Vermont General Schedule Payscales
A single General Schedule locality, the Rest of U.S. locality, applies to the entirety of Vermont. Therefore, all federal employees within the state receive the same 15.37% cost-of-living locality adjustment.
This table lists all of the major cities and military installations within Vermont where Federal employees work. Each city lists the GS Locality in which it is located, and the current Locality Adjustment applicable to that locality. Click on any city or locality to see the adjusted pay tables for that region.
|City / Base||Locality Type||Federal Employee Count †||GS Locality Name||Locality Adjustment|
† Employee count includes only Non-DoD Employees in the GS Pay Scale. However, these rates apply to all General Schedule (GS) employees, including those in the Department of Defense (DoD).
Vermont Federal Employment Statistics
This section provides statistics on Federal government employees in Vermont, including most common occupations, agencies with the most local employees, and the average paygrade and salary rates of general schedule employees in the area. All data in this section is derived from the Office of Personnel Management (OPM)'s most recent available listings of federal employees in Vermont.
Common Occupations in Vermont
|Occupation||Number Employed||Avg. Salary||Avg. Bonus|
|Miscellaneous Administration And Program||108||$74,230.00||$191.00|
This table lists the top one occupations held by the approximately 108 federal employees working in Vermont, Vermont, as well as average yearly compensation for Vermont based federal employees of that occupation.
Federal Agencies in Vermont
|Agency||Vermont Employees||Avg. Salary||Avg. Bonus|
|Citizenship And Immigration Services||108||$74,230.00||$191.00|
There are one Federal agency with a significant workforce in Vermont. General Schedule employees at all of the agencies listed below will be paid according to the locality-adjusted GS payscale listed on this page.
There are approximately 108 federal employees on the General Schedule payscale located within Vermont. The average federal employee in Vermont earns $74,230 per year, and the average yearly bonus is $191.
Based on data provided by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), the most common job title for federal employees based in Vermont is Miscellaneous Administration And Program. The Federal agency with the largest number of employees in Vermont is the Citizenship And Immigration Services, which has total of 108 employees in the area.
The bar graph to the left shows the distribution of employees in Vermont by paygrade, from GS-1 to GS-15. To learn more about how paygrades are determined and how they affect a federal employee's salary, see how to calculate GS Pay.