UPDATE, Feb. 27, 2020: Civil Beat has been compiling salaries into searchable databases since we launched our news operation in 2010. They used to be available in separate databases for each year but we have recently compiled all the information into a single, searchable database. Now, you can fined fiscal years 2011 through 2020 in the same database.

For fiscal year 2020, which began July 1, we added tens of thousands of employees who were not in prior databases. We also updated the figures for top University of Hawaii administrators and for the first time added graduate assistants and guest lecturers.

Read our previous stories on the database and public employee salaries here. (Previous stories contain just the single year’s database in case you are looking for data from a specific year.)

Use our searchable database of publicly available salary information for public employees in Hawaii to review and compare pay levels:

Click here to load this Caspio Online Database.

*Please note that employees designated as “hourly” are paid by the hour for actual time worked. To calculate their hourly rate, divide the annual salary by 2080 (40 hrs/wk x 52 wks/year).

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