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Wages and Benefits in the U.S., William Wiatrowski, BLS

Friday, October 19, 2012

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Biography: William Wiatrowski, Associate Commissioner for Compensation and Working Conditions, Bureau of Labor Statistics

Presentation [PDF]

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Wages and benefits of American workers [PDF]
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How are employer wage and benefit dollars spent? [PDF]
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Wage changes slowed during recession; have not recovered [PDF]
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Recent wage changes averaging below 2% per year [PDF]
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Wage changes for office and professional workers [PDF]
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Wage changes for construction and service workers [PDF]
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Wage changes for sales workers [PDF]
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Wage changes by union status [PDF]
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Wage changes: private industry and state/local government [PDF]
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Wages vary by occupational group in private industry [PDF]
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Wages vary by other factors [PDF]
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Who is offered health care benefits in private industry? [PDF]
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Are workers taking advantage of health care benefits? [PDF]
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Workers are required to share cost of health care benefits [PDF]
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Employers and employee share cost of health benefit [PDF]
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How have health plans changed over time? [PDF]
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Out-of-pocket health care costs [PDF]
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High deductible plans: New type of health care plan [PDF]
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Who is offered retirement benefits? [PDF]
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Retirement plan coverage over time [PDF]
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Who takes advantage of 401(k) and similar plans? [PDF]
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How prevalent are time-off benefits? [PDF]
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What other benefits are offered in private industry? [PDF]
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Benefits for state and local government workers [PDF]
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How have benefits changed in recent years? [PDF]
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Employer costs for benefits more volatile than wage costs [PDF]
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Employer costs for benefits influenced by health costs [PDF]
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Employer compensation costs vary by location [PDF]
   

Sources of Information:
Bureau of Labor Statistics


Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Public Information Office | PIO@census.gov | Last Revised: February 25, 2014