13,800; followed by
civil engineering, $12,608; chemical engineering,
$12,550; geology, $12,288; mechanical engineering, $12,216; electrical engineering, $12,200;
chemistry, $12,044; physics, $12,005; architecture,
$12,000; mathematics, $11,034. (See Table 11.)
Dans les sciences physiques, le genie minier se
classe en tête avec un salaire median de $13,800; suivi
du genie civil, $12,608; du genie chimique, $12,550;
de la geologic, $12,288; du genie mécanique, $12,216;
du genie électrique, $12,200; de Ia chimie, $12,044;
de la physique $12,005; de l'architecture, $12,000;
des mathématiques, $11,034. (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, mais
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 une plus
grande proportion de personnel de rang élevé mieux
ré m un ér é.
Years Since Award of First Degree
Années depuis I'obtention du 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 $8,000. The
greater the number of years since that award, the
greater the median salary -up to the 40-44 years
group $17,020). (See Table 12, Chart 3.)
A litre d'indice des années d'enseignement, les
universités et colleges devaient declarer l'année
d'obtention du premier grade universitaire de chaque
professeur, ce qui a permis de calculer le nombre
d'années depuis ce premier grade. Le trajtement
median de ceux qui comptaient moms de 5 ans depuis
le premier grade était de $8,000. Plus le nombre
d'annCes depuis l'obtention du premier grade augmentaient plus le traitement median augmentait,
jusqu'au groupe de 40- 44 ans ($17,020). (Voir tableau 12, et graphique 3.)
For men only, the highest median in 1967-68
was for those 40- 44 years beyond the first degree
($17,266). The highest median for women was for
the 35-39 year group, it being $13,825. (See
Table 12 and Chart 3,)
Chez les hommes, Ia médiane la plus dlevée en
1967- 68 était celle du groupe de 40- 44 ans depuis
le premier grade ($17,266). Chez les femmes, c'était
celle du groupe de 35- 39 ans ($13,825). (Voir tableau
12 et graphique 3.)
Although the number of those engaged primarily in faculty administration who had received
their first degrees less than 20 years previously
rose from 62 out of a total of 297 in 1965-66 to
90 out of 324 in 1967-68 the proportion remained
small. Median salaries ranged from $19,600 for
those 20-24 years beyond that date to $21,250 for
those 35- 39 years beyond. In the humanities,
median salaries ranged from $7,573 for those less
than 5 years beyond the first degree to $15,500
for those 35-39 years beyond. Comparable figures
for the social sciences were $8,412 and $16,900
(40-44 years); for the biological sciences $7,650
and $17,600 (35- 39 years); and for the physical
sciences $8,084 and $16,500 (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 obtenu leur premier grade moms
de 20 ans auparavant ait augmenté de 62 sur un total
de 297 en 1965-66 a 90 sur 324 en 1967-68, la
proportion est restée négligeable. Les traitements
medians variaient de $19,600 pour ceux de 20-24 ans
a $21,250 pour le groupe de 35-39 ans. Dans les
humanités, us variaient de $7,573 pour le groupe de
moms de 5 ans depuis le premier grade 5. $15,500
pour ceux de 35- 39 ans. Voici les chiffres comparables des autres facultés: sciences sociales,
$8,412 et $16,900 ( 40- 44 ans); sciences biologiques,
$7,650 et $17,600 (35-39 ans); et sciences physiques, $8,084 et $16,500 (40-44 ans). Dans tous les
cas, les médianes des femmes étaient infCrieures a
celles des hommes. (Voir tableau 12.)
In the Atlantic Provinces the median salary
for those less than 5 years beyond the first degree
was $7,028 and the highest median, $14,516 was
for those 35- 39 years beyond that award. In
Quebec the range was from $8,166 to $17,025 (in
the 35-39 years group); in Ontario $8,014 to
$17,950 (40 - 44 years group); and the Western
Provinces $8,066 to $16,610 (in the 35-39 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 $7,028 et la plus haute
médiane, de $14,516 pour ceux de 35-39 ans depums
ce grade. Au Quebec, l'écart était de $8,166 a
$17,025 (pour le groupe de 35-39 ans); en Ontario,
il était de $8,014 a $17,950 (40-44 ans): et dans
les provinces de l'Ouest, de $8,066 a $16,610 (35-39
ans). (Voir tableau 13.)
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
19
rI'flI.JUL - 3
I3
MEDIAN SALARIES OF UNIVERSITY TEACHERS-BY YEARS
SINCE AWARDOF FIRST DEGREE, 1962-63 TO I967-68
TRAITEMENTS MEDIANS DES PROFESSEURS DUNIVERSITE-SELON LES ANNEES
DEPUIS LE PREMIER GRADE 1962-63 I967_68*
MEDIAN SALARY
MEDIAN SALARY
TRAITEMENT MDIAN
TRAITEMENT MEDIAN
- 18,000
8,000 -
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6,000
4,000 -
6,000
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-
4,000
-.- 12,000
-
8,000
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II
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IIIII
0-45-90-1415-1920-2425-2930-3435-3940-4445+
YEARS SINCE AWARD OF FIRST DEGREE
ANNEES DEPUIS LE PREMIER GRADE
OATA FROM TABLE 12 - DAPRS LE TABLEAU 12
Comparison by size of institution reveals
that in universities with enrolment over 5,000 the
range of median salaries was from $8,291 for those
less than 5 years beyond the first degree to
$17,550 for those 40-44 years beyond. The range
for institutions with 2,000- 4,999 students was
from $7,611 to $15825 (35-39 years group); for
those with 1,000- 1,999 students, $7,756 to
$14,775 (35-39 years group); 500-999 students
$7,587 to $14,550 (40-44 years group); and under
500 students $8,000 to $16,050 (30- 34 years
group). (See Table 14.)
La comparaison selon l'importance de l'institution rOvle que, dans celles de 5,000 étudiants et
plus, l'écart du traitement mdian allait de $8,291
pour les professeurs de moms de 5 ans depuis le
premier grade a $17,550 pour ceux de 40-44 ans.
Dans les institutions de 2,000 A 4,999 étucliants,
l'écart était de $7,611 a $15,825 (35 - 39 ans); dans
celles de 1,000 a 1,999 étudiants, de $7,756 a
$14,775 (20-24 ans); dans celtes de 500 a 999
étudiants, de $7,587 ' $14,550 (40 - 44 ans); et dans
celles de moms de 500 étudiants, de $8,000 a
$16,050 (30 - 34 ans). (Voir tableau 14.)
In institutions under state (provincial or
federal) control median salaries ranged from $8,067
for teachers less than 5 years beyond the first
degree to $18,075 (40-44 years beyond). For
church-related institutions the range was from
$7,500 to $15,550 (40-44 years beyond), and for
independent institutions it was from $8,082 to
$16,467 (40-44 years beyond). (See Table 15.)
Dans les institutions provinciales ou fédérales,
le traitement median variait de $8,067 pour les
professeurs de moms de 5 ans depuis le premier
grade a $18,075 (40 - 44 ans). Dans les institutions
religieuses, lécart allait de $7,500 a $15,550 (40-44
ans) et dans les institutions mndependantes, de
($8,082 a $16,467 (40-44 ans). (Voir tableau 15.)
Highest University Degree
Le plus hauL grade universitaire
The median salary of teachers with a Ph.D.
or equivalent degree ($12,739) was higher than the
median for those with a first professional degree
beyond the first baccalaureate (e.g. usually such
degrees as M.D., D.D.S., D.V.M., B.L.S., B.Ed.,
B.S.W.) -$12,057 and it in turn was higher than
that for those with a master's degree ($10,058)
and a first baccalaureate ($9,611). (See Table 16
and Chart 1.)
Le traitement median des professeurs qui détenaient un Ph.D. ou un grade equivalert ($12,739)
dépassait celui des professeurs qui détenaient un
premier grade professionnel supdrieur au premier
baccalauréat (D.M., D.D.S., D.V.M., B.Biblio.,
B.PCcI., B.S.S.) ($12,057). Ce dernier dépassait celui
des professeurs détenant une maitrise ($10,058) et
un premier baccalauréat ($9,611). (Voir tableau 16
et graphique 1.)
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UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
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 $10,760 for the
0-4 years group to $18,116 for those 25- 29 years
beyond the Ph.D. or equivalent degree. Ranges
for other degrees were: masters —$8,937 (0-4) to
$15,867 (30- 34); first professional degree beyond
the first baccalaureate —$8,516 (0 - 4) to $17,062
(25- 29); and first baccalaureate —$7,562 (0-4) to
$14,225(35-39). (See Table 16A and Chart 4.)
Une autre facon 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, l'écart allah de $10,760 pour le groupe
de 0-4 ans a $18,116 pour celui des 25-29 ans
aprCs l'obtentiondudoctorat ou d'un grade equivalent.
Voici les écarts des autres grades: maitrise, $8,937
(0 - 4) a $15,867 (30- 34); premier grade professionnel
après le premier baccalauréat, $8,516 (0 - 4) a $17,062
(25 - 29); et premier baccalauréat. $7,562 (0-4) a
$14, 225 (35-39). (Voir tahleau 16A et graphique 4.)
The median salary for men with a Ph.D. degree
was $12,979, and that for women $11,054. For
those with a master's degree the medians were
$10245 for men and $9259 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 PhD. a été de $12,979 chez les hommes et de
$11,054 chez les feinmes. Pour ceux qui avaient une
maltrise, les médianes ont été de $10,245 et de
$9,259. Les médianes pour les hommes étaient plus
élevées que celles des femmes dans chacun des
autres groupes de grade. (Voir tableaux 16A et 17.)
rge (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'age median du personnel des diverses catégories n'a guère change depuis le rapport de 195657. La médiane n'ayant pas monte, comme il serait
normal si peu de professeurs s'ajoutaient au personnel, il s'ensuit que le grofessorat s'enrichit d'un
grand nombre de jeunes professeurs. C'est ce que
révéle l'examen des données des récentes annCes.
The median age of the 16,703 lay and religious
teachers in the 65 universities and colleges
reporting was 38 years (in 1965-66 it was 38
years). Of those for whom data on age were given,
2.0 p.c. were under 25 (2.2 p.c. in 1965- 66) and
1.2 p.c. were at age 65 or over (1.4 p.c. in 196566). Those 55 years and over, most of whom might
be expected to retire within 10 years, equalled
8.5 p.c. (10.2 p.c. in 1965-66). Those engaged
in faculty administration (almost all of them deans)
had a median age of 50 years; in the humanities,
37; in the social sciences, 36; in the biological
sciences, 40; and in the physical sciences, 36
years. (See Table 18).
L'age median des 16,703 professeurs laics et
religieux des 65 universites et colleges déclarants
était de 38 ans (38 ans en 1965-66). Parmi ceux
dont les données sur l'.ge sont connues, 2.0 p. 100
avaient moms de 25 ans (2.2 p. 100 en 1965- 66) et
1.2 P. 100 avaient 65 ans et plus (1.4 p. 100 en 196566). Ceux de 55 ans et plus, dont la plupart prendront sans doute leur retraite d'ici 10 ans, représentaient 8.5 P. 100 (10.2 P. 100 en 1965 - 66).
L'âge tnédian des administrateurs de facultés (la
plupart doyens) était de 50 ans; dans les humanités,
de 37 ans; dans les sciences sociales, de 36 ans;
dans les sciences biologiques, de 40 ans; et dans les
sciences physiques, de 36 ans. (Voir tableau 18.)
The median age of teachers with a doctorate
was 38 years; a master's degree, 35 years; a first
professional degree beyond a first baccalaureate,
38 years; a first baccalaureate, 35 years; and no
university degree 40 years. (See Table 19.)
L'age moyen des professeurs détenant un
doctorat etait de 38 ans; une maitrise, 35 ans; un
premier grade professionnel au-delä du premier baccalauréat, 38 ans; un premier baccalauréat, 35 ans;
et aucun grade universitaire, 40 ans. (Voir tableau
19.)
Comparison of the age distributions of those
teaching various subjects reveals that the median
age of teachers of fine arts, music, theology,
education, social work, agriculture, dentistry,
medicine, physiotherapy and occupational therapy,
and mining engineering was 2 or more years above
the median age for all teachers; while it was 2 or
more years below for teachers of political science,
law, physical and health education, and mathematics. (See Tables 20- 23.)
La comparaison de l'age des professeurs selon
les matières enseignées révèle que l'age median des
professeurs de beaux-arts, de musique, de théologie, de pédagogie, de service social, d'agriculture
d'art dentaire, de médecirie, de physiothérapie et
d'ergothérapie, et de genie minier était de 2 ans ou
plus au-dessus de l'age median de tous les professeurs, tandis qu'il dtait de 2 ans ou plus en-dessous
dans le cas des professeurs de sciences politiques,
de droit, d'éducation physique et d'hygiène, et de
mathématiques. (Voir tableaux 20- 23.)
TRAITEMENTS FT QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
UHARI -4
21
rSMrrlRJut - 'f
MEDIAN SALARIES OF UNIVERSITY TEACHERS-BY YEARS
SINCE AWARD OF HIGHEST EARNED DEGREE, I967-68
/
-
TRAITEMENTS MEDIANS DES PROFESSEURS DUNIVERSIT-SELON LES ANNEES
DEPUIS LE PLUS HAUT GRADE UNIVERSITAIRE ACQUIS, 1967_68* MEDIAN SALARY
MEDIAN SALARY TRAITEMENT MDIAN
TRAITEMENT MDI4N 19,000
19.000r-
7,000 -
- 17,000
__--.
15,000 -
- 15,000
...
,,...........
-..-..--..-..-..-..-..-
13,000 -
3,000
----- DOCTORATE-DOCTORAT
I 1,000
-
WASTERS OEE -MAITRISE ,-
9,000 -
FIRST PROFESSIONAL DEGREE
BEYOND FIRST BACCALAUREATE
..-•..•
PREMIER GRADE PROF€SSIONL J D€L DO PREMIER BACCALA1JRAT
- 11,000
-
9,000
- .. - .. - FIRST BAcCALAUREATE -PREMIER BACCALAURAT
- 7,000
7,000 - 0
I1 I
I
I
I
I
0
0-45-910-1415-1920-2425-2930-3435-3940-4445+
YEARS SINCE AWARD OF HIGHEST EARNED DEGREE
ANNES DERJIS LE PLUS HAUT GRADE UNIVERSITAIRE ACQUIS
*DATA FROM TABLE 16A -DAPRESLE TABLEAU IRA
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF UNIVERSITY TEACHERS BY RANK AND SEX,
1963-64 TO I96768UIE
REPARTITION PROCENTUELLE DES PROFESSEURS DUNIVERSITE SUIVANT LE RANG El LI SEXE,
1963-64 A 1967_68*
RANK-RANG MEN -HOMMES I IIIIII I
WOMEN- FEMMES
I I
I I I I
DEANS
DOTENS
PROFESSORS
PROFE SSE U P S
ASSOCIATE
P NO F C S SOP S
P RO F E S 5 CURS
ASS I SlANT
PROFESSORS
PROFESSEIJRS
AD JOINTS
PROFESSORS,
UNGRADED
P RU F E SS EU
NON CLASSES
INSTRUCTORS
AND LECTURERS
CI1ARGS GE COURS
IIIIIIIIII
45 40 35 30 25 20 151050
05
PERCENTAGE -POURCENTAGE
* DATA FROM TABLES I AND 2.- DAPRS LES TABLEAUX I ET 2
10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45
22
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
Years Since '%ward of First Degree (Table 24)
.%nntes depuis I'obtention du premier grade
For the 16703 teachers in all 65 institutions
the median passage of time since award of the
first degree was 13 years (compared with 14 years
in 1965-66). For deans (1965 - 66 medians in
parenthesis) it was 28 (28), for professors 24 (25).
associate professors 16 (16), assistant professors
10 (10), ungraded professors 12 (12), and lecturers
and instructors 6 M.
Pour les 16,703 professeurs des 65 institutions,
le nombre mdian cl'années depuis le premier grade
était de 13 ans (14 ans en 1965-66); pour les doyens,
ii était de 28 (28); pour les professeurs titulaires,
24 (25) pour les professeurs agrégés, 16 (16); pour
les professeurs adjoints, 10 (10); pour lesprofesseurs
non classes, 12 (12); et pour les charges de cours,
6 (6).
Comparison by field shows that, on the
average, those engaged in faculty administration
had obtained the first university degree 26 years
earlier. In the humanities the median was 13, in
the social sciences 12, in the biological sciences
15, and in the physical sciences 13, (See Table
24.)
La comparaison par domaine indique que, en
moyenne, les administrateurs de faculté avaient
obtenu leur premier grade universitaire 26 ans auparavant. Dans les humanités, la médiane était de 13;
dans les sciences sociales, 12; dans les sciences
biologiques, 15; et dans les sciences ph.ysiques, 13.
(Voir tableau 24.)
Distribution of tniversity Teachers by Rank,
Sex and Field
Repartition des professeurs selon le rang, le grade,
Ic sexe et le domaine
(tableau 24)
Rank
Rang prolessoral
Of the 16,132 teachers (excluding deans and
ungraded professors) reported in the four main
teaching categories, 18.4 P.C. were "full" professors, 25.2 P.C. associate professors, 37 P.C.
assistant professors, and 19.4 P.C. instructors and
lecturers. The percentages in 1965-66 were 19,
25, 35, and 21. (See Table 18.)
Sur les 16,132 professeurs (. l'exclusion des
doyens et des professeurs non classes) déclarés
dans les quatre rangs principaux, 18.4 p. 100 étaient
titulaires, 25.2 p. 100 agregds, 37 p. 100 adjoints et
19.4 p. 100 charges de cours. Les pourcentages en
1965-66 étaient de 19, 25, 35 et 21. (Voir tableau
18.)
Degree
Grade
By highest earned university degree, 16.305
teachers (excluding 398 for whom no information
was reported) were distributed as follows: doctorate 48.0 p.c., master's degree 32.5 p.c., first
professional degree beyond the first baccalaureate
7.2 p.c., baccalaureate 10.2 p.c., and no university
degree 1.9 P.C. In 1965-66 the percentages were
44.8, 34.9, 6.7, 12.2 and 1.4. (See Table 19 and
Chart 6.)
Voici la repartition procentuelle des 16,305
professeurs (a l'exclusion de 398 pour lesquels aucun
renseignement n'a été recu) selon le plus haul grade
universitaire: doctorat, 48.0, maltrise, 32.5, premier
grade professionnel au-delà du premier baccalaureat,
7.2, baccalaurêat, 10.2, et aucun grade universitaire,
1.9. En 1965- 66, les pourcentages étaient 44.8.
34.9, 6.7, 12.2 et 1.4. (Voir tableau 19 et graphique
6.)
Sex
Sex e
Of the total of 16,703 full-time teachers
reported in 1967-68, men numbered 14,469 (86.6
p.c.) and women 2,234 (13.4 p.c.). In 1965-66 the
percentages were 87.3 and 12.7.
Les 16,703 professeurs a plein temps déclarés
en 1967-68 comprenaient 14,469 (86.6 P. 100)
hommes et 2,234 (13.4 p. 100) femmes. En 1965 - 66,
les pourcentages étaient 87.3 et 12.7.
Of the men; 1.7 P.C. were deans; of the women,
0.5 P.C. The proportions in the other ranks were:
professor, 19.7 P.C. of the men and 5.0 P.C. of the
women: associate professor, 25.9 P.C. and 14.2
p.c.; assistant professor, 35.9 P.C. and 35.8 p.c.;
ungraded professors, 1.9 P.C. and 0.8 p.c.; and
lecturer or instructor, 14.9 P.C. and 43.7 P.C. (See
Tables 1 and 3, and Chart 5.)
Chez les hommes, 1.7 P. 100 étaient doyens, et
chez les femmes, 0.5 P. 100. Les proportions des
autres rangs étaient les suivantes: professeurs titulaires, 19.7 p. 100 des hommes et 5.0 P. 100 des
femmes; professeurs agrégés, 25.9 et 14.2 P. 100;
professeurs adjoints, 35.9 et 35.8 P. 100; professeurs
non classes, 1.9 et 0.8 p. 100 et charges de cours,
14.9 et 43.7 P. 100. (Voir tableaux 1 et 3 et graphique 5.)
The proportions of the 13,853 men and the
2,128 women paid on a basis applicable to lay
personnel, holding the various university degrees
Voici les pourcentages des 13,853 hommes et
2,128 femmes rémunérCs a l'échelle laique, selon les
divers grades universitaires (a l'exclusion de 334
TRAITF.MENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES 23
GRPHIQUE-€
CHART — A
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF UNIVERSITY TEACHERS
BY HIGHEST EARNED DEGREE, 1967_1968*
REPARTITION PROCENTUELLE DES PROFESSEURS DUNIVERSITE
SUIVANT LE PLUS HAUT GRADE UNIVERSITAIRE ACQUIS, 1967_1968*
ALL RANKS-TOUS RANGS
FIRST BACCALAUREATE
PREMIER BACCALAUR AT
BEYOND THE FIRST BACCALAUREATE 10)o
PREMIER GRADE PR0FE551O1,
,
__!OURIVERSITY DEGREE 19%
AS DE GRADE UNIVERSITAIRE I 9%
72%
DOCTORATE
MASTERS DEGREE DOCTORAT
3' 5%
PROFESSORS
PROFESSEURS TITULAIRES
DEANS
DOYENS
4
4
I
/\ i
I
¶• •&
j
Z.
ASSOCIATE_PROFESSORS
PROFESSEURS AGRGS
PROFESSORS, UNGRADED
PROFESSEURS NON CLASSS
f
3
ASSISTANT PROFESSORS
PROFESSEURSADJOINTS
INSTRUCTORS AND LECTURERS
CHARGS DE COUPS
*DATA FROM TABLE 19. —DAPRES LE TABLEAU 19
EXCLUDES STAFF FOR WHOM NO INFORMATION WAS REPORTED—SANS LE PERSONNEL AU SUJET DUQUEL IL NY A P45 EU DE RAPPORT.
24
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
(excluding 344 men and 53 women for whom no
information on degrees was reported) was as
follows: doctorate 51.7 P.C. of the men and 24.6
P.C. of the women; master's degree, 30.6 P.C.
and 43.4 p.c.: first professional degree beyond
the first baccalaureate, 7.3 P.C. and 6.6 p.c.; first
baccalaureate, 9.0 P.C. and 18.8 p.c.; no university degree, 1.4 P.C. and 6.6 P.C. (See Table 17.)
hommes et de 53 femmes dont les données relatives
aux grades ne sont pas disponibles): doctorat,
51.7 P. 100 des hommes et 24.6 P. 100 des femmes;
maftrise, 30.6 et 43.6 P. 100; premier grade professionnel au-deli du premier baccalauréat, 7.3 et 6.6
p. 100; premier baccalauréat, 9.0 et 18.8 P. 100;
aucun grade universitaire, 1.4 et 6.6 P. 100. (Voir
tableau 17.)
Field
Domaine
Division of the 16,703 teachers by field was
as follows for 1967-68 (1965- 66 percentages
shown in parentheses): faculty administration 2.3
P.C. (2.7 p.c.), humanities 24.1 P.C. (24.7 p.c.),
social sciences 31.0 P.C. (29.0 p.c.) biological
sciences 18.0 P.C. (17.1 p.c.), and physical
sciences 24.6 P.C. (26.5 p.c.). (See Table 18.)
Voici Ia repartition procentuelle des 16,703
professeurs en 1967- 68, selon le doinaine: administration de facultC, 2.3 (2.7 en 1965- 66); humanités, 24.1 (24.7); sciences sociales, 31.0 (29.0);
sciences biologiques, 18.0 (17.1); et sciences
physiques, 24.6 (26.5). (Voir tableau 18.)
Teacher-student Ratio (Table 25)
Rapport professeurs étudiant,s (tableau 25)
Estimated total enrolment of full-time undergraduate and graduate students, 1967-68 in the
65 institutions on which this report is based was
241,506. If this figure is compared with that of
the 16,378 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 1:14.7 (1: 14.5 in 1965-66). Region variations
were between 1: 12.2 in Ontario and 1: 19.5 in
Quebec.
Le nombre total d'étudiants sous-diplOmés et
diplomés a plein temps dans les 65 institutions
observées ici était d'environ 241,506 en 1967- 68.
Si l'on compare ce chiffre aux 16,378 personnes a
plein temps qui ont au moms le rang de charges de
cours, ii semble que pour l'ensemble des institutions
observ6es 3 il y avail un professeur pour 1: 14.5
étudiants (1: 14.7 en 1965- 66). La proportion variait
de 1: 12.2 en Ontario a 1: 19.5 au Québec.
As it is known that a certain number 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 sait qu'un certain nombre de professeurs a plein temps de rang inférieur a celui de
chargé 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 plein temps
dans toutes les institutions canadiennes.
Highest Earned University Degree (Table 26)
Plus haut grade universitaire obtenu (tableau 26)
Of the total of 16,703 persons included in
this survey for whom information on degrees was
reported, 48.0 P.C. had a doctorate (46.0 P.C. in
1965- 66). The percentages of doctorates held by
all staff ranged from 51.9 P.C. in Ontario and 44.4
P.C. in the Western Provinces to 34.4 P.C. in
Quebec and 34.9 P.C. in the Atlantic Provinces,
Sur les 16,703 professeurs observes, 48.0 P. 100
avaient un doctorat (46.0 P. 100 en 1965- 66). Les
pourcentages de doctorats détenus par tout le personnel variaient de 51.9 en Ontario et 44.4 dans les
provinces de l'Ouest a 34.4 p. 100 au Québec et
34.9 dans les provinces Atlantiques.
About 40 P.C. of the staff reported with
doctorates (38.4 p.c.) or master's degrees (41.6
p.c.) earned them in the five-year period from
1963 to 1967. 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 16 A.)
Environ 40 p. 100 du personnel ayant un doctorat
(38.4 p. 100) ou une maitrise (41.6 P. 100) les ont
obtenus dans une période de cinq ans, soit de 196367. Bien que Ia majorité d'entre eux fussent de
nouvelles recrues a l'enseignement durant les cinq
années, les autres comprenaient des professeurs
plus ages qui ont répondu aux exigences en vue d'un
grade supérieur soit a la faveur d'un congé ou pendant qu'ils enseignaient. (Voir tableau 16A.)
STATISTICAL TABLES
TABLEAUX STATISTIQUES
26
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
TABLE 1. Salaries of University Teachers, by Rank. Field, Sex and Size of Institution,
1967- 68Y
Deans 3
Salary range
Echelle detraitement Doyens3
M
Professors
Professeurs titulalres4
JTFT
F
Associate professors
Professeurs agrégés
MIFIT
All fields - Tous donialnes
1$30,000 and over - et plus .......................................7
229,000- $29,999 .........................................................3
328,000-28,999 .........................................................4
427,000- 27.999 .........................................................3
526,000- 26,999 .........................................................2
25,000-25,999......................................................... 14
6
24,000-24,999.......................................................... 19
7
23,000-23,999.......................................................... 25
8
22,000-22,999.........................................................
9
21
21,000- 21,999.......................................................... 27
10
20,000- 20,999.......................................................... 31
11
12i 19,000- 19,999.........................................................
23
18,00018,999.........................................................
13
17
17,000- 17,999.........................................................
14
11
16,000-16,999........................................................8
15
16
15,000-15.999........................................................
11
14,000-14,999........................................................
17
5
18
13,000- 13,999.........................................................
3
12,000- 12,999........................................................ .19
20
11,000- 11,999........................................................
10.000- 10,999........................................................21
22
9,000 - 9.999........................................................8,0 00 - 8,999........................................................23
7,000- 7,999........................................................24
6,000 - 6.999........................................................25
26
Under - Momsde$6,000................. ....................... -
Mediansalary by size of institution - Traitementmédian suivantla taille de l'lnstitution:
29
5,000 and over - et plus.................................. 1
30
2,000-4,999.................................................... $
1,000-1,999..................................... ............... $
31
500-999.................... ................. ............... $
32
33
Under - Moms de 500...................................... $
22, 088
20,525
17,900
18. 450
17
1
6
13
24
8
42
66
110
219
227
356
483
550
452
153
25
16
4
'1
9
6
14
19
25
27
27
31
24
19
14
9
13
6
3
-
1
2
3
1
2
1
-
-
-
-
10250
-
17
-
-
-
-
6
13
-
-
-
4
'
-
1
-
1
4
5
11
21
27
25
9
5
-
1
-
1
-
24
-
2
3
2
5
3
14
9
27
48
132
335
582
921
1,049
487
48
7
2
2
1
1
-
8
42
66
111
223
232
367
504
577
477
162
30
16
5
7
9
6
2
1
-
1
1
3
17
41
83
97
57
8
1
2
3
2
5
3
14
9
28
49
135
352
623
1,004
1,146
544
56
8
2
2
1
1
2,800
110
2,910
3,681
309
3,990
17,50020,71417.113
16,167
17,081
13,034
12,712
12,998
16,550
16,000
17,526
16,508
15,000
16,088
15,425
13,257
12,838
12,428
12,275
13,625
12,971
12,250
11,825
11,100
13,300
13.201
12,758
12,350
11,995
13,636
27 Number reported - Nombre d6clar6 ........................240
28 Median salary - Traitement median ....................$ 20,979
7
3
4
3
-
22,063
20, 500
17.100
6
18.150
6
6
6
6
6
17,576
16,520
14,900
16,088
15,750
6
6
Faculty admiulatraLton - Adminlslzation de Is laculté'
34 $30,000 andover- etplus.......................................7
29,000-$29,999 .........................................................3
35
28,000-28,999.........................................................4
36
27,000- 27,999.......................................................... 3
37
26,000 -26,999........................................................... 2
38
39
25.000- 25,999........................................................
14
.
24,000- 24.999.........................................................19
40
23,000-23,999........................................................25
41
22,000-22,999........................................................27
42
21,000-21.999........................................................27
43
20,000-20,999.........................................................31
44
19.000- 19.999.........................................................23
45
18,000- 18,999.........................................................17
46
17,000- 17,999.........................................................11
47
16.000- 16,999........................................................8
48
49 15,000-15.999........................................................11
50
14.000-14.999 ........................................................5
13,000- 13,999.........................................................
