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City Of Fort Worth average salary is $46,431, median salary is $46,431 with a salary range from $34,797 to $58,065.
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34,797
Average
46,431
Median
46,431
High
58,065
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Network System Administrator 34,797-34,797 Voorhees, NJ, 08043 2011 City Of Fort Worth Network System Administrator Salaries (1)
City Of Fort Worth Voorhees, NJ Salaries
Webmaster/programmer 58,065-58,065 Voorhees, NJ, 08043 2011 City Of Fort Worth Webmaster/programmer Salaries (1)
City Of Fort Worth Voorhees, NJ Salaries
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  • City of Fort Worth
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Fort Worth, TX
  • In 1926, the City of Fort Worth created a Department of Health and Welfare and began providing public health services to its residents. During the ensuing decades, the Fort Worth Public Health Department worked closely with the Tarrant County Health Department, eventually the two departments began sharing an administration while maintaining separate programs, funding sources and employees. The Fort Worth Public Health Department established a system of maternal and child health clinics during the early 1980s to give residents basic, preventive care outside of a hospital setting. As health care changed, local hospitals, including the ad valorem tax-supported public hospital...