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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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      Civilian Workers, Compensation

      Access to defined contribution retirement plans
      60% in 2019 Historical Data

      Access to defined benefit retirement plans
      26% in 2019 Historical Data

      Access to paid holiday
      78% in 2019 Historical Data

      Access to paid vacation
      76% in 2019 Historical Data

      Access to paid sick leave
      76% in 2019 Historical Data

      Access to paid family leave
      19% in 2019 Historical Data

      Participating in medical care plans
      52% in 2019 Historical Data

      Access to wellness programs
      44% in 2019 Historical Data

      Private industry workers

      Access to defined contribution retirement plans
      64% in 2019 Historical Data

      Access to defined benefit retirement plans
      16% in 2019 Historical Data

      Access to paid holiday
      79% in 2019 Historical Data

      Access to paid vacation
      79% in 2019 Historical Data

      Access to paid sick leave
      73% in 2019 Historical Data

      Access to paid family leave
      18% in 2019 Historical Data

      Participating in medical care plans
      49% in 2019 Historical Data

      Access to wellness programs
      41% in 2019 Historical Data

      State and local government workers

      Access to defined contribution retirement plans
      37% in 2019 Historical Data

      Access to defined benefit retirement plans
      86% in 2019 Historical Data

      Access to paid holiday
      68% in 2019 Historical Data

      Access to paid vacation
      61% in 2019 Historical Data

      Access to paid sick leave
      91% in 2019 Historical Data

      Access to paid family leave
      25% in 2019 Historical Data

      Participating in medical care plans
      70% in 2019 Historical Data

      Access to wellness programs
      62% in 2019 Historical Data

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