Metallurgist - Federal Salaries of 2009
Pay Rates for "Metallurgist"How much does a Metallurgist in the federal government get paid? $127,986.42* *Based on the 2009 average.
Metallurgist was the 480th most popular job in the U.S. Government in 2009, with 24 employed. The most common payscale was the general schedule payscale.
In 2009, the National Institute of Standards and Technology hired the most employees titled Metallurgy, with an average salary of $134,769.
Government Metallurgy jobs are classified under the General Schedule (GS) payscale. The minimum paygrade for a Metallurgy job is GS-6, and the highest paygrade that can be attained within this job series is GS-15. Remember that the starting and maximum yearly pay listed above reflect base pay only - your actual salary will be higher based on the Locality Pay Adjustment for the area in which you work.
Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) professions fall under this job category. Due to the growing focus of them STEM fields, individuals in this job category tend to advance more quickly than employees in the other job categories. Jobs in this category are being added quickly and many organizations have trouble finding qualified individuals. Individuals in this job category typically recieve pormotions of 2 grade increases at a time until they reach GS-12.
Agencies that have hired a Metallurgist
|Agency||Employees Hired||Average Salary|
|National Institute of Standards and Technology||12||$134,768.92|
|Department of Energy||5||$119,300.60|
|Federal Bureau of Investigation||2||$117,019.50|
|National Science Foundation||1||$160,078.00|
|National Transportation Safety Board||1||$133,543.00|
Metallurgist Pay Distribution
The average pay for a Metallurgist is $127,986.42. The highest paid Metallurgist made $168,900 in 2009.
Common Metallurgist Payscales
|Payscale||Number of Metallurgy Employees|
|GS - General Schedule||11|
|ZP - Scientific And Engineering Professional||10|
|ST - Scientific And Professional||2|
|AD - Administratively Determined Rates, Not E||1|
|Starting Paygrade:||$32,716.00 / year base pay at paygrade GS-6, Step 1|
|Maximum Paygrade:||$138,572.00 / year base pay at paygrade GS-15, Step 10|
|Category:||Professional and Scientific|
|Occupation Family:||1300 PHYSICAL SCIENCES GROUP|
Other Jobs at the GS-6 Paygrade
GS-6 is the starting paygrade for Metallurgy jobs. Here are some other Federal Government jobs that can be held by employees at the GS-6 paygrade.
|Occupation||Occupation Category||Starting Paygrade||Maximum Paygrade|
|Vocational Rehabilitation||Administrative and Management||GS-4||GS-15|
|Claims Assistance and Examining||Clerical and Administrative Support||GS-1||GS-9|
|Human Resources Assistance||Clerical and Administrative Support||GS-1||GS-9|
|Psychology||Professional and Scientific||GS-6||GS-15|
|Workforce Development||Administrative and Management||GS-4||GS-15|
Average Metallurgy Pay Trend from 2004 to 2017
In 2004, the average pay for a Metallurgist was $112,417. Since then, the average pay has increased to $121,071 in 2017.
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