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Federal Employee Profile — Corey T. Miller

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Corey T. Miller

Title: Miscellaneous Administration And Program

Agency: Office of Surface Mining, Reclamation and Enforcement

In 2017, Corey T. Miller was a Miscellaneous Administration And Program at the Office of Surface Mining, Reclamation and Enforcement in Lexington, Kentucky.

Corey T. Miller is a GS-14 under the general schedule payscale.


Year Occupation Paygrade Base Salary Bonus Location
2017 Miscellaneous Administration And Program GS-14 $114,931 $0 Lexington, Kentucky
2016 Miscellaneous Administration And Program GS-14 $113,091 $0 Lexington, Kentucky
2015 Miscellaneous Administration And Program GS-14 $108,497 $0 Lexington, Kentucky
2014 Miscellaneous Administration And Program GS-14 $107,421 $0 Lexington, Kentucky
2013 Miscellaneous Administration And Program GS-13 $95,459 $300 Lexington, Kentucky
2012 Miscellaneous Administration And Program GS-13 $95,459 $250 Lexington, Kentucky
2011 Miscellaneous Administration And Program GS-12 $87,157 $775 Lexington, Kentucky
2010 Miscellaneous Administration And Program GS-12 $84,863 $650 Lexington, Kentucky
2009 Miscellaneous Administration And Program GS-12 $83,387 $1,050 Lexington, Kentucky
2008 Miscellaneous Administration And Program GS-12 $80,558 $850 Lexington, Kentucky

It is possible that Corey T. Miller has also worked at the Forest Service. See more information here.

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Corey T. Miller's 2017 pay is 29% higher than the average Miscellaneous Administration and Program across all agencies.
Corey T. Miller's 2017 pay is 53% higher than the average pay of a GS employee at the Office of Surface Mining, Reclamation and Enforcement.
Corey T. Miller's pay trend during his or her government career in the Office of Surface Mining, Reclamation and Enforcement:

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