The Richmond Times-Dispatch updated its annual state salaries database for the 2012-2013 fiscal year.
The Richmond Times-Dispatch updated its annual salary survey of local government and school employees for the 2012-2013 fiscal year. In July, we filed Freedom of Information Act requests to 20 cities and counties, plus their school divisions, for a total of 40 agencies based in the Richmond region. Among 42,751 workers we received information on, the average salary was about $43,771, and the median was about $42,948. The Times-Dispatch has redacted names of all workers who make less than the average salary, about 23,091 people. We don't maintain data on workers making under $10,000.
Compare the paychecks of Virginia state employees in our updated 2011 database.
In 2011-2012 fiscal year. Among 43,157 workers we received information on, the average salary was about $42,600.
One of a newspaper’s most important roles is to find out how your tax dollars are spent. So for the second year in a row, the Richmond Times-Dispatch requested the salaries of taxpayer-paid employees -- government and school workers and law-enforcement officials -- in Central Virginia.
It was another tough year for students on Virginia’s Standards of Learning exams. — Scores on 19 of the 34 grade level, subject-specific tests declined from 2011-12 to 2012-13, including in all 16 areas where the standards were toughened, according to results released today by the Virginia Department of Education.
The total gun purchases cover all types of firearms, including pistols, revolvers, shotguns and rifles. Pistol sales, excluding revolvers, jumped 19.9 percent last year — the most of any firearm category — from 175,717 in 2011 to 210,789 last year. Rifle sales were close behind, rising 19.8 percent from 135,495 in 2011 to 162,391 in 2012.
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