Professor Leiter's latest post about salaries for philosophers is well worth close study. I suspect that many of you should march on up to your Dean and demand a raise immediately. Others should try to keep these data quiet.
In any case, it provides another occasion to consider the odd fact that, despite the considerable institutional benefits which attach to having a stable and continuous faculty within a philosophy department, the only way to get paid what you're worth is to regularly prove your low-level of loyalty to your current institution. College administrators proceed as if your worth is inversely proportionate to your personal investment in your college.
As Professor Leiter notes, this creates strong incentives for disingenuous job seeking-- good people seeking out job offers from other departments for the sole purpose of sweetening the pot at home. It's a costly (for the institution being taken for a ride) practice; and it, in my view, morally icky.