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Highest-paid state employees
Ranked by total earnings calendar year 2016

Name
Total earnings
Title
1Derek W. Kellogg *
$1,063,678
Head basketball coach
University of Massachusetts Amherst
2Michael F. Collins, MD
$938,075
Chancellor & senior vice president of health sciences
University of Massachusetts Medical School
3Terence R. Flotte, MD
$823,753
Dean, provost & executive deputy chancellor
University of Massachusetts Medical School

Source: Pioneer Institute for Public Policy Research, MassOpenBooks project, Massachusetts state employees payroll
* In March 2017, Kellogg was dismissed from his coaching position; he's now at Long Island University in Brooklyn, N.Y.
- Compiled by: Stephanie R. Meagher, smeagher@nebusinessmedia.com
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