Tuesday, January 3, 2017

54 NCUA Employees Earned More Than $200K in 2015

Fifty-four National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) employees were paid $200,000 or more in 2015, according to FederalPay.org.

The average salary (base pay plus bonus) earned by an NCUA employees was slightly above $116 thousand in 2015. In 2014, the average salary was $109.7 thousand.

John Kutchey was the highest paid employee in 2015 earning $267,500.

The following table lists the ten highest paid employees in 2015 (click on image to enlarge).

1 comment:

  1. Many Public sector employees are just getting fat on the self regulated "system". If you were to add the cost of benefits you would slide many more into the 200 plus category. The fat cats keep getting fatter and you hope they at least die off or Trump is able to "really drain the swamp".



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