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Where can I find University of California employee salaries?

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Posted: 26 Oct, 2012
by: Hennesy C.
Updated: 06 Nov, 2012
by: Hennesy C.
The Sacramento Bee maintains an online database of California state worker salaries. You can search for employee salaries from the last five years by employee name and department. To find salaries from the University of California Berkeley, for example, select UC Berkeley from the department dropdown list.

The University of California Office of the President also maintains a public record of UC employee pay. You can search the UCOP database by pay range and job title as well as employee name and campus. For more information, check out the Compensation at the University of California website.

You can also ask at the Doe Reference Desk to view CD-ROMs of University of California salary information from 2005 to 2009 in Access, Excel and/or PDF format. (The Library will not collect salary data from 2010 to present given its availability via the UCOP site above.) These CD-ROMs are not available to check out but can be used on a computer in Doe 202, and the read-only files can be saved to external media (such as flash drive or a CDR) in an editable format.
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