The College President-to-Adjunct Pay Ratio

A great piece from The Atlantic’s Laura McKenna:

“While income inequality in higher education isn’t as high as Chipotle, it does rival that of other publicly traded corporations, including Nike, IBM, and Motorola.

State schools with the highest-paid presidents seem to be offsetting their administrative bloat with cheaper labor.”

Just a reminder: USC President Nikias raked in over $1.9 million in total compensation from the university last year.

Head over to The Atlantic for the full story.


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