51
3
12,000- 12,999.........................................................52
11,000 -11,999........................................................
53
54 10,0 00-10,999........................................................
9.000 -9,999........................................................
55
8.000 -8.999........................................................ .
56
57
7,000 -7.999........................................................58
6. 000-6,999.........................................................59 Under - Moms de $6,000 .........................................-
7
3
4
3
2
14
19
25
27
27
31
-
2 - 2
- -.
2 - 2
- - - - -
- - - - - -
-
- - - - - - 2 - 2
1 - 1
- - - - -.
-
-
- - - -
-
3 - 3
6 - 6
516
7-.7
718
213
213
24
1
2
3
1
2
1
19
14
9
13
6
3
-
-
-
-
- - - - - - I - -II- - - - - - - - - - -
60 Number reported
-
Nombre déclaré ....................$ 240
10
250
39443
61
Median salary
Traitement median ....................$20,979
17,500
20,714
18,400617,900
62
63
64
65
66
Median salary by size of institution - Traitement median suivant Ia taille de i'institution:
5,000 and over - et plus..................................$ 22,088
2,000-4.999....................................................$20,525
1,000-1,999....................................................$ 17,900
500-999....................................................$ 18,450
Under - Moms de500...................................... $6
6
22,063
20,500
17,100
18,150
19,050•18,500
17,900617,650
-
Notes follow the last table.
6
6
6
6
6
6
- 6
- - - -
2 41
2 42
341
2
5
2
6
3
5
- - - - - - -
-
24
204
14,5006
6
6
6
6
6
14.350
6
-
- 6
-
14, 400
6
6
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
27
TABLEAU I. Traitements des prolesseurs d'université, selon le rang, le domaine, le sexe,
et l'importance de I'institution, 1967-68
-
-
-
Assistant professors
Pr)fssors, ungraded 5
Lecturers and instructors
Professeurs adjoints
Professeurs, non classes5
Charg8s de cours
M
F
Mj
T
M
T
F
All fields
---
8
4
14
11
19
--------4
35
64
106
314
1,055
2
6
4
39
117
8
4
18
11
19
37
70
110
353
1,172
1,769
1,425
243
23
1
3
251
300
51
4
2
1
2,020
1,725
294
27
3
4
--2
4
2
---
---
--2
4
1
--
2
1
7
5
5
24
10
15
38
16
37
17
26
28
20
7
2
----1
---
1
--1
--
1
1
2
1
7
5
5
1
1
1
-1
25
11
16
38
17
2
1
3
2
2
2
39
18
29
30
22
9
F
- Tous domaines
------
Total
T
---------
1
2
3
12
9
17
39
39
128
390
743
549
161
21
M
------
----1
4
24
9
9
15
43
30
69
102
143
1
41
242
93
94
155
436
307
698
103
9
14410
4
6
18
25
31
1
2
2
2
6
17
91
280
379
138
36
1
2
3
13
11
19
41
45
274
264
422
560
717
869
823
1,087
1,456
1,601
48
60
95
138
182
27811
27012
440
13
14
585
748
15
917
16
883
17
1,182
18
1,594
19
1.783 20
145
481
1,023
928
299
57
1.989
1,848
1,020
603
184
32
278
393
334
386
142
39
2,267 21
2,241
22
1,35423
98924
326 25
7126
i
5,102
781
5,883
260
17
277
2,114
954
3,068
14,197
2,181
16,378
10,279
9,950
10,228
10,650
8,650
10,425
8,288
7,448
7,990
11,777
9,282
11,40328
10,480
9,972
9,678
9.820
11.125
10.033
9.906
9.025
9,133
9.910
10.445
9,957
9,621
9,733
10,900
11.911
9,917
10,250
11,848
9,917
8.463
7,990
7,901
7,946
9,400
7,478
7,240
7,200
8.663
6
6
6
6
7,863
6
7.850
FruItv administration'
--------
6
---------
6
6
6
-
----------
-
-
---------
---------
--------
-
-
-
--
--
--
Lea notes sont donnees après le dernier tableau.
-
-
7,926
7,688
7,757
9,150
- Admni,6trtJon de Is Iacnit'
---------------
-
6
6
6
-
6
-
-
10,884
10,365
10,258
11,150
---------
6
---
------1
9
3
6
3
2
14
19
25
29
281
34
29
22
20
19
3
3
3
3
15
11
7
4
2
-41
-
_
_'
-3029
9,989
10.045
9,950
10.017
31
32
33
9
3
6
3
2
34
35
36
37
38
14
19
25
29
28
39
40
41
42
43
34
29
25
23
22
18
15
7
5
2
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
_
54
55
56
57
58
59
305
19
324
60
20,175
15,600
19,993
61
21.725
17,525
21,250
19,050
15200
17:850
15.650
62
63
64
65
66
2
6
-
8,978
8,050
7,991
10,100
27
19, 100
15250
18150
e
6
6
6
6
28
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
TABLE 1. Salaries of tiniversity Teachers, by Rank, Field, Sex, and Sixe of Institution,
1967 - 68' - Continued
Deans 3
Professors
Salary range
Echelle de traitement
No.
M
T
I$30,000 and over - et plus ......................................
229.000-S29,99 ........................................................
328,000-28.999 ........................................................
427,000-27,999 ........................................................
526,000-26.999 ........................................................
625.000 .25,999 .- .............................................
724.000.24.999 ........................................................
823,000- 23,999 ,_ ....................................................
922,000- 22.999 ........................................................
10i21.000-21,999 ........................................................
11I20,000-20,999 ........................................................
1219,000-19,999 ........................................................
1318,000- 18,999 ........................................................
1417.000. 17,999 ........................................................
1516,000- 16,999 ........................................................
16I15.000- 15,999 ........................................................
1714.000-14,999 ........................................................
1813,000. 13,999 .......................................................
1912,000 -12,999 .................................... ...................
2011,000- 11,999 ........................................................
58
81
98
Humanités'
4
7'
7
1
11
6
1
-
1
1
-
4
-
2
1
-
1
28 Median salary - Traitement mdian ....................$
-
-
I
17,290 116,088
16.350
14,550 1 6
16,2506
Social sciences'
34$30,000 and over - et plus ......................................
3529,000- $29,999 ........................................................
3628,000-28,999 ........................................................
3727,000-27,999 ........................................................
3826,000-26,999 ........................................................
2
2
3925,000- 25,999 ........................................................
4024,000- 24.999 ........................................................
4123,000- 23,999 ........................................................
4222.000- 22,999 ........................................................
4321,000-21,999 ........................................................
8
17
17
-
61Median salary - Traitement mdlan ....................$
Median salary by aize of institution - Traitement
median suivant Ia tai.11e de l'mnstltution:
625,000 and over - et plus ..................................$
632,000-4.999 . .................................................... $
641,000-1,999 ......................................................$
65500-999 ......................................................$
66Under- Moinsde 500 ........... - ...........................$
Notes follow the last table.
5
5
10
10
34 236
83 689
162 21183
202 30232
130
23153
22
224
I I
94
51
5
8
2
1
4
2
2
17,241
16,302
14,550
16,300
13,01712,82513,011
12,59612 01712,550
12,050112,000
12,038612.010
11,150611,400
Sciences socil Lies'
2-2-5 1 18--1
17--
60
4
63
94 3
131 7
13
166
141 9
32
2
2
64 164 197 71381317940 2
7
13
42
1509710
3418423
921137
130738
115417
107
207
308
345
171
1133
2 3-
16
3
41
1,092130
1,222
16,550
17,05313,08813,100
13,087
---17,47916.650
---16,58816
-.--1540016
---1665016
---18,0506
17,43313,30013,115
16,55013. 00013, 050
15.4001 12,2836
16,633I 12,5506
19.850 15,0506
13.255
13,000
12,233
12.075
14.988
5410,000- 10,999 ........................................................
559,000-9,999 ........................................................
568,000-8.999 ........................................................
577,000-7,999 ........................................................
586,000-6,999 ........................................................
59Under - Moms de $6,000 .......................................
60 Number reported - Nome d8clar6..........................
62
88
105!
47441515
649
85734
12,642
12,43012,590
16,73015,82516.669
27 Number reported - Nombre dêclaré..........................
4915,000-15,999 ........................................................
5014,000-14,999........................................................
5113,000- 13,999 ........................................................
5212,000-12,999 ........................................................
5311,000-11,999 ........................................................
-
83
45
4
8
1
2110,000-10,999 ........................................................
229,000-9,999 ........................................................
238,000-8.999 ........................................................
247,000-7,999 ........................................................
256,000-6,999 ........................................................
26Under - Moms de $6,000 ........................................
4420,000-20,999 ........................................................
4519,000-19.999 ........................................................
4618,000-18,999 ... ..............................................
4717,000- 17,999 ........................................................
4816,000-16,999 ........................................................
Professeurs agTeges
T
humanities'
Median salary by size of institution - Traitement
mdian suivant la tsille de l'institutlon:
295,000 and over - et plus ..................................$
302,000- 4,999 ......................................................$
311.000-1,999 ......................................................$
32 1500-999 ......................................................$
33Under - Moms de 500........................................$
Associate professors
Professeurs titulaires
752
17,072
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
29
TABLEAU 1. Traitements des protesseurs d'universités, selon Ic rang, le domaine, le sexe.
CL I'importance de l'institution, 1967 - 681,2 - suite
Professeurs non casss 5
Professeurs adjoints
MI
M
FIT
I
F7
T
F
M
Humanities'
-
T
IN
Humanités'
7
T
--
Total
Charg8sde cot TS
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
3
2
8
35
191
3
3
1
6
7
423
77
346
107
586
479
16
107
91
8
62
-11
10
8
8
8
12
3
-
7
32
1,1242421,366
71
9,950I9.8649,910
9.100
10,088
9,746
9,378
9542
I
10,067 I
9,579
6
9217
10,085
9,724
9,365
9,480
9,700
11,050
10,050
3
3
2
6
7
-
1
-
10
9
9
8
13
3
-
1
1
-
1
-
6
SOC I
d
2
24
123
161
56
20
19396
127594
434412
402256
11572
3013
1
2
7
-
-
28
36
65
93
115
11
12
13
14
15
13i
12
23
37
57
137
145
199
283
361
16
17
18
19
20
477
727
552
420
130
33
21
22
23
24
25
26
81
133
140
164
58
20
752
387
1, 1393,070
759
3.829
27
8,060
7,574
7 93810.327
8,950
10,038
28
8.3357,833
8,0187,574
7,6337,225
8,0567,650
8,0506
13311,001
7679,880
5089,575
0169,584
9,029
10,850
10,0 -0
sciences
Sciences soclales
10,538
9,375
8,350
9,579
7,650
9,305
I8,3509,456
9,2509,200
J
2
2
4
11
19
32
118
373
605
471
83
11
1
1
-
2
3
18
62
93
107
14
2
-
1
4
2
2
11
21
35
136
435
5
3
2
3
4
5
4
2
3
5
61
102
182
195
698
578
97
13
1
2
11
5
5
12
3
2
12
5
6
12
3
2
4910
16341
25399
13986
4935
56
63
722288
10,050
8,5688,059
1102O
9.0008 1 125
8.3888,017
8,0107.600
8,0676,550
11,60011,350
1,7313022,03359
4
10.36610. 26410, 35110. 036
10,53510,288 10,51511,012
10,15010,32010,2006
69,4836
10.000
9,530
9,0759,8806
13,0177,8506
13,050
Les
-
-
notes sont données aprs le dernier tableau.
6
7
38
69
18 10
3
4
7
7
-
-
-
2
3
4
5
75
7,750
7.750
1
-
-
28
33
61
86
108
1124
133
1176
2246
8304
-
-
17
103
311
241
59
10
3
6
18
-
-
9.100
4
'
1
1
-
-
3
2
8
28
159
-
-
-
2
-
-
-
2
-
1
-
-
:
-
7.950
101
29
30
31
32
33
1 34
- 35
- 36
2 37
2 38
5 39
1 40
8 41
8
18
18 42
18 43
18
61 4
65 44
64 65 45
102 3'
105 46
146 7 153 47
228 48
213
15
11 26420284 49
724429 273 50
12 32244 366 51
2044758 505 52
24
551
636 53
85
59679107 786 54
204 644148792 55
114 455 56
352341 250 57
225
162 88
84
53
3588 58
11
7
15 59
8
1.010
4,356
5,121 6
765
11,175 61
8.507
11.490
9,8
8,575
8,250
7.850
7,800
11,600
11, 860
10,714
10,050
10.375
13.088
9,065
10, 029
8, 250
8,055
12.233
11.560 162
10,577 63
9,550 64
10,050 65
12,560 66
30
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
TABLE 1. Salaries of University Teachers, by Rank, Field, Sex, and Size of Institution,
1967 -68'' - Concludrd
Sa1ar, range
Deans'
Professors 4 Associate professors
Doyens'
Prolesseurs titulaires Professeurs agrgés
M LIII LMT
cheI1e de traitement
No.
1
I $30,000 andover - et plus......................................
2 29,000429,999 ................................... . .................... .3 28.000-28.999 .........................................................
27.000-27.999 ................................... ......................
4
5 126,000-26.999 ........................................................
I
Biological sciences' - Sciences blologiques'
-- -
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
25.000-25,999 ........................................................ .
-24.000-24.999 .........................................................
-
23.000-23.999 ........................................................
22.000-22,999 ........................................................
21.000.21,999 ........................................................
20.000-20,999 ........................................................
19.000-19.999 ........................................................
I 8.0001
18,999 ........................................................- 17.000-17,999 ........................................................
16,000-16.999 .........................................................- -
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
1
1615,000-15,999 ........................................................
1714,000-14,999 ........................................................
1813,000-13,999 ........................................................- 1912,000-12.999 ............................ . ...........................
.-
2011,000-11,999 .........................................................- 2110.000-10,000 ........................................................
229.000-9.999........................................................
238.000-8,999 .........................................................- -247,000 -7.999 ........................................................
256,000-6.999 ........................................................
26Under- Moms de$6,000........................................27 Number reported - Nombre dclaré ........................
14
1
-
2
7
-
-
-
-
76
60
98
105
89
-
78
27
5
3
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
3
5
5
3 I
-
81
27
6
3 I
-
-
-
1
4
2'
1
-
1
-
-
1
1
-
4
8
16
25
12
116
129
178
178
54
1
6
-
295,000 and over - et plus ..................................$ -30,2,000-4,999 ......................................................$
-..
31'1.000-1,999 .................................. ......................$-32500 -999 ........................................................$ -33Under - Moms de 500 .......................................$ --
1
16,75018,271
18,475
16,9306 16,950
4
-
6
6
6
-
-
-
-
1
-
I
12, 850
791
13,848
14,312' 12,98314,173
13,444' 12,40013,375
6
6
-,6
2
-
- ,-6641968372368
Median salary by size of institution - Traitement median suivant Is taille de l'institutlon:
13
7
20
21
51
-
2
-
-
-
5
1
2
3
2
4
3
-
-
-
-
-
-
112
121
162
153
42
4
2
1
-
-
-
13
7
19
20
51
1i
-
-
76
61
101
110
94
-
-
-
2
3
2
4
3
-
-
1
13
5
16
26
32
-
-
-
2
7
-
-
-
-
-
13
5
16
26
31
-
14
1
-
-
28 Median salary - Traitement median ....................$ ---18,05917,05018, 4213, 965
I
T
6
I
6
-
Physical sciences' - Sciences phys Lques'
34 $30,000 and over - et plus .............
-
.
3529,000-529,999 ............................... ......
.........................
................... .
-
3628.000- 28,999 .........................................................- 3727,000- 27,999 .........................................................- 38,26,000 - 26.999 ........................................................, -39125,000- 25,999 .........................................................- -4024,000- 24,999 ........................................................
4123,000- 23.999 ........................................................
4222,000- 22,999 ........................................................, -4321.000- 21999 ........................................................' -4420,000 - 20.999 .........................................................- 4519.000 -19.999 ........................................................- 4618,000 - 18,999 ........................................................- 4717,000-17,999 .........................................................- 4816,000 -16,9 99 .........................................................- I49115.000 -15.999 ....................................................... -50'14.000-14.999 .........................................................- 5113000-13,999 .........................................................-
5212,000-12,999 ........................................... ............. .
5311,000-11,999 .........................................................- 54 i10,000-10.999 .... .................................................... .- 559,000-9.999 ........................................... ..............-........................................... . ............ .
-
568.000-8,999
-
577,000-7.999 ................................ . .......................
- ,
586,000-6.999 ........ .................. ............. ........ .........
-59Under - Moms de $6,000 .......................................
6
2
-
,
-
-
-
is
15'
43
521
-661
-
101
-
159
190
-
-
6
2
15
15
43
-
1481
47 '
9
4
2
I
-I3
-
52
66
101
161
191
1-1
1-1
8-8
27-27
-
149
47
10
4
2
9011,91
1902192
3239332
38331386
160I5165
-
1
-
3
8210
4,-4
- '
- '
2
1'
1.
-
1
-
2'-'2
601 Number reported - Nombre declare ........................
-87151876
1,197221,219
61 Median salary - Traitement median ....................$
-17,090
17.088
13,05813,05013.057
Median salary by size of institution - Traitement median sujvant Is talUe de l'lnstitution:
625,000 and over - et plus - ....................................
632,000-4,999 ....................... ................................. $
641.000-1.999 ...................... .................................. $
651500-999 ........................................................$
66'Under - Moms de 500 ......................................$
Notes follow the last table.
,6
17,415 17,409
16.550•, 16,520
15,500 '- ' 15,500
16,233•16,217
14,925-14,925
13,181
12,729
12,962
12,560
12. 525
13.375
13,192
12,725
12,962
12,540
12.533
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES INIVERSITES
31
T%BLEALT 1. Traitements des prolesseurs d'université selon le rang, le domaine, le sexe
et l'importance de l'institution, 1967 681,1fin
Assistant professors
Professors, ungraded 5Lecturers and instructors
M
I
Biological sciences 5 - Sciences hiologiques 6
-1816
-817
-18 8
1359
137 10
98
71
134
141
156
-98111
172 12
8142 13
6147 14
5161 15
221
442
152
1399
14169
221
192
230
282
210
10231
13205
18248
38320
26236
64291
68 1197
1833
-
2
1
1
-]
2
291
167
82
49
17
6
4
1
8
4
415
-
10
-
IS
14
-
-
2
87592233219452
2,486
12,067
12,0658,8257,5508 1 032
13,549
12,078
12,078
779189968
11.04710,03610,826
10,100
9,725
8.600
-
11,021
10,458
9,050
10,017
6
6
6
-
-
9.008
8,100
-
7,558
6,975
-
S
-
6
6
6
Physical sciences'
-
6
8,06314,003
7,56413,233
7,70010,020
6,90010,817
6
9,850
-6,
-2
-15
-15
-43
-
I
-
-
E
9
16
18
3
589
346
54
4
-
-
-
376
605
364
57
4i
-
1,511
43
10,518
10,031
10,509
10,300
!
6
Les notes sont donnees après le dernier tableau.
500
1
2,986 27
9,30012,764
9,504
9,400
8,500
-
1
28
13,049 29
12.417 ,30
8.975 31
10,075 32
9,850 133
--34
-- 35
-1 '36
-237
-4 38
-639
-2 40
-IS41
-13 42
-43 '43
-53 44
67 45
- I
,
103 1 46
2169 47
1222 48
18620
98443
134185
148136
4741
85
4653,980
1384,118 60
7,567
8,09812,026
9.39011,891 61
8,2677,750
8.233 I 7,650
8,060 1•
8,150
8,750-
8,100 112,400
8,10011,060
8,04011,325
7,95011,600
8,75011,050
9,55012.300 162
9,55011,014 163
6
11,240 64
9,55010,572 65
6
10,072 66
4!
:!
9,700
8,261
10.595 10,03010,587 13,0336 13,017
- 6
10,145 10,07510,1366
6
-
10350'103006
-
6
6 10.0376
10.044 6
6
8,275
10,0758,400
10,080
68359 21
86253 '22
65147 23
107156 24
3956 25
814 26
2247 49
2243 50
10362 51
4481 52
14548 53
21641 54
26469 55
15200 156
27163 '57
1051 58
49 59
7
2
6
'7
3
47
-53
-67
-103
-16'7
1221
-245
-243
2352
4477
5534
-
1,464
16
17
18
19
20
Sciences physiques'
-2
-4
367
F
7
-
227
1291
15
2
18
8
18
34
36
2
:
11,235
10,589
9,725
10 050
1
M
-141
-12
-1 :3
-24
-7 5
2
8
4
11
10
15
19
38
51
86
155
TMFjT
M]F
F
1
Total
Professeurs, non cIasss 5 Charges de cours
Professeurs adjotnts
32
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
TABLE 2. Salaries of Teachers at 19 Universities, by Rank and Region, 1943-44 to 1967 -68
Deans
Professors
Atlantic
Prov-
Salary range
I
tchelle de traitement
No.
1
2
3
4
5
-
1flCS
Provinces
Allan- liques
--
$30,000andover- etplus............................................ .
29,000-$29,999 ..............................................................
28,000-28,999.............................................................. .
.
27,000 -27,999.............................................. ................
.
.....
.........................................................
26,000-26,999
-
25,000-25,999..............................................................
6
24.500-24.999 .............................................................. .
7
24,000-24.499
8
9, 23,500-23,999.............................................................. ..23,000-23,499 .............................................................. ..10
22,500-22,999.............................................................. ..11
12
22,000-22,499.............................................................. ..21.500-21,999...............................................................
.2
13
21,000-21,499.............................................................. .
14
20.500-20,999..............................................................
15
16
17
18
19
20
20,000-20,499..............................................................
19,500-19,999..............................................................
19,000-19,499.............................................................. .
18.500-18,999..............................................................
18,000-18,499..............................................................
21
22
23
24
25
17,500-17,999.............................................................. .
17,000-17,499...............................................................
16,500-16,999..............................................................
16,000-16,499..............................................................
15,500-15,999...............................................................
26
27
28
29
30
15,000-15,499...............................................................
14,500-14,999...............................................................
14,000-14.499........................................................... ...
13,500-13,999........................................................... ....
13,000-13,499.............................................................. .
-
31
32
33
34
35
12,500-12,999 .............................................................. .
12,000-12,499.. ............................................................ .
11,500-11.999...............................................................
11.000-11.499....
......................................................... .
10,500-10.999..................... ......................................... ..
-
36'
37
38
39
40
10,000-10,499..............................................................
9,500-9,999..............................................................
9,000-9,499... ...........................................................
8,500-8,999.... ..........................................................
8,0 00 -8,499..............................................................
41
42
43
44
45
46
-
4
1
49
50
51
52
53
54
Median salary - Traitement median:
1943-44.......................... ..........................................
1944-45....................................................................
1945-46....................................................................
1946-47....................................................................
1947-48....................................................................
55
56
57
58
59
1948-49....................................................................
1949-50....................................................................
1950-51 ....................................................................
1951-52....................................................................
1952-53....................................................................
60
61
62
63
64
7
1
1
-
9
6
3
6
3
4
4
2
4
3
1
3
3
3
5
5
3
4
2
3
2
2
2
2
2
4
-
106-'
135 1
2
7 82
8 1
6 8 1
72
63
43
27 I
1
-
I
-
2
13-
7
1
4
4 I
3 1
3 2 -
2
2
2
2
1 4
10'7
112
2
213
120
1
-
-
2
3
-
-
67
56
145155
25,018
23,900
24,09616,503
23,084
20,084
22,100
20,525
22,04215,262
19,54214.518
I219
328
-22
- 9
- 5
15
13
4
5
11
Total
2
19
4
2
6
12 4
17
5
13 6
2017
2818
43 14
18
39
7243
41 31
52 54
5961
83
65
85 58
9294
77 97
6962
66
42
65
44
4
2
4
5
13
23
2
6
16
23
19
39
47
57
58
117
75
109
120
149
147
193
186
144
128
128
33
25
10
5
.. .. .. .. -
7,500-,999
'1
................................................................
7,000-7,499................. ............................................. ..
6,500-6,999.............................................................. ..
6.000-6,499.................................. ............................ ..
Under- Momsde$6,000 .............................................. ..
Number reported - Nombre déclaré .................................
3rdquartile -3equartile .......................................... $
Median salary - Traitement median ....... ................... $
1stquartile -lerquartile .......................................... $
47
48
-
Professeurs titulaires
Doyens
Western
Atlantic
Western
Prov-Central ProvCentralProv-
Canadainces
inces
Canadainces
Total- Pro- CanadaProCanadaPro- vinces central vinces
central vinces
Atlan- de
de I 'Ouest
tiques
l'Ouest
-
22
6
17,575
$
$
$
$
$
2.917
3,281
3,583
3,850
3,917
$
$
-.
'43I
999
19,179
20,096
18, 072
17, 667
16.623
16633
2,875. .4,398
3,088..4.409
3,258..4,585
3,698..4,894
3,893. -4,894
1,897
19,744
17,743
16,502
4,653
4,700
4,788
$
$
5,500
5,563
6,050
8,875
6,875'
7,344
7,667
6,917
7,292
7,700
3.789
3,908
4,654
4,547
4,563
1953-54....................................................................
1954-55....................................................................
1955-56....................................................................
1956-57....................................................................
1957-58....................................................................
$
$
6,600
6,600
9,285
9,625
8,250
8,607
8.318
8,705
5,018
5,097
$
$
7,050
7,875
11,625
13,333
9,375
11,167
9.482
11,125
65
66
67
68,
69
1958-59....................................................................
1959-60....................................................................
1960-61 ...................... ..............................................
1961-62 ....................................................................
1962-63....................................................................
$
$
$
$ '
$
9,625
11.500
10,750
10,750
13,071
14.425
15, 179
16,400
17,063
17,607
12,313
13.500
14.750
15,563
15,800
12,479
14,150
14,500
15.577
16,031
8,065
9,175
9.625
9,625
10,179
11,345
12,197
12,518
12,896
13,236
10,043
11,437
12,298
12,631
13,017
10,473
11,591
12.304
12,619
12,972
70
1963-64....................................................................
1964-65....................................................................
1965-66............................................ ...... ..................
1966-67 ....................................................................
1967-68....................................................................
$
$
$
$
$
13,125
14,000
15,000
16,375
17,575
17,625
18,313
19, 150
20,500
23.084
16,225
17,393
19.038
20,393
22,100
16,125
17,361
16,556
20.107
22.042
11,150
11.663
12,531
14.229
15,262
13,977
14.416
15,102
16,373
18,072
13,373
14,206
15,210
16,323
17,667
13.457
14,163
14.981
16,201
17,743
71
72
73
74
Notes follow the last table.
$
5,948
6,604
6,873
5.612
6,310
6,319
5,715
6,336
6431
7,361
7,509
6,855
7,131
7,023
7,250
5,798
8,406
6.738 19,894
8,047
8.974
8,171
9,317
TRAITI\IINTS ET QIALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITF.S
33
19 unirersitês, selon le rang et Ia region, 1943- 44
TABLEAU 2. Traitements des prolesseurs de
a
1967 -68
Associate professors Assistant professors
Lecturers and instructors
All ranks
Professeurs agreges Professeurs adjoints
Charges de cours
Tous rangs
Atlantic
Prov- Central
inces Canada
-
Provinces
Allantiques
Canada
central
Western
ProvInces
-
Provinces
de
l'Ouest
Total
Western
Atlantic
Prov- Central
Provinces
inces Canada
-
PT0voices
AtlanLiques
-
Canada
central
-
Provinces
de
I'Ouest
-
AtlanticWestern
Prov-CentralProvincesCanadainces
Total---Total
Pro-CanadaProvincescentralvinces
Allan-
de
tiques i'Ouest
-
2
2
-
-
2
-
2 1
2
-
2
-
-
-
-
-
1
-
-
-
-
10
1
6
6
12
2
-
1
1
2
1
-
1
4
4
1
2
2
12
2
7
7
16
5!
3
10
12
11
29
26
6
5 ,
8!
6
19
80
61
131
128
160
80
96
128
141
180
12
28
40
65
89
166
162
267
275
359
26
45
39
40
10
134
162
90
21
2
16
29,
31
60
-
173
126
39
16
1
-
-
-
4
1
I
-
6
1
2
-
-
-
13
-
2
-
1
2
1
1
4
1
1
-
8
1
3
2
14
2
2
3
6
8
4
13
4
24
22
30
333
333
168
77
11
3
5
7
20
23
34
66
116
197
227
19
79
175
234
249
56
150
298
451
499
2
70
59
89
47
22
289
207
107
5
288
264
125
19
1 r
647
530
321
71
23
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
4
-
2
3
3
-
-
-
1
-
1
4
2
5
7
5 1
3
7
7
8
5
19
9
32
29
37
5
Atlantic
Provinces
-
2
11
7
9
24
23
18
23
5
4
4
1
2
92
46
63
68
113
49
34
57
67
74
14616
8417
12418
13619
189 20
8 !
2
6
2
1
9
5
11
13
19
24
29
39
33
15
28
101!
112
96
109
96
178
72
163
157
201
62
114
129
94
103
133
99
136
149
188
17121
237 22
238 23
222 24
223 25
340 26
210 27
332 28
321 29
417 30
1
1
5
5
7
11
14
13
10
14
29
51
47
60
33
180
266
216
226
237
193
208
219
260
258
402
525
482
546
528
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
1
1
4
2
1
4
2!
10
12
7
5
7
No
416
137
148
299
2910
2711
56 12
5713
6714
68 15
-
-
Total
8(
-
-
-
Provinces
de
l'Ouest
33
9
11
18
20
18
30
31
49
43
-
-
-
-
Canada
central
3
-
-
-
Western
Provinces
15
2
7
7
12
1
1
-
-
-
Central
Canada
-
Provinces
Allantiques
-
-
2
1
1
1
2
-
1
1
-.
2
1
1
-
2
1
1
2
-
15
9
24
39
191
6
11
77
63
106
29
90
130
126
25!
