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DC government generally pays its employees $67K annually. This report is based on responses to the PayScale salary survey.
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|$51,585 - $113,622|
|Salary||$53,846 - $110,481|
|Bonus||$8.41 - $3,226|
|Total Pay||$51,585 - $113,622|
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 28 Oct 2014 | Individuals Reporting: 33
Respondents with a company tenure of five to ten years tend to make $50K. To sum up, the greater portion of employees here (42 percent) have worked in their field for 20 years or more and now make $77K per year.
It pays to have a Bachelor's Degree at DC government — these employees make the most at around $62K annually.
For employees looking to save up for their golden years, DC government provides an optional 401(k) plan, and a majority of workers participate. A solid majority of workers can count on health insurance, and the greater part of workers have dental coverage as a benefit. Privileges also include 401(a), life insurance, gym membership, defined contribution (dc) retirement plan, and a company cell phone.
$35,375 - $77,433
$40,547 - $90,000
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