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Selected benefits: Access Data Table

Table 26. Selected benefits: Access, civilian workers,1 National Compensation Survey, March 2008

(All workers = 100 percent)

Characteristics

Job-related
travel
accident
insurance

Education assistance

Wellness
programs

Fitness
centers

Employee
assistance
programs

Work
related

Non-work
related

All workers

21

52

16

29

15

47

Worker characteristics

           

Management, professional, and related

30

72

24

46

25

64

    Management, business, and financial

40

78

27

45

25

64

    Professional and related

26

70

22

47

25

64

        Teachers

13

65

18

44

23

61

            Primary, secondary, and special education
             school teachers

9

62

11

42

13

59

        Registered nurses

21

73

24

58

31

72

Service

8

37

9

19

11

33

Sales and office

26

51

15

27

12

48

    Sales and related

30

39

11

20

6

46

    Office and administrative support

24

58

17

31

16

48

Natural resources, construction, and maintenance

15

43

12

20

7

32

    Construction, extraction, farming, fishing, and
     forestry

10

32

6

13

5

22

    Installation, maintenance, and repair

22

57

19

29

9

43

Production, transportation, and material moving

18

46

14

24

10

42

    Production

19

53

17

26

12

42

    Transportation and material moving

18

39

11

21

7

43

Full time

24

59

18

33

16

51

Part time

13

29

8

18

9

32

Union

17

64

23

45

14

73

Nonunion

22

50

14

27

15

42

Average wage within the following percentiles:2

           

    Less than 10

7

21

5

9

6

20

    10 to under 25

13

31

7

14

8

30

    25 to under 50

18

51

14

26

11

44

    50 to under 75

23

61

18

34

17

52

    75 to under 90

28

69

25

45

23

64

    90 or greater

39

78

27

50

26

70

Establishment characteristics

           

Goods-producing industries

22

52

16

27

14

41

Service-providing industries

21

52

16

30

15

48

    Education and health services

14

67

21

42

24

59

        Educational services

15

67

24

47

28

65

            Elementary and secondary schools

9

60

12

42

13

64

            Junior colleges, colleges, and universities

31

85

56

63

62

74

        Health care and social assistance

14

67

18

39

21

53

            Hospitals

24

87

32

75

45

89

    Public administration

12

72

24

53

20

75

1 to 99 workers

12

35

7

12

5

22

    1 to 49 workers

11

32

6

10

4

17

    50 to 99 workers

14

41

10

16

6

34

100 workers or more

29

68

23

45

23

69

    100 to 499 workers

26

57

16

31

15

55

    500 workers or more

32

77

30

58

30

81

Geographic areas

           

New England

26

55

15

28

18

46

Middle Atlantic

20

49

14

28

15

45

East North Central

20

54

17

32

16

45

West North Central

17

52

13

29

17

46

South Atlantic

23

56

18

29

12

53

East South Central

18

54

13

24

18

42

West South Central

24

48

16

26

12

44

Mountain

19

51

15

27

14

46

Pacific

23

51

16

34

15

50

Footnotes:

1Includes workers in the private nonfarm economy except those in private households, and workers in the public sector, except the federal government. See Technical Note for further explanation.

2The percentile groupings are based on the average wage for each occupation surveyed, which may include workers both above and below the threshold. The percentile values are based on the estimates published in the "National Compensation Survey: Occupational Earnings in the United States, 2007." See Technical Note for more details.