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Table 5. Private industry workers by bargaining and work status

Table 5. Employer Costs for Employee Compensation for private industry workers by bargaining and work status [June 2022]
Series Total compensation(1) Wages and salaries Total benefits Paid leave Supplemental pay Insurance Retirement and savings Legally required benefits
Cost ($) Percent Cost ($) Percent Cost ($) Percent Cost ($) Percent Cost ($) Percent Cost ($) Percent Cost ($) Percent Cost ($) Percent

Union workers

51.21 100.0 30.61 59.8 20.60 40.2 3.58 7.0 1.84 3.6 6.99 13.6 4.39 8.6 3.81 7.4

Goods-producing industries(2)

56.47 100.0 32.20 57.0 24.27 43.0 3.03 5.4 2.66 4.7 7.99 14.1 6.18 10.9 4.41 7.8

Manufacturing industry

47.60 100.0 26.75 56.2 20.85 43.8 3.40 7.1 2.98 6.3 7.41 15.6 3.60 7.6 3.45 7.3

Service-providing industries(3)

48.89 100.0 29.91 61.2 18.98 38.8 3.82 7.8 1.48 3.0 6.55 13.4 3.60 7.4 3.54 7.2

Trade, transportation, and utilities industry

47.34 100.0 28.89 61.0 18.45 39.0 3.57 7.5 1.44 3.0 6.39 13.5 3.59 7.6 3.45 7.3

Retail trade industry

26.56 100.0 16.72 62.9 9.85 37.1 1.57 5.9 0.56 2.1 3.86 14.5 1.74 6.6 2.11 8.0

Transportation and warehousing industry

56.06 100.0 34.28 61.2 21.78 38.8 4.41 7.9 1.76 3.1 7.56 13.5 4.06 7.2 3.99 7.1

Education and health services industry

58.98 100.0 35.64 60.4 23.34 39.6 5.24 8.9 1.95 3.3 7.94 13.5 4.13 7.0 4.08 6.9

Health care and social assistance industry

58.47 100.0 35.16 60.1 23.32 39.9 5.22 8.9 2.09 3.6 7.87 13.5 4.08 7.0 4.06 7.0

Nonunion workers

37.80 100.0 27.15 71.8 10.65 28.2 2.81 7.4 1.33 3.5 2.60 6.9 1.06 2.8 2.85 7.5

Goods-producing industries(2)

40.44 100.0 28.42 70.3 12.02 29.7 2.70 6.7 1.81 4.5 2.98 7.4 1.21 3.0 3.32 8.2

Manufacturing industries

41.52 100.0 28.42 68.5 13.09 31.5 3.18 7.7 1.92 4.6 3.46 8.3 1.42 3.4 3.10 7.5

Service-providing industries(3)

