Columbus, Ohio 2000 Salary Table

Source: U.S. Office of Personnel Management

Columbus, Ohio 2000 Salary Table

Grade

Annual Rates for Steps (in dollars)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 15,056 15,557 16,059 16,556 17,059 17,353 17,846 18,345 18,364 18,835
2 16,927 17,329 17,890 18,364 18,570 19,116 $19,662 20,208 20,754 21,300
3 18,470 19,085 19,701 20,316 20,932 21,547 $22,163 22,778 23,394 24,009
4 20,733 21,425 22,116 22,807 23,499 24,190 $24,882 25,573 26,265 26,956
5 23,197 23,970 24,743 25,516 26,289 27,062 27,834 28,607 29,380 30,153
6 25,857 26,718 27,580 28,442 29,304 30,166 31,028 31,890 32,752 33,614
7 28,733 29,691 30,648 31,605 32,563 33,520 34,478 35,435 36,392 37,350
8 31,821 32,882 33,942 35,003 36,064 37,124 38,185 39,245 40,306 41,366
9 35,148 36,320 37,491 38,662 39,834 41,005 42,176 43,347 44,519 45,690
10 38,707 39,997 41,288 42,579 43,869 45,160 46,451 47,741 49,032 50,323
11 42,528 43,945 45,363 46,781 48,198 49,616 51,034 52,451 53,869 55,287
12 50,970 52,668 54,367 56,066 57,765 59,464 61,162 62,861 64,560 66,259
13 60,611 62,631 64,651 66,671 68,692 70,712 72,732 74,752 76,772 78,792
14 71,625 74,012 76,399 78,786 81,173 83,560 85,947 88,334 90,721 93,108
15 84,250 87,058 89,866 92,675 95,483 98,291 101,099 103,907 106,716 109,524

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INCORPORATING THE 3.80% GENERAL SCHEDULE INCREASE AND A LOCALITY PAYMENT OF 8.55% FOR THE LOCALITY PAY AREA OF COLUMBUS, OH (Net Increase: 4.85%)

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