1997 General Pay Schedule Table

SALARY TABLE NO. 97-GS
1997 GENERAL SCHEDULE
INCORPORATING A 2.30% GENERAL INCREASE
Effective January 1997

ANNUAL Rates by Grade and Step

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Within-grade
increase
GS-1 $12,669 $13,091 $13,512 $13,932 $14,355 $14,602 $15,017 $15,436 $15,454 $15,844 VARIES
2 14,243 14,583 15,055 15,454 15,628 16,088 16,548 17,008 17,468 17,928 VARIES
3 15,542 16,060 16,578 17,096 17,614 18,132 18,650 19,168 19,686 20,204 $518
4 17,447 18,029 18,611 19,193 19,775 20,357 20,939 21,521 22,103 22,685 $582
5 19,520 20,171 20,822 21,473 22,124 22,775 23,426 24,077 24,728 25,379 $651
6 21,758 22,483 23,208 23,933 24,658 25,383 26,108 26,833 27,558 28,283 $725
7 24,178 24,984 25,790 26,596 27,402 28,208 29,014 29,820 30,626 31,432 $806
8 26,777 27,670 28,563 29,456 30,349 31,242 32,135 33,028 33,921 34,814 $893
9 29,577 30,563 31,549 32,535 33,521 34,507 35,493 36,479 37,465 38,451 $986
10 32,571 33,657 34,743 35,829 36,915 38,001 39,087 40,173 41,259 42,345 $1,086
11 35,786 36,979 38,172 39,365 40,558 41,751 42,944 44,137 45,330 46,523 $1,193
12 42,890 44,320 45,750 47,180 48,610 50,040 51,470 52,900 54,330 55,760 $1,430
13 51,003 52,703 54,403 56,103 57,803 59,503 61,203 62,903 64,603 66,303 $1,700
14 60,270 62,279 64,288 66,297 68,306 70,315 72,324 74,333 76,342 78,351 $2,009
15 70,894 73,257 75,620 77,983 80,346 82,709 85,072 87,435 89,798 92,161 $2,363

Source: U.S. Office of Personnel Management

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