Preston L. Phillips


Preston L. Phillips earned $44,685 in 2017 as a Lecturer-Vocational for City Colleges of Chicago Industrial Training-Dawson. Phillips had worked in this position since January 14, 2008.

Phillips earned more than 66.67% of employees in City Colleges of Chicago Industrial Training-Dawson.

Other Lecturer-Vocationals at City Colleges of Chicago Industrial Training-Dawson

Name Position Salary Start Date
Charles M Coles Lecturer-Vocational $60,850 12-17-2012
Samuel Ross Jr Lecturer-Vocational $58,500 06-04-2007
Ernest C. Willis Sr. Lecturer-Vocational $52,960 01-08-2007
Curtis Moore Lecturer-Vocational $50,150 06-07-2004
Theoda Smith Lecturer-Vocational $47,570 09-19-1988
Gregory Blaney Lecturer-Vocational $47,333 01-09-2006
Jamada Simmons Lecturer-Vocational $35,613 11-03-2014
John Mcghee Lecturer-Vocational $33,693 01-30-2012
Christopher Christian Lecturer-Vocational $32,494 10-23-2006
Lionel O Pittman Lecturer-Vocational $22,958 05-02-2012
Cornelius D Griggs Lecturer-Vocational $18,501 12-08-2008
Artice Plair Lecturer-Vocational $15,202 08-29-2016
Gregory Louis Freeman Lecturer-Vocational $15,125 12-05-2016
Peter R. Palaparthi Lecturer-Vocational $14,583 03-12-2012
Brandon Troupe Lecturer-Vocational $13,960 11-14-2016
Gregory R Williams Lecturer-Vocational $11,261 06-01-2012
Domel White Lecturer-Vocational $9,585 10-19-2015
Henry Dean Lecturer-Vocational $4,650 10-23-2006
George L. Ridgnal Lecturer-Vocational $4,650 11-15-2006
James L Burford Lecturer-Vocational $138 02-07-2005

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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