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      What are employer costs for wages and benefits?

      Employer Costs for Wages and Benefits and Changes in CostsThe Employment Cost Index (ECI) component of the National Compensation Survey (NCS) is a Principal Federal Economic Indicator that measures changes in labor costs. Average hourly costs for employee compensation are presented in the Employer Costs for Employee Compensation (ECEC) series.

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      Who has benefits and how do benefits work?The NCS also provides benefits incidence data on the percentage of workers with access to and participating in employer provided benefit plans. The survey covers a broad range of benefits including holidays and vacations, sick leave, health and life insurance, and retirement plans. Details of employer-provided health and retirement plan provisions are also provided.

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      Retirement benefits available to 91% of state and local government workers in March 2019

      09/19/2019

      Retirement benefits were available to 91 percent of state and local government workers. Sixty-nine percent of workers in the lowest 10 percent wage category and 95 percent of workers in the highest 10 percent wage category had access.
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      Compensation costs up 0.7% Sep 2019 to Dec 2019 and up 2.7% over the year ending Dec 2019

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      Compensation costs rose 0.7 percent for civilian workers, seasonally adjusted, from September 2019 to December 2019. Over the year, compensation rose 2.7 percent, with wages and salaries rising 2.9 percent and benefit costs increasing 2.2 percent.
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      State and local government compensation costs average $51.66 per hour worked in Sep. 2019

      12/18/2019

      Wage and salary costs for state and local government workers averaged $32.19 per hour worked and benefit costs averaged $19.47 in September 2019. Health insurance costs were $5.92 per hour, accounting for 11.5 percent of total compensation costs.
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      • Employment Cost Trends—quarterly indexes measuring change over time in labor costs and quarterly data measuring level of average costs per hour worked.
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      • Modeled Wage Estimates—annual estimates of average hourly wages for occupations by selected job characteristics and within geographical location.
      • Compensation Research and Program Development Group—carries out research that addresses methodological, conceptual, and technical issues of concern to the Office of Compensation and Working Conditions (OCWC), which includes the National Compensation Survey, and the Workplace Injuries, Illnesses, and Fatalities Programs, and other Bureau programs.
      • Consumer Price Indexes—monthly data on changes in the prices paid by urban consumers for a representative basket of goods and services.
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      EMPLOYMENT COST INDEX (ECI) News Release

      TOTAL COMPENSATION: 3-month % change (SA)

      Civilian workers
      0.7% in 4th Qtr of 2019 Historical Data

      Private industry workers
      0.7% in 4th Qtr of 2019 Historical Data

      State and local government workers
      0.6% in 4th Qtr of 2019 Historical Data

      TOTAL COMPENSATION: 12-month % change (NSA)

      Civilian workers
      2.7% in 4th Qtr of 2019 Historical Data

      Private industry workers
      2.7% in 4th Qtr of 2019 Historical Data

      State and local government workers
      2.9% in 4th Qtr of 2019 Historical Data

      EMPLOYER COSTS FOR EMPLOYEE COMPENSATION (ECEC) News Release

      Total compensation: per hour worked

      Civilian workers
      $37.03 in 3rd Qtr of 2019 Historical Data

      Private industry workers
      $34.77 in 3rd Qtr of 2019 Historical Data

      State and local government workers
      $51.66 in 3rd Qtr of 2019 Historical Data

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