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2010-11 Sumter County Education Staff Salaries

Librarian/Media Specialist

$47,871 average salary, 47th of 67 districts (Top 70.15%),
number of employees: 8
34th most expensive county to live, 9th lowest poverty rate, students perform 10th during 2010-11 school year

Salary Changes


YearState AverageSumter County
FPLI AppliedAverage Salary
2011$52,029 $50,271.23$48,004
2010$51,206 $49,663.87$47,871
2009$52,294 $48,896.58$46,618
2008$52,581 $45,417.98$43,356
2007$52,852 $44,753.48$42,753
2006$51,025 $46,801.72$44,705
2005$48,505 $45,554.39$43,427
2004$46,883 $43,130.89$41,190


Librarian/Media Specialist Salaries vs. Student Scores (County-by-County)

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Sumter County Education Staff Salaries (2010-11)

Librarian/Media Specialist

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Rank County Number of Employees Avg. Salary Avg. Salary (FPLI Applied) Top %
1st 9 $62,961 $65,475 1.49
2nd 7 $62,795 $60,871 2.99
3rd 2 $53,732 $59,072 4.48
4th 11 $56,449 $57,920 5.97
5th 340 $58,733 $57,848 7.46
6th 57 $59,140 $57,720 8.96
7th 3 $53,445 $57,561 10.45
8th 15 $53,964 $56,572 11.94
9th 15 $53,066 $56,429 13.43
10th 15 $56,112 $56,400 14.93
11th 2 $54,200 $56,388 16.42
12th 34 $55,979 $56,181 17.91
13th 21 $52,798 $56,108 19.40
14th 3 $53,168 $55,755 20.90
15th 1 $51,257 $55,497 22.39
16th 1 $50,808 $55,322 23.88
17th 32 $54,134 $55,177 25.37
18th 5 $50,210 $54,958 26.87
19th 9 $53,447 $54,823 28.36
20th 19 $53,931 $54,630 29.85
21st 30 $51,330 $54,612 31.34
22nd 5 $52,330 $54,200 32.84
23rd 6 $52,553 $54,089 34.33
24th 49 $54,799 $54,000 35.82
25th 20 $53,372 $53,824 37.31
26th 3 $48,705 $53,628 38.81
27th 114 $54,286 $53,473 40.30
28th 15 $52,681 $53,342 41.79
29th 6 $50,601 $52,875 43.28
30th 3 $48,308 $52,474 44.78
31st 6 $49,151 $52,311 46.27
32nd 31 $51,684 $52,174 47.76
33rd 63 $49,953 $51,964 49.25
34th 123 $51,114 $51,319 50.75
35th 48 $50,450 $51,146 52.24
36th 42 $50,669 $51,093 53.73
37th 40 $48,109 $50,968 55.22
38th 43 $48,938 $50,829 56.72
39th 152 $50,981 $50,486 58.21
40th 7 $45,850 $50,362 59.70
41st 9 $47,997 $49,992 61.19
42nd 4 $45,798 $49,873 62.69
43rd 7 $46,484 $49,811 64.18
44th 30 $51,046 $49,748 65.67
45th 31 $47,537 $49,741 67.16
46th 116 $49,186 $49,693 68.66
47th 8 $47,871 $49,664 70.15
48th 219 $50,399 $49,630 71.64
49th 21 $48,996 $49,501 73.13
50th 19 $47,943 $49,477 74.63
51st 50 $46,870 $49,012 76.12
52nd 12 $45,204 $48,996 77.61
53rd 9 $47,478 $48,921 79.10
54th 134 $50,332 $48,606 80.60
55th 88 $47,418 $47,975 82.09
56th 47 $46,610 $47,810 83.58
57th 48 $46,234 $47,502 85.07
58th 3 $43,572 $47,500 86.57
59th 14 $45,453 $47,312 88.06
60th 92 $46,943 $46,469 89.55
61st 8 $42,596 $46,320 91.04
62nd 201 $45,822 $44,591 92.54
63rd 5 $42,683 $43,967 94.03
64th 3 $39,680 $43,466 95.52
65th 3 $39,790 $41,678 97.01
66th 2 $35,831 $38,736 98.51
67th 10 $36,230 $38,522 100.00

* Salary Ranking is based on Florida Price List Index (FPLI) applied average salary.
* Most Expensive County Ranking is based on FPLI.
* Poverty rate shows 5 to 17-year-old group in 2010
* Student Performance Ranking is based on 2010-11 District Ranking report from Florida Department of Education
* The Florida Price Level Index (FPLI), established by the Legislature as the basis for the District Cost Differential (DCD) in the Florida Education Finance Program, is used to represent the costs of hiring equally qualified personnel across school districts. For more information, please visit Bureau of Economic and Business Research at University of Florida.

Source: Florida Department of Education & U.S. Census Bureau
 
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