What happened to comparing apples to apples? YSU administrators are not working class-- they have PhDs, multiple master's degrees, and extensive business and university experience. So yeah, they get paid more. And as they move to higher ranking positions, they get big raises. As the university expands and their jobs become more difficult, they get more raises. Isn't that the point? Isn't that why students will pay the increased tuition and fees-- to get better, higher paying jobs?At least these administrators are in the business of building students up, of attempting to educate. Seems more constructive than being a talking head shouting out numbers with no perspective and little accountability.
June 21, 2011 at 9:56 a.m.
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