The federal Claims Examiner’s salary is $200,000 per year, according to its website.
The Federal Aviation Administration’s salaries for the same job are $200 per hour.
The United States Secret Service is paid $200 an hour, according a government website.
The IRS has a top-tier salary of $204,000.
The Social Security Administration, which pays out $192,000, has a salary of about $212,000 a year.
“This is a federal agency that is tasked with managing the vast majority of the country’s welfare.
I think it’s a real travesty that they’re able to take such a small percentage of the federal budget that they have,” said Michael Cramer, an economist at the conservative American Enterprise Institute.
But the fact that the federal government is paying out such a high salary to a career employee is a problem for many people, said Cramer.
“That means that people are under-reporting and underpaid,” he said.
Federal employees are expected to report their wages on their annual tax returns, so the salaries of federal employees in the public sector are likely higher than the salaries for private sector workers, said Eric Hufbauer, the former acting assistant secretary for federal operations.
While the government is not required to publicly release its salary information, the Congressional Budget Office said in 2013 that federal workers earned an average of $102,200 in total compensation in 2016, up from $92,600 in 2014.
To qualify for federal benefits, workers are supposed to be paid on a salary or salary-related compensation basis.
The minimum wage for full-time workers in the private sector is $7.25 an hour.
For part-time employees, it is $5.25.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics, which tracks federal government employees, reports that the median annual income for federal workers in 2016 was $50,300, according the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
Congress is considering several bills aimed at overhauling the way federal workers are paid.
One proposal, which has been referred to the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, would require federal workers to be treated as independent contractors, meaning they would be entitled to overtime pay.
The measure has bipartisan support in Congress.
Another proposal would create a separate category for federal employees that would provide a break for overtime pay for employees who work part- time or full- time.
President Donald Trump has also proposed a $5 minimum wage and has said that the U.S. should not pay less than $12 an hour for federal contract workers.
Democrats and Republicans have said the federal employees should not receive overtime pay, while some Republicans have called for a hike in the federal minimum wage.
Some experts have questioned the accuracy of federal wage data, saying that many of the numbers are based on data from government agencies that have not been analyzed for accuracy.
In a March 13 statement, the Office of Personnel Management said that federal government workers are entitled to a minimum wage of $7 an hour and an overtime rate of $5 per hour, although the agency does not specify the amount of overtime pay and does not track overtime payments.