Juan M Acevedo


Juan M Acevedo earned $75,517 in 2018 as a Radio Dispatcher for Lake County. Acevedo had worked for this employer since February 09, 2011.

Acevedo earned more than 64.51% of employees in Lake County.

Acevedo earned more than 68.94% of employees across all Cook or Collar Counties.

Employment history for Juan M Acevedo

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Radio Dispatcher $75,517 Not reported 02-09-2011 2018
Radio Dispatcher $67,093 Not reported 02-09-2011 2017

Data year: 2018 Source coming soon

Comparing total pay per year


+ 12.56%
Overall Net Change in Total Pay


+ 12.56%
Overall Net Change in Base Salary

Not reported

Net Change in Extra Pay

Other employees with the title Radio Dispatcher at Lake County in 2018

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Cheryl Cross Radio Dispatcher $91,685 11-20-2002
Christine M Forman Radio Dispatcher $91,585 03-21-2007
Christy N Odette Radio Dispatcher $89,859 01-29-2001
Michael R Jeschke Radio Dispatcher $87,159 03-19-2008
Shantal Taylor Radio Dispatcher $86,490 01-02-1996
Leslie White Radio Dispatcher $85,470 02-07-2006
Brendhan T Sears Radio Dispatcher $84,536 12-19-2007
Valerie K Wold Radio Dispatcher $84,462 09-11-2000
Emily A Dillon Radio Dispatcher $83,323 02-14-2005
Gina Willer Radio Dispatcher $83,041 04-05-1999
Melinda N Mitchell Radio Dispatcher $81,553 07-21-2004
Clyde W Bronson Radio Dispatcher $81,228 08-28-2000
Cori L Johnson Radio Dispatcher $81,033 10-16-2013
Rose M Richards Radio Dispatcher $80,730 06-14-2004
Jill E Blankley Radio Dispatcher $77,667 07-17-1993
Kiersten K Anders Radio Dispatcher $75,401 09-21-2011
Monika Reum Radio Dispatcher $74,644 09-21-2015
Charisce M Anderson Radio Dispatcher $71,667 05-18-2015
Amy C Cleveland Radio Dispatcher $67,190 10-08-2008
Amanda M Groeller Radio Dispatcher $52,161 01-22-2014

Data year: 2018 Source coming soon

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