Indianapolis, Ind. 2000 Salary Table


Source: U.S. Office of Personnel Management

Indianapolis, Ind. 2000 Salary Table

Grade

Annual Rates for Steps (in dollars)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 14,840 15,334 15,828 16,318 16,813 17,103 17,589 18,081 18,101 18,564
2 16,684 17,080 17,633 18,101 18,303 18,841 19,379 19,917 20,455 20,994
3 18,204 18,811 19,418 20,024 20,631 21,238 21,844 22,451 23,057 23,664
4 20,435 21,117 21,798 22,480 23,161 23,843 24,524 25,206 25,887 26,569
5 22,864 23,626 24,387 25,149 25,911 26,673 27,434 28,196 28,958 29,720
6 25,485 26,335 27,184 28,034 28,883 29,733 30,582 31,432 32,281 33,131
7 28,320 29,264 30,208 31,151 32,095 33,039 33,982 34,926 35,869 36,813
8 31,364 32,409 33,455 34,500 35,545 36,591 37,636 38,681 39,726 40,772
9 34,643 35,798 36,952 38,107 39,261 40,415 41,570 42,724 43,879 45,033
10 38,150 39,423 40,695 41,967 43,239 44,511 45,783 47,055 48,327 49,599
11 41,917 43,314 44,711 46,108 47,506 48,903 50,300 51,698 53,095 54,492
12 50,237 51,912 53,586 55,260 56,935 58,609 60,284 61,958 63,632 65,307
13 59,740 61,731 63,722 65,713 67,704 69,695 71,687 73,678 75,669 77,660
14 70,595 72,948 75,301 77,653 80,006 82,359 84,711 87,064 89,417 91,770
15 83,039 85,807 88,575 91,343 94,111 96,878 99,646 102,414 105,182 107,950

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INCORPORATING THE 3.80% GENERAL SCHEDULE INCREASE AND A LOCALITY PAYMENT OF 6.99% FOR THE LOCALITY PAY AREA OF INDIANAPOLIS, IN (Net Increase: 4.69%)

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