Nydia Luz Diaz

Summary

Nydia Luz Diaz earned $136,293 in 2017 as a Rail Clerk Ii for Chicago Transit Authority Rail Operations.

Diaz earned more than 99.19% of employees in Chicago Transit Authority Rail Operations.

Other Rail Clerk Iis at Chicago Transit Authority Rail Operations

Name Position Salary Start Date
Angela M Evans Rail Clerk Ii $119,381 N/A
Michelle P Bright Rail Clerk Ii $111,625 N/A
Evelyn Y Patton Rail Clerk Ii $101,750 N/A
Jacqueline Yvette Cross Rail Clerk Ii $96,248 N/A
Daisy M Johnson Rail Clerk Ii $94,140 N/A
Chandra K Mcdonald Rail Clerk Ii $93,764 N/A
Dwayne Matthew Miller Rail Clerk Ii $89,789 N/A
Vanessa Stovall Rail Clerk Ii $88,990 N/A
Jonathan Rogers Rail Clerk Ii $87,160 N/A
Lishell Fields Rail Clerk Ii $85,877 N/A
Venita Ann Randle Rail Clerk Ii $83,933 N/A
Rochell Y Johnson Rail Clerk Ii $83,004 N/A
Donald James Mikrut Rail Clerk Ii $82,978 N/A
E E Johnson Rail Clerk Ii $82,260 N/A
Janice Russell Rail Clerk Ii $81,971 N/A
Chenice L Batts Rail Clerk Ii $81,524 N/A
Angela K Smith Rail Clerk Ii $80,984 N/A
Dion Montell Roberson Rail Clerk Ii $78,554 N/A
Ashina C Kelly Rail Clerk Ii $76,715 N/A
Beatrice R Jones Rail Clerk Ii $76,141 N/A
Abraham Perez Rail Clerk Ii $75,632 N/A
Gertrude D Sellers Rail Clerk Ii $73,633 N/A
Nancy L Ward Rail Clerk Ii $68,159 N/A
Tabitha L West Rail Clerk Ii $67,463 N/A
Nicole Renee Chism Rail Clerk Ii $40,296 N/A
Rose M Jernigan Rail Clerk Ii $25,381 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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