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Federal Employee Profile — Michael Ringler

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Michael Ringler

Former Employee

Title: Metal Forming Machine Operator

Agency: Bureau of Prisons/Federal Prison System

In 2014, Michael Ringler was a Metal Forming Machine Operator at the Bureau of Prisons/Federal Prison System in Milan, Michigan. As our dataset only goes as far back as 2004, it is likely that Ringler has worked in the federal government prior to 2004.

In 2014, Michael Ringler was a WS-09 under the supervisory pay schedules - federal wage payscale and is among the highest-paid ten percent of employees in the Bureau of Prisons/Federal Prison System.


Year Occupation Paygrade Base Salary Bonus Location
2014 Metal Forming Machine Operating WS-09 $86,068 $0 Milan, Michigan
2013 Metal Forming Machine Operating WS-09 $85,212 $0 Milan, Michigan
2012 Metal Forming Machine Operating WS-09 $85,212 $0 Milan, Michigan
2011 Metal Forming Machine Operating WS-09 $85,212 $0 Milan, Michigan
2010 Metal Forming Machine Operating WS-09 $85,212 $750 Milan, Michigan
2009 Metal Forming Machine Operating WS-09 $83,584 $0 Milan, Michigan
2008 Metal Forming Machine Operating WS-09 $77,595 $0 Milan, Michigan
2007 Metal Forming Machine Operating WS-09 $74,798 $0 Milan, Michigan
2006 Materials Handler WS-06 $70,290 $0 Milan, Michigan
2005 Materials Handler WS-06 $68,078 $0 Milan, Michigan
2004 Miscellaneous Metal Work WS-08 $69,101 $0 Milan, Michigan
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Michael Ringler's 2014 pay is 61% higher than the average Metal Forming Machine Operator across all agencies.
Michael Ringler's 2014 pay is 59% higher than the average pay of a WS employee at the Bureau of Prisons/Federal Prison System.
Michael Ringler's pay trend during his or her government career in the Bureau of Prisons/Federal Prison System:

Data Sources

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