Boston, Mass. 1997 Salary Table


Source: U.S. Office of Personnel Management

                    
                                SALARY TABLE NO. 97-BOS                   

      INCORPORATING THE 2.30% GENERAL SCHEDULE INCREASE AND  A LOCALITY PAYMENT OF 7.97%
FOR THE LOCALITY PAY AREA OF BOSTON-WORCESTER-LAWRENCE, MA-NH-ME-CT
(Net Increase: 2.58%) Effective January 1997 ANNUAL Rates by Grade and Step 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 GS-1 $13,679 $14,134 $14,589 $15,042 $15,499 $15,766 $16,214 $16,666 $16,686 $17,107 2 15,378 15,745 16,255 16,686 16,874 17,370 17,867 18,364 18,860 19,357 3 16,781 17,340 17,899 18,459 19,018 19,577 20,136 20,696 21,255 21,814 4 18,838 19,466 20,094 20,723 21,351 21,979 22,608 23,236 23,865 24,493 5 21,076 21,779 22,482 23,184 23,887 24,590 25,293 25,996 26,699 27,402 6 23,492 24,275 25,058 25,840 26,623 27,406 28,189 28,972 29,754 30,537 7 26,105 26,975 27,845 28,716 29,586 30,456 31,326 32,197 33,067 33,937 8 28,911 29,875 30,839 31,804 32,768 33,732 34,696 35,660 36,625 37,589 9 31,934 32,999 34,063 35,128 36,193 37,257 38,322 39,386 40,451 41,516 10 35,167 36,339 37,512 38,685 39,857 41,030 42,202 43,375 44,547 45,720 11 38,638 39,926 41,214 42,502 43,790 45,079 46,367 47,655 48,943 50,231 12 46,308 47,852 49,396 50,940 52,484 54,028 55,572 57,116 58,660 60,204 13 55,068 56,903 58,739 60,574 62,410 64,245 66,081 67,916 69,752 71,587 14 65,074 67,243 69,412 71,581 73,750 75,919 78,088 80,257 82,426 84,596 15 76,544 79,096 81,647 84,198 86,750 89,301 91,852 94,404 96,955 99,506
NOTE: Locality rates of pay are considered basic pay only for certain purposes-see "1997 Salary Tables" cover sheet.
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