Victoria K Morgan

Summary

Victoria K Morgan earned $25,500 in 2018 as a Circuit Clerk Deputy Clerk for Coles County. Morgan had worked for this employer since October 03, 2016.

Morgan earned more than 38.45% of employees in Coles County.

Morgan earned more than 42.66% of employees across all Counties.

Employment history for Victoria K Morgan

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Circuit Clerk Deputy Clerk $25,500 Not reported 10-03-2016 2018
Employee $23,875 Not reported 10-03-2016 2017

Data year: 2018 (Source)

Comparing total pay per year

$1,625

+ 6.81%
Overall Net Change in Total Pay

$1,625

+ 6.81%
Overall Net Change in Base Salary

Not reported

Net Change in Extra Pay

Other employees with the title Circuit Clerk Deputy Clerk at Coles County in 2018

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Amanda J Bisby Circuit Clerk Deputy Clerk $30,600 09-05-2000
Connie J Douglas Circuit Clerk Deputy Clerk $28,662 08-09-1999
Teresa W Hildebrand Circuit Clerk Deputy Clerk $27,596 09-27-1999
Rosalie A Brown Circuit Clerk Deputy Clerk $27,568 09-04-2001
Joanie L Fellers Circuit Clerk Deputy Clerk $26,125 03-02-2015
Penny A Hoover Circuit Clerk Deputy Clerk $25,500 12-01-2014
Rebecca S Ennis Circuit Clerk Deputy Clerk $24,178 10-03-2016
Cassie R Schnarr Circuit Clerk Deputy Clerk $23,460 08-28-2017
Rosa M Rivera Circuit Clerk Deputy Clerk $22,401 06-06-2017
Catrina L Stanley Circuit Clerk Deputy Clerk $319 10-03-2016

Data year: 2018 (Source)

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