Government Salaries Explorer
This database of compensation for Texas state employees is published by The Texas Tribune, a nonprofit and nonpartisan news organization. We publish this information because we believe that disclosing how tax dollars are spent is in the public interest.
Updated: Feb. 1, 2023 • Download all data
Sergeant, Texas Attorney General's Office
Office of the Attorney General
This position is categorized as law enforcement, according to the state auditor's office. Its salary ranges depending on an employee's experience. Someone with more than 4 years of service makes $81,615; more than 8, $87,147; more than 12, $90,718; more than 16, $94,725; and more than 20, $97,087. A description of this position and its responsibilities is available on the auditor's website.
Employees by gender
Most employees who hold this position identify as male.
Employees by race
Most employees who hold this position identify as white.
|American Indian||1||< 1%||$90,718|
Length of employment
A majority of employees have worked at the Office of the Attorney General for one to 10 years.
|Length of employment||Employees||Percent||Median salary|
|1 year or less||19||
All employees who hold this position are full-time. Employment status refers to whether an employee is listed as working part or full time and is based on hours worked in a week.
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