Alexandrea Rivera

Summary

Alexandrea Rivera earned $48,597 in 2018 as a Regular Teacher for Davis Magnet School. Rivera had worked for this employer since August 29, 2016.

Rivera earned more than 53.12% of employees in Davis Magnet School.

Employment history for Alexandrea Rivera

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Regular Teacher $43,897 $4,700 08-29-2016 2018
Regular Teacher $49,578 Not reported 08-29-2016 2017

Data year: 2018 Source coming soon

Comparing total pay per year

-$981

-1.98%
Overall Net Change in Total Pay

-$5,681

-11.46%
Overall Net Change in Base Salary

Not reported

Net Change in Extra Pay

Other employees with the title Regular Teacher at Davis Magnet School in 2018

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Nathaniel D. Swopes Jr Regular Teacher $84,543 01-07-2011
Christeen Lynette Brown Regular Teacher $82,959 11-15-1993
La Shaun Gaynelle Woodland Regular Teacher $80,432 02-26-1990
Tasha D Henderson Regular Teacher $75,255 08-22-2008
Kendra J. Fant Regular Teacher $58,008 08-27-2008
Alexis D Curington Regular Teacher $52,155 03-09-2016
Yadeale Tamru Regular Teacher $51,954 09-20-2017
Meliya Chappell Regular Teacher $51,107 03-25-2015
Dunia Odeh Regular Teacher $46,939 08-29-2018
Ragan L. Mozee Regular Teacher $40,690 08-28-2017
Tiffany P. McGill Regular Teacher $17,863 02-18-2013

Data year: 2018 Source coming soon

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