Leave benefits: Access

Table 32. Leave benefits: Access, private industry workers, March 2017
(All workers = 100 percent)
Characteristics Paid
holidays
Paid sick
leave
Paid
vacations
Paid
funeral
leave
Paid jury
duty
leave
Paid
military
leave
Family leave1
Paid Unpaid
All workers
77
68
76
56
57
29
13
87
Worker characteristics
               
Management, professional, and related
90
88
88
76
79
45
24
93
    Management, business, and financial
97
93
97
82
83
48
29
94
    Professional and related
86
85
83
73
76
42
22
93
Service
50
46
52
30
33
11
7
79
    Protective service
64
58
58
32
30
16
5
84
Sales and office
82
73
80
57
58
29
13
88
    Sales and related
74
64
72
46
48
23
8
86
    Office and administrative support
87
79
85
64
64
32
16
89
Natural resources, construction, and maintenance
80
60
78
46
47
20
9
84
    Construction, extraction, farming, fishing, and
     forestry
67
47
65
29
33
12
7
80
    Installation, maintenance, and repair
92
73
91
61
61
28
10
87
Production, transportation, and material moving
83
62
82
61
59
30
6
88
    Production
90
62
87
64
63
31
7
88
    Transportation and material moving
77
63
76
57
55
28
5
87
Full time
90
81
91
67
69
35
16
90
Part time
41
35
36
24
25
11
5
79
Union
89
79
89
76
77
40
12
92
Nonunion
76
67
75
54
55
28
13
87
Average wage within the following categories:2
               
    Lowest 25 percent
51
43
50
27
30
11
6
80
        Lowest 10 percent
41
30
42
21
24
9
4
76
    Second 25 percent
82
69
82
58
59
26
11
88
    Third 25 percent
90
81
89
68
69
35
14
90
    Highest 25 percent
92
89
91
78
80
48
24
93
        Highest 10 percent
93
92
92
80
83
53
24
94
Establishment characteristics
               
Goods-producing industries
90
67
88
61
62
32
9
88
    Construction
73
51
68
32
34
10
5
78
    Manufacturing
97
74
96
75
75
42
10
92
Service-providing industries
75
69
74
55
56
28
14
87
    Trade, transportation, and utilities
81
69
80
57
57
29
7
89
        Wholesale trade
92
80
89
68
69
28
10
87
        Retail trade
75
62
74
48
47
23
7
88
        Transportation and warehousing
86
74
87
70
71
45
6
93
        Utilities
100
98
99
88
86
58
13
96
    Information
97
96
96
92
89
50
34
97
    Financial activities
94
93
94
83
86
54
31
94
        Finance and insurance
98
96
97
90
92
66
38
96
            Credit intermediation and related activities
98
95
98
91
93
68
34
97
            Insurance carriers and related activities
97
95
96
87
91
61
40
95
        Real estate and rental and leasing
84
85
85
61
65
18
10
87
    Professional and business services
78
69
75
52
54
28
16
82
        Professional and technical services
92
87
90
67
73
42
27
87
        Administrative and waste services
60
47
55
27
27
9
6
75
    Education and health services
82
80
79
68
70
31
18
93
        Educational services
65
79
56
72
71
40
20
89
            Junior colleges, colleges, and universities
81
84
73
88
90
58
22
95
        Health care and social assistance
85
80
83
67
70
30
18
93
    Leisure and hospitality
37
38
42
17
24
8
6
78
        Accommodation and food services
34
35
42
16
22
6
5
77
    Other services
65
62
68
40
36
14
9
80
1 to 99 workers
70
59
69
43
45
18
10
81
    1 to 49 workers
68
58
67
39
42
17
9
79
    50 to 99 workers
73
63
72
54
56
22
12
87
100 workers or more
86
79
85
71
72
41
17
94
    100 to 499 workers
84
75
82
65
65
34
13
94
    500 workers or more
90
86
90
82
83
52
23
94
Geographic areas
               
Northeast
77
71
76
62
70
33
17
86
    New England
75
71
73
62
71
36
13
90
    Middle Atlantic
77
71
76
61
69
33
18
84
South
80
66
79
58
60
31
12
85
    South Atlantic
80
66
78
61
61
32
13
88
    East South Central
81
66
83
54
59
28
10
83
    West South Central
79
66
78
56
60
31
13
82
Midwest
76
64
77
56
55
26
11
89
    East North Central
77
63
77
57
55
26
12
88
    West North Central
73
64
76
55
56
27
10
90
West
74
75
72
46
45
24
14
89
    Mountain
73
61
72
47
50
26
15
88
    Pacific
75
82
72
45
42
23
13
90
1The sum of paid and unpaid family leave may exceed 100 percent because some workers have access to both types of plans.
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 2017.

Note: Dash indicates no workers in this category or data did not meet publication criteria. For definitions of major plans, key provisions, and related terms, see
the "Glossary of Employee Benefit Terms" at www.bls.gov/ncs/ebs/glossary20162017.htm.

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, National Compensation Survey.