Related BLS programs | Related articles
December 1985, Vol. 108, No. 12
Today's pension plans:
how much do they pay?
Benefit formulas in medium and large firms gave 30-year employees retiring on Jan. 1, 1984, at age 65 average monthly pensions of $385 for those who earned $15,000 during 1983.
Read excerpt Download full article in PDF (708K)
Related BLS programs
Employee Benefits Survey
Related Monthly Labor Review articles
Changing retirement age: ups and downs—Apr. 2001.
Pension integration and retirement benefits—Feb. 2001.
Factors affecting retirement income.—Mar. 1993.
New survey data on pension benefits.—Aug. 1991.
Contributions to savings and thrift plans.—Nov. 1990.
How has pension vesting changed? —August 1988.
Within Monthly Labor Review Online:
Welcome | Current Issue | Index | Subscribe | Archives
Exit Monthly Labor Review Online:
BLS Home | Publications & Research Papers