Bar examiners are the most politically powerful job in the state, and their job is under attack.
But the state’s bar exam administrators are still being paid less than their counterparts in other parts of the country, despite the fact that Texas’ bar exam boards have become much more powerful.
According to a new study, Texas bar exam examiners in Austin, Fort Worth, and Austin are the highest-paid in the country.
The study, conducted by the Texas Policy Evaluation Project and the University of Texas at Austin, found that bar exam employees in Austin made nearly $1.4 million in 2013, while bar exam workers in Fort Worth made nearly twice as much.
But, the study also found that in the Dallas/Fort Worth metro area, bar exam test takers in Austin earned about $3,000 less than bar exam takers at other bar exam testing areas.
That means that the highest earners in Dallas/Ft Worth made more than $5 million more than their bar exam counterparts in Austin.
The study did not include information about salaries paid to other examiners.
The Dallas Morning News obtained the data for Austin and Fort Worth and compared the two areas.
Bar examiners’ salaries vary greatly by area, but a range of estimates are used in the study.
The report found that average salaries for bar exam applicants were $54,400 in Dallas, $74,000 in Fort Lauderdale, and $72,000 at Austin.
The average salaries in the Austin metro area were $72.75, while the average salary in the Fort Worth metro was $66,300.
Austin’s median salary is $63,700.
Fort Worth’s median is $59,200.
Bar exams can be lucrative for examiners because they require high levels of skill, and examiners often earn higher salaries than other employees because of the testing.
Bar examination exams have become more complex, and some examiners work in different areas.
For example, examiners at Austin and Dallas/ Fort Worth exam areas typically test students with different styles of drinks, such as vodka and cocktails, while examiners working in Fort Polk, where exam taker salaries are lower, typically test student drinks.
But many examiners also work in more than one area, including Fort Worth in the south and Austin in the north.
The Texas Policy Analysis Project analyzed data from the Texas Board of Pharmacy, which administers the state exam, and found that examiners who work in the South make the least.
The top-paid examiners from the South are certified pharmacists, and they make $83,400.
The Texas Board is required to review and certify all examiners that work in their respective areas.
The organization does not release data on examiners whose salaries were reported to the board.
The board said that it does not require examiners to report salary information.
Bar test examiners have a salary ceiling of $130,000 a year, but the average annual salary of examiners employed in the highest paid job in Texas, the Dallas area, is $120,000.