Fast Facts for Librarians in Texas
Salaries for Librarians in Texas
Schools for Librarians in Texas are listed below.
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This list also contains online schools that accept students from Texas.
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|School Name||Campus||Highest Award||Enrolled|
|Our Lady of the Lake University-San Antonio||San Antonio||Doctorate||2,608|
|Sam Houston State University||Huntsville||Doctorate||16,496|
|Texas A & M University-Commerce||Commerce||Doctorate||8,813|
|Texas Woman's University||Denton||Doctorate||12,168|
|The University of Texas at Austin||Austin||Doctorate||50,170|
|University of Houston-Clear Lake||Houston||Doctorate||7,522|
|University of North Texas||Denton||Doctorate||34,710|
The map below shows job statistics for the career type by metro area, for Texas. A table below the map shows job popularity and salaries across the state.
Listed below are metro areas ranked by the popularity of jobs for Librarians relative to the population of the city, as of 2008. Salary data was obtained from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
A Relative Popularity of 1.0 means that the city has an average number of the particular job, for its population, compared to the rest of the US. Higher numbers mean proportionally more jobs of that type.
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