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  APA Research Office: Salaries in Psychology: 2001
Salaries for the three major health service provider subfields (clinical, counseling, and school) are presented separately, in Sections 5, 6, and 7, in addition to Section 8, for respondents involved in the provision of direct human services in "other psychological subfields." Only licensed psychologists are included in these positions.
Salaries of doctoral-level industrial/organizational psychologists also are examined by degree, age, gender, and salary change across years in the salary report by the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychologists (SIOP) entitled, Income and Employment of SIOP Members in 2000 (Katkowski and Medsker, 2001).
Salaries of doctoral-level psychologists (particularly industrial/ organizational psychologists) involved in the administration of applied psychology may also be found in the salary report by the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology (SIOP) entitled, Income and Employment of SIOP Members in 2000 (Katkowski and Medsker, 2001).
research.apa.org /01salary/index.html   (7400 words)

 NBA Salary Cap FAQ
Salaries of players selected in an expansion draft (see question number 93) and waived by the expansion team prior to the start of the season.
The maximum salary for the replacement player is 50% of the injured player's salary, or the average salary, whichever is less (see question number 24 for the definition of "average salary").
This average salary figure is used when determining the salaries payable using the Early-Bird, Disabled Player and Mid-Level exceptions; when determining an unsigned free agent's effect on team salary, and when determining the maximum salary in an offer sheet to a restricted free agent with one or two years of service.
members.cox.net /lmcoon/salarycap.htm   (14227 words)

 29CFR541.541.118 - Salary basis.
For example, a salary of $200 in each week in which any work is performed, and an additional $50 which is made subject to deductions which, are not permitted under paragraph (a) of this section.
However, this should not be construed to mean that an employee is on a salary basis within the meaning of the regulations if he is employed occasionally for a few days and is paid a proportionate part of the weekly salary when so employed.
For example, a salary of $300 in each week in which any work is performed, and an additional $55 which is made subject to deductions which are not permitted under paragraph (a) of this section.
www.dol.gov /dol/allcfr/ESA/Title_29/Part_541/29CFR541.118.htm   (1369 words)

 NOT-OD-06-031: Salary Limitation on Grants, Cooperative Agreements, and Contracts
For the purposes of the salary limitation, the terms "direct salary," "salary," and "institutional base salary" have the same meaning and are exclusive of fringe benefits and facilities and administrative (F&A) expenses, also referred to as indirect costs.
Salary Cap Summary, [FY 1990 – FY 2006), if adequate funds are available in active awards, and if the salary cap increase is consistent with the institutional base salary, grantees may rebudget to accommodate the current Executive Level I salary level and contractors may charge at the higher level.
The salary limitation does NOT apply to payments made to consultants under an NIH grant or contract although, as with all costs, those payments must meet the test of reasonableness and be consistent with institutional policy.
grants.nih.gov /grants/guide/notice-files/NOT-OD-06-031.html   (1195 words)

 MELDI: Salary Negotiations
If asked: "What are your salary requirements?" Summarize the requirements of the position as you understand them, and then ask the interviewer for the normal salary range in his/her company for that type of position.
Employers are likely to respond positively to a salary request based on fact, rather than on the mere wishes of the job seeker.
If you think the salary offer is too low, thank the firm for the offer, express a strong interest in the job, let them know you want to work for them, and politely request a higher salary.
www.umich.edu /~meldi/4_salary_negs.html   (1750 words)

 Salary Survey Data for 90,000+ Jobs
For salary software used by 10,000 subscribing organizations to set pay for more than 10 million employees worldwide, see ERI's Salary Survey Assessor.
Salary Expert provides employee salary reports that calculate a job's labor market value based on the employee's education and experience, as well as the organization's industry and size.
Salary calculations are customized to your inputs for industry, employee experience, planning date, and pay strategy (at, above, or below market rates).
www.salaryexpert.com   (1181 words)

 BLAZERS: Salary Cap 101
The salary cap is simply a limit on the amount of money that NBA teams are allowed to pay their players.
The salary cap varies from year-to-year as it is calculated as a percentage of the League's revenue from the previous season.
The League had a cap in the mid-1940s, but the modern NBA instituted a salary cap prior to the 1984-85 season, striving to level the playing field for all teams and to maintain competitive balance throughout the League.
www.nba.com /blazers/news/Salary_Cap_101-147720-41.html   (1606 words)

 NBA.com Salary Cap for 2004-05 Is $43.87 million
The salary cap has increased during the current collective bargaining agreement between the NBA and the National Basketball Players Association from $26.9 million in 1997-98 to the new level of $43.87 million, the highest amount since the salary cap was established in 1984.
The collective bargaining agreement provides for minimum salaries that must be paid to players based on their years of service.
In addition, so that teams are not deterred from signing more experienced players because of their higher minimum salaries, any amount payable to a player in excess of the four-year minimum salary amount is subsidized by the league (and does not count toward the team's payroll for cap or tax purposes).
www.nba.com /news/cap_040713.html   (877 words)

