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Resource ID: #22268
Subject: Financial Investigations
Source: San Francisco Chronicle
Date: 2005-11-05



The series focused on pay practices at the University of California, the country's largest and arguably most prestigious public university system. The series found that UC paid employees $871 million in bonuses, administrative stipends, relocation allowances, severance pay and other hidden compensation last fiscal year on top of salaries and overtime. The university added hundreds of high-paid jobs at a time when it was raising tuition, increasing class sizes and freezing salaries for low-paid employees to address cuts in state funding.

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