St. Louis, Mo. 2000 Salary Table


Source: U.S. Office of Personnel Management

St. Louis, Mo. 2000 Salary Table

Grade

Annual Rates for Steps (in dollars)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 14,852 15,347 15,841 16,332 16,828 17,118 17,604 18,097 18,116 18,579
2 16,698 17,094 17,648 18,116 18,318 18,857 19,395 19,934 20,473 21,011
3 18,220 18,827 19,434 20,041 20,648 21,255 21,863 22,470 23,077 23,684
4 20,452 21,134 21,816 22,499 23,181 23,863 24,545 25,227 25,909 26,591
5 22,883 23,645 24,408 25,170 25,933 26,695 27,457 28,220 28,982 29,745
6 25,506 26,357 27,207 28,057 28,907 29,758 30,608 31,458 32,308 33,158
7 28,344 29,289 30,233 31,177 32,122 33,066 34,011 34,955 35,900 36,844
8 31,391 32,437 33,483 34,529 35,575 36,621 37,668 38,714 39,760 40,806
9 34,673 35,828 36,983 38,139 39,294 40,449 41,605 42,760 43,916 45,071
10 38,183 39,456 40,729 42,002 43,275 44,548 45,822 47,095 48,368 49,641
11 41,952 43,350 44,749 46,147 47,546 48,944 50,343 51,741 53,140 54,538
12 50,279 51,955 53,631 55,307 56,983 58,658 60,334 62,010 63,686 65,362
13 59,790 61,783 63,776 65,769 67,761 69,754 71,747 73,740 75,732 77,725
14 70,655 73,009 75,364 77,719 80,073 82,428 84,783 87,137 89,492 91,847
15 83,109 85,879 88,649 91,420 94,190 96,960 99,730 102,500 105,270 108,041
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INCORPORATING THE 3.80% GENERAL SCHEDULE INCREASE AND A LOCALITY PAYMENT OF 7.08% FOR THE LOCALITY PAY AREA OF ST. LOUIS, MO-IL (Net Increase: 4.69%)

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