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Federal Employee Profile — Mark I. Appelbaum

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EH-00 Top 10%

Mark I. Appelbaum

Former Employee

Title: Social Scientist

Agency: Administration for Children and Families

In 2014, Mark I. Appelbaum was a Social Scientist at the Administration for Children and Families in Washington, District Of Columbia. Appelbaum began working at the Administration for Children and Families in 2013 with a starting salary of $140,090. Since then, Appelbaum's salary has remained the same.

In 2014, Mark I. Appelbaum was a EH-00 under the advisory committee member (5 u.s.c. 3109 payscale and is among the highest-paid ten percent of employees in the Administration for Children and Families.


Year Occupation Paygrade Base Salary Bonus Location
2014 Social Science EH-00 $140,090 $0 Washington, District of Columbia
2013 Social Science EH-00 $140,090 $0 Washington, District of Columbia
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Mark I. Appelbaum's 2014 pay is 70% higher than the average Social Scientist across all agencies.
Mark I. Appelbaum's 2014 pay is 437% higher than the average pay of an EH employee at the Administration for Children and Families.
Mark I. Appelbaum's pay trend during his or her government career in the Administration for Children and Families:

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