Originally Posted by irish80122
A lot of public institutions either have to post their salary information (my grad institution did this, so you could see what anyone made) or have to post their salary ranges (my current institution does this). Thus, this information is out there and available.
Speaking just of psychology departments, there is quite a range based upon school, location, and whether or not the program has a masters or doctoral program. I would say the medians I have seen are 50-60k for assistant professors, 70-80k for associate, and 90 - 110k for full professors. Again though, it varies. You may be better off searching to see if a school you are interested in posts their salary data. There is a wide range, even within public schools in the same state!
I'm not only referring university-based work, but all work a psychologist may do (clinical, research, testing, evals, etc). Obviously, most of that data is nowhere to be found as employers don't go around posting salary information (AND people don't discuss it either, hence, this thread).