Laurie Frank

Summary

Laurie Frank earned $81,434 in 2018 as a Senior Therapist for Lake County. Frank had worked for this employer since January 08, 2001.

Frank earned more than 70.23% of employees in Lake County.

Frank earned more than 75.83% of employees across all Cook or Collar Counties.

Employment history for Laurie Frank

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Senior Therapist $81,434 Not reported 01-08-2001 2018
Senior Therapist $74,880 Not reported 01-08-2001 2017

Data year: 2018 Source coming soon

Comparing total pay per year

$6,554

+ 8.75%
Overall Net Change in Total Pay

$6,554

+ 8.75%
Overall Net Change in Base Salary

Not reported

Net Change in Extra Pay

Other employees with the title Senior Therapist at Lake County in 2018

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Lynn J Hughes Senior Therapist $74,870 02-28-1989
Wendy Powell Senior Therapist $70,421 08-17-1990
John Ginter Senior Therapist $69,485 04-03-1989
Adela Tellez Pulido Senior Therapist $64,955 07-02-2001
Jennifer Dirzo Senior Therapist $64,055 07-10-2006
Dustin Makela Senior Therapist $63,415 10-15-2001
Shawna Pfister Senior Therapist $60,675 12-05-1990
Ale Bugaro Senior Therapist $60,416 02-25-2013
Kristin Krivickas Senior Therapist $60,265 03-23-2015
Kelly A Kavanagh Senior Therapist $58,472 01-30-2012
Amanda Morgan Senior Therapist $57,484 06-03-2013
Shelley Johnson Senior Therapist $40,986 09-19-2016

Data year: 2018 Source coming soon

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