September 15, 2010

Automatic enrollment in savings and thrift retirement plans, March 2009

Percent of workers with automatic enrollment in a savings and thrift retirement plan, by establishment size and wage quartile, private industry, March 2009
Class of worker Percent of workers with automatic enrollment

Total, all private industy workers

19

Establishment Size

 

100 or more workers

25

1 to 99 workers

9

Wage quartile

 

Highest 25 percent of wage earners

21

Lowest 25 percent of wage earners

11

These data featured in the TED article, Automatic enrollment in savings and thrift retirement plans, March 2009.

 

 

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