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1. Charles M Coles Person

Position: Lecturer-Vocational at City Colleges of Chicago Industrial Training-Dawson
Salary: $60,850

Data year: 2017
2. Samuel Ross Jr Person

Position: Lecturer-Vocational at City Colleges of Chicago Industrial Training-Dawson
Salary: $58,500

Data year: 2017
3. Willie Shepard Person

Position: Case Worker - Part-Time at City Colleges of Chicago Industrial Training-Dawson
Salary: $55,099

Data year: 2017
4. Ernest C. Willis Sr. Person

Position: Lecturer-Vocational at City Colleges of Chicago Industrial Training-Dawson
Salary: $52,960

Data year: 2017
5. Curtis Moore Person

Position: Lecturer-Vocational at City Colleges of Chicago Industrial Training-Dawson
Salary: $50,150

Data year: 2017
6. Theoda Smith Person

Position: Lecturer-Vocational at City Colleges of Chicago Industrial Training-Dawson
Salary: $47,570

Data year: 2017
7. Gregory Blaney Person

Position: Lecturer-Vocational at City Colleges of Chicago Industrial Training-Dawson
Salary: $47,333

Data year: 2017
8. Preston L. Phillips Person

Position: Lecturer-Vocational at City Colleges of Chicago Industrial Training-Dawson
Salary: $44,685

Data year: 2017
9. Jamada Simmons Person

Position: Lecturer-Vocational at City Colleges of Chicago Industrial Training-Dawson
Salary: $35,613

Data year: 2017
10. John Mcghee Person

Position: Lecturer-Vocational at City Colleges of Chicago Industrial Training-Dawson
Salary: $33,693

Data year: 2017
11. Christopher Christian Person

Position: Lecturer-Vocational at City Colleges of Chicago Industrial Training-Dawson
Salary: $32,494

Data year: 2017

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