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By Beth J. Asch

ISBN-10: 0833031740

ISBN-13: 9780833031747

Precisely what quantity of money do the common officials and enlisted team of workers make each month?

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Again, the profiles are nearly identical. Therefore, any S&I pay differences across these occupations are dominated on average by similarities in other pay components. 15—Average Enlisted Pay by Year of Service and IT-Occupational Category, 1999 ing retention and grade mix at each year of service, which influences the average pay level at each year of service in the figures. 6 shows the distribution for officers. The information comes from DMDC and reflects the inventory as of the end of FY 1999.

Amt. Pct. Rec’g Avg. $ Amt. Marine Corps Pct. 0 Avg. $ Amt. 4 64 80 Pct. 1 Avg. $ Amt. 2 a Averaged over all members, including those not receiving these pays. 3 Incidence and Average Amounts of Enlisted Pay for June 1999 Army Air Force Marine Corps Navy Pct. Rec’g Avg. $ Amt. Pct. Rec’g Avg. $ Amt. Pct. Rec’g Avg. $ Amt. Pct. Rec’g Avg. $ Amt. 0 2,654 a Averaged over all members, including those not receiving these pays. 4 Incidence and Average Amounts of Officer Pay for June 1999 (Commission Source Is ROTC or a Military Academy) Army Type of Pay Basic Pay BAH (Green Book) BAS (Green Book) Tax Advantage (Green Book) Average RMC Saved Pay Health Professional Saved Pay Variable Special Pay Board Certified Pay Aviation Career Incentive Pay Responsibility Pay Career Sea Pay Career Sea Pay Premium Hostile Fire Pay Diving Duty Pay Submarine Duty Pay Foreign Language Pay (1) Foreign Language Pay (2) Flying Pay (Crew Member) Flying Pay (Noncrew Member) Air Weapons Controller (Crew) Parachute Duty Pay Flight Deck Duty Pay Demolition Duty Pay Experimental Stress Duty Pay Toxic Fuels Duty Pay High-Altitude Low Opening Pay Chemical Munitions Duty Pay Average S&I Pays a FSA I FSA II CONUS COLA Overseas COLA Clothing/Uniform Allowance Personal Money Allowance Avg Misc Allowances/ COLAs a Pct.

However, the inclusion of S&I pays adds about $1,000 to the standard deviation of RMC alone, and the further addition of bonuses adds a great deal to pay variance. The major bonuses are Aviation Officer Continuation Pay, Medical Officer Retention Bonus, Additional Special Pay for Medical Officers, Incentive Specialty Pay for Medical Officers, Nuclear Officer Accession Bonus, Nuclear Officer Retention Bonus, Nuclear Career Annual Incentive Bonus, and NuclearQualified Officer Continuation Pay. Although only a small percentage of officers receive these bonuses, their large amounts significantly increase pay variation.

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