The city of Charlotte employees more than 7,000 people, from attorneys and police officers to engineers and fire fighters. The city employees more than 300 people who bring home at least $100,000 and seven who make more than $200,000.
Search our database to find salary and pay information for more than 80,000 NC workers. The state of North Carolina employees a range of employees and the Observer publishes what they earn to aid government transparency.
Area school districts employ thousands, from teachers, bus drivers and maintenance workers to principals and superintendents. Search our salary database of more than 8,000 employees at nearby school districts to see what they earn.
Search for the compensation of more than 19,000 employees of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, as of May 2017. Compensation includes salary, bonuses, stipends and retirement pay. Annual pay for hourly employees is estimated and may not match actual earnings, which depend on hours worked.
More than 5,000 workers are employed by the surrounding towns and cities. Employees range from attorneys and city managers to those who work in human resources, law enforcement, maintenance and parks and recreation. Search a Charlotte Observer database of employee salaries.
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Listed in this database are the salaries of more than 5,000 regular and temporary employees of Mecklenburg County. It reflects base salaries but not bonuses and other incentives. The data are current as of January 2017.