Chicago, Ill. 1997 Salary Table


Source: U.S. Office of Personnel Management

                    
                                SALARY TABLE NO. 97-CHI                  

      INCORPORATING THE 2.30% GENERAL SCHEDULE INCREASE AND A LOCALITY PAYMENT OF 8.13%
FOR THE LOCALITY PAY AREA OF CHICAGO-GARY-KENOSHA, IL-IN-WI
(NET INCREASE: 2.78%) Effective January 1997 ANNUAL Rates by Grade and Step 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 GS-1 $13,699 $14,155 $14,611 $15,065 $15,522 $15,789 $16,238 $16,691 $16,710 $17,132 2 15,401 15,769 16,279 16,710 16,899 17,396 17,893 18,391 18,888 19,386 3 16,806 17,366 17,926 18,486 19,046 19,606 20,166 20,726 21,286 21,847 4 18,865 19,495 20,124 20,753 21,383 22,012 22,641 23,271 23,900 24,529 5 21,107 21,811 22,515 23,219 23,923 24,627 25,331 26,034 26,738 27,442 6 23,527 24,311 25,095 25,879 26,663 27,447 28,231 29,015 29,798 30,582 7 26,144 27,015 27,887 28,758 29,630 30,501 31,373 32,244 33,116 33,987 8 28,954 29,920 30,885 31,851 32,816 33,782 34,748 35,713 36,679 37,644 9 31,982 33,048 34,114 35,180 36,246 37,312 38,379 39,445 40,511 41,577 10 35,219 36,393 37,568 38,742 39,916 41,090 42,265 43,439 44,613 45,788 11 38,695 39,985 41,275 42,565 43,855 45,145 46,435 47,725 49,015 50,305 12 46,377 47,923 49,469 51,016 52,562 54,108 55,655 57,201 58,747 60,293 13 55,150 56,988 58,826 60,664 62,502 64,341 66,179 68,017 69,855 71,693 14 65,170 67,342 69,515 71,687 73,859 76,032 78,204 80,376 82,549 84,721 15 76,658 79,213 81,768 84,323 86,878 89,433 91,988 94,543 97,099 99,654
NOTE: Locality rates of pay are considered basic pay only for certain purposes--see "1997 Salary Tables" cover sheet.
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