Dayton, Ohio 2000 Salary Table

Source: U.S. Office of Personnel Management

Dayton, Ohio 2000 Salary Table

Grade

Annual Rates for Steps (in dollars)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 14,928 15,426 15,923 16,416 16,914 17,206 17,694 18,189 18,209 18,675
2 16,784 17,182 17,739 18,209 18,412 18,954 19,495 20,036 20,578 21,119
3 18,313 18,924 19,534 20,144 20,754 21,365 21,975 22,585 23,195 23,806
4 20,557 21,243 21,929 22,614 23,300 23,985 24,671 25,357 26,042 26,728
5 23,001 23,767 24,533 25,300 26,066 26,832 27,598 28,365 29,131 29,897
6 25,637 26,492 27,347 28,201 29,056 29,910 30,765 31,620 32,474 33,329
7 28,490 29,439 30,388 31,338 32,287 33,236 34,185 35,135 36,084 37,033
8 31,552 32,603 33,655 34,706 35,758 36,809 37,861 38,913 39,964 41,016
9 34,851 36,012 37,173 38,335 39,496 40,657 41,819 42,980 44,141 45,303
10 38,379 39,658 40,938 42,218 43,498 44,777 46,057 47,337 48,616 49,896
11 42,167 43,573 44,979 46,384 47,790 49,196 50,601 52,007 53,412 54,818
12 50,538 52,222 53,906 55,591 57,275 58,960 60,644 62,329 64,013 65,697
13 60,097 62,100 64,103 66,106 68,109 70,112 72,115 74,118 76,121 78,124
14 71,018 73,384 75,751 78,118 80,485 82,851 85,218 87,585 89,952 92,319
15 83,536 86,320 89,105 91,889 94,674 97,458 100,242 103,027 105,811 108,595
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INCORPORATING THE 3.80% GENERAL SCHEDULE INCREASE AND A LOCALITY PAYMENT OF 7.63% FOR THE LOCALITY PAY AREA OF DAYTON-SPRINGFIELD, OH (Net Increase: 4.73%)

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