2010 Wisconsin Public, Union Employees Wages


AVERAGE WAGE AND BENEFITS (remember this is for about 10 months of work) TEACHERS:
Milwaukee        $86,297
Elmbrook          $91,065
Germantown     $83,818
Hartland Arrwhd    $90,285     (highest teacher was $122,952-lowest was $64,942)
Men Falls          $81,099
West Bend       $82,153
Waukesha       $92,902
Sussex           $82,956
Mequon           $95,297
Kettle Mor       $87,676
Muskego        $91,341

STAFF:
Arrowhead – Bus Mng – Kopecky – $169,525
Arrowhead – Principal – Wieczorek –   $152,519
Grmtwn –  Asst Princ – Dave Towers – $123,222
Elmbrk  –  Burliegh Elemetary – Principal Zahn-  $142,315 (for a primary school!!)
Madison – Asst Principal – McGrath – $127,835

UNIVERSITY of WISCONSIN STAFF (2009 salary alone):
Michael Knetter – Prof of Bus  –  $327,828
Carolyn Martin – Chancellor Mad – $437,000
Hector Deluca – Prof of Nutritional Science – $254,877 (really??)

(source: Madison.com -as the UW removed salaries from being posted online in 2007- why if they are so low?)

How about some other “public servant job” ???  What do they make?
Madison Garbage men (2009 SALARY ONLY):
Garbageman, Mr. Nelson earned $159,258 in 2009, including $109,892 in overtime and other pay.
Garbageman, Greg Tatman, who earned $125,598
7 Madison garbage men made over $100,000
30 Madison garbage men made over $70,000

MILWAUKEE CITY BUS DRIVERS (salary only):
136 Drivers made more than  $70,000
54 Drivers made more than  $80,000
18 Drivers made more than  $90,000
8 Drivers made more than  $100,000
Top Driver made  $117,000(Source WTMJ) 

In contrast, the average private bus driver makes $9-13 an hour (about $20,000 yr) with no pension, or medical insurance.
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Unions are bad news for America, 2/2010.  There is a vicious cycle of unions increase their power and get more politicians elected that will perpetuate the unions. Please watch.
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Glenn Beck and Americans For Prosperity explain union jobs and the economy.
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Leading Union Political Campaign
Contributors 1990-2010 ….. Democrats….. Republicans
American Fed. of State, County, & Municipal Employees …..$40,281,900….. $547,700
Intel Brotherhood of Electrical Workers….. 29,705,600….. 679,000
National Education Association….. 27,679,300….. 2,005,200
Service Employees International Union ….. 26,368,470….. 98,700
Communication Workers of America….. 26,305,500….. 125,300
Service Employees International Union….. 26,252,000….. 1,086,200
Laborers Union….. 25,734,000….. 2,138,000
American Federation of Teachers….. 25,682,800….. 200,000
United Auto Workers….. 25,082,200….. 182,700
Teamsters Union………. 24,926,400….. 1,822,000
Carpenters and Joiners Union….. 24,094,100….. 2,658,000
Machinists & Aerospace Workers Union….. 23,875,600….. 226,300
United Food and Commercial Workers Union….. 23,182,000….. 334,200
AFL-CIO…………… 17,124,300….. 713,500
Sheet Metal Workers Union….. 16,347,200….. 342,800
Plumbers & Pipefitters Union….. 14,790,000….. 818,500
Operating Engineers Union….. 13,840,000….. 2,309,500
Airline Pilots Association….. 12,806,600….. 2,398,300
International Association of Firefighters….. 12,421,700….. 2,685,400
United Transportation Workers….. 11,807,000….. 1,459,300
Ironworkers Union………. 11,638,900….. 936,000
American Postal Workers Union….. 11,633,100….. 544,300
Nat’l Active & Retired Fed. Employees Association….. 8,135,400….. 2,294,600
Seafarers International Union….. 6,726,800….. 1,281,300

Source: Center for Responsive Politics, Washington, D.C.

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1 Response to 2010 Wisconsin Public, Union Employees Wages

  1. hoboduke says:

    Thank you for sharing. It makes me weary to see the outraged protestors plead for the callous disregard of the financial burden for paying toward health care and retirement. I wish I had to make such a “sacrifice” for any one of these jobs.

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