Lakia Lloyd


Lakia Lloyd earned $2,153 in 2017 as a Golf Cooks for Alsip Park District. Lloyd had worked for this employer since March 04, 2017.

Lloyd earned more than 67.74% of employees in Alsip Park District.

Lloyd earned more than 46.42% of employees across all Park Districts.

Employment history for Lakia Lloyd

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Golf Cooks $2,153 Not reported 03-04-2017 2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

Other employees with the title Golf Cooks at Alsip Park District in 2017

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Jamel Boyd-Gillespie Golf Cooks $8,293 06-20-2017
Tomeka Thomas Golf Cooks $7,506 05-17-2017
Marco Ozaine Golf Cooks $6,721 06-09-2017
Aaron M Jagust Golf Cooks $6,150 06-18-2016
Dantrell J Whitted Golf Cooks $4,535 08-29-2017
Louis Burrel Golf Cooks $4,496 04-04-2017
Mark D Hollingsworth Golf Cooks $3,912 03-06-2017
Michael Strock Golf Cooks $3,713 04-28-2017
Kimberly Boyd Golf Cooks $3,658 05-25-2017
Ethan Mitchell Golf Cooks $3,391 05-02-2017
Antonio Mejia Golf Cooks $3,013 06-18-2016
Christopher Cannon Golf Cooks $2,756 03-02-2017
Kaci Spallina Golf Cooks $1,602 05-25-2017
Sandy J Neumann Golf Cooks $1,461 03-20-2017
Takesha Calicott Golf Cooks $1,445 06-01-2017
Susano Avila Golf Cooks $985 10-04-2017
Ioannis Skentos Golf Cooks $927 07-24-2017
Shawn N Downing Golf Cooks $391 11-07-2017
Martin Vargas Golf Cooks $242 02-27-2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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