With the government facing a looming $3 trillion pay cut, it is imperative you maximize your government payroll in order to avoid a massive pay hike.
If you want to know how to do that, the government payscale.org has you covered.
But that is not the only government pay increase that will be coming to your paycheque in the near future.
The federal government’s proposed annual salary increase is set to be $18,400, with the rate set to increase by an additional $2,400 in 2019.
The government’s average yearly salary for full-time employees is set at $51,200, according to the National Institute for Labor Economics and Statistics.
In 2019, the average salary for part-time workers is set by $15,700, and for those working from home, the rate is set for $16,400.
The average hourly wage for full time workers is $19.50 an hour.
The number of people who make $19 an hour or more is expected to rise to a record high of 4.6 million by 2020, according the National Federation of Independent Business.
If you need to know more about the government’s pay scale increase, take a look at the pay scale.org website.