Federal Employee Profile — David H. Harrington

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GS-15 Top 10%

David H. Harrington

Former Employee

Title: Economist

Agency: Economic Research Service

In 2009, David H. Harrington 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 Harrington has worked in the federal government prior to 2004.

In 2009, David H. Harrington was a GS-15 under the general schedule payscale and is among the highest-paid ten percent of employees in the Economic Research Service.


Year Occupation Paygrade Base Salary Bonus Location
2009 Economist GS-15 $153,200 $0 Washington, District of Columbia
2008 Economist GS-15 $149,000 $0 Washington, District of Columbia
2007 Economist GS-15 $143,471 $0 Washington, District of Columbia
2006 Economist GS-15 $139,774 $0 Washington, District of Columbia
2005 Economist GS-15 $135,136 $0 Washington, District of Columbia
2004 Economist GS-15 $130,305 $0 Washington, District of Columbia
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David H. Harrington's 2009 pay is 43% higher than the average Economist across all agencies.
David H. Harrington's 2009 pay is 86% higher than the average pay of a GS employee at the Economic Research Service.
David H. Harrington's pay trend during his or her government career in the Economic Research Service:

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