122
106
32
47
32
55
20
30
36
12
6
6
4
17
6
192 I637556 I
-
1
-
2
-
2
3
-
48
82
328
64
65
247
151
101
187
77
112
225
281
135
47
260
37
123
134
32
48
86
20
32
11
24
6
27
4
19
1,385 I 9544,323
2
191
42
8(3
74
145
31
32
33
34
35
310
720 36
284
596 37
190
478 38
109
298 39
128
310 40
109
269 41
56
136 42
36
88 43
12
29 44
6
29 45
4,002
9,279 I 46
15,206
15,26347
12,06148
12.047
10,054
10,024 ! 49
13,000
12.071
1,102 I 1,1302,4483651,394 1 1,4853,244
14,503 14,726 14,522 110,024 11,529 11,315 11.313
8,5509,0798,8799,00213,045 16,065
13,451 13,620 13,3949,560 10,636 10,595 10,513
7,5908,3768,2008.22910,34012,476
11.511
12,506 12,687 12.5179.04810,020 9.9009,847
7.0697.5887.581
3. 125
3,300
3,308
3,250
3,469
1,2502.1292,1092,0212.512
1,3682,1062.1012,0292.769
1,6972,2222,2062.1692,866
1,7972,1922,3872,2142,811
1,8542.5082,3782,3932,825
3,604 1 3,357 1 3,351 50
3.5843,3543,35551
3,5683,5893,45952
3,6483,4893,48253
4,0183,4453,66254
3,219
3,167
3,528
3,700
4, 109
3,8193.6103,7222,2272,9472,8252,858
3,8773,6083,7582,4422.9322,8292,849
3,8853,6713,7442,3093,1032,9582.993
4,3243,9284,0642.5863,4943,2523,028
4,4263,9344,156 1 2,6513,6233,2783,334
4.598 1 4,1594,3002.8253,6753,4643,507
4,5454.2164,2913,0083,6893,6203,593
4,7084,6104,6123,5003,8023,9693,833
5,3735,2505,2413,3854.4104,4764,379
5,4395,2595,2753,6924.5134,4404,414
1,7402,640I 2,6562,5623,033
1,9852,7062,7612,6733,199
2,0002,9092.9652,8543,454
2,3643,3203,5613,3413,695
2,5603,3503.5253,3393,899
4,633
4,558
5,8645,6585,6633,8334,7724,6864,674
6,0915,9255,940 I 3,8164,9114,8424,824
2,6173,7453,7763.6784.081
2,9623,8233,9553,8024,167
4,673
5,675
3,6464.0594.1724.0744.764
3,8754,5494,6834,5585,303
6.375
7,214
7.667
7,836
5, 197
6,6276.4106.4404,3285,2805,2135.180
7,5657,1777,2415,0205,9845,8505,835
8,5908,1408,1815,4456,7736,6856,664
9.0569,0328,9235,9447,1947,1867.117
9,3959,5439,3996,1727,4577,4867,420
9,7489,8769.7036,4817.7497,7837,687
9,849 10,092 9,8586,7817,8657,8457,778
4,1293,7863,83755
4,0893,8533,85856
4.3574,2824,20357
4,9254,9144,79758
5.0234,9594,860 59
5.4085,3185,249 60
5,6435,4885,42361
62
6,1305,9935,89263
6,9246,8256,71364
4,2135,1875,2575,1436,017
4.556 I 5,6245,6895,5736,302
4,6925,8025,9615,8126,702
5,1906,0456.1726.0396,991
5,5126,2426,3366,2267,250
8.828
9,234
9,779
10,984
12.071
10,223 10,224 10,113 7,2548,1507,9858.002
7,6178,4798,4798,390
10,520 10,906 1
11,050 11,995 11,4358,0508,7159,3458,951
12,217 12,726 12,345 9,0279,5469,8349,629
13,451 13,620 13,394 9,560 10.636 10,595 10,513
6,0696,5346,4006,4217,919
6,2846,7846,8236,7478,419
6,4897,0797,4237,1578.802
7,1527,6947,6337.6049,844
7,5908,3768,2008.22910,360
216
Les notes sont données aprks le dernier tableau.
I
7.5538,99010.137
7,5977.6647.44565
8,0468,3487.979 66
8,6428,6538.40467
8,8878,8768,64668
9,1508,9898,89469
9,4519,0509,10370
9,9599,7669,66871
10.28310,58510,25072
11,419 11,219 11,17573
12,49612.05712,06374
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
34
TABLE 3. Allowances of Religious Teachers, by Rank and Sex, All Fields, 1967-68
TABLEAU 3. Traitements des professeurs religieux, selon le rang et le sexe, tous domaines, 1967-68
Range of u.liosanceDeans'
Professors
Associate
pro1essor,
chelle de traitement Doyens'
Professeurs
titulaires'
Professeurs
agrégés
$16000 and over - et plus
-
19
15,000-$15.999.............................
5
14,000-14,999.............................
-
6
13,000-13,999..............................1 2
12.000- 12,999.............................
-
7
11,000-11999............................
10,000-10,999............................
9.000-9,999............................
8 1 000-8 1 999............................
7,000-7,999............................
-
1
3
3
3.000-3.499............................
2.500-2,999............................
2,000-2.499............................
1500-1 1 999.............................
"fil-Néant.......................................
-
-
Professors,
ungraded 5
-
6
-
-
2
-
1
2
I
-
1
-
-
1
-
3
9
8
13
13
16
8
10
1
4
3
1
-
-
-
34
10
10
12
5
4
1
1
7
5
4
5
1
40
42
41
34
11
12
18
1
2
6
2
2
6
7
2
15
15
22
15
12
5
5
3
2
6
-
2
3
2
1
5
-
-
-
2
13
1273
72
85
32
51
272
53
325
Women included - Religieuses incluses .............................................27
9
16
-
19
,..
53
53
11,000
9,735
5,875
8,060
8,855
8,429
Number reported
-
Nombredeclarê
Median allowance - Traitement
m6dian ...........................................
12,570
2
-
1
6
2
46
42
54
2
11
1 1
515
1
1
Total
Charges
deMFT
cours
-
12
17
Lecturers
and
Instructors
-
3
2
3
5
1
2
-
1
-
7
2
6
5
8
3
1
1
-
-
Professeurs Professeurs,
adjoints
non
class4s'
-
2
6,000- 6,999...........................
5,000-5,999............................
4,500-4,999............................
4,000-4,499............................
3,500-3,999............................
Assistant
professors
-
-
15
3
16
13
2
14
-
30
-
1,890
1
1
6
-
Notes follow the last table. - Les notes soot données après le dernier tableau.
TABLE 4. Salaries of University Teachers, by Rank and Region. 1967 - 681,2
TABLLtAU 4. Traiteinents des prolesseurs d'université, selon le rang et Ia region, 1967 _682, 2
Lecturers
AssociateAssistantProfessorsand
Salary range
Deans'Professors'protessors professorsungraded' instructors
-
- -----Total
Echelle de traitement Doyens'Professeurs Professeurs Professeurs Professeurs Charges
titulaires'agrégésadjoints nonde
classes' cours
Atlantic Provinces - Provinces I'Atlantlques _______________________
$30,000 and over - et plus .............................
- 1
29,000 - $29.999 ............................................ .
.- I
-28.000-28,999.......................................
------27,000- 27.999 .....................................
------26,000- 26,999 ......................................
25,000- 25.999 ............................................ .
.- - - - - - 24,000-24.999............................................ .
.I 23,000-23,999............................................ .
.- 1 1 - - - 2
22,000- 22,999.............................................
- 2- - - - 2
21,000- 21,999 .............................................
.2 1 - - - - 3
20.000-20.999.............................................
5 5- - - - 10
19,000-19.999.............................................
.4 6 1 - - - 11
18,000- 18,999 .............................................
.2 3- - - - 5
17,000-17,999.............................................
4 15- 4- - 23
16,000-16,999.............................................
230 6- - - 38
15,000-15,999.............................................
4 50 11 2- - 67
14,000-14,999.............................................
468 16 6 - - 94
13,000-13,999.............................................
22046 2 2 173
12,000-12,999 ............................................ 1114 15- 1131
.
11,000-11.999............................................ .
.- -12848 - 1177
10,000-10,999............................................ - 30150 2 10192
.
9,000-9,999............................................ .
.- 1 1258 2 30292
8,000-8.999.............................................
- - -125 1109235
7,000-7.999.............................................
- - - 6 1159166
6,000-6.999.............................................
- - - - 9 64
73
5,000-5,999 .............................................
- - - - 7 10117
Under - Moms de $5,000 ..............................
- - - - - 3 3
Number reported - Nombre déclaré 30205354616243881,617
Median salary - Traitement median ..........$ 17,57515,07412.0399,5356,6507.551
Notes follow the last table. - Les notes sont données aprls le dernier tableau,
J_
10.027
35
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
TABLE 4. Salaries of University Teachers, by Rank and Region, 1967-68 '.' - Continued
tABLEAU 4. Traitements des professeurs d'université, solon le rang et Ia region, 1967-681. - suite
Salary range
cheIle de t.raitement
Doyens
Lecturers
and
instructors
Professors'
Associate
professors
Assistant
professors
Professors
ungraded'
Professeurs
titulaires
Professeurs
agrég8s
Professeurs
adjoints
Professeurs
non
classes'
Charges
Ide
cours
Total
Québec
-
4
-
2
$30,000 and over - et plus ...........................
29,000 - $29,999 ............................................
28,000- 28,999 ............................................
27,000-27,999 ............................................
26,000-26,999 ............................................
2
1
-
25,000 - 25.999 ............................................
24,000- 24,999 ............................................
23,000- 23,999 ............................................
22,000- 22,999 ............................................
21,000- 21,999 ............................................
5
-
4
7
20,000-29,999 ............................................
19,000- 19,999 ............................................
18,000-18,999 ............................................
17,000-18,999 ............................................
16,000-16,999 ............................................
32
30
60i
119
118
15.000 -15,999 ............................................
14,000-14,999 ............................................
13,000-13,999 ............................................
12,000 -12,999 ............................................
11,000-11.999 ............................................
10 .000 - 10,999 .............................................
113
36
8
11
5
7
73
114
196
215
109
18
14
27
36
111
221
406
9,000 -9,999 ............................................
8.000-8,999 ............................................
7,000-7,999 ............................................
6.000 -6,999 ............................................
5,000 -5,999 ............................................
Under - Moths do $5,000 ............................
8
6
2
1
4
2
2
1
1
336
69
14
1
3
1
Number reported - NOnibre déclaré..............
Median salary - Traitement median .........$
-
1
1
-
20,088
-
583
788
16.843
13,164
1
3
3
4
40
39
75
132
156
-
1
-
1
9
3
9
12
13
-
1
1
2
2 I
7
8
30
-
47
-
-
1, 251
10,420
2
4 4
3 2
9 5
4 13
12
59
6 131
24236
21 172
8 65
7
2
8
97
8,583
206
186
245
351
352
502
485
337
211
76
13
9
702
3,468
8.384
11,196
Ontario
13
$30,000 and over
29,000 -$29,999
28.000 -28,999
27,000 -27,999
26.000 -26,999
- et plus ..........................
............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................
3
2
S
3
2
25,000 -25,999
24,000-24,999
23,000 -23,999
22,000 - 22.999
21.000-21,999
............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................
6
10
11
13
13
15
8
28
34
71
20,999
19,999
18.999
-17,999
-16,999
............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................
14
8
6
6
3
15.000 -15,999
14,000 -14,999
13,000 -13,999
12,000 -12.999
11,000-11.999
10,000 -10.999
............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................
20 .000
19,000
18,000
17,000
16.000
-
-
-
Number reported - Nombre déclaré..............
Median salary - Traitement median ..........$
-
-
-
10
2
2
-
111
107
169
209
254
9
5
15
22
36
6
2
12
3
14
205
46
1
3
120
254
392
471
215
4
16
28
60
112
428
755
3
1
1 I
-
21,750
2
-
-
-
-
-
-
1,293
17,556
1.552
13,098
Notes follow the last tab]e - Les notes sont données après le dernier tableau.
1
26
20
39
55
87
2
142
123
208
244
310
-
-
-
106
16
2
6
9
12
-
-
9.000 -9,999 ............................................
8,000- 8,999 ............................................
7,000- 7,999 ............................................
6,000 -6,999 ............................................
5,000 -5,999 ............................................
tnder- Moms de$5,000 ...........................
-
4
1
612
73
3
2
2, 133
10,390
6
4
1
2
11
18
5 7
10 12
27 30
6 15
50
15
5 197
3379
3345
100
5
15
7
115
12.082
371
341
476
643
664
824
815
455
351
107
15
7
1,169
6,368
8, 127
11,844
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
36
TABLE 4. Salaries of University Teachers, by Rank and Region, 1967- 681,2 - Concluded
TABLEAU 4. Traitements des professeurs d'université, selon le rang et la region, 1967- 6812 - fin
Salary range
Echelle de traitement
Deans'
Doyens'
AssociateAssistant Professors
Protess,rs professors professorsungraded'
Lecturers
and
instructors
Professeurs Professeura Professeurs Professeurs
titulairesagreges adjoints non
classes'
Charges
de
cours
Total
Western Provinces - Provinces de I'Ouest
$30,000 and over - et plus ...........................
29,000 - $29,999 ............................................
28,000-28,999 ............................................
27,000- 27,999 ............................................
26,000- 26.999 ............................................
25,000- 25.999 ............................................
24,000- 24,999 ............................................
23,000- 23,999 ............................................
22,000-22,999 ............................................
21,000-21,999 ............................................
20,000-20,999 ............................................
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 ............................................
4
6
10
9
8
6
6
6
2
2
4
Number reported - Nombre dc1ar ..............
1611
175
109
12
1
1
-
-
2
-
-
-
-
67
21.675
19
63
148
239
370
346
92
4
-L
9,000-9 1 999 ............................................
8,000-8,999 ............................................
7.000-7,999 ............................................
6,000-6,999 ............................................
5,000.5,999 ............................................
Under - Moms de $5,000 .............................
Median salary - Traitement median ........$
r'
2
1
2
8
6
1
1
2
I I
5
9
12
115
475
709
4
5
16
26
244
273
262
388
469
590
749
123
299
252
70
649
327
261
70
2
2'
5
2
1
2
7
in
5
519
27
4
19
34
41
86
97
152
186
5
8291,296 1,883
41
809
4,925
17,61713,47710,390
10,088
8,133
11,596
Notes follow the last table.- Les notes sont donnêes aprls le dernier tableau.
r
TtB1.E 5. Salaries of University Teachers, by Rank, and Size of Institution, 1967- 681,2
TABLEAU 5, Traitements des professeurs d'université scion Ic' rang et i'iniportance de I'institution, 1967-68''
Salary range
Echelle de traitemerit
AssociateAssistant
Deans'Profes5ors profess ors professors
Doyens'Professeurs Professeurs Professeurs
titulair's 2agrCgCsadjoints
14 institutIons with enrolment
Professors
ungraded
1.ecturers
and
instructors
Professeurs
non
class8s'
Charges
de
cours
5,000 and ov Lr
14 institutions conVtant 5.000 in scriptions et
14
$30,000 and over - et plus ............................
29,000-$29,999 ............................................
28,000-28,999 ............................................
27,000- 27.999 ............................................
26,000-26,999 ............................................
25,000-25,999 ............................................
24,000-24,999 ............................................
5
2
3
3
2
11
14
4
5
12
20
7
23,000- 23,999 ............................................
22,000-22,999 ............................................
21,000- 21,999 ............................................
20,000-20.999 ............................................
19,000- 19,999 ............................................
18,000-18,999 ............................................
17,000-17.999 ............................................
19
19
13
21
14
13
5
39
58
107
181
193
299
389
16,000-16,999 ............................................
15,000- 15.999 ............................................
14,000-14,999 ............................................
13,000- 13,999 ............................................
12,000- 12,999..............................................
11,000- 11,999 ............................................
2,
2
10,000-10,999 ............................................
9,000-9,999 ............................................
8,000-8,999 ............................................
7,000-7,999 ............................................
6,000-6.999 ............................................
Under - Moms de $6,000 ............................
-
1
us
19
2
8
8
14
36
24
-
-
-
-
-
-
2
3
Total
2
-
S
2
58
87
126
225
219
360
450
393
309
35
8
1
1
102
285
467
696
767
283
16
26
49
86
247
858
5
21
10
13
32
11
3
10
9
9
27
27
521
653
570
812
1,074
1,180
3
1
1
5
3
2
1,309
933
74
3
1
4
29
8
8
7
8
2
107
297
567
455
133
30
1,453
1,242
652
465
144
36
-
5
3
13
7
221
42
-
-
1
1
-
-
-
4
2
8
4
18
7
2
Number reported - Nombre declare ..............
148
2,081
2,709
3,651
172
1,677
10,438
Median salary - Traltement median ........$
22,500
17,626
13,300
10,545
12,048
8,329
12,018
Notes follow the last table. - Les notes sont données aprês le dernier tableau.
37
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES L'NIVERSITES TABLE 5. Salaries
or Iniversity Teachers, by Rank, and Size of Institution, 1967- 68' - Continued
TABLEiU 5. Traitements des prolesseurs d'université, selon le rang et I'importance de I'institution
1967-68 - suite
Salary range -
II
AssociateAssistantProressors
Deans'Professors professorsprofessors ungradeds
-
-
-
-
Lecturers
and
instructors
-
Echelle de tralternent Doyens'ProfesseursProfesseurs ProfesseursProfesseurs
titulalres' agregesadjointsnon
classes'
Total
-
Charges
de
cours
15 InstitutIons with enrolment of 2,000- 4,999
15 instItutions comptant 2,000. 4,999 inscrIptions
$30,000 and over - et plus ............................
29,000-$29,999 ............................................
28,000- 28.999 ............................................
27,000- 27,999 ............................................
26,000- 26,999 ............................................
1 1
1
•
-
-
-
-
-
4
I
1
-
-
-
.-
1
-
-
-
-
4
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
2
2
3
5
10
3
7
3
20,000- 20,999 ............................................
19,000- 19,999 ............................................
18,000- 18,999 ............................................
17,000- 17,999 ............................................
16,000- 16,999 ............................................
8
7
3
5
3
27
33
49
87
127
3
2
111
61
7
7
2
10,000- 10,999 ............................................
9,000-9,999 ............................................
8,000-8,999 ............................................
7.000-7,999 ............................................
6,000-6,999 ............................................
Under - Moles de $6,000 ............................
-
-
•
25,000- 25,999 ............................................
24,000- 24.999 ............................................
23,000- 23,999 ............................................
22,000- 22,999 ............................................
21,000- 21,999 ............................................
15,000- 15,999 ............................................
14,000- 14,999 ............................................
13,000- 13,999 ............................................
12,000- 12,999 ............................................
11,000- 11,999 ............................................
-
-
2
1
2
4
28
-
4
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
45
113
232
284
155
6
9
10
70
244
2
1
2
3
2
27
3
5
1
2
8
12
13
35
41
54
100
159
167
186
2253
3367
7410
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
539
549
123
20
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
26598
122676
295419
305327
9191
1415
21
865
-
3
I
-
Nornbre reported - Nombre declare ..............
58
534
894
Median salary - Traitement median ........$
20,500
I16,608
112,867
1,575
I3.97
I10,065 I10,083 I8,026 I10,591
8 instItutions with enrolment of 1,000- 1,999
8 institutIons comptant 1,000- 1,999 inscriptIons
$30,000 and over
20.000 -$29,999
28,000- 28,999
27,000- 27.999
26,000- 26,999
et plus ............................
............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................
-
25,000- 25,999
24,000- 24,999
23,000- 23,999
22,000- 22,999
21,000- 21,999
............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................
20,000- 20,999
19,000- 19,999
18,000- 18,999
17,000- 17,999
16.000- 16,999
............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................
15,000- 15,999
14 1 000-14,999
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 ............................................
Under - Moms de $6,000 ............................
Number reported - Nombre declare ..............
Median salary - Traitement median .........$
1
-
1
1
1
3
2
7
9
17
-
26
48
9
2
1
-
-
2
4
-
-
-
-.
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
6
16
36
62
53
1
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
15
125
176
17,600
15,050
12,450
Notes follow the last table. - Les notes sont données aprês le dernier tableau.
-
-
-
1
1
-
3 8 1
28-
7811657 1
-
-
-
-
1-
291 2
9,624
-
-
4
2
8
10
19
1
34
68
48
73
83
6
17
78
88
36
9
85
135
136
88
37
9
-
235
844
7,788
10,145
[N!VERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFI(:ATI0NS
38
TABLE 5. Salaries of University Teachers, by Rank, and Size of Institution, 1967 - 68 1 . 1 - Concluded
TABLEAU 3. Traitements des prolesseurs d'université, selon le rang et limportance de l'institutton,
1967_683,2 - fj
Salary range
Deans 3
Professors
Associate
professors
Assist ant
professors
Pro Ic s sot s,
ungraded'
Lecturers
and
instructors
Echelle de traitement
Doyens'
Professeurs
titulaires
Professeurs
agrégês
Professeurs
adjoints
Professeurs
non
classes'
Charges
de
cours
-
-
-
-
-
-
-Total
14 institutions with enrolment of 500-999
14 institutions comptant 500- 999 inscriptions
$30,000 and over - et plus..........................
29. 000-$29, 999..........................................
28,000- 28.999............................................ .
27,000- 27.999.......... ..................................
26,000-26.999............................................ .
25,000-25,999............................................
24,000-24,999............................................ .
23,000-23,999.............................................
22,000-22,999.............................................
21,000-21,999............................................
20,000-20,999........................................... ..
19,000-19,999.............................................
18.000 -18,999............................................ I
17,000-17,999.............................................
16,000- 16,999.............................................
-
2
2
2
2
1
2
6
5
11
21
3
2
29
-
43
26
30
42
70
10,000- 10,999..................................... ........
9,000-9,999..................................... ........
8,000-8.999............................................ ..7,000-7,999............................................ .
6,000-6.999.......................................... .. I
Under - Motes de $6,000........................... ...
-
98
142
95
73
37
4
15.000- 15,999............................................
14.000- 14,999........................... .................
13,000- 13,999............................................
12,000- 12,999............................................ .
11000-11,999............................................ .
4
-
20
103
Median salary - Traitement median ........$ 18. 150
16.288
Number reported - Nombre declare
141
12,0951
262
9,833
6
-
206
738
7,857
10,050
14. institutions with enrolment of under 500
14 InstItutions comptant moms de 500 inscriptions
$30,000 and over - et plus
29,000-$29.999 ............................................
28,000- 28,999............................................
27,000-27,999............... ............................. .
26,000-26,999............................................ ..-
I
-
-
-
-
2
-
-
-
-
1
1
4
2
2
-
-
-
6
12
15
6
13 I
5
11
11
2
14
13
1
2
3
8
11
10
33
39
38
40
4
2
19
21
7
6
5
19
3
12
21
33
46
52
36
25,000-25,999............................................ .
24,000-24.999............................................
23,000- 23.999....................... .................... .
22,000-22,999.............................................
21.000-21.999............................................
.-
20,000-20,999............................................ .
19.000- 19,999.............................................
18.000- 18.999.............................................
17,000- 17,999............................................ I
16,000- 16,999.............................................
1
7
-
2
1
-
1
.1
2
15,000-15,999.............................................
14,000- 14,999..........................................
..
2
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............................................
.Under - Moms de $6,000 ............................. .
Number reported - Nornbre déclaré
Median salary - Traitement mdian ........$I
9
-
1
2
5
4
8
2
5
1
1
6
2
-
5
2
-
2
1
-
20
13
7
3
12
3
-
8
3
7
4
20
20
1'?
7
67
70
104
76
85
411
15,575
13,736
11,067
7,950
9,275
11,208
Notes follow the last table. - Lea notes sont données après le dernier tableau.
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATIONS DANS LES UNIVERSITES
39
TARLF 6. Salaries of University l'eachers, by Rank, and Control of Institution, 1967.681,
TAHLFAL 6. Traitements des professeurs d'université, selon Ic rang et Ia direction de l'institution,
l96768 1 . 2
Deans'
Professors
Associate
professors
Assistant
professors
Professors •
ungraded'
Lecturers
and
instructors
Doyens'
Professeurs
titulairestm
Professeurs
agrégés
Professeurs
adjoints
Professeurs
non
Classes'
Charges
de
cours
-
-
-
-
-
-
Total
12 institutIons under tederal or provincial control - 12 instItutions fédCrales on provinclales
Number reported - Nombre déclaré
99
1.308
1,833
2,420
11.263
I H
144
1,183
6.987
15,025
9,044
15.095
3rd quartile - 3equartile ...................................
23,775
19,857
14.580
Median - Methane ............................................$
22.044
17,880
13,420
10,514
12,050
8,207
11,836
1st quartile -icr quartile............................$
20,046
16,553
12,550
9,868
10,075
7,566
9,898
22.060
18,05113,53710,54712,0588,228
17.03313,08510,3316
8,096
12,201
10,727
11,7509.650-8.550
6
16,10513,73211.008-
I
--
10,316
13,070
1967 -68 medians by enrolment at institution - Médianes de 1967 -68 suivant les
inscriptions a l'institution:
5,000 and over - et plus .............................$
2.000-4,999 ..................................................$
1,000- 1,999 ..................................................$
500-999 ..................................................$
Under - Moms de 500 .................................$
6
6
6
32 institutions under church control - 32 institutions religleuses
46
Number reported - Nombre déclaré ................
3rd quarttle - 3e quartile ..............................$
20,017
Median - Médlane ............................................$
17.700
1st quartile - ler quartile .............. ............... $
15, 150
348
470
916
10,790
17.055
13.371
12,427
9,865
15.809
9,200
14.460
11,623
94
618
2,492
10,216
8,600
12,619
8,167
7.769
10,188
7,083
7,045
8,570
-
9,003
7.628
7.450
7.571
8,037
11,879
9,846
9,650
9,450
8,763
1967-68 medians by enrolment at institution - Médianes de 1967-68 suivant les
inscriptions a i'instltution:
5,000 and over - et plus............................
2,000-4,999 ..................................................
1,000-1,999 ...................................................
500 -999..................................................
Under - Moj.s de500.................................
16,300
16.084
14.225
15.950
$
$
6
$
$
6
6
$
13,225
12,421
12.023
11,667
6
11.014
9,583
9,355
9.484
9,700
6
6
6
7.937
21 InstitutIons independent of church and state - 21 institutIons indépendantes
Number reported - Nombre déclaré ..................
105
1.254
1,687
2.547
39
1,267
6.899
14,071
11.133
-
9,018
14. 367
8,251
11,535
7,549
9,605
8,349
8,061
8,056
8.030
11,747
11.062
10,575
10,712
3rd quartile - Se quartile ..............................$
23,590
18,638
Median - Médiane ............................................$
21,212
17,054
13,069
10,319
1st quartile - ler quartile ..............................$
19,075
15,882
12,205
9,653
5,000 and over - et plus ............................$ 22.56017,531
2,000-4,999 ..................................................$ 20,57516,518
615.800
1,000-1,999 ................................................... $
16,350
500-999 .................................................. $6
13,088
12,850
13,007
12,950
10.546
10,079
10,171
10,055
10,070
-
1967-68 medIans by enrolment at institution - Médlanes de 1967 - 68 sulvant les
inscriptions a l'institution:
Under - Moms de 500 ..................................
$
6
6
Notes follow the last table. - Lea notes sont données après le dernier tableau.
6
6
10,037
6
'
6
6
6
6
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
40
TABLE 7. Salaries of University Teachers, by Faculty (or School or Institute) and Sex. 1967- 68 2 , 2
Arts and science Total, arts and
combined
Pure science"science
-
Arts"
-
-
Salary range
kA rts et sciences &lences pures "Total, arts et
runis
sciences
chelIe de aitement
FTMFTMFj TMFTMFT
No,
1$30,000 and over - et plusI
229,000-529.999 ...................................
328,000-28,999 ...................................
....427,000-
526,000- 27,999
..................................
26,999 ....................................1
625,000- 25,999 .................................. .3
.
724,000- 24,999 ...................................4
8i 23.000- 23,999 ....................................2
922,000- 22,999 .................................. 13
1021,000- 21,999 ..................................19
-
-
-
3
2
2
-
1
1
3
-
-
-
3 2 -
-
22
-
-
2
-
1
1
1
1
5
70
63
87
118
157
2
2
4
6
9
72]35
6530
9141
12478
16696
1615,000-15,999 ....................................140
1714,000-14,999 ....................................128
1813,000-13,999 ....................................198
1912,000-12,999 ...................................247
2011,000-11,999 ...................................325
2110,000-10,999 ...................................459
4
2
16
16
19
53
144;
130
208
263
344
512
168
179
228
326
434
571
11
10
21
26
60
79
179117
189 184
249125
352217
494212
650277
2
1
4
8
9
17
229.000-9,999 ...................................544
238,000-8,999 ...................................300
247,000-7,999 ...................................158
256,000-6,999 ...................................33
265,000-5,999 ...................................7
27Under Molns de $5,000.................
.
80
81
85
17
5
624
381
243
50
12
635
398
228
85
122
105
121
52
16
6
757242
50359
349175
13718
221
122
652
4,5071,741
-
..................................25
..................................34
..................................68
..................................86
..................................133
-
-
-
-
29Median salary
Traitement mdlan $ 10,830 9,018 10, 447 10. 985
-
32
33
34
35
36
-
27,000- 27,999 .................................. .
26,000-26,999 .................................. .
-
-
40
41
42
43
44
20,000- 20.999 ..................................
19,000-19,999 ..................................
18,000- 18,999 ...................................
17,000- 17,999 ...................................
16,000- 16,999 ...................................
45
46
47
48
49
50
15,000- 15,999 ...................................
24
14,000-14,999 ...................................
22
13,000- 13,999 ...................................19
12,000-12,999 ...................................
29
11,000- 11,999 ...................................
26
10,000- 10,999 ...................................37
51
52
53
54
55
9,000-9,999 ...................................26
8,000-8.999 ...................................7
7.000-7,999 ...................................6
6,000-6,999 ...................................5
5,000 -5,999 ..................................
Under - Moms de $5,000 ................. .
-
12
4
10
18
14
57
Number reported
-
Nombre déclar&...
268
58
Median salary
Traitement median $
2,650
-
Notes tollow the last table.
