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August 6, 1993 | Michael Flagg / Times Staff Writer
The best place to be a secretary in California, pay-wise? Silicon Valley, says a new survey, where the average secretary III knocks down $30,400 a year. The worst place? Sacramento, where he or she has to scrape by on $23,500. Orange County is near the high end of the list at $27,900. That's the same as San Francisco, according to consulting firm William M. Mercer Inc., which did the survey.
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August 6, 1993 | Michael Flagg / Times Staff Writer
The best place to be a secretary in California, pay-wise? Silicon Valley, says a new survey, where the average secretary III knocks down $30,400 a year. The worst place? Sacramento, where he or she has to scrape by on $23,500. Orange County is near the high end of the list at $27,900. That's the same as San Francisco, according to consulting firm William M. Mercer Inc., which did the survey.
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February 9, 1993 | TED JOHNSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
One consolation for Orange County during these tough economic times has been that things are usually worse in Los Angeles County. However, that may be changing. A survey of average wages for secretaries, clerks and typists indicates that pay in Orange County fell behind that of its neighbor to the north, reversing a trend of higher pay rates for office workers here. Wages dropped 2.6% in Orange County and increased a modest 1.
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February 9, 1993 | TED JOHNSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
One consolation for Orange County during these tough economic times has been that things are usually worse in Los Angeles County. However, that may be changing. A survey of average wages for secretaries, clerks and typists indicates that pay in Orange County fell behind that of its neighbor to the north, reversing a trend of higher pay rates for office workers here. Wages dropped 2.6% in Orange County and increased a modest 1.
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