 Salary Adjustment Guideline
An in-range salary adjustment is a recurring change of a non-union, non-academic employee's salary rate within the salary range of the particular classification.
An in-range salary adjustment is a recurring change of a non-union employee's salary rate within the salary range of the employee's current classification.
It is expected that departments making salary offers to new employees will evaluate the new employee's overall credentials against the salary, credentials, and performance record of existing staff in order to preserve internal equity within the work unit.
www1.umn.edu /oit/hr/Manager_Tools/Salary_Adjustment_Guideline.html   (799 words)

 CNN.com - Survey: Average teacher salary up slightly - Jul. 4, 2003
The average teacher salary hit almost $44,400 last year, according to a survey by the American Federation of Teachers.
The better salaries for the first-time teachers and a slow job market in fields outside teaching helped shrink a national teacher shortage, the survey reports.
The AFT contends teacher salaries would still be lower than those of white-collar peers -- such as midlevel accountants and engineers -- even if teachers worked a 12-month year.
www.cnn.com /2003/EDUCATION/07/04/teacher.salaries.ap/index.html   (290 words)

 The New York Times Job Market - Salary Comparison and Salary Calculator   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
This Basic Salary Report is based on broad national data, reported exclusively by the Human Resource departments of tens of thousands of employers from all sizes, industries and locations.
All salaries are based on total cash compensation, which includes base pay and bonuses.
Salaries are based on a typical 40-hour workweek (2,080 hours per year).
salary.nytimes.com /salarywizard/articles/atcl_display.asp?atc=1   (623 words)

 AFT - Teacher Salary - Teacher Salaries - Teachers Salary - Teachers Pay - Teacher Pay
The AFT teacher salary survey for the 2004-05 school year found that the average teacher salary was $47,602, a 2.2 percent increase from the previous year.
The 2005 salary survey also examines the impact of rising housing costs and student loan debt on teachers in the 50 largest cities.
Salaries for state-employed professionals registered a modest increase over the previous year but still lagged behind the inflation rate, according to the 2006 AFT Public Employees Compensation Survey, the only national survey that tracks such trends.
www.aft.org /salary   (218 words)

 Salary Source - Your ultimate source for salary survey information
Salary Source is the ultimate tool for assessing the current market value for any of over 350 benchmark positions.
With Salary Source, you are guaranteed to receive at least three different survey sources for every position.
Salary Source allows you to specify what Base City you want to regionalize your data for among more than several thousand choices in the United States and U.S. Territories.
www.salarysource.com   (312 words)

 Dr. Dobb's | Salary and Job Satisfaction Survey | June 29, 2001
That disclaimer aside, we’re pleased to note that the 1999 salary and job satisfaction survey does contain some useful information about industry trends and reveals not a group of disgruntled developers but a population of mostly male, mostly seasoned, mostly content, mostly 40-hour-a-week-working, mostly $60,000-per-year-earning developers who overwhelmingly like their bosses and coworkers.
Most are salaried, full-time employees, and 69% have worked for their company for five years or less.
Contrary to the conventional wisdom that developers’ high salaries are tempered by the need to work 60 to 70 or more hours per week, 61% of our readers (the same number as last year) reported clocking a reasonable 41 to 50 hours per week.
www.ddj.com /dept/architect/184415750   (1068 words)

 salary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The total salary received by a faculty member during the eight-and-one-half months of the academic year is the academic base salary figure, regardless of the source of funds.
Approved assignments during the three-and-one-half-month summer period--commencement to one week prior to the first day of classes of the fall semester--involve salary or wage payments that are supplementary compensation to the academic base salary.
The rate of supplementary salary payment may or may not be directly related to the academic base salary rate, but in any event it may not exceed the base rate applicable in the fiscal year during which the service is performed.
provost.syr.edu /policies/salary.asp   (2880 words)

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The high cost of gas is negating many commuters' raises in 2005.
Collecting data about a job and formulating a negotiating strategy will give you an advantage in salary talks.
When negotiating a salary, use your judgment to evaluate the situation and take the right approach.
bostonworks.boston.com /salary   (150 words)

 Salary & Compensation Information: The Riley Guide
The Salary Wizard is fast and easy to use, allowing you to search for base, median, and top-level earnings in hundreds of jobs for many occupational areas, and they have much of the data spun to your local jurisdiction.
The Basic Salary Reports for the US and Canada or the International Salary Report cover many other countries, and each allows you to select a job title and region and returns a nice report showing salary averages, salary levels, benefits, and cost-of-living.
Realize that many jobs may have no salaries posted or that they might even be incorrect based on the regional and industry talent market, but they are a place to start.
www.rileyguide.com /salary.html   (1311 words)

