San Diego, Calif. 2000 Salary Table


Source: U.S. Office of Personnel Management

San Diego, Calif. 2000 Salary Table

Grade

Annual Rates for Steps (in dollars)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 15,253 15,761 16,269 16,773 17,282 17,580 18,079 18,585 18,605 19,081
2 17,149 17,556 18,124 18,605 18,813 19,366 19,919 20,472 21,025 21,578
3 18,711 19,335 19,958 20,582 21,206 21,829 22,453 23,076 23,700 24,323
4 21,004 21,705 22,405 23,106 23,806 24,507 25,207 25,908 26,608 27,309
5 23,501 24,284 25,067 25,850 26,633 27,416 28,199 28,981 29,764 30,547
6 26,195 27,068 27,941 28,814 29,688 30,561 31,434 32,307 33,180 34,053
7 29,109 30,079 31,049 32,019 32,989 33,959 34,929 35,899 36,869 37,838
8 32,238 33,312 34,387 35,461 36,535 37,610 38,684 39,759 40,833 41,907
9 35,608 36,795 37,981 39,168 40,355 41,541 42,728 43,914 45,101 46,287
10 39,213 40,521 41,828 43,136 44,443 45,751 47,058 48,366 49,673 50,981
11 43,084 44,520 45,956 47,393 48,829 50,265 51,701 53,138 54,574 56,010
12 51,636 53,357 55,078 56,800 58,521 60,242 61,963 63,684 65,405 67,126
13 61,404 63,450 65,497 67,544 69,590 71,637 73,683 75,730 77,776 79,823
14 72,562 74,980 77,398 79,816 82,234 84,653 87,071 89,489 91,907 94,326
15 85,352 88,197 91,042 93,887 96,732 99,577 102,422 105,267 108,112 110,956
*

INCORPORATING THE 3.80% GENERAL SCHEDULE INCREASE AND A LOCALITY PAYMENT OF 9.97% FOR THE LOCALITY PAY AREA OF SAN DIEGO, CA (Net Increase: 5.09%)

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