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Who Makes How Much


Police and Fire
Thomas E. Nobles Jr.

Postal carrier

Ray Kelly

Police commissioner

Nicholas Scoppetta

Fire commissioner

Charles Hirsch

City chief medical examiner

Edwin Young

NYPD anti-graffiti coordinator

Anthony Napolitano

Rookie police officer

Mark Mershon

Assistant director in charge of New York field office, FBI

John Coghlan

Private detective

Free walks, food, housing

Fire dog, Ladder Co. 20

Glen O’Sullivan

Subway conductor

Annette Sutton-Epps

Subway station agent

Nzue Kohen

Yellow-cab driver

Volkan Demir

Pedicab driver

Gerard Deliotte


Santiago Segovia

Parking-garage attendant

Personal Services
Keuyoung Lee

Owner, 181 Corner Cleaners

Jason Onserud

Personal trainer

Guy Ballirano

Technician, Con Ed

Maria Capales


Elvin Urena


Irene Nahon


Natasha Sealy

Nanny (plus lunch)

Christine Lanotte

Dog walker, Petaholics

Tony Ristick

Psychic, Celine Astrology


Cocaine dealer, Lower East Side (
$275 per one-eighth ounce)

John Sexton

President, New York University

Lee Bollinger

President, Columbia University

Joseph Polisi

President, the Juilliard School

Bob Kerrey

President, the New School

Jeffrey Sachs

Economics professor, Columbia University

Adam H. Becker

Assistant professor, classics and religion, NYU

Wol-san Liem

Teaching assistant, NYU

Joel Klein

Chancellor, New York City Schools

Randi Weingarten

President, United Federation of Teachers

Ellen Stein

Head of school, Dalton

Stanley Teitel

Principal, Stuyvesant High School

Karina Costantino

Principal, P.S. 22 in Staten Island

Barbara Lancaster

First-grade teacher, Ethical Culture Fieldston School

Christina Annunziata

First-grade teacher, Bronx public school

Stephen Williams

Custodian engineer, Park East High School

Jonathan Arak

SAT tutor, Princeton Review

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