All 35 of the University of California’s highest-paid employees in 2016 were men
Some keys to earning more than $1 million as a University of California employee: Be a doctor. Or a coach. Or maybe an administrator. Also, be a man.
The 35 UC employees with the highest gross pay in 2016 are all men, according to a Bee review of new salary data from the UC system.
Twenty-nine of the men are prominent doctors at UC hospitals. Four are coaches or former coaches of men’s football or basketball teams. One was a hospital executive. One was an investment officer.
Their state-reported pay ranged from $1.1 million to $3.6 million.