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    2010 Pay Locality RALEIGH-DURHAM-CARY, NC

    Salary Table 2010-Ra
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    NSPS Employees to Receive Full January 2010 GS Base Salary Increase

    NSPS Employees to Receive Full January 2010 GS Base Salary Increase
    Each year, the Secretary of Defense authorizes an across the board annual pay adjustment for NSPS employees. The amount is based on the annual January General Schedule (GS) base salary increase. By law, NSPS employees rated above "unacceptable" or who do not have a rating of record receive at least 60 percent of the GS increase. The Secretary may allocate the ...
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    Most NSPS Employees Headed for Full 2010 Pay Raise

    Most NSPS Employees Headed for Full 2010 Pay Raise
    Employees covered by the Pentagon's pay-for-performance system will receive the same base salary increase in January 2010 as their General Schedule counterparts, as long as their work is deemed acceptable, according to new orders from Defense Secretary Robert Gates. "Given the ongoing leadership review of [the National Security Personnel System] and in consideration of recommendations made by the Defense Business Board ...
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    2010 Pay Locality DENVER-AURORA-BOULDER, CO

    Salary Table 2010-Den
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    2010 Pay Locality HUNTSVILLE-DECATUR, AL

    Salary Table 2010-Hnt
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    2010 Pay Locality CHICAGO-NAPERVILLE-MICHIGAN CITY, IL-IN-WI

    Salary Table 2010-Chi
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    Congress to Increase Fed Pay Raise

    Congress to Increase Fed Pay Raise
    Congressional negotiators closed a deal Tuesday night that includes a 2.0 percent federal employee pay adjustment, which includes a 1.5 percent nationwide increase in base pay and a 0.5 percent average increase in locality pay. Congress is expected to pass the pay raise and Omnibus spending bill on Friday. Last week, President Obama announced a 2.0 percent increase in base pay ...
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    Obama Issues Order Implementing 2010 Pay Raise

    Obama Issues Order Implementing 2010 Pay Raise
    President Obama on December 23, 2009 issued an executive order implementing a 2.0 pay raise for federal employees and a 3.4 percent pay raise for service members in 2010. Find the pay scale for your area The executive order reflects the pay rates included in the fiscal 2010 omnibus spending package and Defense Appropriations Act approved this month by Congress and ...
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    2010 Pay Locality RICHMOND, VA

    Salary Table 2010-Rch
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    Federal Employees Could Get 2.9 percent Raise, Senate Endorses

    The Senate Appropriations Committee on Thursday approved a 2.9 percent pay increase for federal civilian employees in fiscal 2010, a bigger raise than that approved by the House spending panel earlier this week. Sen. Richard Durbin, D-Ill., chairman of the Senate Financial Services and General Government Appropriations Subcommittee, advanced the proposal on Wednesday to the full panel as part of the ...
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    2010 Pay Locality HOUSTON-BAYTOWN-HUNTSVILLE, TX

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    Comprehensive Government Salary Guide

    Comprehensive Government Salary Guide
    Government jobs are in demand! The Federal government is not only the nation's largest, but also its most diversified employer, with more than 2,000 different categories of employees. The diversity of government jobs available also means many different salaries and benefits packages. This comprehensive salary guide aims to reveal information related to government pay through a series of different methods. Use ...
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    2010 Pay Locality DETROIT-WARREN-FLINT, MI

    Salary Table 2010-Det
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    2010 Pay Locality PHOENIX-MESA-SCOTTSDALE, AZ

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    Highest Paying State Government Careers

    Highest Paying State Government Careers
    Though many of the highest paying state government jobs are slightly lower-paying than their federal counterparts, there is greater demand for nearly all of them. As noted in other articles, state governments are expected to fill over 1.4 million jobs by 2016. The career fields listed below have the highest average salaries and link to articles listing the highest paying occupations ...
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    NSPS Pay and Compensation

    Under NSPS there are five ways employees can receive a pay increase: • (Local Market Supplement (LMS) – Under NSPS, the LMS replaces locality pay and special salary rates. Employees are eligible for an LMS adjustment if they have a rating of record of Level 2 (Fair) or higher. • *Rate Range Adjustment* – A change in the minimum or maximum ...
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    Nontraditional Jobs That Pay $100K

    Nontraditional Jobs That Pay $100K
    It's no secret that doctors, lawyers, traders and senior executives at large corporations typically earn six figures or more. But where are the $100,000 jobs for the rest of us - the 140 million American workers who lack the inclination, the aptitude or the tolerance for student debt to go for the classic big-money careers? It turns out that in 2008, ...
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    NSPS Transition Planning Continues

    NSPS Transition Planning Continues
    The Department of Defense announced that the majority of NSPS employees are scheduled to transition to non-NSPS personnel systems by September 30, 2010, more than a year earlier than required by the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for FY 2010. This statute requires all employees to transition from NSPS by no later than January 1, 2012 with no loss of or ...
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    2010 Pay Locality SACRAMENTO--ARDEN-ARCADE--YUBA CITY, CA-NV

    Salary Table 2010-Sac
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    2010 Pay Locality PITTSBURGH-NEW CASTLE, PA

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