Houston, Texas 2000 Salary Table


Source: U.S. Office of Personnel Management

Houston, Texas 2000 Salary Table

Grade

Annual Rates for Steps (in dollars)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 15,921 16,452 16,982 17,508 18,039 18,350 18,871 19,400 19,420 19,917
2 17,900 18,325 18,919 19,420 19,637 20,215 20,792 21,369 21,947 22,524
3 19,532 20,182 20,833 21,484 22,135 22,786 23,437 24,088 24,738 25,389
4 21,925 22,656 23,387 24,119 24,850 25,581 26,312 27,043 27,775 28,506
5 24,531 25,348 26,165 26,983 27,800 28,617 29,434 30,252 31,069 31,886
6 27,343 28,254 29,166 30,077 30,989 31,900 32,812 33,723 34,634 35,546
7 30,385 31,397 32,410 33,422 34,435 35,447 36,460 37,472 38,484 39,497
8 33,651 34,772 35,894 37,015 38,137 39,258 40,380 41,501 42,623 43,744
9 37,169 38,408 39,646 40,885 42,123 43,362 44,601 45,839 47,078 48,316
10 40,932 42,297 43,662 45,026 46,391 47,756 49,121 50,486 51,851 53,215
11 44,972 46,472 47,971 49,470 50,969 52,468 53,967 55,467 56,966 58,465
12 53,900 55,696 57,493 59,289 61,085 62,882 64,678 66,475 68,271 70,068
13 64,095 66,232 68,368 70,504 72,640 74,777 76,913 79,049 81,185 83,321
14 75,742 78,266 80,790 83,315 85,839 88,363 90,887 93,412 95,936 98,460
15 89,093 92,063 95,032 98,002 100,972 103,941 106,911 109,880 112,850 115,820
*

INCORPORATING THE 3.80% GENERAL SCHEDULE INCREASE AND A LOCALITY PAYMENT OF 14.79% FOR THE LOCALITY PAY AREA OF HOUSTON-GALVESTON-BRAZORIA, TX (Net Increase: 5.52%)

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