Los Angeles, Calif. 2000 Salary Table


Source: U.S. Office of Personnel Management

Los Angeles, Calif. 2000 Salary Table

Grade

Annual Rates for Steps (in dollars)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 15,640 16,161 16,682 17,198 17,720 18,026 18,538 19,056 19,077 19,565
2 17,584 18,001 18,584 19,077 19,290 19,857 20,424 20,991 21,559 22,126
3 19,186 19,825 20,465 21,104 21,744 22,383 23,022 23,662 24,301 24,940
4 21,537 22,255 22,974 23,692 24,410 25,129 25,847 26,565 27,283 28,002
5 24,097 24,900 25,703 26,505 27,308 28,111 28,914 29,717 30,520 31,322
6 26,859 27,755 28,650 29,545 30,441 31,336 32,231 33,127 34,022 34,917
7 29,848 30,842 31,837 32,831 33,826 34,820 35,815 36,809 37,804 38,798
8 33,056 34,157 35,259 36,361 37,462 38,564 39,666 40,767 41,869 42,971
9 36,512 37,728 38,945 40,162 41,378 42,595 43,812 45,028 46,245 47,462
10 40,208 41,549 42,889 44,230 45,571 46,912 48,252 49,593 50,934 52,274
11 44,177 45,650 47,122 48,595 50,068 51,540 53,013 54,486 55,958 57,431
12 52,946 54,711 56,476 58,241 60,005 61,770 63,535 65,299 67,064 68,829
13 62,962 65,060 67,159 69,257 71,356 73,454 75,553 77,651 79,750 81,848
14 74,402 76,882 79,362 81,841 84,321 86,800 89,280 91,760 94,239 96,719
15 87,518 90,435 93,352 96,269 99,186 102,103 105,020 107,937 110,854 113,771

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INCORPORATING THE 3.80% GENERAL SCHEDULE INCREASE AND A LOCALITY PAYMENT OF 12.76% FOR THE LOCALITY PAY AREA OF LOS ANGELES-RIVERSIDE-ORANGE COUNTY, CA (INCLUDING SANTA BARBARA COUNTY AND ALL OF EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE) (Net Increase: 5.31% )

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