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Comparison of Salary Changes at UMKC from Fall 2002 (FY03 frozen files 10/31/2002) to Fall 2003 (FY04 snapshot, unofficial, November 2003) Data are limited to employees in Fall 2003 who were also employed in Fall 2002. Calculations: J.H.Waterborg, Faculty Senate, 11-16-2003

FY03 salary data >$75K Category

# Av.

$45K-$75K

Av.

$30K-$45K

Av.

$10K-$30K

Av.

<$10K

Av.

ALL $ ranges

Av.

Regular full-time employees Regular part-time employees Temporary PT+FT employees Regular full-time employees Regular part-time employees Temporary PT+FT employees

NO NO NO YES YES YES

195 0 0 17 0 0

2.8%

5% 478

3.2%

5 10

-10.0% -38.9% 0.6%

25% 39 0

10.9%

0 4% 36% 42% 12% 678 13

4.9% 4.1%

20

-20.4%

4% 498 3% 38 29% 170

4.1% 5.0% -0.1%

5% 7% 45% 2 1 374

21.3%

1851 57 110% 574

4.6% 3.4% 12.4%

58 3

13.2%

4 20% 89 4 61

18.5%

21% 0 0 49 203 7 114

14.0% 27.3% 86.2%

17% 12% 94% 20% 31% 415% Changes FT/PT, Reg/Temp

YES

11 14 21 38 19 103

110.1%

387% Regular full-time employees

ALL

212

2.6%

9% 517

3.8%

6% 736

5.6%

7% 587

6.2%

11% 2 2054

5.5%

18% FY03 and FY04 data are direct Annual Rates of salary (monthly or hourly) without benefits, obtained from UM System tables PT= part-time; FT= full-time. Change is “Yes” if the occupational code (OCC), department, Job code or percentage FTE changed from FY03 to FY04. Change is also “Yes” if changes from full-time to part-time employment, or vice versa, and/or changes from temporary to regular status, or vice versa, occurred; in addition such changes often also change OCC, department, Job code and/or FTE of employment. Change is “No” if none of these categories changed. This does not exclude that some changes in job responsibility occurred which warranted significant changes in salary compensation # is number of employees in the category; Av. is average raise in salary based on the FY03 salary set to 100%; +SD is standard deviation calculation, a measure of data dispersity. More complete overview of variability in raises can be seen in histogram displays.

Jakob H. Waterborg Faculty Senate handout 11/18/2003 page 1

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