Jaime Eulloqui

Summary

Jaime Eulloqui earned $27,598 in 2017 as a Clerk for Lake County. Eulloqui had worked for this employer since November 28, 2011.

Eulloqui earned more than 17.26% of employees in Lake County.

Eulloqui earned more than 18.67% of employees across all Cook or Collar Counties.

Employment history for Jaime Eulloqui

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Clerk $27,598 Not reported 11-28-2011 2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

Other employees with the title Clerk at Lake County in 2017

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Randy R Quilling Clerk $74,721 10-20-1992
Brittany L Qualls Clerk $33,841 10-10-2016
Linda Weiler Clerk $31,650 01-13-2014
Janet I Messinger Clerk $31,345 12-18-2015
Stephanie Evans Clerk $31,050 08-08-2016
Allen Smith Clerk $31,031 10-17-2016
Carl Wi Kitzerow Clerk $30,952 01-12-2015
Araceli Cervantes Clerk $30,375 05-28-2013
Gina M Porras Clerk $30,125 02-10-2014
Ronda Cook Clerk $29,810 06-05-2006
Maureen Wenzel Clerk $29,605 06-13-2011
Theresa Gagliardo Clerk $27,163 11-04-2013
Angelo M Crespo Clerk $26,977 06-03-2013
Judith M Kienitz Clerk $26,970 06-24-2013
Cynthia K Hansen Clerk $26,400 10-06-2014
Patricia A Benson Clerk $26,397 10-14-2014
Georgeta Velez Clerk $26,389 03-24-2014
Michael L Kobus Clerk $25,253 04-13-2016
Zoraida Ramos Clerk $23,666 03-21-2016
Lizzania Sanchez Valladares Clerk $23,450 03-21-2016
Vonda R Auxer Clerk $23,396 01-23-2017
Siomara Espadas Clerk $23,347 03-21-2016
Belen Martinez Gomez Clerk $18,266 01-23-2017
Lindsay H Burns Clerk $13,704 05-01-2017
Courtney Lloyd Clerk $11,114 06-07-2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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