How much does a GS-11 make?

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A GS-11 is expected to make about $28.74 per hour which translates to $59,987 annually. This pay scale is used for federal employees and can vary depending on location. You can find out more information here: www.fedsmith.com
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1 Additional Answer
A government employee who has a grade of GS-11 can expect to earn anywhere from around 56,000 to 74,000, depending on the location of the employment.
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