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Consolidated leave plans: Access

Table 39. Consolidated leave plans:1 Access, State and local government workers, March 2016
(All workers with paid vacations = 100 percent)
Characteristics With consolidated leave plan With no consolidated leave plan
Access Paid days by length of
service
(Mean number of days)
Access Paid vacation days by
length of service
(Mean number of days)
1
year
5
years
10
years
20
years
1
year
5
years
10
years
20
years
All workers
11
18
22
25
28
89
12
15
18
21
Worker characteristics
                   
Management, professional, and related
13
18
22
25
27
87
13
15
18
22
    Professional and related
15
19
22
25
27
85
13
15
18
21
Service
10
18
22
25
28
90
11
14
17
21
    Protective service
8
18
21
25
29
92
11
14
17
21
Sales and office
10
18
23
26
29
90
12
15
18
22
    Office and administrative support
10
18
23
26
29
90
12
15
18
22
Natural resources, construction, and maintenance
7
19
23
26
29
93
11
14
17
21
Production, transportation, and material moving
8
15
20
23
24
92
11
14
17
21
Full time
11
18
22
25
28
89
12
15
18
22
Part time
14
15
18
21
23
86
9
12
15
18
Union
6
19
24
28
31
94
11
15
18
22
Nonunion
15
18
21
24
27
85
12
15
17
21
Average wage within the following categories:2
                   
    Lowest 25 percent
14
17
21
24
27
86
11
14
17
20
        Lowest 10 percent
19
17
21
24
26
81
12
14
17
20
    Second 25 percent
10
19
23
26
29
90
12
15
18
22
    Third 25 percent
11
18
22
25
28
89
12
15
18
22
    Highest 25 percent
10
20
23
26
28
90
13
15
18
21
        Highest 10 percent
9
21
24
27
29
91
13
16
18
21
Establishment characteristics
                   
Service-providing industries
11
18
22
25
28
89
12
15
18
21
    Education and health services
12
19
21
24
26
88
13
15
18
21
        Educational services
4
16
17
18
20
96
13
15
17
20
            Elementary and secondary schools
4
10
10
11
12
96
11
13
16
18
            Junior colleges, colleges, and universities
5
23
27
29
30
95
15
17
19
22
        Health care and social assistance
31
20
23
26
28
69
12
16
19
23
            Hospitals
34
20
23
26
28
66
13
17
20
23
    Public administration
10
18
22
26
30
90
11
15
18
22
1 to 99 workers
12
18
21
23
26
88
11
14
17
21
100 workers or more
11
18
22
26
28
89
12
15
18
22
    100 to 499 workers
13
18
22
26
29
87
11
14
17
21
    500 workers or more
10
18
22
25
28
90
12
15
18
22
State government
6
19
22
25
27
94
13
16
19
23
Local government
14
18
22
25
28
86
11
14
17
21
Geographic areas
                   
Northeast
3
20
23
26
28
97
12
16
19
22
    Middle Atlantic
3
19
23
26
30
97
12
16
19
22
South
14
17
20
23
26
86
12
15
17
21
    South Atlantic
9
18
20
23
26
91
12
15
17
21
    East South Central
13
20
25
28
30
87
12
15
18
21
    West South Central
24
16
18
21
24
76
12
14
17
21
Midwest
11
18
23
26
28
89
11
14
17
21
    East North Central
9
19
23
25
29
91
11
14
17
21
West
12
19
24
28
31
88
12
15
17
21
    Pacific
13
19
25
29
31
87
12
15
17
21
1A consolidated leave plan provides a single amount of time off for workers to use for multiple purposes, such as vacation, illness, or personal
business. Those with no consolidated leave plan often have separate leave plans for different purposes.
2Surveyed occupations are classified into wage categories based on the average wage for the occupation, which may include workers with earnings
both above and below the threshold. The categories were formed using percentile estimates generated using wage data for March 2016.

Note: Because of rounding, sums of individual items may not equal totals. For definitions of major plans, key provisions, and related terms, see the
"Glossary of Employee Benefit Terms" at www.bls.gov/ncs/ebs/glossary20152016.htm.

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, National Compensation Survey.