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    Economic News Release
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    Employer Costs for Employee Compensation news release text

    For release 10:00 a.m. (EST) Wednesday, December 18, 2019				 USDL-19-2195
    
    Technical information:	(202) 691-6199  ? ncsinfo@bls.gov  ? www.testbild-music.com/ect
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    		      EMPLOYER COSTS FOR EMPLOYEE COMPENSATION ?SEPTEMBER 2019
    
    
    State and local government compensation averaged $51.66 per hour worked in September 2019, the U.S.
    Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. Wages and salaries averaged $32.19 per hour worked and
    represented 62.3 percent of total compensation costs, while benefit costs averaged $19.47 and accounted
    for the remaining 37.7 percent. (See tables 1 and 3.)
    
    Among state and local government occupational groups, total compensation costs ranged from $35.85 per
    hour worked for sales and office to $62.08 for management, professional, and related occupations. Among
    industry groups, total compensation costs were $54.10 per hour worked in the education and health services
    industry and $49.71 in public administration. (See table 3.)
    
    State and local government wages and salaries ranged from $20.68 per hour worked for sales and office to
    $40.06 for management, professional, and related occupations. Wages and salaries accounted for 57.7
    percent of total compensation for sales and office and 64.5 percent in management, professional, and
    related occupations. (See table 3.)
    
    Total benefit costs ($19.47) include paid leave ($3.87), supplemental pay ($0.51), insurance ($6.07),
    retirement and savings ($6.17), and legally required benefit ($2.85) costs. The average total benefit
    costs in the public administration industry were $20.95 or 42.1 percent of total compensation. (See tables
    1 and 3.) 
    
    Benefit costs for state and local government workers - continued
    
    Paid leave consists of vacation ($1.47), holiday ($1.10), sick ($1.00), and personal ($0.31) costs. The
    average cost for paid leave was $3.87 per hour worked or 7.5 percent of total compensation. The largest
    paid leave cost among occupational groups was $4.37 per hour worked or 7.0 percent of total compensation
    for management, professional, and related occupations. The average cost in the junior colleges, colleges
    and universities industry was $5.22 or 8.7 percent of total compensation. (See tables 1 and 3.)
    
    Supplemental pay costs for state and local government workers averaged $0.51 per hour worked or 1.0 percent
    of total compensation. These costs include shift differentials, $0.05 (0.1 percent of total compensation),
    overtime and premium pay, $0.22 (0.4 percent), and nonproduction bonuses $0.24 (0.5 percent). (See tables
    1 and 3.)
    
    The percentage of workers with access to nonproduction bonus benefits are available as part of the Employee 
    Benefits in the United States publication, see www.testbild-music.com/ncs/ebs/benefits/2019/benefits_other.htm.
    
    Insurance costs were $6.07 per employee hour worked, or 11.7 percent of total compensation. The largest
    component was health insurance at $5.92 or 11.5 percent of total compensation. Insurance was the largest
    benefit cost for sales and office occupations at $5.69 (15.9 percent of total compensation). (See tables
    1 and 3.)
    
    Retirement and savings benefit costs averaged $6.17 per hour worked (11.9 percent of total compensation).
    These costs include defined benefit plans ($5.74), and defined contribution plans ($0.43). (See tables 1
    and 3.)
    
    Legally required benefit costs averaged $2.85 per hour worked (5.5 percent of total compensation), including
    Social Security and Medicare ($2.22), state and federal unemployment insurance ($0.06), and workers?
    compensation ($0.56). (See tables 1 and 3.)
    
    
    

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