Kamaria Carradine

Summary

Kamaria Carradine earned $23,832 in 2017 as a Ward Clerk for Cook County Stroger Hospital. Carradine had worked in this position since June 29, 2015.

Carradine earned more than 4.22% of employees in Cook County Stroger Hospital.

Other Ward Clerks at Cook County Stroger Hospital

Name Position Salary Start Date
Angela Smith Ward Clerk $58,821 04-06-2015
Da'J Flowers Ward Clerk $55,721 07-25-2016
Asia Toles Ward Clerk $50,429 04-09-2012
Jamilah Mcdaniel Ward Clerk $48,259 11-30-2015
Kelcey Lewis Ward Clerk $45,806 07-25-2016
Monica Vargas Ward Clerk $44,794 04-20-2015
Kina N Jones Ward Clerk $44,334 11-02-2015
Itsha N. Harris Ward Clerk $43,590 08-24-2015
Monica R Gray Ward Clerk $42,461 05-06-2013
Michelle Ingram Ward Clerk $42,403 10-19-2015
Kia Creekmore Ward Clerk $42,126 04-20-2015
Norma Molina Ward Clerk $41,513 11-30-2015
Christina Galicia Ward Clerk $39,809 02-23-2015
Kera Trotter Ward Clerk $37,488 06-29-2015
Essence Riley Ward Clerk $37,226 07-25-2016
Brandee C Grantonz Ward Clerk $36,531 11-30-2015
Tatiana Tynes Ward Clerk $36,333 04-20-2015
Rodniqua Mack Ward Clerk $35,531 04-20-2015
Jessie M Mcclendon-Jackson Ward Clerk $33,652 01-26-2004
Tononka Washington Ward Clerk $33,143 03-20-2017
Pamela Arthur Ward Clerk $32,589 03-20-2017
Catherine Taylor Ward Clerk $32,368 04-03-2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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