Consolidated leave plans: Access

Table 39. Consolidated leave plans:1 Access, State and local government workers, National
Compensation Survey, March 2013

(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

10

18

22

25

28

90

12

15

17

21

Worker characteristics

                   

Management, professional, and related

11

19

23

25

28

89

13

15

18

21

    Professional and related

13

19

23

26

28

87

12

15

17

21

Service

11

17

21

25

28

89

11

14

17

21

    Protective service

8

18

21

25

29

92

11

14

17

21

Sales and office

9

18

22

26

28

91

12

15

18

21

    Office and administrative support

9

18

22

26

28

91

12

15

18

22

Natural resources, construction, and maintenance

8

18

21

25

27

92

11

14

17

21

Production, transportation, and material moving

8

15

19

22

24

92

10

14

17

21

Full time

10

18

22

25

28

90

12

15

18

21

Part time

13

16

18

21

24

87

10

12

15

19

Union

6

18

23

27

30

94

12

15

18

22

Nonunion

13

18

21

24

27

87

12

15

17

21

Average wage within the following categories:2

                   

    Lowest 25 percent

13

17

21

24

27

87

11

14

17

20

        Lowest 10 percent

22

16

20

23

25

78

11

14

17

19

    Second 25 percent

9

18

22

25

28

91

12

15

18

22

    Third 25 percent

10

18

22

25

28

90

12

15

18

21

    Highest 25 percent

9

20

24

27

30

91

13

15

18

21

        Highest 10 percent

8

20

24

26

28

92

13

16

18

21

Establishment characteristics

                   

Service-providing industries

10

18

22

25

28

90

12

15

17

21

    Education and health services

10

19

22

25

27

90

12

15

17

20

        Educational services

3

15

17

18

20

97

12

15

17

20

            Elementary and secondary schools

3

8

8

9

11

97

11

13

16

18

            Junior colleges, colleges, and universities

4

23

27

28

30

96

15

17

19

22

        Healthcare and social assistance

28

20

23

27

29

72

12

15

18

22

            Hospitals

30

20

23

26

29

70

13

16

18

22

    Public administration

8

18

22

26

29

92

12

15

18

22

1 to 99 workers

10

18

21

23

26

90

11

14

16

20

    1 to 49 workers

8

17

20

22

24

92

11

14

17

20

    50 to 99 workers

12

18

22

24

26

88

11

14

16

21

100 workers or more

10

18

22

25

28

90

12

15

18

21

    100 to 499 workers

12

17

22

25

28

88

11

14

17

21

    500 workers or more

10

18

22

25

28

90

12

15

18

22

State government

5

20

23

26

28

95

13

16

18

22

Local government

13

18

22

25

28

87

11

14

17

20

Geographic areas

                   

Middle Atlantic

3

18

21

25

28

97

13

16

19

22

East North Central

8

19

23

25

28

92

11

14

17

21

South Atlantic

8

19

21

23

27

92

12

15

17

21

East South Central

13

20

24

27

29

87

12

15

17

21

West South Central

17

15

19

22

25

83

11

14

16

21

Pacific

12

19

24

28

31

88

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.


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/glossary20122013.htm.

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 data from the National
Compensation Survey publication, "Employer Costs for Employee
Compensation - March&nbs p;2013."