TM
1
-
-
38
39
56
Mêdecine"
-
24,000-24,999 ..................................3
23,000-23,999 ..................................
22,000-22,999 ..................................2
21,000- 21,999 ..................................
37
9,188 10, 576 11,832
Medicine"
-
25,000- 25,999 ..................................1
3,855
Droit
F
$30,000 and over et plus
1
29,000-529,999 .................................. ..
28,000-28,999 .................................. .
3.309
Law
I I
M
-
6
-
386
-
-
28Number reported
Nombre déclaré,... 2,923
-
-
1
3
1
2
1
19
7
18
33
35
12
4
10
18
14
68
44
65
79
70
24
22
19
30
27
39
28
9
6
6
-
-
-
-
1
1
2
2
2
-
1
-
9
-
22
3
5
2
7
-
277
I
Fl
-
1
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
5
10
17
32
40
119
85
129
225
221
294
28513,298
263tI274
35325378
54334577
64669715
84896944
31
35
70
61
62
59
21
13
19
7
2
1
263
72
94
25
3
3
87714311,020
457118575
303140]443
10359162
7 I 1825
8715
26
20
9
3
105
1,846
5,596757 6,353
-
1
-
I
-
1052107
93295
1284132
1967203
2539262 1
-
-
-
-
487
2
-
-
3
-
2
-
10
118
133
40
-
-
31
237
70
263
264
766
-
-
430
424
312
47
-
-
-
-
30517
9,537 11,655 11,2199,218 10,977 13,050 9,850 12, 769
7
18
34
36
-
-
-
-
-.
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
2
1
1
2
3
122
99
107
152
72
120
5
10
5
13
11
18
127
109
112
165
83
138
6
5
2
5
13
7
44
30
15
4
2
17
12
16
8
1
61
42
31
12
3
15
6
9
1
130
3
-
-
35
30
41:
79
96
-
-
68
45
71
82
72
1,245
11
-
-
2
3
2
-
1
6
3
2
-
4
-
Pharmacy
Nursing
-
Pharmacie
T IM IF IT I M I F IT IM I F IT
19
-
3-
3
2
30
30
2323
52
52
-
-
-
-
-
-
8
4
16
-
Music
-
-
11
1
-
-
3 -
2-
4-
Musique 22
3
5
2
7
-
-
-
-
-
25
35
69
87
138
1120,000- 20,999
1219,000-19,999
1318,000-18,999
1417,000- 17,999
1516,000-16,999
-
-
-
41
2
13
19
-
101
21
228
194
3616
-
10
2
22
19
36
30
31
Agriculture
1,375
-
79
12,558 14,544 10,325 14,098 11,050
-
2
I
I
2
3
-
2
1
5
2
1
5
2
4
5
3
-
1
1
2
2
1
6
6
3
7
15
8
3
6
6
11
7
16
3
6
6
11
7
17
7
4
6
7
12
7
7
1
4
1
22
7
13
2
35
25
•56
•22
35
26
56
22
6
3
1
1
4
4
-
-
20
-
99
9,175 10,350
-
-
-
1
1
1
2
-
-
2
4
5
3
7
4
6
7
13
8
7
5
1
1
-
219920171576
-
8,675 8,675 12,850 - ~ 12.300
41
TRAITE'IENTS El QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES TABLEAtI 7. Traitements des professeurs d'université, selon la faculté (ou l'école ou I'institut) et le sexe, 1967- 681 2
Commerce, business
administration Architecture
F
M
-
-
-
2
-
2
-
-
-
-
-
1
3
I
4
4
2
43
32
21
7
1
2
2
1
405 '
95
390
15
11,788
12,044
10,050
-
1
-
1
-
1
-
1
-
1
3
2
1
-
12,016
-
F
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
-
-
1
1
2
1
2
2
2
-
-
2
2
3
2
3
51
5
2
4
6
7
16
2
1
6
2
3
2
3
5
5
8
2
15
12
14
12
18
30
31
54
2'14
-,18
131
-
31
458
17
34
44
53
76
24
10
14
5
7
18
67
85
97
115
113
108
1077
21106
27124
23138
37i150
37145
83
92
136
154
189
187
3
4
4
1
73
35
20
5
41114
2661
1737
1217
99
52
20
11
884
2591,143
1,287
15,150
10,200
15,068
-
-
-
-
-
12.800 10,862 12,250 12,450
M
F
-
24 6 716-
-
9,850 12,3959,550
9,933
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
4
2
2
-
-
1
1
-
-
4
1
3
3
2
1
2
6
6
12
12
11
24
24
14
29
10
2
1
11
14
21
4
2
25
43
31
6
3
-
-
-
6
12
10
10
22
18
-
-
2
-
1
1
1
-
2
-
-
1
4
1
-
-
-
1
-
-
2
-
1
1
2
-
5
2
2
5
8
II
14
3
8
12
18
4
-
-
2
-
-
-
2
3
2
2
-
2
-
-
-
2
3
4
2
-
-
-
2
1
6
8
2
6
2
4
3
5
2
2
2
9
8
4
4
8
4
13
11
9
5
6
6
6
13
7
1 8
4
7
2
12
8
3
7
8
7
2
1
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
4
5
1
-
U
-
1
-
-
1
1
-
I
144
65
209
14
45
59
42
42
84
85
11,050
8,175
9,816
11,250
8,450
8,525
12,350
11,575
11,800
11,750
Les notes sont données après le dernler tableau.
-
4
24
9
9
15
-
43
30
69
102
143
4
3
11
13
18
25
29
274
264
422
560
717
4
6
18
25
31
-
9,917
29
T
F
3
2
3
4
5
3
2
3
-
1
1
430
2431
932
933
1534
4335
3036
6937
10338
14439
278
270
440
585
748
40
41
42
43
44
2
1
6
8
11
11
18
21
26
15
6
6
-
6
-
13
29
27
31
35
44
35
49
6
1
5
11
9
13
33
32
40
55
44
62
869
823
1,087
1,456
1,601
1,989
48
60
95
138
182
278
917 i 45
883 46
1,182 47
1,594 48
1,783 49
2.267 50
18
19
29
13
52
30
17
6
9
10
8
3
61
40
25
9
-
-
1,848
1,020
603
184
20
12
393
334
386
142
31
8
2.241 51
1,354 52
989 53
326 54
5155
2056
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
2
-
-
-
Total
T
-
-
-
107 28
-
-
-
96
19
-
-
-
1,30611
-
-
-
-6
7
8
9
-10
-
25 22
20 23
624
525
-26
-27
4
2
6
-
-
-
-
23
16
6
5
1
2
1
2
-
-
-
3
4
5
1032
5414
2611-
-
-
-
-
3 16
4 17
518
tO 19
10 20
11 21
1
-
-
-
-
3
4
4
9
8
11
-
-
-
-
-
83921371
1561
1902
189-
-
F
U
-
NO
1 11
-12
313
3 14
115
-
Facultés, etc.,
I
T
3
3
1
171
34445377-
-
-
-
Th4ologie'7
T
2 2-
-
Faculties, etc..
n.e.c.
Theolcgy"
Service social
F
F
M
T
-
-
U
F
-
Social work
T
M
T
-
-
F
U
T
-
--
155
-
Science mnagère
Gnie,
sciences appliquées
-
12
Physiothrap e et
ergothérapie_______
Education
physique
F
Household science
-
-
143
Physiotherapy and
occupational therapy
Physical and health
education
M
24
10
13
4
5
17
42
32
17
5
-
-
34
24
33
52
46
51
12
2
4
1
-
11,850
8
2
15
11
14
33
24
33
51
43
49
-
94
4
3
14
15
14
-
M
T
-
4
4
-
-
6
1
5
23
18
12
-
-
2
1
6
2
3
1
4
-
12
2
4
1
-
F
3
-
4
4
-
-
6
I
5
23
18
11
-
4
3
14
14
14
-
M
-
-
1
-
-
-
3
-
-
T
F
M
-
-
P6dagogie' 1
-
Commerce, adminis- Art dentaire
tration des affaires
T
Engineering,
applied science
Education 11
Dentistry
-
I
--
516 14,197
2,181 16.378
57
11,350 12,533 10,850 12,244 11,808
9,382 11,410
58
792
-
-
432
84
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
42
TABLE 8. Salaries of University Teachers, by Subject and Sex in the Humanities, 1967-68"
Pure humanities
-
Humanits pures
Modern language and literature
Classical language
and literature'0
Fine arts"
Beaux-arts 29
Langues et littératures modernes
English
Langues et litt8ratures
classiques'°
French
-
-
Anglais
Français
I
MFTMFTMFTMF
No.'
T
I Number reported - Nombre d8clar .... 22035255203272308612211.082402162564
2 3rd quartile - 3e quartile .................$ 13,600 613,27513,075613.284 12.73510,58412,25012.1799.816 11.600
3 1 Median - Mdiane .............................$ 11,1009,95010,81210.5699.47510,56710,0238.5179.79410.0448.4009,518
4 1st quartile - let quartile ...............$ 9.5676
9,4389,0896910508,7847,2318.3398.5897,5658.075
Applied humanities - Humanitds appliques
Pure humanities - Humanits pures Pure humanities, n.e.c. 29Total, pure humanities Music
Humanits pures, n.d.a." Total, human its pures Musique
Fine and applied art"
Arts appliqu8s'
MFTMFTMFTMFT
5 Number reported - Nomhre dclar6 .... 182282102,7826693.45178261048717104
6 3rd quartile - 3e quartile .................$ 14.030 5
12,87512,22910,21012.45212,675-12,10012,212612,100
7 Median - Médiane .............................$ 10,425 9.60010.30010.0638,66210.02110.0169,1509,9339.6759.3259,584
8 1st quartile - let quartile ...............$ 9.52869,150
8,8707.5868,5839.050 8.9508.42568,300
1
Notes follow the last table.
TABLE 9. Salaries of University Teachers, by Subject and Sex, in the Social Sciences, 1967- 6848
Pure social sciencc - Sciences sociales pures
Economics and political science - Sciences 6conomiques et science poliuique
Economics
political science
Economics and political
science, n.e.c."
Total, economics and
political science
Sciences dconorniques
Science politique
Sciences dconorniques et
science politique, n.d.a."
Total, sciences 8conomiques et sciencepolitique
MFT
MFT
M
No.
I I Number reported - Nombre dc1ar6
467
2 3rd quartile - 3e quartile .................$ 14,058
3Median - Mdiane .............................$ 11,530
41st quartile - ler quartile ...............$ 10,050
FT
13480
13.650
10,05011,238
6
10,014
6
29315308
74478
13.644613.600
15,950 15,550
10.80710,35010.600
11,450611.500
9.271'9.250 H0,075610.075
Applied social science
Notes follow the last table.
834
14,075
11.315
9.869
F
T
32
6
10.200
6
Education"
Household science
home economics"
Law
Commerce, administration des affsires"
Pdagogie"
Science mnagère"
Droit
MF
45311464 1701222
14. 55514.520 14, 762 13,010
11.81210.01611,733 12.54810,766
9,88069,844 10,6539,014
866
14.025
11,275
9845
Sciences sociales appliques
Commerce, business
administration"
MFT
5 ' Number reported - Nombre dclar ....
6 3rd quartile - 3e quartile .................$
.7 Median - Mdiane.............................$
8 1st quartile - ler quartile ................$
-
M
-T
MFT
M
923
14,269
12,088
10.275
12115127
11.62512,012
10, 950 9.8259,875
6
8.6588.692
254
15.416
12.450
10,505
6
F
T
8
6
6
6
262
15,350
12.300
10.325
43
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UN1VERSITS TABLEAU 8. TraitemenLs des prolesseurs d'universitê, selon Ia matière et le sexe (humanits), 1967- 6816
Pure humanities - Human1Us ptires
Modern language and literature
- - -
-
Langues et uittratures modernes
German
Allemand
F
M
31
101
12,250
91890
6
9.025
6
8,525
Modern language and
literature, n.e.c. 22
Total, modern language
and literature
Langues et 1ittratures
modernes, n.d.a."
Total, langues et
lltt6ratures modernes
T
MF
132
12.075
9,829
8.250
12,775
10.680
9.200
M
T
Applied humanities
-
-
Philosophie"
M
FT
2.297
12.065
9.780
8.356
553
10, 122
8.540
7,553
1395191.744
10.04512, 14212,613
9.02510.03010.073
7,6468,7448.843
380
Philosophy 22
Applied humanities, n.e.c.' Total, applied humanities
Thêologie"
Humanités appliquées, n.d.a."Total, humanits app1iques
___
T
839
13,7256
11.0406
8.8756
92
12,900
10.600
8,550
26
6
9,300
6
459
13,058
10.392
9.028
No
1
2
3
4
Total, humanities
Theology"
MF
433
13,192
10,575
9.064
Human1ts appliquêes
T
F
Total, humanits
__ ___ MFTMFT
M
40387828890378
15.033614,45013,25012.61212,850
12,70011.85012,60050,30010.05010,250
10.3509.0158,2758.850
10.8006
3.070
13,020
10,327
9.014
T
F
759
10.468
91000
7.600
3,829
12,524
10,139
8.590
5
6
7
8
Les notes sont données après le dernier tableau.
TABLEAU 9. Traitements des prolesseurs d'universit, selon Is matiêre et le sexe (sciences sociales), 1967.68, 6
Pure social science - Sciences aociales pures
Geography
History
Psychology
Gographie
Histoire
Psychologie
MF
MFT
29412
13. 150
11.0649.000
6
9.6081
306
13.094
11,018
9,545
552
12,875
10.553
9,259
47
10.825
9.450
8,325
538
14,012
11.400
9,750
599
12,731
10,450
9.156
83
11,812
10,010
8,875
621
13.762
11,239
9,562
Pure social
science. n.e.c.
Total, pure
social science
Sociologie et
anthropologie
Sciences socjales
pures, n.d.a.
Total, sciences
sociales pures
MF
MFT
T
Sociology and
anthropology
MFTMFTN0
T
320
97
369
49
14,200 11,037 13.319 13,035
11,100 9.825 10.819 10.583
9.540 8.562 9.425 9,175
239 2,874
113 2.635
12,73713.760 11.442 13.526
9,600 10,337 11.082 9.719 11.008
6
9.112 9.589 8.553 9.532
16
6
1
2
3
4
Applied social science - Science sociales sppliquées
Physical and health
education
Social work
Education physique
Service social
M
F
229
12,065
10,269
8,704
98
10.025
8.240
7,569
T
62
327
11.869 F14,4 50
11,600
9,712
9.825
81100
FT
60
12.550
11,050
91100
Les notes sont donnes spies le detnier tableau.
122
14.016
11.300
9.484
Applied social
science, n.e.c.'°
Total, applied
social science
Sciences sociales
appliquées, n.d.a.'°
Total, sciences
sociales appllques
MF
T
1012
6 6
6
11.8508.150
6 6
M
22
10,300
6
1,721
14.551
12,039
10.060
F
526
12.050
10,050
8,342
Total, social science
Total, sciences soclales
T
2.247
14,040
11.552
9.634
M
4,356
14.096
11.490
91811
F
765
11.782
9,887
8,431
T
5.121
13,800
11,204
9.560
5
6
7
8
44
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
TABLE 10. Salaries of University Teachers, by Subject and Sex, in the Biological Sciences, 1967 -68','
Pure biological science - Sciences hiologiques pures
Botany
Zoology"
Botanique Zoologie"
M
1Number reported -Nombre déclaré ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,
23rd quartile - 3e quartile..........................................$
3Median-Médiane.......................................................$
41stquartile-ler quartile ........................................$
F
112
16,850
12,700
10,467
T
18
M
130
16,550
12.275
10,316
10,350
F
384
16,700
13,600
11,067
T
48
11,700
9,750
7,550
432
16,515
13,054
10,600
Applied biological science - Sciences biologiques appliquees
Medicine"
Nursing
-
Médecine"
MFT
5Number reported - Nombre déclaré ..............................
63rdquartile- 3equartile.......................................... $
7Median-Médiane....................................................... $
81stquartile-lerquartile........................................ $
902
18,087
14,715
12.050
70
14.050
10,600
9,075
M
972
17,080
13,866
11.069
F
1
T
221
10.042
8,375
7,106
6
222
10,039
8,350
7,096
Notes follow the last table.
TABLE 11. Salaries of University Teachers, by Subject and Sex, in the Physical Sciences, 1967- 68 1 , 6
Pure physical science - Sciences physiques pures
Geology" Mathematics"
Chimie"
Geologie" Mathématiques"
MF
No.
1
2
3
4
Chemistry"
Number reported - Nombre déclaré ..........................
754
3rd quartile - 3equartile....................................$
15,217
Median-Médiane.................................................$ 112,125
1st quartile -lerquartile ....................................$
10,407
44
11,050
9.600
7,250
T
M
F
798
14, 950
12,044
10,255
210
14,784
12.300
10,484
T
1
6
6
6
M
F
211 1866
14, 775
13,821
12,288
11.107
10,458
9.546
T
63
10.763
9,569
8.375
929
13,572
11,034
9.538
Applied physical science - Sciences physiques appliquées
Engineering - Genie
Electrical engineering
Mechanical engineering
Mining engineering" 2
Genie électrlque
Genie inécanlque
Genie minier"'
M
5
6
7
8
Number reported - Nombre déclaré .........................275
...
3rdquartile- 3equartile............. ....................... $
14 512
Median-Médiane .................................................$
12.208
1stquartile -ler quartile ....................................$
10,344
Notes follow the last table.
F
T
1
6
6
6
276
14,500
12,200
10,350
M
238
14,675
12,216
10,350
F
-
T
M
238112
14,67516,700
12,21613,833
10.35011,500
F
T
2
6
'
'
114
16.650
13,800
11,475
45
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES TABLEAU 10. Traltements des prolesseurs d'universitê, selon Ia matière cite sexe (sciences biologiques), 1967- 68 1
Pure biological science
Total, pure biological science
Pure biological science, n.e.c."
-
Total, sciences biologiques pures
F
M
T
F
Sciences biologiques appliquèes
-
Dentistry
Agriculture
-
Sciences biologiques pores, n.d.a."
M
Applied biological science
Sciences biologiques pures -
M
T
'
-
Art dentaire
F
M
T
385
52
437
881
118
999
286
294
126
14769
11200
14,419
15,694
11,650
15,442
15,616
6
15,450
17,625
12,012
10.000
11.630
12.639
9,950
12,289
13,066
6
12,850
15,100
10.091
8,800
9,891
10,528
8,350
10,146
11,056
6
11,019
13,075
8
T
F
NO
138
1
17,023
2
10,200
15060
3
6
11,675
12
Applied biological science - Sciences blologiques appliquées
Pharmacy
Applied biological
sciencen.e.c."
Total, applied
biological science
Physiothérapie
ergo the rapi e ld
Sciences biologiques
appllquées, n.d.a."
Total, sciences
biologiques appliquées
Pharmacie
M
T
F
M
I
F
M
T
F
48
61
199
15,250
6
15,246
6
9,200
9,619
16,011
12,100
6
12,016
8,650
8,100
8,150
12.750
10,684
6
10,588
6
7,625
7,605
10,047
83
5
78
Total, biological science
Phyalo and occpationa1
therapy
13
18
6
10,250
'
F
M
T
Total, sciences blologiques
T
M
F
T
217
1,605
382
1,987
2,986
5
17,084
10.850
16,312
2,486
16,650
500
15,537
11.050
16,030
6
12,350
14,042
9,150
13,074
13,549
9.300
12,764
7
10,011
11,524
7,577
10,317
10,027
7,597
10,234
8
Les notes sont données spree le dernier tableau.
TABI.EAF 11. Traitements des prolesseurs d'université, selon Ia matière et Ic sexe (sciences physiques), 1967Pure physical science
-
655
15,014
M
T
F
12,055 9,150 12,005
6
10,077
10.107
Genie
Chemical engineering
Civil engineering"
rAnie chimique
Genie civil"
T
M
F
M
T
F
T
NO
116
150
-
150
345
-
345
1
13,050
16,116
-
16,116
14,775
-
14,775
2
9,560
11,622 12,012
6
12,000
12.550
-
12,550
12,608
-
12,608
3
7.812
10,013 10,625
6
10,500
11.081
11.081
10,832
-
10.832
4
14,587
11,030
11,700
-
11,700
11,820
-
6
10,052
28
F
-
6
126
6
-
Sciences physiques appliquées
14,303 13.088
2,513
-
28
14,888
TM
F
M
T
6
873
18
6
F
Architecture
-
Total, sciences
physiques pores
Sciences physiques
puree, n.d.a.
-
Engineering
Total, pure
physical science
-
Physique'
Applied physical science
Sciences physiques pures
Pure physical
science, n.e.c.
Phslcs"
M
-
2.639
3
113
-
j
Applied physical science - Sciences physiques appliquées
Engineering
-
Genie
Total, physical science
Total, applied
physical science
Applied physical science, n.e.c.'
-
Engineering, n.e.c. Total, engineeringSciences physiques Total, sciences
-
physiques appiiquées
-
n.d.a.`
Total, genie
Genie. n.d.a.
M
T
F
M
TM
F
-
128
1,248
-
13,050
15,000
6
11,450
-.
11,450
12,313
6
9,967
-
9,967
10.600
T
M
112
1,467
F
14.981 ' 14,350
6
14:100
14,784
12,050
6
11,900
12,231
j 10,078
6
10.014
10,573
106
3
128
13,050
F
Les notes sont données après le dernier tableau.
6
T
F
12
7,950
6
Total, sciences physiques
M
F
T
1,479
3.980
138
4,118
5
14,757
14,686
11,010
15,023
6
12,209
12.026
10.174]
9.530
11.892
7
7.650 [
10.082
8
10,555
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
46
TABLE 12. Salaries or University Teachers, by Years Since Award of First Degree,
Sex and Field, 196768 1 . 1
TABLEAu 12. Traitements des professeurs d'université, selon les années depuis le premier grade,
selon le sexe et le domaine, 1967- 68,2
Years (to 1967) since award of first degree
No
university
Annes (Jusqu'en 1967) depuis le premier grade
Salary range
Echelle de traitement
0- 4
10-14
5-9
20-24
I
All fields (men only)
$30,000 and over
- et plus .....................
29,000 - $29,999 .......................................
28,000-28.999 .......................................
27,000-27,999 ......................................
26,000-26,999 ......................................
25,000-25,999 .......................................
24,000-24,999 ......................................
23,000-23.999 ......................................
22,000-22.999 .......................................
21,000-21,999 .......................................
20000-20,999 ......................................
19,000-19,999 ............................ . ....... ..
18,000-18,999 .......................................1
17,000-17,999 .......................................
16,000-16,999 ......................................
1
15,000-15,999 ......................................
1
14,000-14,999 ......................................
2
13.000-13.999 ......................................
5
12,000-12,999 ......................................11
11.000-11,999 ......................................23
10,000 -10,999......................................
93
9,000-9,999 ......................................206
8,000-8,999 ......................................255
7,000-7,999 ......................................324
6,000-6,999 ......................................102
5,000-5,999 ......................................
3
4
Under - Moms de $5,000 .....................
-
-
-
-
-
-
I
25-29
-
40 - 44
30 - 34
-
-
-
-
-
45 et
plus
1
3
1
-
1
-
5
8
9
Total
univer- gnementS
sitaire
-724
-
-
3
I102
-
143
37
1451131007549223
1941351177645205
137
180
302
490
568
563
2851601015642156
320869
81
43
36
103
213
452
875
912 1
I469
171
41
-
Pas de
rensel-
I5I274
-
7264
-
9422
560
232717
15
11
27
2
Pas de
grade
ation
J
3
1
10
4
-
4
4
-
-
No
inform-
Tous doinaines (hommes seulement)
-
45 and
over
degree
366
151
37
8
4
2
-
2791142674527109
357140604124101
435116753920:86
3118945271332
208543823792
1484316101562
541235232
1657I33
10132123
2
2
-
224823
5391,087
7361,456
4641,601
101071,989
101141,848
8561,020
234603
110184
1220
-
212
Number reported
-
Nombre dc1ar 1,0313,348
I 2.995
2.6981,28090462842319457
5658314,197
Median salary
Traitement medIan $ 8,172 10,030
1 11,588
13,365 15,097 16,320 16,878 17,207 17,266 114,650
10,45010,59111,808
-
-
-
-
All fields (women only)
-
Tons domaines (femmes seulernent)
$30,000 and over - et plus ..............
29,000 - $29,999 ................................
28,000- 28,999 ................................
27,000- 27,999 ................................
26,000- 26,999 ................................
25.000-25,999 ......................................
24,000-24,999 ......................................
23,000- 23999 ......................................
22.000-22,999 ......................................
21,000-21,999 ......................................
20,000- 20,999......................................
19,000- 19,999 ......................................
18,000-18.999 ......................................
17,000-17,999 ......................................
16,000-16,999 ......................................
2
15,000-15,999 ...................................... 14,000-14,999 ...................................... 4
2 14
13,000- 13.999 ......................................
6 20
12,000- 12,999 ......................................
1637
11,000-11,999 ...................................... 74
6
57
10,000- 10,999 ......................................
9,000-9,999 ...................................... 31 122 85
8,000-8,999 ......................................
5610550
32
7,000-7,999 ...................................... 16884 16
7
6,000-6,999 ...................................... 76
2
15
5,000 -5,999 ......................................
2
Under - Moms de $5,000......................
Nombre declare .....
Number reported
-
Median salary
Traitement median
-
Notes follow the last table.
-
$
357413328
7,5188,8929,785
I-, 21-
-
1326421231453664555522
4
6
-
-
-
18
2
102781421
187123822617146424
412415111011
42311613933
602919103444371219651
2928111451-
15134422
1
85111
21
12
12
-
-
3062
10,867 10,315
Lea notes sont données après le dernier tableau.
-
-
-
-
125 I100
11,850 111,100
-
-
-
-
2
138
14
182
278
11
27
27
15
47
19
5
2
48
60
6
5
8
4
8
25
31
5
95
393
334
386
142
31
8
813613371732,181
13,825
~
13.550 13,0257,7508.2649,382
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
47
TABLE 12. Salaries of University Teachers, by Years Since Award 01 First Degree,
Sex and Field, 1967-68 - Continued
TABLEAU 12 Traitements des prolesseurs d'universit, selon les années depuis le premier grade,
selon le sexe et le doinaine, 1967- 68 - Suite
Years (to 1967) since award of first degree
No
university
degree
-
Années (jusqu'en 1967) depuis le premier grade
-__
Salary range
Echelle de traitement
0-4
J
91 0- 14
15- 19
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45and
over
-
45et
plus
-
NO
informatlon
-
Pas de pas de
grade
renseiuniver- genments
Sitaire
Total
All fields men and women) - Tous domalnes (homnies et tenunes)
$30.000 and Over - et plus ...................- -.-573
29.000 -$29,999 .................................... ..---1-1
28.000- 28.999 .....................................- --1-3
.
2'7,000-27.999 ....................................-11-1
26.000- 26.999 .....................................- --136
25.000- 25,999 .. .................................. .---888
24,000-24.999 .....................................- --845
23.000- 23.999 .....................................- -191412
22.000 - 22.999 .....................................- -1081732
21.000- 21.999 .....................................- 142032 I30
20.000- 20.999 .....................................- 215395255
191000-19.999 .....................................- -11545352
18.000- 18.999 .....................................1 5271058567
. 837146117 1105
17.000-17.999 .................................... 16.000-16.999 .....................................1 982198140122
15.000- 15,999 .....................................1 44139295162108
14.000- 14,999 .....................................
23618429714979
13.000- 13.999 .......................................5 10531638315774
12.000- 12.999 .......................................12 21951047614090
111000-11.999 .......................................24 46860535312061
10.000- 10.999 ......................................99 9326372688357
9,000-9.999 ......................................237 1.0344511928028
8.000-8.999 .....................................311 574201834014
7.000-7.999 .....................................492 25569311811
6,000-6.999 .....................................180 57151864
5.000-5.999 .....................................18 65331
Under - Moms de $5,000 .....................5 6312Number reported - Nombre déclart1.3883,7613.3233,0041.4921.029
Median salary - Traitement medIan $ 8,000 9.936 11.4 1575 - 14.565 15. 842
4311--24
2-----4
131---9
1311--9
41----15
7641-143
4441--30
14144--169
2085--3103
2220141--144
4831192-15278
3639162-7270
6849195-9440
785528317585
8150227
234748
6456177321917
4835129230,883
47281256441. 182
5030977441.594
4022654751.783
3310132121212.267
292111314141 I 2,241
1974216831,354
555-1781989
3212I4629326
-2123751
-320
----
7285042307093756 16,378
16.215
17.02014.5009,28410,028 11,503
Faculty administration (men and women) - .'%dministratlon de Ia Iacultt- (hommes et femmes)
$30,000 and over- etplus ...................---31
29.000-529,999 .................................... ..---1-28.000- 28,999 .....................................-----3
27000- 27,999 .....................................- -1--26.000- 26.999 .....................................- ---11
25.000- 25,999 .....................................- --2-2
24,000- 24.999 .....................................- --632
23,000- 23.999 .....................................- --634
22.000-22,999 .....................................- -214 18
21.000- 21.999 .....................................- -1657
20,000- 20,999 ......................................- -144 i6
191000-19,999 .................... . ............... ..--1755
18,000- 18,999 .................................... .
-3626
17,000- 17,999 .................................... ..--3932
..16.000- 16.999 . ..................................
-3132
12
71
9
213
2
15.000- 15.999 .....................................- 12443
14.000- 14,999 .....................................1 --534
.
13,000-13.999 .................................... -2131
12,000 -12.999 .....................................- --111,000- 11,999 ......................................1 -1--10.000- 10.999 .....................................--21-91000-91999 ............................ ..........-----8.000-81999 ... . ...................... ...........-----7.000-7.999 .................................... ..-----6.000-6.999 ......................................1 ----5.000 -5,999 .....................................- ----Under - Moms de $5,000 .....................- ----Number reported - Nombre dtclaré ......
Median salary - Traltement median
I
$I
3122
6
6
644457584119
17,300 19.200 19.600 20.750 20.050 21.250 22.850
Notes follow the last table. - Lea notes sont donnèes après is dernier tableau.
