Farmer - Federal Salaries of 2016

Pay Rates for "Farmer"

How much does a Farmer in the federal government get paid? $45,202.84* *Based on the 2016 average.

Farmer was the 456th most popular job in the U.S. Government in 2016, with 25 employed. The most common payscale was the nonsupervisory pay schedules - federal w payscale.

In 2016, the Agricultural Research Service hired the most employees titled Farming, with an average salary of $39,705.

Agencies that have hired a Farmer

Agency Employees Hired Average Salary
Agricultural Research Service 14 $39,705.21
Bureau of Prisons/Federal Prison System 4 $67,828.50
Bureau of Reclamation 4 $33,100.00
National Park Service 2 $60,292.00
Natural Resources Conservation Service 1 $49,900.00

Farmer Pay Distribution

The average pay for a Farmer is $45,202.84. The highest paid Farmer made $70,308 in 2016.

Common Farmer Payscales

Payscale Number of Farming Employees
WG - Nonsupervisory Pay Schedules - Federal W 15
WS - Supervisory Pay Schedules - Federal Wage 6
BB - Nonsupervisory - Negotiated Pay Employee 4

Average Farming Pay Trend from 2004 to 2017

In 2004, the average pay for a Farmer was $36,439. Since then, the average pay has increased to $47,950 in 2017.

Data Sources

The information provided on these pages is sourced from the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Enterprise Human Resources Integration (EHRI) dataset. Postal Service data is managed exclusively by the USPS . All information is displayed unmodified and as provided by the source agency.

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The series code of this occupation is 5002.

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