Over 400 Employees at UIUC Earning Over $150,000
The stats show that salaries are edging higher after several years of hiring freezes, furloughs, retirements and budget woes. Randy Kangas is the university's associate vice president for planning and budgeting. Kangas says the salaries reflect the fact that there's stiff competition for faculty and top administrators among national universities. He says when there's demand, prices go up.
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