21-
6
6
I131324
19.075 120.077
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
48
TABLE 12. Salaries or University Teachers, by Years Since Award of First Degree,
Sex and Field 1967-68 1 .'
Continued
-
TABLEAU 12. Traitements des professeurs d'université, selon les années depuis le premier grade.
selon le sexe et le domaine, 1967- 68 1 .'
suite
-
Years (to 1967) since award or lirsI degree No
-
univer-No
Annes (jusqu'en 1967) depuis le premier grade
Salary range
sityInformdegreeation
Echelle de traltement
0-45-910-1415-1920-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44
45 and-
- Total
Pas de
I overPas de
I
-
graderensei-
I 45 etuniver- gnements
plussitaire
Humanities (men and women)
-
Humanités (hommes et lemmes)
$30,000 and over - et plus....................
29,000-$29,999 ....................................
28,000-28,999 ....................................
27,000-27,999 ....................................
26,000- 26,999 ....................................
25,000- 25,999 ....................................
24.000- 24.999 ....................................
23,000- 23,999 ....................................
22,000- 22,999 ....................................
21.000- 21.999 ....................................
20,000- 20,999 ....................................
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 ....................................
7,000-7,999 ....................................
6,000-6,999 ....................................
5,000-5,999 ....................................
Under - Moms de $5,000 ....................
Number reported
Median salary
-
-
Nombre déclaré .....
Traltement m&lian $
-
-
-
-
-
2
-
2
-
1
-
1
-
14
47
96
185
71
9
1
4
311
249
124
26
5
2
9
18
39
116
2
3
2
7
2
8
38
25
1014
1619
2320
5
6
9
5
9
9
2
5
5
17
23
41
3
4
12
23
10
3
6
5
18
28
61
108
169
167
89
31
8
I
1
37
58
105
100
76
2425
2518
3620
3425
4421
2717
81
39
14
8
3110
195
5 6
22
1
1
25,000-25,999.....................................
24,000-24,999.....................................
23,000-23,999.....................................
22,000-22,999.....................................
21,000-21,999.....................................
20,000-20,999.....................................
19,000-19,999.....................................
18,000-18,999.....................................
17,000- 17,999.....................................
16,000- 16,999.....................................1
-
9
12
21
14
11
18
12
11
5
2
2
15
9
11
5
5
1
10,127
11,845
12,642 14,080
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
14, 300
-
I
2
13
15
19
26
29
3
7
21
22
18
15,000- 15,999.................................... .
14.000- 14,999.....................................
13,000- 13,999...................................... 3
12,000-12,999...................................... 7
11,000- 11,999.....................................
16
10.000-10,999.....................................
34
9
12
35
71
182
353
40
55
99
152
202
199
98
96
120
158
114
89
44
40
46
34
39
22
38
27
23
33
26
24
24
10
9,000-9.999.....................................
8,000-8.999.....................................
7,000-7,999.....................................
6,000 -6,999.....................................
5,000 -5,999.....................................
Under - MoAns de $5,000... ..................
374
202
65
14
1
150
55
8
4
46
18
11
2
I
21
13
5
2
9
5
I
-
-
114
120
140
49
2
I
-
Number reported
-
Median salary
Traltement median $ 8,412 10,005 11,425
-
1
3
2
3
-
122
70
-
1
-
1
-
25
15,500 L
14.150
-
I
-
-
8
2
2
4
2
-
2
2
-
2
9
8
8
16
16
16
5
3
5
4
4
12
10
7
7
4
4
5
3
3
1
2
3
10
6
2
10
19
4
I
10
41
9,950
223
9,350
-
-
-
.-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
2
1
2
2
1
-
2
1
2
-
-
I
I
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Les notes sont donntes aprIs le dernier tableau.
-
-
-
~
-
-
-
~ ~
-
-
-
-
13, 046 14, 237
1
-
-
-
Nombre déclaré487 1,323 1,016 912395
Notes follow the last table.
1
15,200
3
5
3
2
2
-
1
2
10
16
17
34
43
-
2
18
3.829
10,139
2
2
5
-
16
10
26
34
65
2
4
1
-
3
3
4
11
29
1
-
2
5
8
6
4
I
2
2
28
36
3
65
93
115
2
3137
6 145
413 199
2 11 283
2 15361
8
30
477
844727
834 552
5
45420
8
130
2
22
11
-
3
11
10
3
2
1
1
1
II- I-ìI
1
1
-
5
-
Scien rca soclales (hommes et Fe nmes)
1
3
4
-
12
166
305 1222
Social scienci a (men and womer 1
$30.000 and over - et plus ...................... 29,000-$29,999 .................................... .
28,000-28,999.....................................
27,000-27,999.....................................
26,000-26,999.....................................
-
11
15
1
424 I906 I702 I623
7.5739,080
17
3
6
-
1
-
-
1
1
2
1
3
-
1
2
2
5
6
3
-
8
18
18
4
3
3
5
17
65
65
lOS
153
228
6
13
16
12
33
38
284
273
366
505
636
786
48
24
7
5
792
455
250
88
2
12
2
3
3041791184616272985,121
15,080
15.512 1
16,9 00
15,2007,95010,546 11,204
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES LTNIVERSITES
49
TABLE 12. Salaries of University Teachers, by Years Since Award of First Degree,
Sex and Field, 1967 - 68 1 . - Concluded
TABLEAU 12. Traitements des professeurs d'universit, selon les années depuis le premier grade,
selon le sexe et le domaine, 1967- 68 - fin
Years (to 1967) since award of first degree Salary range
Echelle de traitement
No
untver-No
sity J inform_______
degree I ation
45
and
I
--Total
Over Pas de I Pas de
I
0-45-910- 1415 - 19 20-24 25- 29 30 - 34 I 35 - 39 40-44-grade I rensei45 et univer- ignements
I
plussitaireJ
AnnfPS (jusqu'en 1967) depujs le premier grade
-
Biological sciences (men and women) - Sciences blologiques (homnws et femmes)
$30000 andover_ - Pt plus..................... 29.000 - $29.999.. .................................... ..28.000-28.999...................................... ..27.000-27,999...................................... .
.-26.000-26,999...................................... ..25,000-25.999 ...................................... ..24,000-24.999...................................... ..23,000-23,999...................................... ..22,000-22.999...................................... ..21,000-21.999...................................... ..-
2
6
2
3
1-.-
-
1
2
3
1
---
-
4
1
2
3
3
5
1
3
8
9
5
2
4
5
8
1
2
4
9
8
3-2-, 3
2161-
-
-'7
-18
-I8
-18
-35
-37
3
11
14
25
11
11
20
37
41
38
26
17
30
22
26
18
13
18
30
39
16
9
17
13
19
83641572
13825-
-
598
-72
2142
-147
2161
46
50
61
106
90
103
71
76
97
90
51
50
29
32
31
31
12
20
19
16
16
11
6
10
56
26
16
1
15
8
5
2
3
3
2
3
1
1
28
17
3
5
1
1123151821
511
2241--1
21- 1 -
-
99
40
33
5
14
8
6
7
3
5
3
8
2
8231
4205
3248
3320
8236
10359
16253
6147
17156
956
111
-3
181
524
632
653
102435
15
942.986
7.650
10.526
12,051
13.832
8.016
9.850 12,764
20,000-20.999........................................191000-19,999............ ...... .................... ..18.000-18,999.......................... . ........... .
17,000-17.999...................................... ..16.000-16.999...................................... ..15.000-15.999........................................1
14.000-14.999...................................... ..13.000-13.999.......................................1
.
12.000 -12.999.......................................2
11.000-11.999...................................
3
101000-10.999...................................... .. 2
9.000-9.999........................................ 25
8,000-8.999........................................34
7.000-7.999........................................67
6,000-6.999.......................................
31
5.000 -5. 999.......................................5
Under - Moms de $5,000 ..................... .
Number reported - Nombre d6clar8
Median salary - Traitement median$
.7
2
-
3
6
5
30
15
27
59
56
145
-
-
-
344
235
158
15.525
16.788
17.300
-14
-
---
17.60017.350
3
5
7
-
Physic al sciences (men and women) - Sciences physiques (hornmes et Femes)
$30000 and over - et plus....................
29.000-$29,999 ......................................
28.000- 28.999......................................
27,000- 27.999......................................
26.000- 26,999......................................
1
ii
1
-I
-2
-4
2
11
4
3
7
21
-6
-2
-15
-15
-43
45
113
151
136
198
2
25.999...................................-.
24,999......................................
23.999......................................
22.999......................................
21.999......................................
6
5
2
13
20,000- 20.999......................................
19.000- 19,999......................................
18,000- 18.999......................................
17,000- 17.999......................................
16,000- 16,999......................................
4
5
6
19
6
9
26
45
71
9
13
26
42
45
3
9
8
10
14
10
28
32
2
8
34
71
191
318
46
61
126
191
204
164
81
83
107
122
88
52
61
49
41
41
25
14
23
14
14
21
8
6
14
11
18
24
19
10
8
17
9
7
6
37
9
3
3
13
6
2
5
2
25.00024.00023.00022,00021,000-
2,
15.000- 15.999......................................
14,000- 14.999......................................
13,000- 13,999......................................
12,000- 12.999......................................
111000- 11.999......................................
101000- 10.999......................................
2
4
39
9.000- 91999......................................
8,0008,999.....................................
7.000- 7,999.....................................
6.0006.999.....................................
5.999......................................
5.000Under - Moms de$5,000 ......................
51
61
100
28
2
3
250
83
33
12
78
31
14
1
1
Number reported - Nombre déclaré
293
1.007
951
752404
8.084
10. 294
11, 860
13.53315.236
Median salary - Traitement median $
3
Notes follow the last table. - Les notes Sont données après le dernier tableau.
211
16.1
3
2
3
2
3
2
2
145
123
5S
44
31
3
-
2
2
167
12152
16. 975
16.712 16. 500
2
2
3
1
23469
9200
5163
351
-6
-:3
10
1284. 118
11, 100
10.650 11.892
2
22
14.11
453
167
-103
1169
6222
3247
3245
9362
12481
14548
35641
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
50
TABLE 13. Salaries of University Teachers, by Years Since Award of First Degree and Region,
1967TABLEAU 13. Traitements des professeurs d'université, selon les années depuis le premier grade et
selon Ia region, 1967 - 68'
Years (to 1967) since award of first degree
No
university
degree
-
Annêes (Jusqu'en 1967) depuis le premier grade
0-45-910-1415-1920-2425-2930-3435-39
Atlantic Provinces
-
and
over
40-44
45 et
No
information
-
-
Pas de
Pan de
grade
renseluniver- gnements
sitaire
Total
Provinces Atlantlques
Number reported - Nombre d8claré.... 2154212992711318383
1616-
411,61?
6 6
3rd quartIle - 3e quartile ..................$ 8,091 10, 025 11,625 13, 708 14, 532 16.040 16,008 15,737
9 575 12,100
68.510 10,027
Median - Médiane ................................$ 7.5119,07510, 312 12, 003 12, 25013, 516 13, 850 14, 516
41LOO
12,1 13,550
1st quartIle - ler quartile ................ $7,0288,5039,257 10,098 110,086 11,275 11,875 11,025
6
'6.6258,556
Québec
Number reported - Nombre déclaré....3068027765763362201401095019101243,468
3rd quartile - 3e quartile .................. $9,33110,761 12,808 14,760 16,166 17, 062 17,900 18, 575 17, 650 6
10.300 14.060
Median - Médiane ................................$8,1669,93311,11712,791 14,30015, 400 16,50017,02516,600 15,0509,600
8,600 11,195
1st quartile - ler quartile ................$ 7,5038,7539,950 11,350 12,150 12, 700 13, 000 14, 275 14,850 6 67,3009,430
Onturlo
Number reported - Nombre déclaré.... 5191,4931,3371, 19157639728720710424621716,368
3rd quartile - 3e quartile .................. $9,047 11,063 13, 215 16. 029 18,025 18,692 19, 708 20, 003 20, 500 611,52514,944 15,063
Median - Médiane ....... ......................... $8,014 110,032 11,675 113,645 15, 120 116,470 16,750 17,175 17,95015,1008,70011,7 5011,844
1st quartile - ler quartile ................ $7,2299, 107 10,247 11,834 12,500 13,507 13,658 14,092 14.700 67,5759,0789,726
Western Provinces
Number reported - Nombre déclaré.... 348
3rd quartile - 3e quartile..................$9,227
Median - MSdiane .............. ..................$8, 06 6
1st quartile - ler quartile................$ 7,440
Notes follow the last table.
-
1,045
11,023
10, 038
9,246
911
13, 057
11,631
10,265
-
Provinces de l'Ouest
966J4491
32T 21 8
15,3 06 17,188 18,488 19,01 3
13,081 15,044 16, 116 116,51 0
11,439 12,293 12, 965j3. 41 0
147
19,121
16,610
13,895
60
19,200
16,200
6
11
6
15,750
11,700
21
9,550
6
6
420
12,036
10,433
9,333
4,925
14,654
11,597
9,876
Lea notes sont donnêes après le dernier tableau.
TABLE 14. Salaries of University Teachers, by Years Since Award of First Degree
and Size of Institution, 1967-68'
TABLEAU 14. Traitements des professeurs d'université, selon les années depuis le premier grade et
selon I' importance de l'institution, 1967 -68 Y
Years (to 1967) since award of first degree No
univer-No
-
Annêes (jusquen 1967) depuis le premier grade
F
J7d
0-45-910-1415-1920-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44
14 institutions with enrolment of 5,000
Number reported - Nombre dlclaré....
3rd quartIle - 3e quartile .................. $
Median - Médiane ............................ $
1st quartile - ler quartile .................. $
7212, 3252, 192
15 InstItutions
Numberreported
Nombre dlclarl....
3rd quartIle 3e quartile..................$
Median Médiane ................................. $
1st quartile
ler quartile ..................$
-
-
-
-
Notes follow the last table.
-
J
2,0641,01 5
9,475 11,068 13,094 115,247 I 17.59I?
8,291 10,076 11 ,6581 12 ,1851 15,19 4
7,513
9,246
5
388
8,591
7.611
7. 06 6
I
994
10, 443
9.554
8,612
and over
285f
15,575
13,525
11,533
Les notes sont données aprés le dernier tableau.
-
14
I
-
18,769
484
19,133
19, 58 4
20,2756
16,950
13,844
17,260
15,012
17,55015,750
15,0126
-
Pae Pasde Total
graderenseluniver gnements
Institutions colnptant 5,000 inscriptions
16,493
13,474
with enrolment of 2,000 - 4,999
754657
12,4 58114,692
10,89212,635
9,69011,075
sityinform-
360
et plus
88
0,438
11,500
9,300
7,800
5,186
2,018
0.O18
q
744
15 institutions comptant 2,000 - 4,999 inscriptions
212
17,2 00 17,325
15,1 00 15,100
12,600 ~ 12.094
81
1
15825
12,412
34
15
6
~13, 6950
6
14,050
6
6
6
6
5
365
It 555
10, 206
9,026
3,947
13,094
10, 592
9,083
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
51
TABLE 14. Salaries of University Teachers, by Years Since Award of First Degree
and Size of Institution, 1967-68 1 ,
TABLEAU
Concluded
-
14. Traitenients des professeurs d'université, scion les annes depuis Ic premier grade et
scion I'lmportance de l'institution, 1967W 68,2
-
fin
No
Years (to 1967) since award of first degree
univer-No
sityinformdegreeation
- Total
45 and-
overPas de Pas de
29E34 5-39 40-44- grade rensel45 etuniver- gnements
plussitaire
-
Annes (Jusqu'en 1967) depuis le premier grade
0-45 - 910 -
14 15 19 20 24 25
-
-
-
8 iNstitutions with enimlment of 1,000- 1,999
-
8 InstitutIons contant 1000-1,999 Inscriptions
14844
Number reported - Nombre dclaré 1301981721326647442759-
-
6
12,733
3rd quartile - 3e quartile .................. $8,561 ~ 10,350 12,400 ~ 14,800 14,075 14,062 15,000 66
6
- 7,150 10,136
Median - Médiane .............................. $7,7569,344 10,367 1 12,500 11,50012,55013,800 14,775 6 6
1
10,233
9,550
11,458
12.020
7,048
1
8,532
9,086
8,600
1st quartile - ler quartile ................ $
14 institutions with enrIment of 500-999
-
14 institutIons comptant 500- 999 inscriptions
106738
Number reported - Nombre déclaré 991601209749373221116-
6
6 66 0
- 13, 025 12,578
3rd quartIle - 3e quartile .................. $8,143 10.100 12, 200 15, 037 15, 537
6
- 10,067 10,050
Median- Médlane ........................... ... $7,587, 9.280 10,560 12,050 12,275 13 550 13,100 14,516 14.550 6 6 6 6
- 9,035 8,575
1st qu ar tile - Icr quartile ................ $7.039 ] 8,5009,4679,862 10, 012
14 institutions with emolment
under 500
-
14 institutIons Comptant moms de 500 inscriptions
56411
Number reported - Nombre déclaré508485542724111523-
6 6 6 66
- 15, 000 13, 585
3rd quartile - 3e quartile .................. $8,583 12,233 13, 095 15. 050 13,400 16,050 II 750 - 14,050 1 11,208
Median - Médlane .............................. $8,0009,525 11.025 11.800 12.250
1 6 8 - 12,600 8,727
1st quartile - Icr quartile ................ $7,3508.4009,212 10, 525 6 6
Notes follow the last table.
-
Les notes sont données après Ic dernier tableau.
TABLE 15. Salaries of University Teachers, by Years Since Award of First Degree
and Control of Institution, 1967681,2
TABLEAU 15. Traitements des prolesseurs d'universitê, scion les années depuis Ic premier grade et
scion Ia direction de i'institution, 1967- 68 1 , 2
Years (to 1967) since award of first degree -
No
univer-No
sityinformdegreeation
45and- - Total
over Pas de Pas de
40-44- graderensel45 etuniver- gnements
plussitaire
Années (jusqu'en 1967) depuis le premier grade I
0-45-910-14
I
I
I 15-19 20-24
I
25-29 30-34
12 InstitutIons under federal or provincial contzoi
35 39
-
-
12 institutions fédérales ou provinciales
_____
Number reported
Nombre déclaré ......
3rd quartile - 3e quartile .................. $
Median - Médlane ............................... $
let quartile - let quartile .................. $
-
-
4731,4871,3001,35863845733824110919834846,987
9,232 11,061 13,259 15,82117,816 19,168 20,006 19,637 20,592 11,92512,800 15,095
8,067 10,050 11,694 13.450 15,232 16,514 17,000 17,078 18,075 15 7509,07510,557 11.836
14,325 13,525'7,6759,3339.898
7,3319,216 10, 343 11.610 12. 625 13.131 1
32 institutions under church control
Number reported - Nombre déclaré 314562L9,539 367232 6
1
47513. 15614,97516,42
3rd quartile - 3e quartile .................. $8,14210,028
47212, 10713,16714, 75(
Median - Médiane .............................. $7.5009,068
11,631
10.544
6,916
8,093235
10,600
1St quart il e - let quartile ..................$ 103
16,942
14,850
12,025
-
32 InstItutions religleuses
89
17,644
15,550
12,312
22 Institutions lndendent of church and state
Number reported - Nonibre déclaré
3rd quartile - 3e quartile.................. $
Median - Médlane ...............................$
1st quart il e - ler quartile ..................$
Notes
follow the last table.
-
1,712
601
009
9,137
8,082 F,020
7,515
9,068
1,484
13,055
11,581
10,098
1,279
15, 591
13,293
11,519
622
17,130
14,529
12,012
Lea notes soft données aprSs le dernler tableau.
407
18.003
16.004
13,247
287
18,404
16,116
12,488
-
6
15.550
6
6
21
14.125
6
6
4
6
6
55
9,812
8,350
6,788
2,492
12,619
10.188
8,570
217
12,082
9,475
8,054
14,364
22 institutions indépendantes
174
19, 058
16,400
14,075
86
19,075
16.467
14. 325
6
24
14,300
'
6
6
6
6
6,899
11,535
9,605
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
52
TABLE 16. Salaries of University Teachers, by Rank and Highest Earned Iniversity Degree, 1967 68l 2
TABLEAU 16. Traitements des professeurs d'université, selon Ic rang et le plus haut grade universitaire acquis,
1967 68 2
Salary range
-
Echelle de traltement
Asso (tatA4sistantProfessorsLecturers and
DeansProfessorsprofess,rspr!essorsungradedinstructors
--I----Total
Doyens 1ProfesseursProfesseursProtesseursprofesseursCharges
titulaireJagregesjadJointsnon classes 3de cours
DoeWrate - Doctorat'5
4
5
-
-
-
9
$30000 and over - et plus .................................. 7
23
15
1
-
-
-
26,000429.900 ..................................................
27
25,000- 25,999 ..................................................
8
17
2
-
-
-
-
19
14
3
2
-
-
24,000. 24,999 ...................................................
-
49
18
31
-
-
-
23,000- 23.999 ...................................................
-
63
19
43
-
1
-
22.000- 22,999.................................................
-
104
1
-
22
80
1
21000- 21,999 ...................................................
-
178
1
151
5
1
20
20.000- 20,999 ..................................................
196
1
1
14i 175
5
19.000-19,999 ..................................................
14
3
2
-
283
8
256
18,000- 18,999 ..................................................
6
-
402
360
26
1
17,000- 17,999 ..................................................
9
-
490
397
78
6
5
4
16,000- 16,999 ..................................................
561
347
179
16
9
1
9
15,000- 15,999 ...................................................
538
397
28
6
2
14,000- 14,999 ...................................................
2
103
760
3
687
40
9
2
19
13,000- 13,999 ...................................................
754
174
10
4
948
-
6
12,000-12,999 ...................................................
657
4
11 1.006
-
3
331
11,000- 11,999 ..................................................
12
19 1,096
10,000- 10,999 ..................................................
-
-
19 1,046
7
757
689
55
-
1
5
9,000-9,999 ..................................................
124
-
66
5
53
8,000-8,999 ..................................................
-
-
30
35
-
3
1
7,000-7,999 ..................................................
-
I
4
5
11
-
1
1
6,000-6,999 ..................................................
-
4
8
-
2
2
Under - Moms de $6,000 ..................................
-
-
160 2,013 2,507 2,741
80
186 7,687
Number reported - Nornbre déclaré Median salary - Traitement median................$ 21,250 17,240 13,083 10,512 12,066 8,900 12,614
Master's degree" - Maltrise"
T
$30000 and over 5
2
26000 $29999 -
6
-
-
-
25,000- 25,999 .................................................. .
.5
-
4
3
-
-
-
24,000- 24,999 ..................................................
4
-
10
6
-
-I -
23,000- 23,999 ..................................................
-
10
3
5
2
-
-
22,000- 22,999 ..................................................
11
1
4
6
21,000- 21,999 ..................................................
-
24
-
1
-
5
18
20,000- 20,999 ..................................................
-
36
27
2
-
6
1
19,000-19.999 ..................................................
-
81
4
5
2
6
64
18,000-18,999 ...................................................
-
110
1
-
12
5
92
17,000-17,999 ..................................................
-
135
24
1
-
3
107
16,000- 16.999 ..................................................
-
6
188
84
11
3
84
15,000-15,999 ..................................................
193
6
1
I
3
40
142
14.000-14,999 ..................................................
7
223
24
1
61 184
13,000- 13.999 ..................................................
.1
277
88
4
13
390
8
12.000-12,999 .................................................. .
351
8
19
528
-
150
11,000- 11,999 ...................................................
-
758
661
10
53
-
4
30
10,000-10,999 ...................................................
745F
260 1,020
6
-
6
3
9,000-9,999 ..................................................
-
172
628
821
16
-
5
8,000-8,999 ..................................................
477
437
18
19
2
-
I
7,000-7.999 ..................................................
117
13
103
-
1
-
-
6,000-6,999 ...................................................
-
18
18
Under - Mo ins de $6,000 ...................................
-
-
-
-
5,168
2,088
80
1,545
487
915
53
Number reported - Nombre déclaré Median salary - Traitement median ..............$ 19,850 16,806 12,974 10,055 8,400 8.248 10,058
First professional degree beyond first baccalaureate'
Premier grade professionnel su dehl du premier baccalauréat"
2
$30,000 and over - et plus ..................................
26,000 - $29,999 ...................................................
..2
25,000- 25,999 ...................................................
..1
24,000- 24,999 ...................................................
..1
..1
23,000- 23,999 ...................................................
..3
22,000- 22,999 ...................................................
21,000- 21,999 ...................................................
..1
20,000- 20,999 ...................................................
..3
19,000- 19,999 ...................................................
..1
18,000- 18,999 ...................................................
..4
.-
17,000- 17,999 .................................................. .
.
16,000- 16,999 ...................................................
.2
15,000- 15,999 ...................................................
..1
14,000- 14,999 ...................................................
.1
.
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 .................................................. .
.
.-
Under - Moms de $6,000 ...................................
.-
23
Number reported - Nombre déclaré 18,
Median salary - Traitement median .............. $6
-
4
2
-
-
-
-
5
3
-
-
-
1
-
7
-
2
3
-
3
1
-
-
1
-
7
4
2
-
-
-
24
3
1
16
1
-
20
-
1
16
2
-
37
-
1
30
3
-
18
14
2
1
-
45
4
6
2
1
28
41
2
1
2
31
5
60
4
-
1
24
29
8
4
2
88
54
19
66
27
-
3
5
30
77
3
27
1
44
2
101
5
10
34
50
2
77
-
7
55
-
15
73
3
42
123
3
2
-
61
1
52
116
2
78
104
3
20
2
1
84
92
-
3
5
-
25
-
24
1
-
-
3
3
9
2
-
1
1,149
312
344
32
226
212
8,521 12,057
500 14,460 11,320 6
Notes follow the last table. - Les notes sont données après le demler tableau,
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSIT1S
53
TABLE 16. Salaries of University Teachers, by Rank and Highest Earned University Degree, I967681,2 - Concluded
TABLEAU 16. Traitements des professeurs d'université selon le rang at le plus haut grade universitaire acquis.
1967- 68 - fin
Salary range -
Echelle de traiternent Deans'
.Doyens3
PrOtessors
Associate
profeasors
Assistant
professors
Professeurs
tltulaires
Professeurs
agrtges
Professeurs
adjoints
-
-
L
1:turrrand
instructors
urigraded
-
Professeurs
non clssss'
-
Charges
de cours
Total
First bcca1aureate' - premier baccalaurtat'
$30000and over - et plus ...................................
26,000-$29.999.................................................
25000 -25,999...................................................
24.000-24.999...................................................
23.000-23.999...................................................
22,000-22.999...................................................
21,000-21.999...................................................
20.000-20.999...................................................
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..................................................
7.000 -7.999..................................................
6,000 -6.999..................................................
Under- Moms de$6,000...................... . .......... ..
Number reported - Nombre déclaré
Median salary - Traitement median ...............$
.1
.1
.1
.1
-
.3
2
-
-
2
-
6
1
5
5
6
29
38
59
54
34
3
-
-
2
-
-
-
9
-
-
-
-
-
7
3
3
3
1
2
9
12
10
17
20
24
13
6
3
.-
6
-
4
2
8
2
8
13
31
65
135
152
30
3
1
-
-
-
-
- -
135
17. 975
242
460
13, 450 10. 173
-
1
3
-
11
4
4
19
3
in
3
4
4
4
73
12,030
-
8
-
2
4
3
3
6
7
24
80
184
273
132
22
740
7,714
4
2
4
9
27
13
27
30
40
59
59
82
110
111
172
235
217
280
131
26
1,659
9,632
No university degree - Pes de grade unlversitaire
$30,000 and over - et plus ..................................
26.000 - $29,999 ...................................................
25.000 -25.999...................................................
24,000 -24.999.................................................. I23.000-23,999...................................................
22.000-22.999...................................................
21.000-21.999..................................................I
20,000-20,999..................................................
191000-19.999.................................................. I
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..................................................
91000-9.999................................. . ................
81000-81999. ............................. . ............ . ......
7,000-7,999..................................................
6.000 -6,999...................................................
Under - Moms de$6,000...................................
Number reported - Nombre d8clar6 ....................
Median salary - Traitement median ............... $
I
-
1
2
1
1
2
5
1
2
4
4
7
6
11
7
2
-
13
37
12.6841
-
-
-
-
-
:
-
3
3
15
-
24
23
2
-
71
10.325
1
1
3
1
2
-
1
9
2
1
1
3
1
5
21
43
70
34
9
188
7.700
9
6
12
17
24
34
45
48
71
34
9
318
8.925
No inIorm&ion - Pas de rensetgnements
$30,000 and over - et plus .................................. I26,000 - $29,999.................................................. ! 25 ,000 -25.999..................................................
24.000-24.999..................................................
23.000-23.999..................................................
1
22.000-22.999............................................... - 2
..................................................
.000
21.999
21
20,000-20,999..................................................
1
191000-19,999..................................................
18.000-18.999..................................................
1
17.000-17,999..................................................
16 .00 0-16,999..................................................
151000-15.999..................................................
14.000-14.999..................................................
13.000-13,999..................................................
12,000-12.999..................................................
11.000- 11,999..................................................
101000-10.999..... . ............................................ .
9 1000 -9.999..................................................
81000-81999.................................................. I7.000-7.999..................................................
6.000-6.999..................................................
Under- Moms de$6,000...................................
Number reported - Nombre décIar 5
Median salary - Traltement median ...............$;
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
11
4
1 1
-
1
18
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
3
7
29
81
9
7
2
12
23
16
7
-
50
63
16.173 13.704
Notes follow the last table, - Les notes sont données aprés le dernier tableau,
1
55
3
-
-
179
10.343
-
1
1
1
3
-
-
1
2
11
5
3
1
2
13
37
34
2
19
12
21
28
28
37
84
68
40
34
2
97
8. 169
10. 575
1
2
5
-
1
1
397
54
tNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
TABLE 16 A. Salaries 01 University Teachers, by Years Since Award of Highest Earned Degree,
Sex, 1967-68 " ''
TABLEAU 16 A. Traitements des professeurs d'université. selon les annêes depths le plus haut grade universitaire
acquis, selon le sexe, 1967 -68 1, '
,
YeaTS (to 1967) since award of highest eurned degree
No
inform-
Annes (Jusqu'en 1967) depuls le plus haut grade universitaire acquls
Salary range
ation
45 and
Echelle de traitement
0-4
5-910-1415-19 20-24 25-2930 - 34
over
35 - 39 40-44-
-Total
Pas de
rensel-
45et
Doctorate' - Doctorat'
- et plus ..................................
