The following report analyzes 35 years of ARL Salary Survey data to measure any gender or minority based wage gaps. Included are graphs and tables showing changes in the ARL population and salaries from 1980 to 2014. Regression-based analyses found evidence of an existing gender wage gap, with an estimate that females earn 97.82% of what males earn on average. Similar analyses found no evidence of a minority based wage gap. Comparisons in the report are between males and female, minorities and nonminorities, across multiple racial groups, and between public and private universities.