Salary Information

Final 2017 and 2018 Salary Schedule

Executive Branch

Position Current Salary Salary Effective 9/1/2017 Salary Effective 9/1/2018
Governor 173,617 175,353 177,107
Lieutenant Governor 101,889 102,908 103,937
Secretary of State 121,663 122,880 124,108
Treasurer 140,438 143,247 144,679
Attorney General 159,395 160,989 162,599
Auditor 121,663 122,880 124,108
Supt. of Public Instruction 134,212 135,554 136,910
Insurance Commissioner 124,061 125,302 126,555
Commissioner of Public Lands       132,858 135,515 138,225

Judicial Branch

Position   Current Salary Salary Effective 9/1/2017 Salary Effective 9/1/2018
Supreme Court Chief Justice           185,661             189,374  193,162
Supreme Court Justices 183,021 186,681 190,415
Court of Appeals Judges 174,224 177,708 181,263
Superior Court Judges 165,870 169,187 172,571
District Court Judges                     157,933 161,092 164,313

Legislative Branch

 Position Current Salary Salary Effective 9/1/2017 Salary Effective 9/1/2018
Legislator                                            46,839               47,776                48,731
Speaker of the House 55,738 56,853 57,990
Senate Majority Leader               55,738 56,853 57,990
House Minority Leader 51,288 52,314 53,360
Senate Minority Leader                  51,288 52,314 53,360

 

Information about the components of the Final salary schedule follows:

Executive Branch:

  • General wage adjustment of 1% in 2017 and 1% in 2018 for the Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Auditor, Attorney General, Insurance Commissioner, and Superintendent of Public Instruction; and
  • 2% in 2017 to recognize an increase in responsibilities identified in past reviews and 1% in 2018 for the Treasurer.
  • 2% increase in 2017 and 2% in 2018 for the Commissioner of Public Lands to recognize an increase in responsibilities.

 

Judicial Branch:

  • 2% in 2017 and 2% in 2018 to maintain working toward the “benchmark” of Federal Court Judges.

 

Legislative Branch:

  • 2% in 2017 and 2% in 2018 to maintain working toward the “benchmark” of the Exempt Management Service Band II.