St. Louis, Mo. 1999 Salary Table

Source: U.S. Office of Personnel Management

St. Louis, Mo. 1999 Salary Table

Grade Annual Rates for Steps (in dollars)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 14,186 14,659 15,131 15,601 16,074 16,351 16,815 17,286 17,305 17,750
2 15,950 16,329 16,858 17,305 17,499 18,014 18,529 19,044 19,559 20,074
3 17,403 17,983 18,563 19,142 19,722 20,302 20,882 21,461 22,041 22,621
4 19,536 20,187 20,838 21,489 22,140 22,790 23,441 24,092 24,743 25,394
5 21,858 22,587 23,315 24,043 24,772 25,500 26,228 26,957 27,685 28,413
6 24,364 25,176 25,988 26,800 27,613 28,425 29,237 30,049 30,861 31,674
7 27,074 27,977 28,879 29,782 30,684 31,587 32,489 33,392 34,294 35,196
8 29,985 30,984 31,983 32,982 33,981 34,980 35,979 36,978 37,977 38,976
9 33,120 34,224 35,328 36,432 37,536 38,641 39,745 40,849 41,953 43,057
10 36,473 37,688 38,904 40,120 41,335 42,551 43,766 44,982 46,198 47,413
11 40,073 41,408 42,744 44,080 45,415 46,751 48,087 49,422 50,758 52,093
12 48,027 49,628 51,229 52,830 54,431 56,032 57,633 59,234 60,835 62,436
13 57,112 59,016 60,919 62,823 64,727 66,630 68,534 70,437 72,341 74,245
14 67,489 69,739 71,989 74,238 76,488 78,738 80,988 83,237 85,487 87,737
15 79,386 82,032 84,678 87,324 89,970 92,615 95,261 97,907 100,553 103,198
* INCORPORATING THE 3.10% GENERAL SCHEDULE INCREASE AND A LOCALITY PAYMENT OF 6.17% FOR THE LOCALITY PAY AREA OF ST. LOUIS, MO-IL (Net Increase: 3.55%)
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