National Compensation Survey - Benefits produces comprehensive data on the incidence (the percentage of workers with access to and participation in employer provided benefit plans) and provisions of selected employee benefit plans.
Retirement benefit access for private workers ranged from 31 percent for the lowest 10 percent of wage
earners to 88 percent for the highest 10 percent. Nonunion workers paid 22 percent of single coverage
medical premiums and union workers paid 13 percent.
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|Benefit Incidence & Provisions|
Employee Benefits Survey
(1985 to 2006)
National Compensation Survey - Benefits
*2007 to 2009 benefits data are not available in the National Compensation Survey data base.
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