Denver, Colo. 2000 Salary Table

Source: U.S. Office of Personnel Management

Denver, Colo. 2000 Salary Table

Grade

Annual Rates for Steps (in dollars)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 15,332 15,843 16,353 16,860 17,371 17,671 18,173 18,681 18,701 19,180
2 17,238 17,647 18,218 18,701 18,910 19,466 20,022 20,578 21,134 21,690
3 18,808 19,435 20,062 20,689 21,315 21,942 22,569 23,196 23,822 24,449
4 21,113 21,817 22,521 23,226 23,930 24,634 25,338 26,042 26,746 27,450
5 23,622 24,409 25,196 25,984 26,771 27,558 28,345 29,132 29,919 30,706
6 26,331 27,208 28,086 28,964 29,841 30,719 31,597 32,474 33,352 34,230
7 29,260 30,235 31,210 32,185 33,160 34,135 35,110 36,085 37,060 38,035
8 32,405 33,485 34,565 35,645 36,725 37,805 38,885 39,965 41,045 42,125
9 35,793 36,986 38,178 39,371 40,564 41,756 42,949 44,142 45,335 46,527
10 39,416 40,731 42,045 43,359 44,674 45,988 47,302 48,617 49,931 51,245
11 43,307 44,751 46,195 47,638 49,082 50,526 51,969 53,413 54,857 56,300
12 51,904 53,634 55,364 57,094 58,824 60,554 62,284 64,014 65,744 67,474
13 61,722 63,779 65,837 67,894 69,951 72,008 74,065 76,122 78,179 80,237
14 72,938 75,368 77,799 80,230 82,661 85,091 87,522 89,953 92,384 94,815
15 85,795 88,654 91,514 94,374 97,233 100,093 102,953 105,812 108,672 111,532

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INCORPORATING THE 3.80% GENERAL SCHEDULE INCREASE AND A LOCALITY PAYMENT OF 10.54% FOR THE LOCALITY PAY AREA OF DENVER-BOULDER-GREELEY, CO (Net Increase: 5.11%)

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