The Effect of Gender and Minority Status on Salary in Private and Public ARL Libraries
Pay disparity, Wage gap, Gender, Minority, Academic libraries, Research libraries, Public vs private, Research
The purpose of this study was to identify pay disparities within gender and race using private and public Association of Research Libraries (ARL) libraries as a lens. In this study, 44 ARL libraries participated, leading to 1099 usable responses to our survey. The findings indicate that race and gender pay disparities are larger at private libraries than at public libraries. However, disparity levels at both public and private ARL libraries are smaller than the national averages for all professions and continue to shrink.
Original Publication Citation
Galbraith, Q., Merrill, E., & Outzen, O. (2018). The effect of gender and minority status on salary in private and public ARL libraries. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 44(1), 75-80. doi: 10.1016/j.acalib.2017.10.005. Peer-reviewed
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Galbraith, Quinn; Merrill, Erin; and Outzen, Olivia, "The Effect of Gender and Minority Status on Salary in Private and Public ARL Libraries" (2018). Faculty Publications. 3707.
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