 ERI Salary Survey Data
Founded nearly 20 years ago as an outsource of salary survey analyses, ERI has evolved into a geographic- and industry-specific salary survey, cost-of-living, and executive compensation benchmark survey firm dedicated to research and development.
Subscribers rely on ERI compensation reports and software databases to analyze salary ranges, set competitive pay in the United States, Canada, and Europe, research salary survey and geographic pay data, establish cost-of-living differentials for employee relocation allowances, determine merit increases, prepare CEO and other executive compensation reports, and capture organization competencies.
ERI provides subscribers with the unique ability to run unlimited salary survey and cost-of-living survey analyses in-house and set competitive salaries for every position in their organizations using a single salary source.
www.salary.org   (721 words)

 JobStar--Profession-Specific Salary Surveys
Salary ranges for swine, dairy, beef and crop farming from an agricultural recruiter.
Survey of recent salaries at foundations and corporate foundations/giving programs from the Council on Foundations (in.pdf format.) The most current survey is restricted to members only.
Reports on employment and salaries for physicists, astronomers and related scientist from the American Institute of Physics.
jobstar.org /tools/salary/sal-prof.php   (1877 words)

 Ask The Headhunter: FAQ Salary 1
The excuse employers make is that your past salary helps them determine your experience level, it pegs your value, and it helps them establish a new salary for you.
Bottom line: when you divulge your salary history, you put yourself in a corner that's very difficult to negotiate your way out of.
(Alternately, cross out the "salary history" title on the form and replace it with "required salary range".) If a company insists on your salary history to determine where you'll fit, they should divulge your boss's salary so you'll know where you might "fit" in the future.
www.asktheheadhunter.com /faqsalary1.htm   (1017 words)

 PayScale - Lawyer Salary, Lawyer Starting Salaries, Average Annual Salary of a Lawyer
The Lawyer Starting Salaries chart shows first year average annual salary of a lawyer and then shows salary progression for every four years of experience.
The Lawyer Salary by State chart shows that California currently has the highest lawyer salary.
Patent Lawyer Salary can be found on a chart that shows all jobs in the patent law practice area.
www.payscale.com /research/vid-29471/fid-6886   (504 words)

 Links - Salary Information
Two free applications to assist in planning career goals and to provide a compensation estimate that can be expected in the future for a particular job/position.
A fun, interactive site maintained by the Texas Workforce Commission that allows you to calculate the salary you will need to maintain the kind of lifestyle you desire plus what kinds of careers provide that salary level.
Generates a salary report for a specific career in a specific zip code and has lots of related articles and information.
www.utexas.edu /student/careercenter/links/salary.html   (161 words)

 Requests for Salary Requirements or Salary Histories
You can attempt to make the point that previous salaries have no bearing on your potential salary -- especially if you are changing careers or recently received a new degree or certification, but it's often not going to fly.
Be sure the paper, style, and typeface of your salary history matches those of your resume and cover letter.
Go to our salary negotiation resources section to find links to several great Web sites that provide salary information.
www.quintcareers.com /salary_histories_requirements.html   (1083 words)

 CAREER CENTER - JOB SEARCH RESOURCES   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
It is important that you thoroughly research salary information and trends so you can communicate with confidence and enthusiasm about the value you bring to the organization, and your worth in the market place.
Before you enter any salary negotiation, you need to know what the current market rates are for the job you seek and for someone with your qualifications.
Since most companies have a salary structure for their organization with a range in mind for a specific job, you should consider communicating a well-researched salary range that would be the basis of salary and benefit negotiation.
www.csun.edu /career/job_search_skills/salary_info.htm   (1532 words)

The base salary is the value according to his contract; however, he may not have received the entire amount.
The column labeled "salary" is the actual amount he received in base salary and bonuses combined.
For players whose base salary is listed as $0, their actual base salary was rolled into a bonus.
asp.usatoday.com /sports/football/nfl/salaries/default.aspx   (265 words)

 Why Teach At CPS? - Teacher Salary
The salary and total compensation figures are based on a regular school term of 40 weeks, at six hours per day for staff holding regular Illinois state standard certificates.
The Lane Salary Chart is based on the same term and hours per day, with incremental increases for years of teaching experience.
Inquiries concerning the application of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and the regulations promulgated thereunder concerning sex discrimination should be referred to the Title IX Officer, Chicago Public Schools, 125 S. Clark St., Chicago, Illinois 60603, 773-553-2688 (TTY-773-553-2699).
www.cps-humanresources.org /Careers/salary.htm   (282 words)

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