The Cal Law Journal has a story on how and why librarians aren\'t getting rich.
\"Across the state, county law libraries are feeling the financial pinch. Cutbacks in the stacks have become commonplace and salaries are so stagnant that longtime government employees are looking elsewhere in search of better pay.\"
Stolen from The Rarin\' librarian
\"We\'ve had to cancel a substantial number of publications. The first to go were duplications and books that were highly specialized,\" says Lutke. \"There just has been a steady decline in funds. And once you pay for the upkeep, there\'s nothing left for salary increases. That\'s a big issue, considering what dot-com economics has done to this area.\"