Johnnie Earl Wilson

School Food Service Worker
CLAYTON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION

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Johnnie Earl Wilson in 2014 was employed in CLAYTON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION and had a reported pay of $18,056 according to public records.

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Key Data

Year2014
Full NameJohnnie Earl Wilson
Original Job TitleSCHOOL FOOD SERVICE WORKER
Job TitleSchool Food Service Worker
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StateGeorgia
EmployerCLAYTON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION
Pay $18,056

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Employer

Employer NameCLAYTON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION
Year2014
Number of Employees7,686
Average Annual Wage$33,630
Median Annual Wage$30,588
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