Sacramento, Calif. 2000 Salary Table


Source: U.S. Office of Personnel Management

Sacramento, Calif. 2000 Salary Table

Grade

Annual Rates for Steps (in dollars)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 15,188 15,694 16,199 16,701 17,208 17,505 18,002 18,506 18,525 18,999
2 17,075 17,481 18,047 18,525 18,732 19,283 19,834 20,385 20,935 21,486
3 18,631 19,252 19,873 20,494 21,115 21,736 22,357 22,977 23,598 24,219
4 20,915 21,612 22,310 23,007 23,705 24,402 25,100 25,797 26,495 27,192
5 23,400 24,180 24,959 25,739 26,519 27,298 28,078 28,858 29,637 30,417
6 26,083 26,952 27,822 28,691 29,561 30,430 31,299 32,169 33,038 33,908
7 28,985 29,950 30,916 31,882 32,848 33,814 34,779 35,745 36,711 37,677
8 32,100 33,170 34,240 35,309 36,379 37,449 38,519 39,589 40,658 41,728
9 35,456 36,638 37,819 39,001 40,182 41,364 42,545 43,727 44,908 46,090
10 39,046 40,347 41,649 42,951 44,253 45,555 46,857 48,159 49,461 50,763
11 42,900 44,330 45,760 47,190 48,620 50,050 51,480 52,910 54,340 55,771
12 51,416 53,129 54,843 56,557 58,270 59,984 61,698 63,411 65,125 66,839
13 61,142 63,179 65,217 67,255 69,293 71,330 73,368 75,406 77,444 79,482
14 72,251 74,659 77,067 79,475 81,883 84,291 86,699 89,107 91,515 93,923
15 84,987 87,820 90,653 93,486 96,318 99,151 101,984 104,817 107,649 110,482
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INCORPORATING THE 3.80% GENERAL SCHEDULE INCREASE AND A LOCALITY PAYMENT OF 9.50% FOR THE LOCALITY PAY AREA OF SACRAMENTO-YOLO, CA (Net Increase: 4.98%)

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