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Database of South Carolina State Employees Making More Than $50,000

The S.C. Freedom of Information Act provides that the salaries of all employees earning $50,000 or more may be released and those salaries are included in this database. Salaries below that amount are available only in ranges.

This data is provided by the Budget and Control Board's Office of Human Resources. Certain agencies are exempt from oversight by OHR and their salary data is not possessed by the Office of Human Resources.

How To Search - You can browse state agencies and job titles or enter first or last name and the agency in which they work. You can refine your search even more by selecting a job title or a salary range.

Only the first 250 Results Will Be Returned - If you can't find what you are looking for you should refine your search by first and last name and the agency for which he or she works.

Agencies Not Included In This Data Are: Local School District Employees, County Employees, Administrative Law Court, Education Oversight Committee, Legislative Audit council, Legislative Council, Legislative Printing, Information and Technology Services, Lottery Commission, Medical University Hospital Authority, Santee Cooper, S.C. Commission on Prosecution Coordination, S.C. House Staff, S.C. Jobs - Economic Development Authority, S.C. Judicial Department, S.C. Research Authority, S.C. Senate Staff, S.C. State Ports Authority.

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