26,000 - $29,999 ....................................................
2
5
5
3
3
3
5
-
1
-
4
25,000-25,999....................................................
6
4
23,000-23,999.................................................... I
-
12
4
1
2
3
7
6
$30,000 and over
24,000-24,999....................................................
1
2
6
11
3
8
4
1
8
-
2
-
2
1
1
1
-
-
9
23
-
27
-
-
-
22,000-22,999....................................................
21,000 -21,999 ....................................................
2
3
6
24
11
23I
26
11
18
8
3
10
8
2
1
-
20,000-20,999 ....................................................
19,000-19,999....................................................
18,000-18,999 ....................................................
7
6
14
20
30
34
37
46
75
42
48
77
24
14
19
23
22
26
17
18
20
4
7
9
2
4
6
-
17.000-17.999 ....................................................
16,000-16,999 .....................................................
15,000-15,999....................................................
14,000- 14,999....................................................
13,000- 13.999....................................................
19
34
74
114
172
56
107
163
176
293
1251
164
175
151
200
98
100
86
49
58
36
21
20
17
6
29
26
15
11
5
24
14
18
7
11
9
13
4
6
6
3
4
2
3
12,000-12,999 ....................................................
11.000-11.999 ....................................................
10,000-19,999 ....................................................
9,000-9,999....................................................
846
334
551
142
64
42
11
26
29
11
10
3
9
4
1
10
6
3
2
10
4
2
5
-
645
413
331
175
61
96
20
7
13
8
2
6
1
3
2
1
2
-
Nombre d 4clar8 ...................... . 2,951
1,897
8,000-8,999.....................................................
7.000-7,999....................................................
6,000-6,999....................................................
Under - Mains de$6,000........................................ 4
Number reported
-
Median salary - Traitement median:
All - Tous ........................................
Men - Honimes ..................................
Women
-
Femmes ...........................
2
1
-
2
1.302
8
I
-
-
3
2
4
206
225
184
andover - et plus...................................
26,000 -$29,999 .....................................................
25,000- 25,999.....................................................
24,000-24,99....................................................
23,000-23,999.....................................................
-
-
1
2
4
4
9
402
490
561
538
760
948
1,006
1,096
757
1
124
35
11
-
6
8
10
17
2
1
I
-
-
-
-
38
1
3
-
-
76
-
I
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
-
1
2
2
1
1
1
I
-
-.
-
1
2
2
3
1
4
2
-
7.687
2
1
-
1
-
-
2
1
-
-
1
3
8
10
3
4
3
9
2
2
1
4
17,000-17,999.....................................................
3
16,000-16,999 .....................................................4
15,000- 15,999 .....................................................6
14,000-14,999 .....................................................
20
13,000- 13.999 ........................................................ 29
7
16
35
42
63
14
18
36
39
52
36
43
50
48
46
15
22
21
20
18
11
11
16
11
4
17
9
11
6
6
5
8
I 6
12,000 -12,999........................................................ 57
11,000-11,999........................................................ 121
207
116
104
111
99
71
57
50
38
42
23
11
13
10
11
10
7
3
9
5
4
6
5
3
3
6
9
8
2
1
3
313
312
8,000-8.999........................................................ 564
7.000-7,999....................................................... 424
6,000 -6,999........................................................ 95
Under Mains de$6,000.......................................... 8
198
34
14i
6
-
Nombre déclarê....................... 2, 153
Median salary Traitement m4dlan:
A11-Tous ......................................................$
Men - Hommes .......................................... ...... $
Women Femmes..........................................$
-
8.937
9,031
8,311
27
4 I
1
-
1
3
4
13
10,000-10,999 ....................................................... 270
9,000 -9,999....................................................... 549
-
1
1
1
-
-
1
4
13
20
- ....................................
-
-
1
5
2
14
- ..........................................
-
6
Maltrlse4'
22,000- 22,999.....................................................
1
2I
21,000- 21.999.........
2
20,000- 20,999...............
3
19,000-19,999.....................................................1
18,000-18,999.................................................... .
26
-
3
7
10,760 12,800 15, 118 16, 875 17, 366 18,116 17, 800 17. 050 ~ 16:850612, 050 12, 739
10,848 12,915 15,241 17,028 17,525 118,250 18.037 17.600 17150 612,150 12,979
11,054
$ 10,024 11,850 12.325 12,6756 9 6 6
$30,000
-
3
$
Master's degree'
Number reported
63
104
178
196
283
-
3
-
-
84
1
-
-
19
49
2
1
-
-
-
723
-
-
2
3
-
-
-
1
-
2
-
1
4
2
-
2
-
5
-
6
4
-
10
-
1
1
-
2
-
3
3
3
-
2
193
223
6
9
10
20
390
528
758
1,020
9
6
821
2
117
18
-
1
1
1
-
1
-
-
2
1
-
-
1
-
114
100
56
18
3
77
10,292 11,785 13770 14,375 ~ 11,450 115,867
10,479 12,053 ~14 : 100 15,064 15,833 16,750
15,200
16,250
1,378
3
5
2
1
1
605
473
9,500 10,525 11,050
Notes follow the last table. - Les notes sont donnêes après le dernier tableau.
2
-
191
-
6
-
6I6
I
6 6
10
11
24
36
81
-
-
-
-
110
135
188
477
5,168
10,050 ~10,058
10,050 10,245
6
9,259
55
TRAITE\IFNTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES T'iDLF 16A. Salaries of tniersity Teachers, by Years Since Award
Sex, 196- 68" CuTlcluded
of highest Earned Degree,
-
IBLFAI 16.1. Traitenients des professeurs d'université, selon les annes depuis he plus hauL grade universitaire
acquis, selon In sexe, 1967 _68,2,' - tin
Yt-ars (to 1967) since award of highest earned degree
N
-
Annes (jusqu'en 1967) depuls
Salaryrange
h i -
Echelle de traltement -
plus
haut
grade universitdir
acui
infrn-
ation
45and - Total
overPas de
15.19 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 - rensei45
et gnements
I
plus
I
I
045-910-14
- -
le
I
L.
.
First protes,sional degree beyond First baccalaureate"
Premier grade prolessionnel au delà du premier baccataur'at"
-
4
-
-
-
III1-
-
$30,000 and over - et plus ..................................
I- --
22-
26,000 - $29,999 ....................................................
-
-
-
7
11- - - -
1121
25,000- 25,999 ....................................................
3
I
I -
24 ,000 - 24.999 ....................................................- - -
-
7
2
2
-
3
23,000- 23,999 ....................................................
24
-4363422
22,000- 22,999 ....................................................
20
- - 83'24-
-
12-
21,000- 21,999 ....................................................
20,000- 20,999 ....................................................
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 ....................................................
7,000-7,999 ....................................................
6,000-6,999 ....................................................
Under - Moms de $6,000 ....................................
Number reported
-
Nombre d4c1ar ......................
2678653-
- -
54 1423
63877454-
-
-
- -
-
-
-
687179-
2 - -
3122222108332-
241
260
288
-
66
IIt2615713 I2- -
4241719641- - -277
-
101
2 1 - - 143033174-
6282213132- - - 277
2
123
2858216I5- 2-
-116
35481313511- - -
-104
- -
11- -192
111--- - 25
434864111-
681353-
-
2011-
4112- - - -
-
-
19
2 342962221638565 1382821151,149
6 612,057
6
.L
First bacCaIaUrCate'
22,000- 22,999 ....................................................
-
I518156652- -
I
Median salary - Traitement mdian:
All - Tous ........................................................$ 8,51610,572 113,250 14.46217,05017,06216,550
17.07566
17,650
14,750
:13,575
10,667
8.788
Men -Ilommes ..................................................$
6
6 6 6
6 6
Women - Femmes ............................................$ $30,000 and over - et plus ..................................
26,000-629,999 ....................................................
25,000- 25,999 ....................................................
24,000- 24,999 ....................................................
23,000- 23,999 ....................................................
37
18
145
-
-
-
-
- -
-
12-
.21-
11 I-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
6
Premier haccalaurèaL"
I23-
-
12,633
9,170
6
- -
-
-
1 -
1 1 - 2 -
-
-
-
-
-
8
4
3
4
-
I- - -
-
2
-
4
-
-
-
-
9
27
- 13
- 27
21.000- 21.999 ....................................................
20.000- 20.999 ....................................................
19,000-19,999 ....................................................
18,000-18,999 ....................................................
i- -13 . 112-
-
5-87 133I-
-
- 513211-
-
-
5,216 ,3-
- -'38
17,000-17,999 ....................................................
16,000- 16,999
15,000-15,999 ....................................................
14,000-14.999 ....................................................
13,000-13,999 ....................................................
3174 14 I533- - 30
2I- - 40
18 I1254 I
I-
- 59
- 6131081083 I
I- 59
26102184 i25-
1
82
381622951341-
-
-
-
-
1110
329292013 14452-.
4111
62432178874I-
8172
1955422368623-
9235
5191322946661-
1 7217
-
2
7
5
9
10
76
21
8,000-8,999 ....................................................1
187511694521- ' - 5280
7,000-7,999 ....................................................
I2 1137
I-
6,000-6.999 ....................................................102 1846II
12- - 26
I i - - 1462 .
Under - Moms de $6,000 ....................................
12,000- 12,999 ....................................................
11,000-11,999 ....................................................
10,000- 10,999 ....................................................
9.000-9,999 ....................................................
Number reported
-
361,659
Nombre déclaré ...................... .466375235202101838549 1234
Median salary - Traitement midian
6
All-' Tous ........................................................$ 7,5629.29611,01012,10013,25013,85013,837 .14,225 6
14,77515,22515,088 ~14,550
Men - Hommes ..................................................$ 7,8589,57111,51612,750
6 6
Women - Femmes ............................................ $7, 1508,1759,210
6
6
6
otes follow the last table.
-
Lea notes sOOt données spies le dernLer tableau.
9,611
10,265
7,892
6
-
6
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
56
TABLE 17. Salaries of University Teachers, by Highest Earned University Degree,
Sex and Field, 1967-68"
Doctorate's
Salary range
Master's
I
Doctorat"
Echelle de traltement
F
M
T
M
All fields
830.000and over - et plus ................................................................ 9
229.000- $29.999 .................................................................................. 3
328.000- 28.999 .................................................................................. 8
4 27.000- 27,999 .................................................................................. 4
26.000- 26.999 .................................................................................. 8
5
-
6 25,000- 25.999 .................................................................................. 27
724.000-24,999 .................................................................................. 19
823,000- 23.999 .................................................................................. 49
922,000-22.999 .................................................................................. 63
10
21,000-21.999 .................................................................................. 104
11 20,000-20.999 .................................................................................. 174
12 191000- 19,999 .................................................................................. 194
1318.000-18.999 .................................................................................. 273
14 17,000-17,999 .................................................................................. 387
15
16,000-16,999 .................................................................................. 472
1615.000 -15.999 ..................................................................................543
17 14.000-14.999 .................................................................................. 519
1813.000-13.999 .................................................................................. 714
19 12.000 -12.999 ........- ....................................................................... 879
20
111000- 11.999 ..................................................................................938
28
30
1st quartile - ler quartile .............. 178
196
283
402
490
24
33
75
102
125
18
19
46
69
68
561
538
760
948
1.006
102
108
22
17
1
4
-
-
3
-
1
3
1
-
3
-
-
6
4
10
10
11
3
8
8
10
24
36
81
110
135
170
164
190
346
450
18
29
33
44
78
188
193
223
390
528
1.096
757
124
35
11
8
637
827
640
323
80
9
121
193
181
154
37
9
758
1.020
821
477
117
18
523
7.687
4.244
924
5. 168
13.010
15.802
12.547
10.275
12,255
12.979
11.054
12.739
10.246
9.259
10.058
11.007
9.795
10.847
9.005
81060
8.758
9,500
81500
8.333
11.000
9.827
9.536
8.800
8.706
7.900
7.900
7.457
7.349
8.600
7.964
7.818
7.972
6,892
9.025
7.889
7,647
6.785
7,353
6.270
7,593
6.707
3rd quartile - 3e quartile .................................................................. 16.003
29 Median - Mdiane ............................ 3
-
4
2
10
15
18
-
T
Tous domalnes
6
4
10
10
11
-
Number reported - Nombre décI are ................................................... 7. 164
9
3
8
4
8
F
27
19
49
63
104
-
21 10.000-10.999 ................................................................................. 994
229.000-91999 .................................................................................. 649
23 8.000-8.999 .................................................................................. 102
24 7,000-7.999 .................................................................................. 18
25 6.000 - 6,999 .................................................................................. 10
26 Under -Moms de $6,000 .................................................................. 4
27
-
Ma1trise
Median salary - Traitement median
31
1965-66 ......................................................................................... 11.000
32
1963-64 ......................................................................................... 9.899
33
1962-63......................................................................................... 9.609
34 1960 - 61......................................................................................... 9.089
35
1958-59......................................................................................... 7,926
-
acuIty administration' - Administration de Ia faculte'
36
37
38
39
Number reported - NOrnhre d8cl are......................................................
3rd quartile - 3e quartile .................................................................
185
s23.096
9
6
Median- Médiane ......................................................... .................... $ 21.025
1st quartile - ler quartile ...............................................................$ 18,456
Median salary - Traitement median:
40
1965-66.......................................... . .............................................. $ 17,500
41
1963-64 .........................................................................................$ 15.413
42
1962-63 ........................................................................................$ 15.235
43
1960-61.........................................................................................$ 14. 100
1958 - 59.........................................................................................$ 12. 150
Notes follow the last table.
194
70
22.521
8
22.050
21,750
6
18.700
16,550
15.200
14.889
15.000
14,643
11.600
20.150
19,033
6
18.016
16,625
6
6
17.000
15.348
15.088
13.976
12.050
15,600
15.000
15.300
14.786
11.800
6
6
6
6
78
6
6
6
6
TRAITEMENTS ET QIA LIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
57
TABLEAU 17. Traitements des professeurs d'universit • selon le plus haut grade universitaire acquis, selon
le sexe et le domaine, 1967- 68 1 , 2
l'irt ru!essional
degree beyond first
baccal aure ate"
Premier grade
professionel au delAL du
premier baccalaurèat'
M
First
baccal aureate'6
740 university
degree
Premier
baccajaurlat"
Pas de grade
universitaire
M
F
TM
F= T
No information
Pas de renseignements
L_1 _N'
All fields - Tous domaines
4
4
8-8--1
2
3
2
3
3-3---
2
3
4
5
.7
7
3
7
24
20
3-3--4-4
2-2--4-4--9-9---
8
7
8
9
10
37
18
45
41
60
27-271-1
13-132-2
1
261271
282,301-1
391404-4
11
5
536599-9
55459516
7488211112
1001011015217
941711121324
11
17
24
24
33
3
7
23
19
37
17
44
41
58
2
2
-
2
-
11
19
11
12
13
14
15
4
4
4
12
21
28
28
3'?
16
17
18
19
20
5
-
19
-
1
83
63
74
92
65
5
3
3
9
12
88
66
77
101
77
106
95
.77
64
17
7
17
21
27
28
8
2
123
116
104
92
25
9
1472517226834
18649235271845
14374217252348
161119280205171
686913792534
91726369
79
64
33
17
5
4
7
17
2
1
84
68
40
34
2
1
21
22
23
24
25
26
1.008
141
1. 149
1.2574021.659180138318
344
53
397
2'?
16.025
11,288
15.875
13.3449.28912.46012.0809.58410.670
13.400
11,875
13.058
28
12.554
9, 130
12.057
10.2657,8929,61110,2007.9338,925
10.658
8.875
10,575
29
9.820
7.908
9,314
8,5307.0507.8388.5717,0447.558
9,700
7.643
9.315
30
10,800
9.625
9.500
7.800
6,964
7.000
7.000
6.786
10.500
9,352
9.179
8.678
7.841
8,8006.5008.3009.1006.6007.900
8.0776,4767.6698.3506.2507.448
7,9316.1937.5717.6255.9416,883
7.6725.7247.3166.9385.5006.240
6,2805.1836.0085.9755,0385.606
8.700
6
8,000
7.500
6.536
8.500
7.663
7.361
31
32
33
34
35
8.866
8.019
6
Faculty administration' - Administration de la faculté'
25
27
2
6
6
20,550
20, 150
6
19.050-19.050-6
16.000
17.333
15.250
13,500
-S
20-30--
16.000
17.333
15.250
13.500
Les no es sont donné 2S aprs le d rnier tableau.
-*
-
-
-5 36
6
-6
37
6
-6
38
6
-6
6
-6
-6
14,000
6
39
40
41
-- 42
-- 43
-- 44
58
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
TABLE 17. Salaries of University Teachers, by highest Earned University Degree, Sex and Field.
1967 68,2 - Concluded
Doctorate
Salary range
Masters 8
Maltrise 46
Doctorat 45
Echelle de traitement
F T M No.
T
humanities6 - Humanités'
1,211
192
1,403
1,303
3701,673
23rd quartile - 3e quartile................................................................$
Number reported - Nombre d8clar8 ....................................................
15,162
12,250
14,767
11,248
9,65010,852
3Median - Médlane ............................................................................$
12,304
10,425
12,060
9,515
8,5449.265
41st quartile - ler quartile ..............................................................$
10,453
9.500
10.178
8.446
7,5758,111
Median salary - Traiternent median:
51965-66........................................................................................
61963-64 ........................................................................................
71962-63 ........................................................................................
81960-61........................................................................................
91958-59 ........................................................................................
10,500
9429
9,165
8,313
7,489
8,800
7.917
7,964
7,615
6.333
10,300
9,298
9,052
8,205
7,344
8,000
7,388
7,123
6,779
5,971
7,0007.800
6, 6567, 253
6, 3706,989
5,8336,667
5,7505.962
$
$
$
$
$
Social sciences 8 - Sciences socialesa
10 Number reported - Nombre declare .................
1,866
155
2,021
1,688
3562,044
113rd quartile - 3e quartile ................................. $
15,750
13,662
15.631
12,227
11,67312,097
12Median - Médiane ............................................
$
13,003
11,816
12,829
10.312
10,00010,257
131st quartile - ler quartile ...............................
$
11,082
10,096
11,045
9.086
8,7439,053
$
$
$
11,000
9,716
9,435
8,860
7,836
10,000
9,346
9,192
8.591
6,857
11.000
9.688
9,413
8,826
7,784
8,800
8,061
7.869
7.658
6,685
8,6008.700
7.9588,037
7.7887.852
7.6507,656
6.5716,660
Median salary - Traitement median:
141965-66 .........................................................
151963-64 ......................................................... 161962-63 ......................................................... 171960-61 ......................................................... 181958-59 .........................................................
Biological sciences6 - Sciences biologiques 8
19
Number reported - Nombre déclaré....................................................
1,350
20
3rd quartile - 3e quartile................................................................$
16,558
21
Median - MCdiane ............................................................................$
13,565
22
1stquartile - ler quartile ..............................................................$
11,181
23
24
25
26
27
Median salary - Traitoment m4dian:
1965-66 ........................................................................................$
1963-64 ........................................................................................$
1962-63 ........................................................................................$
1960-61 ............ ............................................................................ 1958-59 ........................................................................................$
11,500
10,514
10,185
9,511
8,104
s
r
113
1,463
12, 675
16, 405
15,375
11,016
13,258
12.036
9,83711,212
9,975
11.028
10.032
8,9759,528
9,500
8.000
8,056
7,636
8,500
11.300
10,339
9,981
9,360
7,959
10,400
9,662
9,400
8,975
7,468
8.0009,500
7, 5569, 100
7, 5008,708
7.5008,389
5,9647,081
Physical sciences8
28Number reported - Nombre déclaré...................................................
293rd quartile - 3e quartile................................................................$
30Median - Médiane ...........................................................................$
311st quile - her quartile ............................. ................................ $
Median salary - Traitement median:
321965-66 ............................................................................................
331963-64 ........................................................................................$
341962-63 ........................................................................................
351960-61........................................................................................$
361958-59 ........................................................................................S
s
Notes follow the last table.
2,552
-
54
2,606
15,531
12,550
12.565
10,450
10,848
10,800
9,781
9,484
9.040
7,809
298 -
143441
11,56214,422
Sciences physiques8
885
47932
15,477
13,194
10,00613,050
12,537
10.896
8,55010,756
9,590
10,812
9,079
7,5699.032
9,200
8,500
7,667
7,833
8.125
10,700
9,763
9,451
9,030
7,815
9.100
8,323
8,012
7.732
6,895
7,7009,000
7, 1438.263
6,6677,968
6,5007,694
5,8006,864
TRAITEIENTS ET Q1'AIIELCATION [)ANS LES 1\IVLRS(TES
59
TABLE..0 17. Traitemens des professeurs d'universit&, selon le plus haut grade universitaire acquis et selon
Ic sese et le domaine, 1967- 68" - Fin
degree neyona ursu
baccalaureate 6 '
First I,a,1'ujaureit''
Premier grade
professionel au delà du
premier baccalauréat"
M
F
No
M
F T No information
Pas de garde
universitaire
Premier baccalaur6at" T
1151 S
M
Pas de renseignements
F T M F
T
Humsnitics' - Hunianités'
30
114
II, 150
9,433
8,066
8,090
7,500
7,500
7,042
6,278
5,389
6,714
7,250
7,333
144
276
104
380
77
11,050
10,300
9,250
9,888
12.575
9,155
8,873
7,600
8.525
10,050
7,975
7,576
6,800
7,380
8,712
7,500
7,375
7,071
6,450
5,591
7,200
6,704
6,550
5,790
5.455
6,300
6,462
5,731
4,958
4,929
7,000
6,653
6,394
5.632
5,321
8,900
8,250
8,500
7,000
1 6,214
33
6
7,775
110
89
11.375
11,075
9,540
9,875
7,816
8,565
7,700
7,750
7,812
6,500
5,778
6
6
6
-
1191
10,9252
7,689
9,5253
7,9754
6
6
7 1 214
6
30
6,100
6
-
8,2005
6,7696
6
7
- 8
-9
Social sciences' - Sciences .sociales'
229
61
290
378
128 506
44
47
91
151
13,488
11,025
12,950
12,578
9.80011,884
12,100
9,012
10,511
13,775
10,450
9,325
10,220
10,100
8,4009,667
9.900
7,850
8.250
10.015
9,003
8,071
8,670
8,684
7,5858,069
7,100
6,875
6,994
7,834
9,800
8,667
8,500
7,765
6,955
6
9,500
8,289
7,983
7,529
6,786
8,700
8,103
8,120
8,316
6.342
7,0008,300
6,3267,511
6,5757,570
5,8897,200
5,5005,957
9,600
8,750
8,250
7,438
6,750
6.300
5,583
5,500
8,000
7,850
6,714
6,688
5. 875
6.375
5,929
6,000
6
6
6
8,133
7,167
-
18
16910
13,75911
11.200
11,01512
6
9,82713
6
6
14
7,77815
6,88916
-17
-I 18
7,000
6
-
Biological sciences' - Sciences biologiques'
568
45
613
229
141
370
17.588
12.025
17,437
17.055
9.212
15.037
13
55 68 28
8,4259,0006
6
6
20
7,6177,75012,700612,083 21
14.443
9,450
14,058
13,250
7.650
10,850
11,667
7,962
11,042
10.562
7,037
7,675
7,046
12,900
11,750
10,958
10,786
8,674
6
10,167
7,875
8,500
7,286
12,500
11,543
ID. 750
10,604
8,558
11,000
9,965
10,019
9,261
6,208
6,700
6,676
6.179
5,738
4,938
9,700
9, 143
8,741
8.420
5,625
6,333
6,227
5,615
5,278
9,750
3 31 19
6
6
7,100
6,900
6,450
6,208
5,643
5,363
6
6
6
6
9,167
6
-
6.376
6
-
6
22
6
-
23
24
25
26
27
7,938
8,250
Physical sciences' - Sciences ph, isiques'
75
354
12.085
13,150
10,725
10,350
8,667
6
8,625
8,712
9,500
7,783
7,618
7.333
5,938
6
9,300
7.761
7,588
7.333
5.812
8.800
7,873
7.776
7.321
6,294
72
12,080
10.750
3
6
•
6
6
6
-
Les notes sont données après le dernier tableau.
29
6
7.550
383
46
49
71
13,041
12,062
6
12,044
12,708
10,178
11,000
6
10,750
10,656
6
8,862
10,015
6
8,158
9,175
6
8,700
7,754
7,667
7,281
6.254
8,000
7,22'?
6,563
5,611
6,500
5,600
5.833
6
6
3
6
6
*
6
6
6
7,786
7,136
6,375
5,556
73
28
12,575
29
6
10,656
30
a
10,015
31
6
7,929
7.583
2
6
6
7,857
7,583
-
-
-
32
33
34
35
36
60
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
TABLE 18. Age of University Teachers, by Rank. Field and Size of Institution, 1967 -68"
TABLEAU 18. Age des professeurs d'université, selon le rang, le domaine et l'importance de l'institution,
1967 -686.
Age1967)
Deans'
Professors'
Associate
professors
Assistant
professors
Professors
ungraded'
-
-
-
-
-
-
Age (en 1967)
Doyens'
Professcurs
titulaires
Professeurs
agrégés
Professeurs
adjoints
All fields
65andover - et plus ........................................
60-64...................................................................
55-59...................................................................
50-54..................................................................
45-49..................................................................
40-44..................................................................
35-39..................................................................
30-34..................................................................
25-29...................................................................
Under -Moms de25..........................................
No information - Pas de renseignements
Number reported - Nombre déclaré
Median age' 2 - Age median":
1967-68 ...........................................................
1965-66...........................................................
1963-64...........................................................
1962-63...........................................................
1960-61..........................................................
8
33
-
93
298
335
540
683
640
304
55
3
-
-
51
52
55
38
21
-
-
Professeurs
non c1ass6s
Lecturers and
Instructors
-
Charg8s
de cours
Total
Tous domaines
28
107
181
332
603
934
1,130
650
47
1
49
4,062
12
35
95
170
302
591
1,295
2,113
1,237
19
99
5.968
26
8
11
14
17
32
67
67
51
9
7
309
36
35
37
36
36
31
31I
31
31
31
38
38
39
39
39
37
32
28
28
28
31
38
37
37
37
36
4
262
32
2,983
51
52
51
51
51
48
49
49
49
49
41
41
41
41
41
33
34
34
35
35
1967-68 medians for Institutions with enrolment of - Médianes de 1967-68 pour les
institutions on les inscriptions sont de:
5,000 and over - et plus...............................52
2,000-4,999.....................................................49
6
1,000-1,999.................................................... .
6
500-999.....................................................
6
Under - Moms de500.....................................
48
47
48
48
52
40
41
40
41
41
33
33
34
25
31
45
75
104
214
365
692
1,178
300
90
3, 119
192
512
718
1, 183
1,764
2,449
3,182
3,577
2.516
329
281
16,703
I
34
6
6
6
35
33
Faculty administration' - Administration de Ia laculté'
65 andover - et plus.........................................
8
60-64...................................................................
33
55-59...................................................................
51
50-54...................................................................
52
4549...................................................................
55
40-44...................................................................
38
35-39..................................................................
21
30-34..................................................................
25 -29..................................................................
Under- Momsde25..........................................
No information - Pas de renseignements ......
4
Numbet reported - Nombre déclaré ..................
262
Median age" - Age median":
1967-68..........................................................
51
1965-66..........................................................
52
1963-64............................................................. 51
1962-63............................................................. 51
1960-61 ............................................................. 51
1967 -68 medians for Institutions with enrolments of - Médianes de 1967 -68 pour lea
institutions oi les inscriptions sont de:
5,000 and over - et plus................................ 52
2,000-4,999 ...................................................... 49
6
1,000-1,999 .....................................................
6
500-999................................................
6
Under - Moms de500.....................................
2
4
5
10
8
8
6
.-
2
3
3
5
3
-
6
-
-
-
-
-
43
24
6
6
-
1
-
2
4
339
-
-
1
1
-
-
2
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
-
6
6
-
6
6
-
6
6
6
6
6
1
3
1
-
49
49
48
50
49
1
1
10
39
60
65
69
50
34
5
3
-
6
-
-
Notes follow the last table. - Les notes sont données aprs le dernier tableau.
-
50
51
51
50
51
52
49
61
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
TABLE 18. Age of University Teachers, by Rank, Field and Size of Institution. 1967- 6860.1 - Continued
TABLEAU 18. Age des prolesseurs d'université, selon le rang, et le doniaine l'importance de l'institution,
1967- 68°." - suite
Age (in 1967)
Age (en 1967) Associate I Assistant Professors Lecturers and I
DeansPrafcssorsprofessors professorsungraded 6instructors
Doyens 3
Professeurs Professeurs Professeurs Professeurs Charges
tltulaires 4agregesadjointsnon classes 6de cours -
Total
humanities5 - Humanit6s5
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 information - Faa de renseignements Number reported - Nombre dklare Median age' - Age median' 2 :
1967-68 .............................................................
1965-66 .............................................................
1963-64 .............................................................
1962-63 .............................................................
1960-61................................... ......................... .
1967-68 medians for institutions With enrolment of - Medianes de 1967-68 pour les
InstitutIons oft les Inscriptions sont de:
5.000 and over - et plus ................................
2,000- 4,999 ......................................................
1,000- 1.999 ......................................................
500- 999 .....................................................
Under - Mains de 500 ....................................
339 614 8
-652916213
-825028 217
-1189649724
-12614493428
-88184;1761081
-3418233218133
- 46948017256
- 1 221619469
--- 1 2100
- 91621 143
-5607811.418961,172
70
125
179
294
395
539
699
826
707
103
90
4.027
-5043353730
-5244363731
-5244363831
-5144373831
-5045373932
37
39
39
40
40
3138
-5142346
-5043346
2936
3037
-5245376
2936
-4945376
6
6
- 6 37
346
Social sciences6 - Sciences soclales'
65and over - et plus .......................................... I
60-64....................................................................
