by Amr Taha
The above chart shows the annual percentage salary increase of college presidents, instructors and all working Americans. Over the previous three years, the average salary of college presidential salaries has risen much more quickly than that of college instructors and all American workers.
View past charts of the week here.
Amr Taha is an adjunct instructor of economics at Ohio University and a research assistant for CCAP. He holds a master's degree in applied economics from Ohio University and a bachelor's degree in economics from American University in Cairo.
Monday, December 08, 2008
Chart of the Week: 12/8/08
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Ah, it's the market!
I don't like it, but it's not as bad as corporate CEO's who make 100 times as much for running their countries into bankruptcy.
you can fault no one for accepting a salary that has been offered.
you can certainly fault those that made the offers.
george steinbrenner ring a bell?
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