Illinois

State

2017

Data year

75k

Employees

$5 billion

Total expenditure

$59,300

Median salary

Summary

The highest spending department in Illinois is the Department Of Human Services, with an annual payroll expenditure of $843,008,200.

Employees View all (74867)

Top earners in Illinois

Name Position Department Salary
Robert S Rupnik Chief Investment Officer Illinois Teachers Retirement System $440,000
Kasturi Kripakaran Physician Spec Option D Illinois Department Of Human Services $346,100
Tanveer H Shan Physician Spec Option D Illinois Department Of Human Services $310,300
Ajay L Jeetwani Physician Spec Option D Illinois Department Of Human Services $308,800
Richard W Ingram Executive Director Illinois Teachers Retirement System $303,800

Data year: 2017 (Source)

Departments View all (100)

Top-spending departments in Illinois

Department Number of employees Median salary Total expenditure
Department Of Human Services 14,664 $57,488 $843 million
Department Of Corrections 13,125 $64,130 $842 million
Department Of Transportation 7,422 $55,630 $413 million
Department Of State Police 2,734 $90,900 $249 million
Children And Family Services 2,946 $71,399 $210 million

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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