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Federal Salary Report, 50 State & City Analysis 2007-12

July 9, 2013 01:01 AM

 "Open The Books" 

Federal Salary Reports FY2007-2012

Total Federal Wages by State & City & Year

Federal Salary Report, State & City Analysis FY2007-2012

To view the report, click here.

Linked above, Open The Books has produced our 667 page Federal Salary Report, State & City Analysis FY2007-2012. The Report provides summary wage analysis for 50 states and 14,000 cities between fiscal years 2007-12. The top 10 cities with the highest federal payroll for fiscal year 2012 include: Atlanta, Georgia (#1); Rockville, Maryland (#2); Bethesda, Maryland (#3); Woodlawn, Maryland (#4); Houston, Texas (#5); Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (#6); Chicago, Illinois (#7); Alexandria, Virginia (#8); Arlington, Virginia (#9); Dallas, Texas (#10).

Federal Salary Report, 50 State Analysis FY2007-2012

To view the report, click here

Linked above, this quick three page thumbnail report, Federal Salary Report, 50 State Analysis FY2007-2012, the total federal wage summary is analysed by state and year. The top 10 states with the highest 5 year % increases include: Alaska (+45.30%), Hawaii (+41.10%), Rhode Island (+38.66%), Nevada (+37.50%), Vermont (+35.86%), Wisconsin (+30.52%), Georgia (+28.09%), North Carolina (+28.04%), South Carolina (+27.79%) and Louisiana (+27.57%).

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Hema
9sKUnZVjhF, AL
8/7/2013 10:09 PM
 

  BSN is a college drgeee in nursing. That is the best way to go and will get you the best salary. RN is a state license. Professional nurses must be licensed. For your paper just say that nursing is a good career because there is job securiy and a nurse can make a living wage with opportunity to increase salary as she becomes more experienced and accepts more responsibility. There is also flexibility in working different shifts, weekends, flex time, and per diem (by the day with no set schedule). It is also a rewarding career where you make a difference in people's lives. Glad to help, we need lots of good nurses in the field. Good luck.