Philadelphia, Pa. 2000 Salary Table


Source: U.S. Office of Personnel Management

Philadelphia, Pa. 2000 Salary Table

Grade

Annual Rates for Steps (in dollars)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 15,195 15,701 16,207 16,709 17,216 17,513 18,010 18,514 18,534 19,008
2 17,083 17,489 18,055 18,534 18,741 19,292 19,843 20,394 20,945 21,496
3 18,640 19,261 19,882 20,503 21,125 21,746 22,367 22,988 23,609 24,230
4 20,924 21,622 22,320 23,018 23,715 24,413 25,111 25,809 26,507 27,205
5 23,411 24,191 24,971 25,751 26,531 27,311 28,091 28,871 29,651 30,431
6 26,095 26,965 27,834 28,704 29,574 30,444 31,314 32,184 33,053 33,923
7 28,998 29,964 30,930 31,897 32,863 33,829 34,795 35,762 36,728 37,694
8 32,115 33,185 34,255 35,325 36,396 37,466 38,536 39,607 40,677 41,747
9 35,472 36,654 37,836 39,018 40,200 41,383 42,565 43,747 44,929 46,111
10 39,063 40,366 41,668 42,971 44,274 45,576 46,879 48,181 49,484 50,786
11 42,919 44,350 45,781 47,212 48,642 50,073 51,504 52,935 54,365 55,796
12 51,439 53,154 54,868 56,583 58,297 60,011 61,726 63,440 65,155 66,869
13 61,169 63,208 65,247 67,286 69,324 71,363 73,402 75,441 77,479 79,518
14 72,284 74,693 77,102 79,511 81,920 84,329 86,738 89,147 91,556 93,965
15 85,026 87,860 90,694 93,528 96,362 99,196 102,030 104,865 107,699 110,533
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INCORPORATING THE 3.80% GENERAL INCREASE AND A LOCALITY PAYMENT OF 9.55% FOR THE LOCALITY PAY AREA OF PHILADELPHIA-WILMINGTON-ATLANTIC CITY, PA-NJ-DE-MD (Net Increase: 5.00%)

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