55-59....................................................................
50-54.....................................................................
45-49.....................................................................
40-44.....................................................................
35-39.....................................................................
30-34....................................................................
25-29.....................................................................
Under - Mains de 25..........................................
No information - Pas de renseignements
Number reported - Nombre declare
Median age" - Age median":
1967-68............................................................
1965-66........................................................... ..
1963-64............................................................
1962-63............................................................
1960-61 ............................................................
1967-68 medIans for Institutions with enrolment of - Methanes de 1967-68 pour les
Institutions oft lea Inscriptions sont de:
5.000 and over- el plus ................................
2.000-4,999 ....................................................
1,000-1,999....................................................
500-999....................................................
Under - Moms de500....................................
14
811
19
1,236
1
ii
34
71
108
183
428
688
465
15
45
2,049
47
48
48
48
49
41
42
42
42
42
33
34
34
35
36
48
47
45
46
40
41
43
40
43
34
33
34
34
34
-
22
70
85
143
201
175
84
17
-
-
8
34
60
104
183
275
318
220
15
-
-
-
-
-
6
Notes follow the last table. - Lea notes sont donnees aprês Ic dernier tableau.
6
6
4
6
6
2
2
2
5
3
11
8
16
3
5
63
8
7
14
24
38
78
90
221
417
104
23
1,021
45
124
195
344
535
711
931
1,154
913
122
106
5,180
35
31
36
33
33
29
30
31
31
31
36
37
38
38
38
40
31
28
27
27
32
38
36
34
36
37
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
62
TABLE 18. Age of University Teachers, by Rank, Field and Size of Institution. 1967 -68°'" - Concluded
TABLEAU 18. Age des prolesseurs duniversité, selon le rang, le domaine et I'importance de I'institution,
1967
Age (in 1967)
-
Age (en 1967)
68°'' - fin
Professors4
Associate
professors
-
-
-
Doyens 2
Professeurs
titulaires'
DeanS 5
Professors
ungraded5
Assistant
professors
-
Professeurs
agrégés
Professeurs
adjoints
Biological sciences 5
-
Lecturers and
instructors
-
-
Professours
non classes 5
Charges
tie cours
Total
Sciences biologiques5
65 and over - et plus ........................................
16
3
1
2
4
26
60-64..................................................................
79
15
6
1
5
106
55-59..................................................................
73
35
21
4
8
141
50-54..................................................................
138
70
21
4
13
752
45-49
172
134
4
21
417
40-44..................................................................
210
135
13
39
531
35-39..................................................................
62
213
271
30
93
669
30-34..................................................................
25-29..................................................................
8
76
330
28
120
562
-
112
5
99
219
39
40
Under - Moors de 25 ........................................
60 I
160
3 I
-
1
-
-
No information - Pss de renseignements ......
5
12
13
1
13
44
Number reported - Nombre declare ..................
687
797
977
92
454
3,007
40
Median age 52 - Age median 52 :
1967-68 ..........................................................
48
42
35
36
33
1965-66..........................................................
49
42
35
35
36
41
1963-64..........................................................
1962-63..........................................................
49
36
35
49
42
42
36
34
34
41
41
1960-61..........................................................
48
41
36
33
41
1967-68 medians for institutions with enrolment of - Medianes de 1967-68 pour les
institutions oi les inscriptions sont tie:
5000 and over - et plus ................................
-
49
42
35
2,000-4.999....................................................
-
48
42
34
1,000-1,999....................................................
500-999....................................................
Under -. Moms de 500 ....................................
-
39
6
36
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
3440
31 36
35
6
33
6
Physical sct roces' - Sciences physiques4
20 8
65 andover - et plus ........................................
60 - 64...................................................................
55 - 59...................................................................
50 -54...................................................................
45 - 49...................................................................
40 - 44...................................................................
35 - 39.............................................................. .....
30 - 34...................................................................
25 -...................................................................
Under - Moms de 25 ...........................................
No information - Pas de renseignements
Number reported - Nombre dêclaré .- 8027
.- 90i33
. -13159
4 4 541
2 3 6118
11 3 6143
23 1 14228
40 4 17348
.-176111
.-235262
97 5 19618
.-118411
.- 26284
.- 226
264 7 49849
612 14941,030
443 11192674
.-
-
2 4 5764
- I
4 2
- i8821,224
20 - 1137
1,518564704,150
Median age52 - Age median 52 :
1967 - 68 .............................................................
1965 - 66...........................................................
1963-64 ...........................................................
1962 - 63...........................................................
1960 - 61..........................................................
.- 4638
.- 4839
32342936
.- 4939
- 4939
333629 37
333429 37
49 39
333430 37
32333037
1967-68 medians for Institutions with enrolment of - Médianes de 1967-68 pour tes
institutions oü les inscriptions sont de:
5,000andover
- etplus...............................
2,000-4,999 .....................................................
1,000-1,999 .....................................................
-
500-999.....................................................
-
6
Moms de500.....................................
-
6
Under
-
46
46
38
37
45
39
37
6
Notes follow the last table. - Les notes sont donnees après le dernier tableau.
31
6
31
32
6
33
6
33
32
6
30
28
38
36
27
30
36
36
34
(;3
TRAITEMENTS FT QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
TABLE 19. Age of University Teachers, by Rank. Highest Earned University Degree and
Size of Institution, 1967TABI.E.'nU 19. Age des professeurs d'université, selon le rang, le plus haut grade universitaire acqul
et l'iniportance de l'institution. 1967- 68 11 '
Age (in 1967) Age (en 1967) Associate AssistantProfessors Lecturers and
Deans 3Prter'professorsprofessors ungraded 3Instructors
Doyens 1Professeurs Professeurs Professeurs ProfesseursCharges
titulairesagrCgs adjolnts non classes 5de coors
Total
I)octoraLe - Doctoral45
Under - Moms de25..........................................
No Information - Pas de renseignements
Number reported - Nombre d4clar8
Median age 52 - Age median":
1967-68 .............................................................
1965-66 .............................................................
1963-64 .............................................................
1962-63 .............................................................
1967-68 medians for institutions with enrolment of - MCdianes de 1967-68 pour tes
institutions oi lea inscriptions sont de:
5,000 and over - et plus ................................
2,000-4,999 ....................................................
1,000-1,999 ....................................................
500- 999 ....................................................
Ijnder - Mo ins de 500 ....................................
4
8
14
43
70
196
591
1,170
648
8
32
2,784
1512
3 3
6 2
4 3
54
1112
1738
1554
856
-
4
24
86192
102
248
330
578
915
1.332
1,720
1,785
741
13
71
7.835
4032
4233
4131
3732
38132
38
39
40
40
40
1
165
12
2,059
12
36
64
148
318
592
819
510
29
1
20
2.549
50
52
51
51
50
47
48
49
49
49
39
40
40
40
40
32
33
33
34
34
50
48
47
53
47
47
47
48
48
38
40
40
40
37
321
32
32
33
34
.7
65andover- et plus.........................................
60-64 ................................................................... ..15
33
55-59 .....................................................................
32
50-54 .....................................................................
39
45_49 .....................................................................
.2 3
40-44 .....................................................................
15
35-39 .....................................................................
30-34 .....................................................................
25 -2 9 .....................................................................
52
183
211
348
479
498
240
36
-
6
423238
3338
6
6
40
6
6
40
353137
6
Master's - Maftrlse
. 1
65andover - et plus.........................................
8
60-64 .....................................................................
3
55-59 .....................................................................
12
50-54 ....................................................................
11
45-49 ....................................................................
9
40-44 .....................................................................
3
35.39 .....................................................................
30 - 34 .....................................................................
25 - 29 .....................................................................
Under- Moms de25 ..........................................
No information - Pas de renseignements 57
Number reported - Nombre d6clar4
Median age" - Age median":
50
1967-68 .............................................................
52
1965-66 .............................................................
1963-64 ..............................................................52
1962-63 ..............................................................50
1960-61 ..............................................................5 0
1967-68 medians for institutions with enrolment of - Mêdlanes do 1967-68 pour lea
institutions oj lea Inscriptions sont de:
5,000 and over - et plus ..................................53
2.000-4.999.....................................................50
1.000-1,999......................................................
6
500-999.....................................................
6
500
.....................................
Moms
de
Under
7
941
20
38
82
149
252
488
645
398
4
40
2,121
5
3
3
8
5
8
17
16
32
4
1
102
3
9
14
25
38
100
159
372
669
144
35
1,568
51
147
201
361
512
658
884
1,137
1,112
152
84
5,299
50
51
50
50
49
43
44
44
43
43
34
35
35
36
35
33
35
37
35
37
30
30
30
31
31
35
36
37
38
39
50
50
43
44
44
45
41
34
34
35
34
33
37
30
29
29
28
32
37
34
35
34
35
Zb
11
64
64
114
119
74
35
11
2
43
69
120
190
215
182
93
11
-
-
1
510
49
48
46
Notes follow the last table. - Lea notes sont donnees après le dernier tableau.
32
64
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QVALIFICAT!ONS
T.•BLF 19. -%ge of 6niversity Teachers, by Rank, Highest Earned University Degree and
Size of Institution, 1967- 68'"" - Continued
TABLEAU I9 Ige des professeurs d'universitê, selon le ring, le plus haul grade universitaire acquis
ct I'irnportance de l'institution, 1967 - 6811'" - suite
Age (1:1 1967 Age (en 1967) AssociateAssistantProfessors Lecturers and
Deans 3Professorsprofessors professorsungraded 6instructors
To tat
Doyens'Professeurs Professeurs Professeurs Professeurs Charges
titulaires'agrêgésadjointsnon classes' de cours
First professional degree beyond first baccalaureate 4 '
Premier grade prolessionnel au delàdu premier baccalaur6at4 ' -
65andover- etplus .......................................... I
60-64....................................................................
55-59.....................................................................
50-54.....................................................................
45-49.....................................................................
40-44.....................................................................
35-39.....................................................................
30-34.................................................................... .
25-29.....................................................................
Under - Mains de 25 ..........................................
No information - Pas de renseignements
Number reported - Nombre déclaré
Median age" - Age median":
1967-68 .............................................................
6
1965-66............................................................
1963-64 ............................................................
1962-63 ............................................................
1960-61............................................................
1967-68 medians for institutions with enrolmentof - Médianes do 1967-68 pour lea
institutions øü lea inscriptions sont de:
5,000 and over - etplus................................
2,000-4,999 ......................................................
1000-1,999....................................................
500 -999......................................................
Under- Moms de500....................................
-
8
26
32
44
48
35
17
4
-
-
1
5
17
24
37
64
60
16
2
1
-
-
6
9
33
57
92
109
33
1
24
214
4
230
348
34
2
1
3
6
15
28
54
95
96
18
8
326
54
50
51
50
49
48
42
43
42
41
41
36
36
35
35
37
35
30
32
35
32
32
32
31
31
30
38
39
39
39
40
36
35
38
-
33
29
30
39
37
37
40
35
4
11
12
20
32
52
77
118
290
114
14
744
20
63
93
109
150
185
234
270
402
122
25
1.673
-
7
4
4
3
4
2
-
-
51
53
52
-
1
2
1
4
9
10
2
3
5
-
14
41
63
89
137
192
234
234
133
22
17
1,176
I
I
54
50
50
6
42
42
6
6
6
6
-
6
6
6
6
-
6
6
6
33
First baccalaureate"
65andover- etplus ...........................................
60-64....................................................................
3
55-59.....................................................................
.1
50-54.....................................................................
4
45-49....................................................................
2
40-44.................................................................... ..35-39.................................................................... ..30-34.................................................................... .
25-29.....................................................................
Under- Momsde25..........................................
No information - Pas de renseignements
1
Number reported - Nombre déclaré
11
Median age" - Age median"
6
1967-68............................................................
6
1965-66............................................................
6
1963-64 ............................................................
6
1962-63............................................................
1960-61............................................................
2
2
52
6
22
24
33
24
21
5
2
Premier baccalauréat'
-
-
-
-
137
242
2
5
27
22
41
65
84
101
101
6
10
464
52
52
52
53
St
45
45
46
44
43
36
36
36
36
36
45
45
51
36
34
31
44
-
1967 -68 medians for institutions with enrolment of Médianes de 1967-68 pour les
institutions oO lea inscriptions soft de:
5.000 and over - et plus .................................. 6
6
2,000-4,999 .......................................................
6
1,000-1,999 .......................................................
500- 999 ...................................................... .Under - Moms de 500 ..............................
Notes follow the last table. - Los notes sont données aprs le dernier tableau
4
20
28
30
48
41
45
24
2
-
4
2
-
3
6
23
25
9
2
-
75
36
37
38
40
37
30
35
30
37
3037
38
29
31
38
35
31
27
27
26
25
6
-
28
38
30
31
31
29
(;5
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
TABLE 19. Age 01 University Teachers, by Rank, highest Earned University Degree and
Size of Institution, 1967- 68 °, " - Concluded
T'tRLI.'U 19. Age des prolesseurs d'universEt, selon le rang, le plus haut grade universitaire acquis
et I'importance de l'institution, 1967- 68°'' - fj
Ag. In 1967)
Age (en 1967) I
AssociateAssistant
Professors Lecturers and
Deans Professors 4professorsprofessors ungraded 5Instructors
DOyens 3ProfesseursProfesseurs Profosseurs l'ro[esseurs Charges
titulaires'agr8g6 sad jointsnon class6s 5de cours
No university degree - Pas de grade universitaire
65 andover — etplus ........................................
-
60 - 64 ....................................................................
55 - 59 ....................................................................
50 - 54 ....................................................................
45 . 49 ...................................................................
40-44 ...................................................................
35 - 39 ....................................................................
30-34 ....................................................................
25-29 ....................................................................
Under - Moms de 25 ..........................................
3
3
3
3
9
8
6
6
5
12
15
10
S
17
2
4
3
-
-
2
2
1
1
-
No Information - Pas de renseignements ........
37
13
Number reported - Nombre declare ..................
Median age - Ag e median":
1967-68 ............................................................
1965-66 ............................................................
1963-64 ............................................................
1962- 63 ............................................................
1960 - 61 ............................................................
6
54
12
28
34
30
49
43
52
37
19
5
3
3
6
13
72
9
191
322
41
48
43
46
47
44
45
44
6
1967-68 medians for institutions with enrolment of - Mêdlanes de 1967-68 pour les
institutions oil les inscriptions sont de:
5,000 and over - et plus ................................
2.000-4.999....................................................
4
6
13
19
14
19
26
32
33
19
6
6
6
6
-
38
42
41
41
421
40
44
44
45
45
3741
43416
6
-3648
- I 6 6
6
40
6
6
0
6
39
6
6
1 1000-1.999....................................................
500 -999....................................................
Under - MO ins de 500 ....................................
6
6
No information - ras de renseignements
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 .........................................
10
11
6
2
1
4
5
10
19
5
3
-
2
1
information - Pas de renseignements ........
2
19
17
Number reported - Nombre déclarC ..................
5
50
63
NO
Median age 52 - Age median":
1967 - 68 ............................................................
1965 - 66 ...........................................................
179 3
38
47
6
163 1
6
307153-
6
Notes follow the last table. - Les notes soft donnèes aprés le dernier tableau.
6
__J
1
2
3
11
21
34
1
3
12
20
33
67
99
91
23
71
98
398
31
36
33
38
66
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
TABLE 20. Age of University teachers, by Subject, in the Humanities,
1967- 68 10,
Pure humanities - Ilumanités pures
Modern language and literature - Langues et iitlératures modernes
Classical
Modern Total
Age (In 1967) Pinelanguage and language and modern
--
arts 151iterature°
literature
language and
Age (en 1967) -
EnglishFrenchGermann.e.c."literature
Beaux-Langues et arts' littgraturesAnglaisFrancalsAllernand Langues etTotal,
classi q ues"
littératureslangues et
modernes,littératures
n.d.a. 2 'modernes
7
1 65 and over - et plus
260-64 .............................................
..7
355-59 .............................................11 450-54 .............................................17 545-49 .............................................36 640-44 .............................................50 '735-39 .............................................40
830-34 .............................................60 9 25-29 .............................................24 1
10 Under - Moms de 25 11 No information - Pas de renseignements ...................................8 817 96 10 42
102323 6 15 67
134318 5 26 92
226644 8 43 161
24945118 51 214
261316913 71 284
372079816 84 405
5322711733 117 494
4622612228 92 468
8 77
84722-
62511 1
9 46
12 Number reported - Nornbre dédare ...........................................261 2531,106584134 5262,350
Median age 52 - Age median 52 :
131967-68 .....................................40 141965-66 .....................................41 151963-64 .....................................42 161962-63 .....................................44 171960-61 .....................................43 37353636
38363738
42373840
44373941
42384040
37
40
39
39
43
36
37
38
38
39
Notes follow the last table.
TABLE 21. Age of University Teachers, by Subject, in the Social Sciences, 1967-68 0 ,"
Pure social science
-
Sciences sociales pures
Economics and political science
Sciences économiques et science politique
Age (in 1967)
-
Age (en 1967)
Economics
-
Political
science
Science
politique
No.
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
11
No information - Pas de renseignements..................................
12
Number reported - Nombre dédare...........................................
13
14
15
16
17
Median age" - Age median 52 :
1967-68.....................................
1965-66.....................................
1963-64.....................................
1962-63.....................................
1960-61.....................................
Notes follow the last table.
Total
economics
and political
science
Sciences
économiques
et science
politique
n .d.a.m
Total
sciences
ëconomiques
et science
politique
-
Sciences
économiques
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Economics
and political
science
n.e.c,w
Sociologr
and anthropology
Geography
History
Psychology
Géographie
Histoire
Psychologie
Sociologie
etanthropologle
11
14
16
37
63
73
122
142
109
11
5
10
8
35
56
87
116
157
145
11
3
2
13
16
41
61
72
94
60
9
-
3
.6
13
.
.22
.51
66
83
21
103
13
2
6
8
9
33
37
48
89
65
8
1
3
3
6
7
5
14
19
14
1
1
4
5
10
5
6
4
7
482
309
78
869
305
604
634
378
35
36
.37
37
37
35
35
36
37
37
36
36
39
36
38
35
36
37
37
37
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
37
39
39
35
36
37
39
39
37
37
38
39
38
.
6
15
6
24
4
14
37
91
28
108
46
145 155
229
63
182
75
22
9
TRAITE\IENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS I.ES UNIVERSITES
TABLEAU 20. Age des professeurs d'université, selon Ia matière (humanités), 1967Pure humanities
Philosophy 1 '
Philosophie"
-
Humanitis pures
Applied humanities
-
llumanités appliquées
ne and
Thta
humes,
n.e.c. 13
humanities
Music
art'1
Theology"
Humanits
pures
n.d.a."
Total.
humanitês
pures
Musique
Arts
appliqu85 21
Théologle"
Applied
huts.PJpt
n.e.c."
humanities
Humanités
appliquées
n,d.a."
hues
Total.
humanits
Total,
humanités
appliquées
NO
2
7
13
22
24
46
3
13
18
24
44
78
96
96
91
12
47
49
35
-
62 104 7
147 10
246 II
342 10
484 14
625 17
752 21
664 8
98 4
1
2
3
9
9
14
18
25
19
1
8
21
32
48
53
55
74
74
43
5
1
70
125
2
179
3
294
4
395
5
539
6
6991 7
826
8
707
9
103 10
7
14
9011
427
5
6
13
15
23
15
27
19
14
2
6
6
13
11
12
12
9
2
-
-
14
2
76 3
4
489
247
3,600105
105
137
80
37
38
38
38
38
37
38
38
40
41
37 40
38 42
38 40
39 41
39 42
37
39
37
40
40
42
45
45
46
45
46
49
49
48
51
-
4,027
12
41
37
44 138
43
39
44 141
44 140
13
14
15
16
17
Les notes sont donnêes après le dernier tableau.
TARI.E%t: 21. Age des prolesseurs d'université. selon Ia matière (sciences sociales), 1967- 68 10
Pure social science
Applied social science
-
Sciences soclales pures
Pure social
science
n.e.c.
-
Sciences
sociales,
pures,
n.d.a.
Total, pure
social
science
Commerce,
business
administralion"
-
-
Total,
sciences
sociales
pures
Commerce.
administration des
aUaires"
Education"
-
Household
science,
home
economics"
-
Pdagogie 2'
Science
m8nag0e"
-
"
Sciences sociales appliqu6es
Law
Physical
and health
education
Social
work
Applied
social
science
n.e.c."
-
-
-
-
Droit
2ducation
physique
Service
social
Total
applied
social
science
-
Total,
Sciences
sociales
sciences
appliquées,
sociales
appllqu8es
n.d.a.'°
Total
social
science
-
Total,
sciences
sociales
No
6
12
23
19
27
17
3
26
48
65
145
291
398
529
712
588
65
2
10
13
26
57
54
101
110
75
9
11
42
80
119
113
153
159
155
66
2
2
7
11
11
22
19
15
18
19
4
3
6
4
12
9
26
49
78
62
9
1
4
7
12
19
34
54
61
92
33
-
5
37
15
37
3
4
10
-
114
2.904
472
937
131
262
327
123
37
35
37
41
40
36
36
37
37
38
36
36
36
37
36
43
43
42
43
44
40
40
42
42
39
34
34
34
34
34
33
34
35
35
36
43
45
43
44
44
1
1
-
Lea notes soOt données après le dernier tableau.
-
-
19
76
130
199
244
313
402
441
324
57
45
124
195
344
535
711
931
1,154
913
122
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
-
69
106
11
22
2,274
5,180
12
39
38
48
38
39
39
39
39
37
37
38
38
38
13
14
15
16
17
-
7
13
17
22
25
21
12
6
-
2
2
2
2
3
7
4
6
6
INIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
68
TABLE 22. Age of University Teachers, by Subject, in the Biological Sciences, 1967685 0
Age (in 1967)
Age (en 1967)
No.
,
Pure biological science
Applied biological science
Sciences biologiques pures Sciences biologiques appliquées
Pure
biologicalTotal, pure
sciencesbiological
Dentistry
BotanyZoology' 1n.e.c. 12science
- - - -Agriculture Art
Botanique Zoologie" Sciences Total.
dentaire
biologiquessciences
puresbiologiques
n.d.a."pures
735-39....................................................................
830-34....................................................................
925-29....................................................................
10Under - Moms de 25 ............................................
5
7
15
19
28
29
10
2
3
23
29
30
61
70
88
82
41
3
5
11
11
31
51
69
109
99
47
2
9
47
45
68
127
158
225
210
98
7
3
8
20
35
53
60
55
50
15
1
11 No intormation - Pas de renseignements ........
1
3
7
11
1
I65andOver—etPIuS ..........................................
260-64....................................................................
355-59....................................................................
450-54....................................................................
545-49....................................................................
640-44....................................................................
1
13
2
6
8
15
25
18
27
23
11
3
-
12 Number reported - Nombre déclaré ....................
130
433
442
11005
301
138
Median age 52 - Age median":
131967-68............................................................
141965-66............................................................
151963-64............................................................
161962-63............................................................
17
1960-61............................................................
38
38
39
41
42
39
40
41
41
39
38
38
39
40
40
39
39
40
41
40
42
42
41
41
40
41
45
43
44
42
1
Notes follow the last table.
TABLE 23. Age of University Teachers, by Subject, in the Physical Sciences, 1967 - 68' ° "
Pure physical science
Sciences physiques pures
Age (in 1967)
-
Age (en 1967)
Chemistry"
Geology"
Chirnie"
Géologle"
No.
Mathematics" Physics"
Mathe-Physique'°
matiques"
-
6
165andover- et plus.......................................... .
260-64..................................................................... 20
355 - 59..................................................................... 18
450-54..................................................................... 40
545-49..................................................................... 65
640-44..................................................................... 114
735-39..................................................................... 189
830-34..................................................................... 227
925-29..................................................................... 109
10Under - Moms de 25 ............................................. 7
2
9
6
17
22
39
46
51
16
2
11 8
30 12
26 19
57 38
61 53
105 97
175148
216198
Pas de renseignements
9
2
10 1
804
212
943681
Median age" - Age mdian 52 :
131967-68............................................................. 36
141965-66............................................................. 36
151963-64............................................................. 37
161962-63............................................................. 37
171960-61............................................................. 38
38
38
39
39
40
35 36
35 36
37 36
37 38
37 36
11No information
-
12Number reported
-
Nombre declare
Notes follow the last table.
Pure
physical Total, pure
science, physical
n.e.c.science
Sciences Total,
physiquessciences
pures,physiques
n.d.a. - - pures
27
71
-
69
2154
9210
3358
4560
5697
5453
-
47
-
-
223100
29 9
-
22
282,668
6
1
36
36
41 37
6
37
6
37
6
TRAITEMENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
69
TAISI,FALI 22. Age des prolesseurs d'universit, scion Ia rnatière (sciences biologiques), 1967-68 ° '"
Applied biological science
Sciences biologiques ajpliquées
MedicIne"
Nursing
-
Mdeclne"
Physiotherapy,
occupational
therapy'
pharmacy
I
-
Total,
sciences
biologiques
-
-
2
1
3
8
13
13
15
17
8
Total,
sciences
biologiques
appliques
Sciences
I
blologiques
appliques
n.d.a.
Physiothrapie
ergothdmpiell
-
Pharmacie
Total
biological
science
Total
applied
biological
science
Applied
biological
science
n.e.c.
No
26
106
141
252
417
531
669
562
219
40
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
33
44
11
2,002
3,007
12
17
59
96
184
290
373
444
352
121
33
4
6
9
19
40
30
42
30
28
2
5
27
39
71
136
216
250
185
24
3
1
11
12
28
16
25
41
38
31
21
16
4
3
9
972
228
83
61
219
40
42
42
42
41
37
42
43
44
43
40
39
38
39
38
40
45
42
42
39
41
41
41
38
39
40
42
41
41
41
-
5
8
7
11
14
9
4
3
-
-
-
40 13
41
14
4115
41
16
Les notes sont donnes apr8s le dernier tableau.
TABLEAU 23. Age des professeurs d'université, selon is niatière (sciences physiques), 19676810,31
Applied physical science
Sciences physiques appliquées
Engineering
Chemical
Architecture 4° engineering
Civil
engIneering
Genie
civil
Genie
chimique
-
Gnie
Total
Engineering, engineering
Mining
Electrical Mechanical
fl•OC•
engineering engineering engineering°
Total.
genie
Genie
Genie
G4nie
Genie
n.d.a.
m1n1er'
mecanique
electrique
I
1
3
6
7
16
22
38
31
24
1
34
166
1819
199
3321
7046
6154
7472
4446
31
2
7
11
9
28
46
38
54
41
2
1
1
48
1
117
150
345276
39
40
43
42
41
36
36
36
36
36
3836
3936
3836
3736
3736
-
3
8
9
10
26
27
24
9
-
Les notes soft donnêes aprês Ic dernier tableau.
1
9
12
6
15
20
19
19
13
1
-
2
2
5
10
8
16
32
32
20
2
13
43
61
60
121
220
242
282
188
9
Applied
physical
science
n.e.c.'
Total.
applied
physical
science
Sciences
physiques
appliquêes
n.d.a.'
Total,
sciences
physiques
appliquees
1
1
5
5
7
14
20
27
24
8
14
47
74
74
138
260
289
333
221
17
Total.
physicad
science
Total,
sciences
physiques
No
41
118
143
228
348
618
849
11030
674
64
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
-
-
15
37
11
239
114
129
1.253
112
1.482
4.150
12
37
36
37
37
35
41
41
44
43
43
35
38
37
38
38
37
38
37
37
36
33
36
37
38
38
37
38
37
37
37
36
37
37
37
37
13
14
15
16
17
14
-
70
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
TABLE 24. Years Since Award of First Degree - University Teachers by Rank and Field, 1q67 - 6850.2
FABLF.A(i 24. Annes depuis le premier grade - Prolesseurs d'unive'rsité selon le rang et le domaine. 1967 68505152
Years trü 1967' since
award of first degree
Années (jusqu'en 1967) depuis
le premier grade
Deans 3
Prolessors
Ass)ciLte
professors
Assistant
professors
Professors
ungraded 8
Lecturers aid
instructors
Doyens 3
Professeurs
titulaires4
Professeurs
agrégés
Professeurs
adjoints
Professeurs
non classes 3
Charges
de cours
All fields
45andover - etplus.......................................
. .2
40-44.................................................................. .. 7
35-39...................................................................
.43
30-34...................................................................
.47
25-29...................................................................
.46
20-24...................................................................
38
15-19...................................................................
46
10-14..................................................................
10
5-9..................................................................
.1
Under-Momsde5..........................................
No degree and/or no information - Pas de
grade et/ou aucun renseignements
Number reported - Nombre declare
3rd quartile - 3e quartile.................................
Median-Médiane .............................................
1stquartile-lerquartile ...............................
1965-66 median - médiane ..............................
1963-64'"
1962-63'''
1960-61''
12
262
34
28
20
28
28
29
29
39
146
301
414
539
617
670
154
19
-
84
2,983
31
24
18
25
26
27
26
-
Total
Tous don'aines
11
30
113
171
302
508
1,314
1.104
337
14
2
16
31
82
135
257
806
1,629
2.354
332
14
13
12
7
11
16
47
69
69
32
7
15
27
32
41
89
186
397
1,007
1,023
75
237
527
753
1,074
1555
3.069
3,363
3,787
1,401
128
4,062
21
16
12
16
17
17
17
324
5,968
14
19
309
19
12
7
12
15
13
14
295
3, 119
10
6
4
6
7
7
8
862
16,703
20
13
8
14
14
14
14
to
7
10
11
11
11
II
I
Faculty adminisliation' - AdminisUation de ]a 1acult 7
Number reported - Nombre dêclaré ................
I262
34
3rd quartile - 3e quartile .................................
Median - Médiarie ..............................................
28
20
1st quartile - ler quartile ...............................
29
1965-66 median - medlane ..............................
