White collar federal employees in San Francisco will get pay increases of almost 4.5 percent next year, while workers in Kansas City, Mo., Huntsville, Ala., and smaller cities across the United States will have to settle for raises of about 3.6 percent.
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President Clinton issued an order Thursday that will provide a 3.7 percent average pay increase for white-collar federal employees next year.
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