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Some newer administrative roles in the DOE’s salary records in recent years fetch high salaries.
While the mayor and other top officials usually earn more on Hawaii’s most populous island, there’s a big exception.
The medical examiner and the top executives at HART are making the biggest salaries.
But counterparts in the private sector still make far more than doctors and administrators on the state payroll.
A decade’s worth of records finds high turnover and a decrease in analysts at the Auditor’s Office, but relative stability at the Ethics Commission.
The number of state employees has stayed remarkably consistent since 2011, but their salaries kept going up. Then the pandemic hit.
Most of them are at the Manoa campus, working up to 20 hours per week and also receiving tuition waivers.