Chicago, Ill. 2000 Salary Table


Source: U.S. Office of Personnel Management

Chicago, Ill. 2000 Salary Table

Grade Annual Rates for Steps (in dollars)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 15,464 15,979 16,494 17,004 17,521 17,823 18,329 18,842 18,862 19,345
2 17,386 17,798 18,375 18,862 19,073 19,633 20,194 20,755 21,316 21,877
3 18,970 19,602 20,234 20,866 21,499 22,131 22,763 23,395 24,027 24,659
4 21,295 22,005 22,715 23,425 24,135 24,846 25,556 26,266 26,976 27,686
5 23,825 24,619 25,413 26,207 27,001 27,794 28,588 29,382 30,176 30,970
6 26,557 27,442 28,327 29,213 30,098 30,983 31,868 32,754 33,639 34,524
7 29,511 30,495 31,478 32,461 33,445 34,428 35,411 36,395 37,378 38,361
8 32,683 33,773 34,862 35,951 37,040 38,130 39,219 40,308 41,397 42,487
9 36,100 37,303 38,506 39,709 40,912 42,115 43,318 44,521 45,724 46,927
10 39,755 41,081 42,406 43,732 45,058 46,383 47,709 49,034 50,360 51,686
11 43,680 45,136 46,592 48,048 49,504 50,960 52,416 53,872 55,328 56,784
12 52,350 54,095 55,840 57,585 59,329 61,074 62,819 64,564 66,309 68,053
13 62,253 64,328 66,402 68,477 70,552 72,627 74,702 76,776 78,851 80,926
14 73,564 76,016 78,468 80,919 83,371 85,823 88,274 90,726 93,178 95,629
15 86,532 89,416 92,300 95,185 98,069 100,953 103,837 106,722 109,606 112,490
*

INCORPORATING THE 3.80% GENERAL SCHEDULE INCREASE AND A LOCALITY PAYMENT OF 11.49% FOR THE LOCALITY PAY AREA OF CHICAGO-GARY-KENOSHA, IL-IN-WI (Net Increase: 5.23%)

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