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General Schedule (US civil service pay scale) - Wikipedia, the free ...

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The general schedule (GS) is the predominant pay scale within the United States civil service. .... As noted earlier, an employee in a position with a special GS scale does not receive a locality ad...

GS Pay Scale FAQs - GovCentral.com

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Does this mean that I can't apply for the GS-7 position ... public, if the public isn't working on that same scale?

Within-Grade Increases - Office of Personnel Management

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Each General Schedule (GS) grade has 10 steps. ... The employee must not have received an "equivalent increase" in pay during the waiting period. ... is not designated as temporary and does not have a definite time limitation of 1 year or less. ... Work-Life · Workforce Restructuring · Policy FAQs · Contac...

How does the Federal pay system work? - OPM.gov

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Employees in GS positions in the continental United States also receive ... Puerto Rico, Guam, and the U.S. Virgin Islands) do not receive locality rates, but rather ...

How do I increase my Grade or Step? - FederalPay.org

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For GS and LEO, the first three step increases occur every year, the next three step increases occur every ... How does the General Schedule Pay Scale Work?

How to move up the GS pay scale - DoD - Forum

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How to move up the GS pay scale. ... Its how you work it from within, but yeah sometime it does seem like its best to qualify as high as you can before you come  ...

Pay and the General Schedule (GS) - Working in our federal ...

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More than 70 percent of federal employees are paid according to the most common pay scale, the General Schedule (GS), but there are a variety of alternative ...

Can anybody explain the government pay scale? (student loans ...

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I am going to work for the federal government. I don't understand the pay scale. for instance if a person is assigned to level 7 and step 8 the salary. ... If you were to be promoted to the next grade (i.e., GS-8 for .... Do you basically suck it up and loose the pay in order to try and get your foot in the door?

Basics of the Government Pay Scale: Grades, levels, steps? | JYI ...

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At first, however, pay grades, levels, and steps, may seem confusing since these terms are generally not used in describing pay scales in industry. ... The work level, range of responsibility, and difficulty determines the pay grade of a position. ... For example, an employee at GS-1 (grade 1), Step 1 will be paid about $16,000 .....

Understanding the General Schedule | MyCareer@VA

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The GS has 15 pay grades, each with ten steps. The grade of a job is determined by various factors including the scope, complexity, and difficulty of the work ...

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General Schedule - Office of Personnel Management

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The General Schedule (GS) classification and pay system covers the majority of civilian white-collar Federal employees (about 1.5 million worldwide) in ...

Explanation of How the GS Pay Scale Works | Chron.com

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To determine this pay scale, the U.S. Office of Personnel Management consults ... of Labor Statistics of non-federal workers performing similar types of work.

How does the General Schedule Pay Scale Work? - FederalPay.org

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Some agencies may pay their employees using Pay Band systems or other special pay programs, but the GS schedule is the most widely used. It is used to pay ...