David A Young

Summary

David A Young earned $23,352 in 2017 as a Special Ed Classroom Assist for Chicago Public Schools City Wide Pension & Liab Ins. Young had worked in this position since November 24, 2014.

Young earned more than 82.34% of employees in Chicago Public Schools City Wide Pension & Liab Ins.

Other Special Ed Classroom Assists at Chicago Public Schools City Wide Pension & Liab Ins

Name Position Salary Start Date
Lynn Marie Brown Special Ed Classroom Assist $38,210 10-15-1992
Graciela Lagunas Soto Special Ed Classroom Assist $25,390 04-13-2012
Bettie J Nathoo Special Ed Classroom Assist $20,955 09-27-2007
Judtih Carabez Special Ed Classroom Assist $20,794 03-04-2016
Jeremy R. Carter Special Ed Classroom Assist $19,319 09-20-2010
Sydney L Washington Special Ed Classroom Assist $18,604 12-06-2012
Alvaro Contreras Special Ed Classroom Assist $17,779 12-18-2013
Precious Coleman Special Ed Classroom Assist $16,996 06-11-1992
Rosalinda Ramirez Special Ed Classroom Assist $8,432 12-30-2013
Jerry L. Carey Special Ed Classroom Assist $7,878 01-13-2011
Michael Marks Special Ed Classroom Assist $4,345 10-01-2006
Brenda Houston Special Ed Classroom Assist $2,234 09-03-2002
Lydia I Henry Special Ed Classroom Assist $746 10-15-1990
Sonia Valdes Special Ed Classroom Assist $634 08-04-2009
Ariel A. Carr Special Ed Classroom Assist $604 09-26-2012
Alicia T Galan Special Ed Classroom Assist $541 08-29-2001
Joan Mary Pappas Special Ed Classroom Assist $182 11-07-1994
Synethia Coker Special Ed Classroom Assist $74 08-24-1999

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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