Compensation Resources for Employees



Faculty Salary Comparator Data

Understand our staff compensation program

  • Use the Pay Matrices page to find the salary range assigned to your grade. Understanding the range associated with your grade will give you a better idea of the potential earnings growth you could expect should you decide to remain in your current job or grade. Movement through the range is dependent on a number of factors, including but not limited to performance, years of service and how your current salary relates to the midpoint of the range (i.e., your compa-ratio).

Access your job description

Find your job description, and others, on the Job Code Detail webpage. Learn what the minimum qualifications and essential functions are for your current job and other jobs across the university system.

Learn how your job fits into a broader career category

  • Use O*NET Online--a free tool to available to the public--to access valuable assessment tools to help workers and students looking to find or change careers.
  • The U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, offers the Standard Occupational Classification system, which places each occupation into 23 major groups. Use this system to find how your occupation relates to others in your category.

Learn how to advance your career

Visit the Office of Human Resources' Training and Development webpage to find ways to expand your skills and potentially advance through your career path. You can also visit myLearn for training courses or browse the Training and Development resources for your specific campus:

Reviewed 2014-10-29.