Champaign County

County
Large

2017

Data year

1k

Employees

$40 million

Total expenditure

$31,551

Median salary

Summary

With a population of 206k, Champaign County is classified as Large. It is larger than 95.65% of County populations in Illinois.

The median salary in Champaign County is higher than 65.22% of County median salaries in Illinois.

Champaign County spent more on payroll in 2017 than 95.65% of other employers in the County category.

The highest spending department in Champaign County is the Corrections, with an annual payroll expenditure of $4,466,232.

Employees View all (1119)

Top earners in Champaign County

Name Position Department Salary
Julia R Rietz State'S Attorney Champaign County State's Attorney $166,508
Marjorie Jane Miller Jones Public Defender Champaign County Public Defender $149,858
John Jeffery Blue County Engineer Champaign County Highway $147,239
Dalitso S Sulamoyo Chief Executive Officer Champaign County Administration Overhead $145,451
Elizabeth Murphy Chief Operating Officer Champaign County Administration Overhead $133,283

Data year: 2017 (Source)

Departments View all (79)

Top-spending departments in Champaign County

Department Number of employees Median salary Total expenditure
Corrections 94 $47,513 $4 million
Nursing Home Nursing Service 128 $33,022 $4 million
Sheriff 58 $67,432 $4 million
Head Start Odd 83 $26,382 $2 million
State's Attorney 39 $55,589 $2 million

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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