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Jason A. Hendley earns $61,235 during 2019 working at the Michigan Department of Environment as a geological technician

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By Metric Media News Service | Mar 3, 2020

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Jason A. Hendley earned $61,235 during 2019 working at the Michigan Department of Environment as a geological technician.

The highest paid person working as a geological technician is Andrew V. Kent with a compensation of $67,620.

The data was gathered by the Mackinac Center for Public Policy. The Mackinac Center for Public Policy is a nonprofit research and educational institute.

The highest paid Michigan public employees classified as geological technician in 2019
Rank
Employee Full Name
Employer
2019 Salary
1
Andrew V. Kent
Michigan Department of Environment
$67,620
2
John F. McTiernan
Michigan Department of Environment
$61,235
2
Warren J. Rogers
Michigan Department of Environment
$61,235
2
Scott W. Densteadt
Michigan Department of Environment
$61,235
2
Jason A. Hendley
Michigan Department of Environment
$61,235
2
Christopher R. Black
Michigan Department of Environment
$61,235
7
Brian J. Lower
Michigan Department of Environment
$52,104
7
Michael D. Priebe
Michigan Department of Environment
$52,104
7
Zackery J. Nichols
Michigan Department of Environment
$52,104
10
Richard N. Corder
Michigan Department of Environment
$38,688
10
Christopher J. Coulter
Michigan Department of Environment
$38,688

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