Geological Survey Salaries of 2016
The Geological Survey had 8,353 employees in 2015 with an average pay (base salary + bonus) of $81,240.88. The most common occupation was hydrology, followed by hydrologic technician. The most common payscale is General Schedule.
The top ten percent of employees in the Geological Survey earn 18% of the total income. See the top 100 most well paid employees in Geological Survey.
The Geological Survey belongs to the Department of Interior.
Pay Distribution in the Geological Survey
Top 10 Occupations in the Geological Survey
The most common payscale is General Schedule, which pays 95.44% of the employees in the Geological Survey. General Schedule is followed by Grades Similar To General Schedule, which pays 2.75% of employees.
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