Thota Reddy

Summary

Thota Reddy earned $73,652 in 2017 as an Environmental Research Technician for Monitoring & Research. Reddy has worked in this position since March 27, 2000.

Reddy earned more than 37.34% of employees in Monitoring & Research.

Employment history for Thota Reddy

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Environmental Research Technician $73,639 $13 03-27-2000 2018
Laboratory Technician II $73,348 $13 03-27-2000 2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

Comparing total pay per year

$291

+ 0.40%
Overall Net Change in Total Pay

$291

+ 0.40%
Overall Net Change in Base Salary

$0

+ 1.97%
Net Change in Extra Pay

Other employees with the title Environmental Research Technician at Monitoring & Research in 2017

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Tiffiany Tate Environmental Research Technician $78,158 10-14-1992
Harold Robinson Environmental Research Technician $74,835 02-08-1999
Robert Bodnar Environmental Research Technician $74,808 09-01-1999
Shawn Kowalski Environmental Research Technician $74,499 08-01-2005
Jacob Baylor Environmental Research Technician $61,050 08-03-2015
Edgar Rojas Herbas Environmental Research Technician $57,940 10-01-2014
Rolinda Dominguez Environmental Research Technician $57,884 03-18-2013
Andrew Scott Environmental Research Technician $55,831 11-06-2013
Al Eastman Environmental Research Technician $55,373 04-03-2017
Paula Brinkman Lowe Environmental Research Technician $55,111 04-26-2017
LaTrina Jones Environmental Research Technician $52,052 03-28-2016
Peter Cashaw Environmental Research Technician $51,390 04-18-2016
Erik Gilmore Environmental Research Technician $40,935 03-14-2018
Patrick Kennedy Environmental Research Technician $4,926 11-19-2018

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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