Government Salaries Explorer
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Updated: Feb. 1, 2023 • Download all data
Bailey Anise Wideman
Attorney I • Department of Public Safety
Hire date *
Nov. 15, 2022
Hours per week
* Hire date refers to the current employer, the Department of Public Safety. For employees with breaks in service, it is the most recent hire date.
Here's every time this person was listed in the state salary data that the Tribune has collected. This is not their entire employment history with the state.
|Date||Job title||Agency||Weekly hours *||Salary||Change **|
|Feb. 1, 2023||Attorney I||Department of Public Safety||40||$72,000|
Weekly hours *:
* Weekly hours indicates number of hours this person is scheduled to work at this job.
** Change indicates percent increase or decrease in salary from the previous date.
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