Pablo Stewart

Summary

Pablo Stewart earned $445,400 in 2018 as a Contractual Worker for Department Of Corrections.

Stewart earned more than 100.00% of employees in Department Of Corrections.

Employment history for Pablo Stewart

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Contractual Worker $445,400 Not reported Not reported 2018
Contractual Worker $269,000 Not reported Not reported 2017

Data year: 2018 (Source)

Comparing total pay per year

$176,400

+ 65.58%
Overall Net Change in Total Pay

$176,400

+ 65.58%
Overall Net Change in Base Salary

Not reported

Net Change in Extra Pay

Other employees with the title Contractual Worker at Department Of Corrections in 2018

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Virginia L Morrison Contractual Worker $178,100 Not reported
Tamecia E Robinson Contractual Worker $61,000 Not reported
Angela McDonnell Contractual Worker $58,400 Not reported
Amy Strausberger Contractual Worker $56,900 Not reported
Crystal Freeman Contractual Worker $53,200 Not reported
Reena Kapoor Contractual Worker $49,800 Not reported
Josh Doerner Contractual Worker $48,800 Not reported
Pamela R Gremmels Contractual Worker $47,000 Not reported
Jay D Shulman Contractual Worker $44,200 Not reported
Catherine M Knox Contractual Worker $40,600 Not reported
Judy Cox Contractual Worker $40,000 Not reported
Brenda E Welch Contractual Worker $33,000 Not reported
Derman Taylor Contractual Worker $32,300 Not reported
Kim Schwalbach Contractual Worker $31,400 Not reported
Duane P Fox Contractual Worker $30,900 Not reported
Miranda Gibson Contractual Worker $22,500 Not reported
Oluyemisi Arogundade Contractual Worker $19,000 Not reported
Jessica Biehl Contractual Worker $18,300 Not reported
Barry M. Leavitt Contractual Worker $7,400 Not reported

Data year: 2018 (Source)

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