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: April 1, 2023 • Download all data
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Texas Juvenile Justice Department
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%||$74,923|
Length of employment
A majority of employees have worked at the Texas Juvenile Justice Department for one to 10 years.
|Length of employment||Employees||Percent||Median salary|
|1 year or less||20||
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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