Huntsville, Ala. 2000 Salary Table


Source: U.S. Office of Personnel Management

Huntsville, Ala. 2000 Salary Table

Grade Annual Rates for Steps (in dollars)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 14,871 15,367 15,862 16,353 16,850 17,140 17,627 18,120 18,139 18,604
2 16,720 17,117 17,671 18,139 18,342 18,881 19,421 19,960 20,499 21,039
3 18,243 18,851 19,459 20,067 20,675 21,283 21,891 22,499 23,107 23,715
4 20,479 21,162 21,845 22,528 23,211 23,894 24,577 25,260 25,943 26,626
5 22,913 23,676 24,440 25,203 25,967 26,730 27,493 28,257 29,020 29,784
6 25,540 26,391 27,242 28,094 28,945 29,796 30,648 31,499 32,350 33,202
7 28,381 29,327 30,272 31,218 32,164 33,110 34,055 35,001 35,947 36,892
8 31,432 32,479 33,527 34,574 35,622 36,669 37,717 38,764 39,812 40,859
9 34,718 35,875 37,032 38,189 39,345 40,502 41,659 42,816 43,973 45,130
10 38,233 39,507 40,782 42,057 43,332 44,607 45,882 47,156 48,431 49,706
11 42,007 43,407 44,807 46,208 47,608 49,008 50,408 51,809 53,209 54,609
12 50,345 52,023 53,701 55,379 57,057 58,735 60,413 62,091 63,769 65,447
13 59,868 61,864 63,859 65,855 67,850 69,845 71,841 73,836 75,831 77,827
14 70,747 73,105 75,463 77,820 80,178 82,536 84,894 87,251 89,609 91,967
15 83,218 85,992 88,765 91,539 94,313 97,087 99,860 102,634 105,408 108,182
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INCORPORATING THE 3.80% GENERAL SCHEDULE INCREASE AND A LOCALITY PAYMENT OF 7.22% FOR THE LOCALITY PAY AREA OF HUNTSVILLE, AL (Net Increase: 4.69%)

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