1963-64 " 28
1962-63 ''''
29
1960-61 '"
29
4324 6 2
32
25
19
26
25
24
26
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
18
:
2 I339
33
26
19
26
28
-28
-28
Humanities8 - Ilumanités'
Number reported - Nombre déclaré ................ I- I560
3rdquartile - 3e quartile ................... ............. .
Median- Médlane ......... .................................... .1stquartile - terquartile...............................
1965-66 median - médiane ............... .............. .
1963-64 "
"
1962-63 ''
1960-61 --
7811,418
34
27
20
28
29
29
28
2416,
1811
14 8
1811
2013
2112
2213
96 I1,172 I4,027
27 111
14
6
8
4
14
6
16
8
16
8
17
8
21
13
7
13
14
15
16
Social sciences' - Sciences soclales'
Number reported - Nombre déclaré ................
I- I811 I1,236
3rdquartile-3e quartile .................................
Median- Médiane............................................. ..1st quartile -ler quartile...............................
1965-66 medIan - médlane ..............................
1963-64
1962-63
1960-61""
-
30
23
17
24
24
25
26
Notes follow the last table. - Les notes sont données après le dernier tableau
21
16
12
16
17
16
16
2,049 I63 I1,021 I5,180
1417
910
6 5
tO 8
1113
11
11
1110
10
6
3
6
7
7
7
19
12
7
13
13
13
13
TRAITE'IENTS ET QUALIFICATION DANS LES UNIVERSITES
IF
TABlE 24. Years Since Award of First l)egree - University Teachers by Rank and Field,
1967 - 68'"''" - Concluded
TABLE %U 24. .Années depuis le premier grade - Professeurs d'universitê selon le rang et le domaine
19117 - 68°" - fin
Years (to 1967) since
award of first degree
AssociateAssistantProressors Lecturers and
Des isP:fr'ssors4professorsprofessorsungraded 5instructors
Années (jus4u'en 1967) depuls Doyensl'rufesseurs 4 Professeurs Professeurs ProfesseursCharges
agrégésadjoints non classes 5de cours
le premier grade Total
Biological sciences' - Sciences biologiques'
-68779797792
454
3,007
31211518
12
21
Median - Médiane .............................................- 25171111
'1
15
1st quartile - ler quartile .. ............................ .- 1913 8 8
3
9
1965-66 median - mCdiane .................. ...........-251611 5
8
15
-26171213
9
16
1962-63" ............................
-26171213
9
16
1960-61 "
-251611 6
8
15
-8821,2241,51856
470
4, 150
3rd quartile - 3e quartile .................................- 31191220
10
19
Median - MCdiane .............................................-2314 912
5
13
1st quartIle - ler quartile ...................... .. ...... .- 1811 67
3
8
1965-66 median - médiane .............................- 2415 910
6
13
1963-64"
-2616914
7
13
1962-63 ''
-27161011
6
13
1960-61''
-26161012
7
13
Number reported - Nombre déclaré 3rd quartile - 3e quartile ................................
1963-64
'
Physical sciences' - Sciences physiques'
Number reported - Nombre déclaré Notes follow the last table. - Les notes sont données après le dernier tableau.
TABLE 25. Ratio of Full-time University Teachers to Full-time Students, by Region. 1960-61 to 1967 -68'°"
TABI.EAI 23. Rapport des professeurs d'université de plein temps aux étudiants de plein tenips.
selon Ia rCgion, 1960-61 a 19671967-68
1965-66 Ratio - Rapport Number ofNumber of Number of Number of
teachersstudents"Ratioteachers students" Ratio
1960-61 1962-631963-64 -----Nombre de NombreRapport Nombre de NombreRapport
professeurs d 'étudiants"professeurs d'étudi ants"
Total in sample - ToLl dans
l'échantillon .............................
1:14.4
1:14.5
1:14.5
12,085
174,628
1:14.3
16,378
241,506
1:14.7
Atlantic Provinces - Provinces
Atlantiques ....................................
115.1
1:15.3
1:15.1
1,210
18,685
1:15.4
1,617
24,270
1:15.0
Québec..............................................
1:16.1
1:15.6
I: 15,6
2,982
47,764
1:16.0
3,468
67,988
1:19.5
Ontario..............................................
1:12.6
1:12.4
1:12.7
4,369
53,843
1:12.3
6,368
77,898
1:12.2
Western Provinces - Provinces de
l 'Ouest..........................................
1:15.4
1:15.4
1:15.8
3,524
54,386
1:15.4
4,925
71.350
1:14.5
Notes follow the last table, - Les notes soot données après le dernier tableau.
72
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIF ICATIONS
TABLE 26. Highest Earned University Degree, by Rank and Region, 1967- 68"
TABLEAU 26. Plus haut grade universitaire acquis, scion Ic rang et Ia rgion, 1967- 68"
Total
Deans'professors' professors professorsungraded' instructors
Doyens' Professeurs Professeurs Professeurs Professeurs Charges
titulaires' agregesadjoints nonde1967classes'cours
AtlanticProvinces
-
Provinces Atlsntiques
30
219
378
636
24
399
1,686
1,210
992
18
8
122
59
197
125
241
308
3
11
8
209
589
720
404
515
324
400
2
24
23
26
3
33
111
83
75
2
14
32
55
7
132
242
188
172
1
3
-
16
20
-
1
13
7
11
q
Doctorate" - Doctoral"...................................
Master's 4 ' - Maitrise".....................................
First professional degree beyond first baccalaureate 4 ' - Premier gradeprofessionnel
au delS du premier baccalaurfat"
Firstbaccalaureate 4 ' - Premier baccalaureal"...............................................................
No university degree - Paz de grade universitaire .............................................................
-
-
No Information
-
-
-
Pas do rensolonoments
Québec...................................................................54616
Doctorate" - Doctorat" .................................32399
Master's" - Maltrise" ................................... 13129
First professional degree beyond first baccalaureate" - Premier grade professionnel
nu dell du premier baccalauréat"
Firstbaccalaureate" - Premier baccalauréat"...............................................................
No university degree - Pas de grade univerSitaire ............................................................
No information - Paz de renseignements
Ontario....................................................................
Doctorate 4 ' - Doctorat"..................................
Master's" - Maltrise".....................................
First professional degree beyond first baccalaureate 4 ' - Premier grade professionnel
au dell du premier baccalaurêat"
Firstbaccalaureate" - Premier baccalaur8at"...............................................................
No university degree - Faa de grade universitaire.............................................................
No information - Faa de renseignements
Western Provinces
-
Provinces de l'Ouest
Doctorate"
-
Doctorat"...................................
-
4I
10
817
1,299
128
7303,6442.9822.190
489
193
594
436
38
65
611.6131.025753
2971,1331.1281804
70
89
155
13
197531402258
1
17
39
85
10
10525733'?251
1
7
29
2
1
-
651043831
565293
1,315
1,567
2.149
116
29
8
763.3552.2711,632
6851,9371,3671,017
-
110
1,1726,4294.3691
3.251
73
22
944
204
1.080
307
1,153
711
8
68
53
84
17
52282153146
5
73
98
173
58
286693502402
7
19
11
18
16
12
3
2
641016548
961116
68
833
1.300
1,884
41
818I 4,9443.5242,692
594
118
783
316
796
666
16
18
472.2781.6631.255
3771,5091.169870
52
65
83
44252164119
33
73
151
221481427323
5
31
18
45
24
164
4
2
469'?5746
833274479
262
2,983
4,062
5.968
309
3,11916,70312.0839.125
165
2,059
510
2,549
941
2,784
2,121
86
102
1927.8355.3633,964
1.5685,29941793,091
214
230
348
34
3261,176802598
137
242
464
75
7441,6731,4541.148
13
50
37
63
72
179
9
3
191322173136
98398114188
-
57
Master's" - Maltrise".....................................
First professional degree beyond first baccalaureate 4 ' - Premier grade professionnl
au dell do premier baccalaurfat"
24
First baccalaureate" - Premier baccalaurêat"................................................................ 11
No university degree - Pas de grade universilaire ............................................................ .. No Information - Faa de renseignements
5
Notes follow this table.
-
7
Doctorate" - Doctoral" ..................................
42
14
Master's" - Maltrise"....................................
First professional degree beyond first baccalaureate 4 ' - Premier grade professionnel
au dell, do premier baccalaur8at"
7
Firstbaccalaureate" - Premier baccalaureat".................................................................
No university degree - Paz de grade universitaire .............................................................
No information - Paz de renseignements ....
2
Total.......................................................................
1963-64
Lea notes sont donnêes aprIs ce tableau.
TRAIII:\IENTS EU QUALIFICATION I)ANS LES UNIVERSITUS
73
NOTES RELATED TO TABLES
NOTES CONCERNANT LES TABLEAUX
Including lay teachers, and religious teachers paid on
the same scale as lay teachers.
Data included for 65 institutions:
Sont compris les professeurs laics et los professeurs religieux rémunérés a l'égal des laics.
Chiffres portant sur 65 institutions:
Atlantic Provinces
Memoria' 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 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
Quebec
College de Levis. Levis
Université Laval, Québec
Séminaire de Québec, Québec
Bishop's University, Lennoxville
UniversitC de Sherbrooke. Sherbrooke
Université de Montréal, Montréal
£cole Polytechnique, Montréal
College Sainte-Marie, Montréal
McGill University, Montréal
Sir George Williams University, Montréal
College de Rouyn, Rouyn
Loyola College, Montréal
Marianopolis College, Montréal
Ontario
Provinces Atlantiques
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
Québec
College de Levis, Levis
Université Laval, Québec
SCminaire de Québec, Québec
Bishop's University, Lennoxville
Université de Sherhrooke, Sherbrooke
Université de Montréal. Montréal
École Polytechnique, Montréal
College Sainte-Marie, Montréal
McGill University, Montréal
Sir George Williams University. Montréal
College de Rouyn, Rouyn
Loyola College, Montréal
Marianopolis College, Montréal
Ontario
Universitd d'Ottawa, Ottawa
Université d'Ottawa, Ottawa
Carleton University, Ottawa
Carleton University, Ottawa
Queen's University at Kingston, Kingston
Queen's University at Kingston, Kingston
Royal Military College, Kingston
Royal Military College, Kingston
University of Toronto, Toronto
University of Toronto, Toronto
Victoria University, Toronto
Victoria University, Toronto
Trinity College, Toronto
Trinity College, Toronto
St. Michael's College, Toronto
St. Michael's College, Toronto
Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto
Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto
McMaster University, Hamilton
McMaster University, Hamilton
McMaster Divinity College, Hamilton
MeMaster Divinity College, Hamilton
University of Guelph
University of Guelph
University of Western Ontario, London
University of Western Ontario, London
University of Windsor. Windsor
University of Windsor, Windsor
York University, Toronto
York University, Toronto
Ontario College of Education, Toronto
Ontario College of Education, Toronto
Laurentian University of Sudbury, Sudbury
Université Laurentienne de Sudhury, Sudbury
University of Waterloo, Waterloo
University of Waterloo, Waterloo
Waterloo Lutheran University, Waterloo
Waterloo Lutheran University, Waterloo
Lakehead University of Arts, Science and Technology, Lakehead University of Arts, Science and
Port Arthur
Port Arthur
Brock University, St. Catharines
Brock University, St. Catharines
Trent University, Peterhorough
Trent University, Peterborough
Ontario Institute for Studies in Education
Ontario Institute for Studies in Education
Western Provinces
Brandon College, Brandon
University of Manitoba, Winnipeg
St. John's College, Winnipeg
St. Paul's College, Winnipeg
University of Winnipeg
University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon
St. Thomas More College, Saskatoon
University of Alberta, Edmonton
University of Calgary
University of British Columbia, Vancouver
Provinces de l'Ouest
Brandon College, Brandon
University of Manitoba, Winnipeg
St. John's College, Winnipeg
St. paul's College, Winnipeg
University of Winnipeg
University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon
St. Thomas More College, Saskatoon
University of Alberta, Edmonton
University of Calgary
University of British Columbia, Vancouver
Technology,
74
UNIVERSITY SALARIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
Western Provinces —Continued
Provinces de I'Ouest— suite
University of Victoria, Victoria
University of Lethbridge
Red Deer Junior College, Red Deer
Notre Dame University of Nelson, Nelson
Simon Fraser University, Burnaby
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.
8
Excluding deans, and others concerned primarily with
faculty administration.
8
Institutions included: West—British Columbia, Alberta,
Calgary, Saskatchewan, Manitoba; Central - Western
Ontario, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education,
MeMaster, 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.
University of Victoria, Victoria
University of Lethbridge
Red Deer Junior College, Red Deer
Notre Dame University of Nelson, Nelson
Simon Fraser University, Burnaby
Ne sont pas compris les vice-doyens, les directeurs
d'écoles et d'instituts. Sont compris quelques directeurs
de colleges constituants.
Sont compris (s'ils ont le rang de professeur titulaire)Ies
vice-doyens, les directeurs d'écoles et d'instituts.
10
For those receiving some allowance, i.e. excluding
those reported as receiving no allowance.
' This footnote has been deleted in this edition.
12
In cases where there were 1 or 2 in one group, detail
of the distribution is not shown.
Including letters, social science, Islamic studies, mediaeval studies.
14
Including faculties teaching both pure and applied
science.
10
Including psychology and education combined, and
child study.
Including medical research, medical technology.
17
Including canon law.
18
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.
19
History and appreciation—including art, archaeology,
architecture, drama, music.
° Including Greak, Latin, mediaeval literature, oriental
languages.
21
Including Russian, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese,
Icelandic, such combinations as modern languages,
romance languages, Slavic languages, and also letters
and linguistics.
22
Including ethics, logic, natural theology.
23
Including East Asiatic studies, Islamic studies,
Slavic studies, religion, Asian studies, Celtic studies,
Near Eastern studies.
24
Including drama, elocution.
20
Including journalism, library science.
26
Economics and political science combined.
Dans quelques petits colleges le rang de professeur
agrégé et celui de professeur adjoint n'existent pas; tous
sont classes professeurs s'ils ne sont pas simplement
charges de cours.
Le traitement median n'a pas été calculé lorsqu'une sdrie
comprenait moms de 10 personnes ou a moms qu'elle ne
comptt plus de 2 institutions. Ii en résulte que les augmentations procentuelles relatives a ces repartitions n'ont
pu etre calculées. Les quartiles ne sont pas calculés lã
oü, 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.
8
Ne sont pas compris les doyens ni les autres personnes
s'occupant avant tout de l'administration de la faculté.
Voici les institutions intéressêes: Ouest—British Columbia, Alberta, Calgary, Saskatchewan, Manitoba; Centre Western Ontario, Ontario Institute for Studies in EducaMc Master, Toronto, Victoria, Trinity, Queen's, McGill,
Bishop's; Maritimes—New Brunswick, Mount Allison, St.
Francis Xavier, Acadia, Dalhousie. On a exclu les profe
fesseurs a temps partiel et les professeurs religieux dont
l'dchelle de traitements était inférieure a celle du personnel laic.
10
Pour ceux qui recoivent une allocation c.-a-d. sans ceux
déclarés comme ne recevant aucune allocation.
Ce renvoi a été supprimé de Ia présente edition.
12
La ventilation n'est pas faite quand le groupe ne cornprend qu'un ou deux professeurs.
13
y compris lettres, sciences sociales, etudes islamiques,
etudes médiévales.
14 y compris les facultés de sciences pures et appliquees.
Y compris la psychologie et la pédagogie réunies et la
psychologie de l'enfant.
Y compris recherche médicale, technologie mêdicale.
Y compris droit canonique.
18
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 bibliotheconomie, de philosophie,de science secrêtariale,de science veterinaire et
d'études supérieures.
Histoire et appreciation —y compris art, archeologie, architecture, theatre, musique.
20
y compris le grec,le latin,la littérature médiévale et les
langues orientales.
21
y compris le russe, l'espagnol, l'italien, le portugais,
l'islandais, les groupements tels que les langues modernes, les langues romanes, les langues slaves, les lettres
et la linguistique.
22
y compris morale, logique, thêologie naturelle.
23
y compris etudes oriento-asiatiques, etudes islamiques,
etudes slaves, religion, etudes asiatiques, etudes celtiques, etudes du Proche-Orient.
24
y compris théätre, elocution.
25
y compris journalisme, bibliothéconomie.
21
Sciences économiques et science politique réunies.
TRAITE1ENTS FT QUALIFICATION I)ANS LES UNIVERSITES
-
5
Western Provinces —Concluded
Provinces de UOuest—fin
Including accounting, industrial relations
Including child study.
29
Including dietetics.
° Including secretarial science, public administration.
31
Including anatomy, histology, embryology, entomology, palaeontology, physiology.
32
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.
Including biophysics, geophysics, mathematical physic s.
° Including town planning.
' Including agricultural engineering, architectural engineering, forest engineering, structural engineering.
42
Including geological engineering, metallurgical engineering, petroleum engineering.
Including aerophysics, applied mathematics, applied
physics.
Comparable data for 1956- 57 not available.
Excluding M.D., D.D.S., D.V.M.
46
Including licence.
Including M.D., D.D.S., D.V.M. and second baccalaureate.
V compris comptabilitê, relations industrielles.
y compris psychologie de l'enfant.
y compris dittique.
° Y cornpris science secrétariale, administration publique.
31
y compris anatomie, histologie, embryologie, entomologie, paléontologie, physiologie.
32
Ycompris botanique et zoologie r*Sunies sous biologie, et
aussi génétique et histoire naturelle.
" V compris technologie médicale.
Y compris rehabilitation.
" Y compris sylviculture, hygiene et sante publique. science vétérinaire, optometric.
' Y compris biochimie.
" y compris minéralogie.
27
25
Including first professional degree if it is the first
baccalaureate.
Excludes staff with no degree.
° Including both lay and religious teachers.
Data included for all 65 institutions listed in Note 2.
32
Excludes staff for whom no information was reported
" Excludes staff with no degree and staff for whom no
information was reported and hence totals do not
equal those in Table 18.
° Less than 1 year.
Estimated, for institutions included in this survey, on
basis of returns made as of December 1 together with
enrolments reported in the salary survey.
28
y compris astronomie, geodesie, statistique.
y compris biophysique, géophysique, physique mathématique.
40
y compris urbanisme.
Y compris genie agricole, genie architectural. genie forestier, genie des charpentes.
42
y compris genie géologique, genie métallurgique, gdnie
pétrolier.
y compris aérophysique, mathematiques appliquees, physique appliquêe.
Donnêes comparables pour 1956- 57 non disponibles.
Non compris M.D., D.D.S., D.M.V.
48
y compris licence.
' y compris M.D., D.D.S., D.M.V. et second baccalaurêat.
48
y compris premier grade professionnel s'il s'agit du premier baccalauréat.
° A l'exclusion du personnel sans grade.
Y compris les professeurs laics et religieux.
Donnes portant sur les 65 institutions enumerees a la
note 2.
Sans le personnel au sujet duquel il n'y a pas eu de
rapport.
Ne comprend pas les professeurs sans grade,ni le personnel au sujet duquel il n'y a pas eu de rapport; c'est
pourquoi les totaux ne correspondent pas a ceux du
tableau 18.
54 Moms d'un an.
" Estimation portant sur les institutions étudiées dans le
present rapport et fondCe sur les declarations du ler
décembre, ainsi que sur les inscriptions declarees au
cours de l'enquête sur les traitements.
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DATE DUE
P1 8LIc.rIoNs (O(R.%NTES 1W LA 1)1 VISION DF L'IDUCATION
Hiver, 1968-69
Le.s personnes qui ddsirent recet'otr l'avis des nouvelles publications soni prides d'dcrire d to Dftisiori de l'dd:ieatio,i, B.F..S.
Prix
Numêro de
catalogue
GFNFRALITF'.S
81-201-Statisttquelirovisoirodvl'enseignement, 1966- 67. Bilinguc ............................ ....................................................................... $ .75
81-208-Losfinancesdolonseignement, 1965.Bilingue......................................................................................................................... 75
81-220-Statistique del'enseignement-Estimations,1968-69.Bilingue .............................................................................................. 50
81-535- The Organization and .-ldministraiion of Public Schools in Canada (3rd edition - 1966). Edition anglajse ....................... 2.00
81-515 F-Illustration graphique do l'enseiguement au Canada. Editions anglaise et françalse ........................................................... 75
81-533-EnseignenientparcorrespondanceauCanada,1963-64.Bilingue........................................................................................... 50
81-523-Guidebjbliographiquedel'enseignementauCanada.Bilingue................................................................................................. 75
81-524 F - La planification do l'enseiguemont et l'expansion de l'économie, Editions anglaise et fraricaise .................................... 1.00
81-530-Lape'rs6v6rancescolaireparageet parclasse,1965,Bilingue ............................................................................................... 75
12- 528--1llanualoI.4 ccounting for SchoolBoards.Editionanglaise.................................................................................................. 1.00
81 -537-Statistique de l'enseiguement special des enfants exceptionnels, 1966.Bilingue ................................................................ 1.00
81- 526 F - Statistique du recensement et autres donnêes a l'usage des conseillers en formation professionnelle, recensement de
1961Editionsanglaiseetfranaise........................................................................................................................................ 1.00
FINSFIGNENIENT F.LFML:NT%IRE ET
sr:cosI) At RE
81-202 -Traitements et Qualification des institliteurs des écoles publiques êlenientaires et secondaires, 1966 -67. Bilingue ....1.00
81 -210 - Relevé de l'enseignernent êlêmentaire Pt secondaire, 1962-63. Bilingue .............................................................................1.50
81-215-Statistique des ecoles privées 616mentaires et secondaires, 1967-68. Bilingue ...................................................................25
81-216-Mouvemont interprovincial et immigration des enfants au Canada, 1964-65. Bflingue .........................................................25
81-217-ElCves ct personnel des Ccoles pour aveugles ci sourds, 1967-68. Bilingue .........................................................................25
81-540-Jardjns d'enfants et maternelles privés au Canada, 1967-68. Bilingue ...................................................................................25
I.NSFIGNF.MENT SUP! RIEUR
i -:n:rTriti:qutlitication du prtvsscuts des universités et colleges. 1967-68. Bilingue ...........................................75
81 -:04 - Ricv lv insi gnement sup(rcir, 1967 -68. Partie I: Inscriptions d'automne aux universités et colleges. Bilingue .75
81-211-Relevé de l'enseignement superisur, 1965-66 - 1966-67. Partie II: Grades, personnel et résumé. Bilingue ...................75
81-212-UniversitCs canadiennes, recettes et dépenses, 1965-66. Bilingue .........................................................................................50
81-219 -Frais do scolarité et de subsistance dans les universités et colleges du Canada qui confCrent des grades, 1968 .69.
Bilingue........................................................................................................................................................................................ 25
81 -203 -Trailemonts des professours d'université, 1937- 1960. Bilingue ...............................................................................................75
81 -536 F - Bourses de recherches et d'études supérieures aux institutions de langue française.1967. Edition française ................1.50
81-519F-Les revenus et dCpenses des étudiants universitaires au Canada, 1961-62, Partie I: Les étudiantsétrangers, Editions
anglaiseet française.................................................................................................................................................................. 75
81-520 F-Los revenus et dpenses des étudiants universitaires au Canada. 1961-62, Partie II: Les sous-diplômés canadiens.
Editionsanglaise et francaise ...................................................................................................................................................
81-521 F-Los revpnus et dCpenses dos étudiants universitaires au Canada, 1961-62. Partie Ill: Los dip1més canadiens.
Editionsanglaise et francaise...................................................................................................................................................
81-527 -Grades des professeurs des universités canadiennes, 1963-64, Fartie I: Repartition selon le rang, Ia faculté et le
domaine.Bilingue.........................................................................................................................................................................
U'4ITIATIVES ( - lLTURILLE:s DES ADUI,TES
81 -205
81-206
81- 207
81 -218
81- 522
81 -529
81-532
-RelevC desbibliothéques, ParticI:Bibliothèques publiques, 1966.Bilingite .....................................................................
jD
-Relevé des bibliothèques, PartieII:BihliothCquos scolaires, 1965-66.Bilingue ................................................................ 75
- L'Cducationdesadultes,1964-65.Bilingue............................................................................................................................... 75
- BihliothCques des universités et des colleges, l'annCc' scolaire 1966-67 (rappOrt préliminaire), Bilingue ....................... 25
- ParticipantsA uneeducation supplémentaireauCanada.Bilingue ........................................................................................... 75
-Muséesetgaleriesd'art,1964.Bilingue ....................................................................................................................................... 75
-Relevé des bibliothèques, Partie III: La formation professionnelle, 1960-1965. Btlingue................................................. 50
FORMATION PROFESSIONNELLE
81-209-Relevé do Ia formation professionnelle et technique s 196566. Bilingue ..............................................................................1.00
81 -213-Statistics of Prirate Business (:oueges. 1966 -67. Edition anglaise .......................................................................................25
81-214-Statistique des éc.oles de métiers privées. 1965-66. Bilingue .................................................................................................2 5
8 1 - 539-Formation organisêe dans quatre groupos d'industries. 1965. Bilingue ...................................................................................75
La remise do,t Se faire par cheque ou mondat de paste payable
au Receveur génroI du Canada et adressCe a Ia Distribution des
publications, Bureau féde'rol de ía stoti5tique, Ottawa, ou a jimprimeur de Ic Reine, Hull, (P.Q.).
CURRENT PUBLICATIONS OF THE EDUCATION 1)1 VISION
Winter, 1968 -69
Persons urshing nOticeS of new publications are invited to utile to the Mucation Division, DBS.
Catalogue
number
Price
GENERAL
81- 201 - Preliminary Statistics of Education, 1966-67. Bilingual .............. ................................................................................................ S .75
81- 208 -Survey of Education Finance, 1965. Bilingual ................................................................................................................................ .75
81 - 220 - Advance Statistics of Education, 1968- 69. Bilingual .................................................................................................................. .50
81 -535--The Organization and Administration of Public Schools in Canada (3rd edition - 1966). English edition ............................ 2.00
81 - 515- A Graphic Presentation of Canadian Education. English and French editions ......................................................................... .75
81 -533-Canadian Education Through Correspondence, 1963-64. Bilingual ............................................................................................ .50
81- 523 -A Bibliographical Guide to Canadian Education. Bilingual .......................................................................................................... .75
81 - 524 - Education Planning and the Expanding Economy. English and French editions ...................................................................... 1.00
81 - 530 -Student Progress through the Schools by Age and Grade, 1965. Bilingual ................................................................................ .75
12-528-A Manual of Accounting for School Boards. English edition ........................................................................................................ 1.00
81 - 537 -Statistics of Special Education for Exceptional Children, 1966. Bilingual ................................................................................ 1.00
81 -526-Census and Other Data for Vocational Counsellors, 1961 Census. English edition ................................................................ 1.00
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION
8 1 - 202 -Salaries and Qualifications of Teachors in Public Elementary and Secondary Schools, 1966 -67. Bilingual ......................1.00
8 1 - 210 - Survey of Elementary and Secondary Education, 1962-63. Bilingual..........................................................................................1.50
81 - 215 - Statistics of Private Elementary and Secondary Schools, 1967 -68. Bilingual ...........................................................................25
81-216-Interprovincial Movement and Immigration of Children to Canada. 1964-65. Bilingual .............................................................25
81 - 217 - Enrolment and Staff in Schools for the Blind and Deaf, 1967-68. Bilingual ...............................................................................25
81-540-Private Kindergarten and Nursery Schools in Canada, 1967-68. Bilingual ................................................................................ .25
III(lff:R EDUCATION
81 - 203 - Salaries and Qualifications of Teachers in tjnivorsities and Collvges, 1967 - 68. Bilingual ..................................................75
81-204 -Survey of Higher Education, 1967 -68. Part I: Fall Enrolment in Universities and Colleges, Bilingual ...............................75
81-211 -Survey of Higher Education, 1965-66- 1966-67, Part 11: Degrees. Staff and Summary. Bilingual ..........................................75
81 -212-Canadian Universities, Income and Expenditure, 1965-66. Bilingual ........................................................................................50
81- 219 -Tuition and Living Accommodation Costs at Canadian Degree-granting Universities and Colleges, 1968 -69. Bilingual .25
81 - 203 - University Teachers' Salaries, 1937-1960. Bilingual ...................................................................................................................75
81-536-Awards for Graduate Study and Research, 1967. English edition ................................................................................................3.50
81 -519-University Student Expenditure and income in Canada. 1961-62. Part I: Non-Canadian Students. English and French
editions.............................................................................................................................................................................................
81- 520 -University Student Expenditure and Income in Canada, 1961 -62. Part II: Canadian Undergraduate Students. English
andFrench editions .........................................................................................................................................................................75
8 1 - 521 -University Student Expenditure and Income in Canada, 1961-62, Part III: Canadian Graduate Students. English and
Frencheditions .................................................................................................................................................................................75
81 - 527 - Degrees Held by Canadian University Teachers, 1963-64, Part I: Distribution by Rank, Faculty and Field. Bilingual .75
ADULT CULTURAL ACTIVITIES
81- 205-Survey of Libraries, Part I: Public Libraries, 1966. Bilingual .....................................................................................................75
81 - 206 - Survey of Libraries, Part II: Academic Libraries, 1965-66. Bilingual .......................................................................................75
81- 207 -Survey of Adult Education, 1964-65. Bilingual ...............................................................................................................................75
81- 218 -University and College Libraries, 1966-67 (Preliminary Release). Bilingual ...........................................................................25
81-522-Participants in Further Education in Canada, Bilingual ...............................................................................................................75
81-529-Museums and Art Galleries, 1964. Bilingual ...................................................................................................................................7 5
81- 532 -Survey of Libraries, Part III: Library Education, 1960-1965. Bilingual .....................................................................................50
VOCATIONAL I;DUCATION
81 -209 - Survey of Vocational Education and Training, 1965 -66. Bilingual ............................................................................................1.00
81 - 213 - Statistics of Private Business Colleges, 1966-67. English edition ...........................................................................................25
81- 214 - Statistics of Private Trade Schools, 1965- 66, Bilingual .............................................................................................................. .25
81- 539 -Organized Training in Four Industry Groups, 1965. Bilingual .......................................................................................................75
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