Federal Employee Profile — Allen J. Baker
Allen J. BakerFormer Employee
Agency: Economic Research Service
In 2010, Allen J. Baker was an Economist at the Economic Research Service in Washington, District Of Columbia. As our dataset only goes as far back as 2004, it is likely that Baker has worked in the federal government prior to 2004.
In 2010, Allen J. Baker was a GS-15 under the general schedule payscale.
|2010||Economist||GS-15||$152,635||$1,048||Washington, District of Columbia|
|2009||Economist||GS-15||$144,997||$0||Washington, District of Columbia|
|2008||Economist||GS-15||$138,383||$250||Washington, District of Columbia|
|2007||Economist||GS-15||$128,757||$0||Washington, District of Columbia|
|2006||Economist||GS-15||$121,856||$0||Washington, District of Columbia|
|2005||Economist||GS-15||$117,809||$100||Washington, District of Columbia|
|2004||Economist||GS-14||$102,253||$500||Washington, District of Columbia|
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