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Texas Youth Commission average salary is $39,912, median salary is $36,504 with a salary range from $36,504 to $46,728.
Texas Youth Commission salaries are collected from government agencies and companies. Each salary is associated with a real job position. Texas Youth Commission salary statistics is not exclusive and is for reference only. They are presented "as is" and updated regularly.
Low
36,504
Average
39,912
Median
36,504
High
46,728
Total 2 Texas Youth Commission Salaries. Sorted by Date, page 1
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Job Title Salaries City Year More Info
Case Worker Iii 36,504-36,504 Bryan, TX, 77801 2010 Texas Youth Commission Case Worker Iii Salaries (2)
Texas Youth Commission Bryan, TX Salaries
Systems Analyst IV 46,728-46,728 Austin, TX, 73301 2010 Texas Youth Commission Systems Analyst IV Salaries (1)
Texas Youth Commission Austin, TX Salaries
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Texas Youth Commission Information
  • TEXAS YOUTH COMMISSION
  • Industry: Social Services
  • City: Austin, TX
  • The present focus is on changing the culture of TYC system-wide, which takes time. TYC must concentrate on its basic mission with the dual responsibility of providing public safety by holding youth accountable and providing treatment to youth in hopes they will learn to become law-abiding adults. Primarily, the agency will see a continued departure from housing youth in large, centralized institutions and, instead, develop community-based, regionalized treatment programs. These treatment programs will be evidence-based and will incorporate national best practices. They will better serve youth, because youth services will be focused and individualized. Much progress has been made