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The St. Cloud Times reports the top-paid employee of the University of Minnesota is its president, Eric Kaler, at $600,000. The highest paid employee at Minnesota State Colleges and Universities was the chancellor, Steven Rosenstone, at $413,966. St. Cloud State University president Earl Potter III earned $293,772.

The Pioneer Press hosts a searchable database of public employee salaries, although data for 2013 is limited to state government, MNSCU and the University of Minnesota. Here are your top 2013 earners, according to that website:

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