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Federal Employee Profile — Thomas Capehart

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GS-14

Thomas Capehart

Title: Economist

Agency: Economic Research Service

In 2017, Thomas Capehart was an Economist at the Economic Research Service in Washington, District Of Columbia. began working at the Economic Research Service in 2016 with a starting salary of $141,555. Since then, 's salary has increased to $145,629 in 2017.

Thomas Capehart is a GS-14 under the general schedule payscale.


Year Occupation Paygrade Base Salary Bonus Location
2017 Economist GS-14 $145,629 $400 Washington, District of Columbia
2016 Economist GS-14 $141,555 $350 Washington, District of Columbia
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Thomas Capehart's 2017 pay is 20% higher than the average Economist across all agencies.
Thomas Capehart's 2017 pay is 77% higher than the average pay of a GS employee at the Economic Research Service.
Thomas Capehart's pay trend during his or her government career in the Economic Research Service:

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