Kim Schwalbach

Summary

Kim Schwalbach earned $28,700 in 2017 as a Contractual Worker for Illinois Department Of Corrections.

Schwalbach earned more than 7.96% of employees in Illinois Department Of Corrections.

Other Contractual Workers at Illinois Department Of Corrections

Name Position Salary Start Date
Pablo Stewart Contractual Worker $269,000 N/A
Michael W Funk Contractual Worker $140,700 N/A
Virginia L Morrison Contractual Worker $115,000 N/A
Michael P Atchison Contractual Worker $107,000 N/A
Reena Kapoor Contractual Worker $67,800 N/A
Duane P Fox Contractual Worker $65,400 N/A
Robert J Jones Contractual Worker $62,600 N/A
Derman Taylor Contractual Worker $59,600 N/A
Angela Mcdonnell Contractual Worker $59,500 N/A
Tamecia E Robinson Contractual Worker $59,500 N/A
Crystal Freeman Contractual Worker $52,400 N/A
Pamela R Gremmels Contractual Worker $47,000 N/A
Judy Cox Contractual Worker $40,000 N/A
Aaron Zisser Contractual Worker $36,300 N/A
Karen Hinkle Contractual Worker $32,900 N/A
Michael J Cutler Contractual Worker $32,000 N/A
Lanita Jo Shoemaker Contractual Worker $23,700 N/A
Barry M. Leavitt Contractual Worker $17,500 N/A
Donald E Walch Contractual Worker $14,900 N/A
Brenda E Welch Contractual Worker $13,600 N/A
Michael Fleury Contractual Worker $2,500 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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