On the salaries page, here's another interesting tidbit of information:
Average On Call Music Accompanist salaries for job postings in Fort Worth, TX are 17% lower than average.
Double digits! Below that quote on the same page, Indeed.com even has a graph of National Salary Trends for On Call Music Accompanists, which you can see in the following screenshot:
Just look at that growth! I don't know where Indeed.com got their facts regarding the salary trends of On Call Music Accompanists, but some recent research by OSSTF (the parent union of the RCM Faculty Association) failed to uncover any information in existence regarding average salaries of faculty at schools of music, either across North America or internationally, let alone those of the On Call Music Accompanists that work there.
1) Is this type of position worthwhile for those pianists with collaborative piano degrees who are entering the workforce and looking for their first taste of academic work? (Disclosure: I started my teaching career as a staff accompanist, and although I moved beyond it into classroom and private teaching, I worked with fantastic teachers and students and it was a rewarding experience overall.)
2) Are there any resources in existence where salaries of faculty at schools of music (including staff accompanists) are listed? Or are salaries at schools of music a closely guarded secret that are never shared outside the groves of academe?