The salaries and benefits for University of California employees are now available on a public website.
Controller John Chiang Monday added the compensation details for 268,442 UC employees to PublicPay.ca.gov.
The salary data includes information for anyone who was on the UC payroll in 2013, whether full-time, part-time or temporary. The site started in 2010.
Chiang said wage and benefit information is now available for nearly 5.6 million positions, including state employees and 105,209 California State University employees.
The website shows that the average wages in 2013 for all 235,249 state employees was $62,120.
The site currently contains 2012 compensation information about employees of cities, counties, community colleges and special districts.
The Controller’s Office expects to update that with 2013 salary data.
Over the next three months, the Controller said he plans to add 2013 information about employees at First 5 Commissions, Fair and Expos, Judiciary, K-12 public and charter schools, County Offices of Education and School Districts.
Chiang said the public compensation website "promotes accountability."
There are map graphics, charts and payroll comparisons. Elected officials are grouped into one database.
A list of state average wages by department shows the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine's 72 employees average $118,403 a year.
Ranked second are the 156 employees of the California Supreme Court, with $104,633 in average yearly wages.
The California Highway Patrol's 11,282 employees average $89,825 a year in wages. The largest state employee group, the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, with 54,443 employees, average $74,365 in annual wages, according to the website.
Near the bottom of the list, the 3,264 employees of the California Conservation Corps, with average yearly wages of $12,152.
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