Mir M A Obaid

Summary

Mir M A Obaid earned $266,100 in 2018 as a Physician Spec Option C for Department Of Human Services.

Obaid earned more than 99.93% of employees in Department Of Human Services.

Employment history for Mir M A Obaid

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Physician Spec Option C $266,100 Not reported Not reported 2018
Physician Spec Option C $273,800 Not reported Not reported 2017

Data year: 2018 (Source)

Comparing total pay per year

-$7,700

-2.81%
Overall Net Change in Total Pay

-$7,700

-2.81%
Overall Net Change in Base Salary

Not reported

Net Change in Extra Pay

Other employees with the title Physician Spec Option C at Department Of Human Services in 2018

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Terrence C Casey Physician Spec Option C $275,600 Not reported
Ronald Lotesto Physician Spec Option C $225,500 Not reported
Madhurita Malhotra Physician Spec Option C $220,400 Not reported
Ai K Chin Physician Spec Option C $218,300 Not reported
Arturo Fogata Physician Spec Option C $211,000 Not reported
Subhash C Goyal Physician Spec Option C $189,600 Not reported
George Miguel Physician Spec Option C $138,400 Not reported
Diane Washington Physician Spec Option C $36,500 Not reported
Khaja Nazimuddin Physician Spec Option C $28,800 Not reported
Amar Chawla Physician Spec Option C $4,900 Not reported
Sudha Agrawal Physician Spec Option C $2,700 Not reported
Jocelyn C Enciso Physician Spec Option C $2,600 Not reported
Usha K Kartan Physician Spec Option C $2,500 Not reported

Data year: 2018 (Source)

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