The number of physics faculty members continues to grow, reaching 9,400 full-time equivalents during the 2009-10 academic year. The average number of faculty members per department is at or near decadal highs. Simultaneously, the percent of full-time equivalent (FTE) physics faculty employed in temporary or non-tenure track positions increased in 2010 to 19% overall; this level was last seen in 2004. This report also examines bachelor’s degree production as a function of FTE faculty members. These findings are from the Academic Workforce Survey of 2010.