The largest state salary in Virginia in 2016 belongs to Will Wade, the men’s basketball coach at Virginia Commonwealth University. Wade, who turns 34 in November, will earn $650,000 in state money in 2016, according to data provided by Virginia's Department of Human Resource Management and compiled by the Washington Business Journal.

2016 State of Virginia employee salaries - . Oct 24, 2017 . The FOI request for the fiscal year that began July 1, 2016, and ended June 30, 2017, is part of The Times-Dispatch's ongoing effort to report to you findings about government spending and the use of taxpayer money.

The Richmond Times-Dispatch has published the salaries of Virginia State employees for the fiscal year July 2015 through June 2016. Once again the highest paid .

Database reporting from the Richmond Times-Dispatch our annual update of Virginia state employee salaries

How much do state employees earn? Using the Freedom of Information statute, the Times-Dispatch obtained the names, job titles and salaries of state .

Editors note The Richmond TimesDispatch obtained state employees names, job titles and salaries using the states Freedom of Information statute As required by law .

Burke, VA - The Richmond Times-Dispatch obtained state employees' names, job titles and salaries using Virginia's Freedom of Information statute.

Salaries of Virginia State Employees 2016-2017 – The Bull Elephant. Oct 26, 2017 . The top salary paid to a Virginia State employee is just under a million dollars. Ronald D. Schmitz, the Chief Investment Officer for the Virginia Retirement System, makes $957,715.

Virginia Department of Human Resource Management Resources for HR Professionals, State Employees, Retirees, Job Seekers. . and she began peritoneal dialysis in 2016.

DLAS Document Summary 2015-2016 Teacher Salary Survey Results Author . The average salary shown below for Virginia is based on the NEA calculation.

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