Maryland salary database: 2013 state employees

Use this form to search for employee information from calendar year 2013, the latest full calendar year for which data is available.Once the results appear, you can click on a row for more detailed information.Please enter only letters, numbers and apostrophes in the search fields. All other values will be stripped.

Having trouble finding a name? Certain long names are truncated in the data provided by the state. Try using a partial name as your search string.
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Range for "salary/pay scale":
($0 to $977,955, rounded outward)

Range for actual regular wages earned:
($0 to $893,042, rounded outward)

Range for "overtime-earnings":
($0 to $91,849, rounded outward)

Range for "other earnings":
(-$14,300 to $1,789,497, rounded outward)

Range for "YTD gross compensation":
($0 to $2,229,195, rounded outward)


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View salary archives *The salary/pay scale refers to either an hourly/daily rate or certified annual salary. In certain situations, state data did not include rates of pay or payout numbers for certain hourly workers.
**Of the fields in this database, the one most likely to match the number on a W2 form is the "YTD gross compensation" field, which reflects compensation before any pre-tax deductions are removed. The "YTD" refers to the time specified in the database query by the state, not to the current date.
†CT, RG and UM signify pay types for contract, regular and University of Maryland systems.
Source: Office of the Maryland Comptroller

For a partial reference to classification codes, see this page. The Baltimore Sun has been committed to publishing public salary databases since 2009.

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