Jonathan Garcia

Summary

Jonathan Garcia earned $47,793 in 2018 as a Correctional Officer, Vric for Department Of Corrections. Garcia had worked for this employer since March 16, 2009.

Garcia earned more than 50.68% of employees in Department Of Corrections.

Employment history for Jonathan Garcia

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Correctional Officer, Vric $35,014 $12,779 03-16-2009 2018
Correctional Officer $66,758 $9,943 03-16-2009 2017

Data year: 2018 (Source)

Comparing total pay per year

-$28,907

-37.69%
Overall Net Change in Total Pay

-$31,744

-47.55%
Overall Net Change in Base Salary

$2,836

+ 28.53%
Net Change in Extra Pay

Other employees with the title Correctional Officer, Vric at Department Of Corrections in 2018

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Anthony G Perez Correctional Officer, Vric $42,628 04-13-1998
Patrick T Glennon Correctional Officer, Vric $42,626 01-08-1996
Jeremy J Corning Correctional Officer, Vric $40,065 05-05-2003
Jimmy D Figueroa Jr Correctional Officer, Vric $39,908 05-29-2006
Andrew Currie Correctional Officer, Vric $39,810 01-23-2006
Emiliano Perez Correctional Officer, Vric $39,795 05-03-2004
Ramon Guerrero Jr Correctional Officer, Vric $39,640 04-16-2007
Mark C Brabec Correctional Officer, Vric $39,387 11-01-2004
Glenda J Tanchez Correctional Officer, Vric $38,699 11-09-2009
Dave M Rivera Correctional Officer, Vric $37,940 05-10-2010
Anthony J Weber Correctional Officer, Vric $37,483 06-13-2005

Data year: 2018 (Source)

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