Detroit, Mich. 2000 Salary Table

Source: U.S. Office of Personnel Management

Detroit, Mich. 2000 Salary Table

Grade

Annual Rates for Steps (in dollars)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 15,484 16,000 16,516 17,027 17,544 17,847 18,354 18,867 18,887 19,371
2 17,409 17,822 18,399 18,887 19,098 19,660 20,221 20,783 21,344 21,906
3 18,996 19,629 20,262 20,895 21,528 22,161 22,794 23,427 24,060 24,693
4 21,323 22,034 22,746 23,457 24,168 24,879 25,590 26,301 27,012 27,724
5 23,857 24,652 25,447 26,242 27,037 27,832 28,627 29,422 30,216 31,011
6 26,593 27,479 28,365 29,252 30,138 31,025 31,911 32,798 33,684 34,570
7 29,551 30,536 31,520 32,505 33,490 34,474 35,459 36,444 37,428 38,413
8 32,727 33,818 34,909 35,999 37,090 38,181 39,272 40,362 41,453 42,544
9 36,149 37,354 38,558 39,763 40,967 42,172 43,377 44,581 45,786 46,990
10 39,809 41,136 42,463 43,791 45,118 46,446 47,773 49,100 50,428 51,755
11 43,738 45,196 46,654 48,112 49,570 51,028 52,486 53,944 55,402 56,860
12 52,421 54,168 55,915 57,662 59,409 61,156 62,904 64,651 66,398 68,145
13 62,336 64,414 66,492 68,569 70,647 72,725 74,802 76,880 78,957 81,035
14 73,663 76,118 78,573 81,028 83,483 85,938 88,393 90,848 93,303 95,758
15 86,648 89,536 92,425 95,313 98,201 101,089 103,977 106,865 109,753 112,641
*

INCORPORATING THE 3.80% GENERAL SCHEDULE INCREASE AND A LOCALITY PAYMENT OF 11.64% FOR THE LOCALITY PAY AREA OF DETROIT-ANN ARBOR-FLINT, MI (Net Increase: 5.22%)

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