Sabeen Ahmad

Summary

Sabeen Ahmad earned $74,485 in 2018 as a Senior Laboratory Technician for Monitoring & Research. Ahmad had worked for this employer since September 11, 2013.

Ahmad earned more than 38.49% of employees in Monitoring & Research.

Employment history for Sabeen Ahmad

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Senior Laboratory Technician $64,563 $9,922 09-11-2013 2018
Laboratory Technician II $73,259 $12,188 09-11-2013 2017

Data year: 2018 (Source)

Comparing total pay per year

-$10,962

-12.83%
Overall Net Change in Total Pay

-$8,696

-11.87%
Overall Net Change in Base Salary

-$2,266

-18.59%
Net Change in Extra Pay

Other employees with the title Senior Laboratory Technician at Monitoring & Research in 2018

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Phyllis Stopka Senior Laboratory Technician $111,270 10-18-1999
Laurence Mysliwiec Senior Laboratory Technician $103,418 03-22-1999
Michael Ritza Senior Laboratory Technician $102,453 03-17-2004
Stegy Thomas Senior Laboratory Technician $93,021 04-26-1999
Denise Spieles Senior Laboratory Technician $88,949 02-23-2005
James Kaehn Senior Laboratory Technician $88,507 10-17-2001
Rhonda Figgers Senior Laboratory Technician $87,588 05-04-1998
Colleen Joyce Senior Laboratory Technician $83,317 10-18-1999
Upendra Patel Senior Laboratory Technician $78,687 11-24-2003
Aileen Masterson Senior Laboratory Technician $70,869 01-03-2007
Monique Brooks Senior Laboratory Technician $68,240 06-11-2014
John Schlitt Senior Laboratory Technician $39,542 06-29-1998

Data year: 2018 (Source)

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