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A wage-grade pay scale uses a set of standardized grades to rate positions in terms of compensation. Any employee hired into a position with a particular grade receives the same paycheck, even if the jobs may involve ver... More »

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The federal Office of Personnel Management's General Schedule classifies white-collar federal jobs into 15 pay grades from GS-1, the lowest, to GS-15, the highest. Grades depends on a position's difficulty, responsibilit... More »

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Basic information about U.S. military pay grades is available from each specific branch of military, including qualifications for each grade. Comprehensive charts dating back to 1945 are available from the Defense Financ... More »

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The WG, or wage grade, pay scale used by the U.S. Federal Government is a classification of the blue-collar jobs that fall under the Federal Wage System and are hourly pay positions. These jobs are grouped into categorie... More »

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The federal government pay scale is a payment system initiated to standardize government pay by establishing grade levels and steps for each type of federal job. The higher the grade level assigned to a job or a step, th... More »

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The pay scale for federal salaried positions ranges from $18,161 to $132,122, based on U.S. Office of Personnel Management salary tables for 2015. The scale covers 15 pay grades and 10 steps for each grade. More »

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The website PostalWork.net publishes pay scales of workers who belong to the National Postal Mail Handlers Union and the American Postal Workers Union, as well as the pay scales of workers in administrative and managemen... More »

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