Megan Kairis

Summary

Megan Kairis earned $61,246 in 2018 as a Special Education Teacher for Florence Nightingale School. Kairis had worked for this employer since March 05, 2012.

Kairis earned more than 54.92% of employees in Florence Nightingale School.

Employment history for Megan Kairis

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Special Education Teacher $57,446 $3,800 03-05-2012 2018
Special Education Teacher $68,753 Not reported 03-05-2012 2017

Data year: 2018 Source coming soon

Comparing total pay per year

-$7,507

-10.92%
Overall Net Change in Total Pay

-$11,307

-16.45%
Overall Net Change in Base Salary

Not reported

Net Change in Extra Pay

Other employees with the title Special Education Teacher at Florence Nightingale School in 2018

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Kathleen Shannon Coci Special Education Teacher $82,247 08-16-2007
Mallory Ann Pacetti Special Education Teacher $74,931 04-17-2007
Audra Shae Kelm Special Education Teacher $74,810 08-30-2006
Christopher Austermann Special Education Teacher $63,037 08-19-2013
Jesse P. Anthony Special Education Teacher $57,104 08-25-2014
Samantha Kathleen Dermody Special Education Teacher $53,488 06-04-2018
Mary M Kiel-Augustyn Special Education Teacher $51,819 08-31-2015
Victoria R. Vasquez Special Education Teacher $48,247 08-27-2018
Eileen Jean Leibforth Special Education Teacher $48,082 04-11-2008
Wendy Gonzales Special Education Teacher $44,043 06-10-2013

Data year: 2018 Source coming soon

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