Maggie A Ritter

Summary

Maggie A Ritter earned $28,640 in 2017 as a Sign Language Interpreter-Pt for City Colleges of Chicago Wellness Center. Ritter had worked in this position since February 12, 2014.

Ritter earned more than 39.39% of employees in City Colleges of Chicago Wellness Center.

Other Sign Language Interpreter-Pts at City Colleges of Chicago Wellness Center

Name Position Salary Start Date
Isaura Pacheco Sign Language Interpreter-Pt $30,641 11-26-2013
Dwayne A Harris Sign Language Interpreter-Pt $29,684 03-16-2009
Katharine Marie Alvarez Sign Language Interpreter-Pt $29,547 01-12-2015
Anna J Seifert Sign Language Interpreter-Pt $26,862 08-08-2016
Kristin Anna Yasmin Schmitz Sign Language Interpreter-Pt $25,552 09-06-2016
Rebecca L Yaworski Sign Language Interpreter-Pt $21,889 01-20-2014
Shannon M Jeter Sign Language Interpreter-Pt $19,008 08-22-2016
David M Rice Sign Language Interpreter-Pt $13,760 09-26-2016
Lisa Wagner Sign Language Interpreter-Pt $13,436 01-12-2016
Desiree Edwards-Smith Sign Language Interpreter-Pt $10,224 08-22-2016
Laird P Mintz Sign Language Interpreter-Pt $7,227 02-03-2014
Joseph M Parvis Sign Language Interpreter-Pt $4,378 02-10-2014
Daniel J Brandseth Sign Language Interpreter-Pt $3,112 11-26-2012

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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