37.32 100.0 26.92 72.1 10.40 27.9 2.83 7.6 1.24 3.3 2.53 6.8 1.03 2.8 2.77 7.4

Trade, transportation, and utilities industries

30.74 100.0 22.72 73.9 8.03 26.1 1.94 6.3 0.91 3.0 1.91 6.2 0.78 2.5 2.48 8.1

Retail trade industries

23.37 100.0 18.15 77.7 5.22 22.3 1.16 5.0 0.59 2.5 1.17 5.0 0.34 1.5 1.96 8.4

Transportation and warehousing industries

33.30 100.0 23.44 70.4 9.86 29.6 2.19 6.6 0.95 2.9 2.63 7.9 1.09 3.3 3.00 9.0

Education and health services industries

40.09 100.0 28.66 71.5 11.43 28.5 3.46 8.6 0.82 2.1 3.04 7.6 1.20 3.0 2.91 7.3

Health care and social assistance industries

38.75 100.0 27.62 71.3 11.13 28.7 3.38 8.7 0.89 2.3 2.95 7.6 1.07 2.8 2.84 7.3

Full-time workers

45.11 100.0 31.14 69.0 13.97 31.0 3.59 8.0 1.72 3.8 3.73 8.3 1.67 3.7 3.26 7.2

Occupational group

Management, professional and related occupations

68.01 100.0 46.80 68.8 21.22 31.2 6.46 9.5 2.74 4.0 5.03 7.4 2.61 3.8 4.37 6.4

Management, business, and financial occupations

77.44 100.0 53.38 68.9 24.06 31.1 7.49 9.7 3.76 4.9 5.19 6.7 2.84 3.7 4.77 6.2

Professional and related occupations

61.87 100.0 42.51 68.7 19.36 31.3 5.79 9.4 2.08 3.4 4.92 8.0 2.46 4.0 4.10 6.6

Sales and office occupations

34.95 100.0 24.67 70.6 10.28 29.4 2.56 7.3 1.09 3.1 3.17 9.1 1.00 2.9 2.46 7.0

Sales and related occupations

41.39 100.0 30.74 74.3 10.64 25.7 2.82 6.8 1.38 3.3 2.55 6.2 1.04 2.5 2.85 6.9

Office and administrative support occupations

31.79 100.0 21.69 68.2 10.10 31.8 2.43 7.6 0.95 3.0 3.47 10.9 0.98 3.1 2.27 7.1

Service occupations

24.37 100.0 17.72 72.7 6.65 27.3 1.39 5.7 0.66 2.7 2.03 8.3 0.53 2.2 2.04 8.4

Natural resources, construction, and maintenance occupations

41.83 100.0 28.36 67.8 13.48 32.2 2.23 5.3 1.60 3.8 3.48 8.3 2.37 5.7 3.78 9.0

Construction, extraction, farming, fishing, and forestry occupations

42.93 100.0 28.77 67.0 14.16 33.0 1.74 4.0 1.68 3.9 3.55 8.3 3.06 7.1 4.13 9.6

Installation, maintenance, and repair occupations

40.63 100.0 27.91 68.7 12.72 31.3 2.78 6.8 1.52 3.7 3.41 8.4 1.62 4.0 3.40 8.4

Production, transportation, and material moving occupations

34.32 100.0 22.84 66.6 11.48 33.4 2.21 6.4 1.56 4.5 3.57 10.4 1.27 3.7 2.87 8.4

Production occupations

32.31 100.0 21.41 66.3 10.89 33.7 2.04 6.3 1.69 5.2 3.52 10.9 1.01 3.1 2.63 8.1

Transportation and material moving occupations

36.54 100.0 24.42 66.8 12.13 33.2 2.40 6.6 1.41 3.9 3.63 9.9 1.56 4.3 3.13 8.6

Industry group

Goods-producing industries(2)

43.42 100.0 29.29 67.5 14.13 32.5 2.81 6.5 1.97 4.5 3.83 8.8 2.00 4.6 3.52 8.1

Construction industry

44.00 100.0 30.64 69.6 13.36 30.4 2.01 4.6 1.64 3.7 3.28 7.4 2.39 5.4 4.05 9.2

Manufacturing industry

42.99 100.0 28.47 66.2 14.52 33.8 3.29 7.6 2.12 4.9 4.16 9.7 1.77 4.1 3.18 7.4

Service-providing industries(3)

45.58 100.0 31.66 69.5 13.92 30.5 3.81 8.4 1.65 3.6 3.70 8.1 1.58 3.5 3.18 7.0

Trade, transportation, and utilities industry

40.22 100.0 28.01 69.7 12.20 30.3 3.00 7.5 1.32 3.3 3.33 8.3 1.54 3.8 3.02 7.5

Information industry

69.41 100.0 45.72 65.9 23.69 34.1 6.74 9.7 3.37 4.9 6.24 9.0 2.97 4.3 4.37 6.3

Financial activities industry

57.02 100.0 37.85 66.4 19.18 33.6 5.09 8.9 3.57 6.3 5.01 8.8 2.01 3.5 3.50 6.1

Professional and business services industry

52.12 100.0 36.71 70.4 15.42 29.6 4.43 8.5 2.13 4.1 3.67 7.0 1.63 3.1 3.57 6.8

Education and health services industry

43.74 100.0 30.24 69.1 13.49 30.9 3.99 9.1 0.96 2.2 3.95 9.0 1.56 3.6 3.04 7.0

Leisure and hospitality industry

24.73 100.0 18.75 75.8 5.97 24.2 1.24 5.0 0.49 2.0 1.65 6.7 0.47 1.9 2.12 8.6

Other services industry

39.50 100.0 28.57 72.3 10.93 27.7 3.00 7.6 0.59 1.5 2.90 7.3 1.52 3.8 2.92 7.4

Part-time workers

20.78 100.0 16.60 79.9 4.18 20.1 0.77 3.7 0.36 1.7 0.73 3.5 0.34 1.6 1.98 9.6

Occupational group

Management, professional and related occupations

45.81 100.0 34.98 76.4 10.83 23.6 3.37 7.4 1.01 2.2 1.73 3.8 1.10 2.4 3.62 7.9

Professional and related occupations

45.82 100.0 34.93 76.2 10.89 23.8 3.44 7.5 1.01 2.2 1.69 3.7 1.11 2.4 3.63 7.9

Sales and office occupations

18.45 100.0 15.01 81.3 3.44 18.7 0.53 2.9 0.26 1.4 0.71 3.9 0.26 1.4 1.68 9.1

Sales and related occupations

16.69 100.0 13.98 83.8 2.71 16.2 0.34 2.1 0.24 1.4 0.39 2.3 0.17 1.0 1.57 9.4

Office and administrative support occupations

21.40 100.0 16.73 78.2 4.67 21.8 0.84 3.9 0.30 1.4 1.26 5.9 0.41 1.9 1.86 8.7

Service occupations

15.78 100.0 13.16 83.4 2.62 16.6 0.31 1.9 0.19 1.2 0.34 2.1 0.14 0.9 1.65 10.4

Production, transportation, and material moving occupations

22.04 100.0 16.26 73.8 5.78 26.2 0.73 3.3 0.61 2.7 1.42 6.5 0.56 2.5 2.47 11.2

Transportation and material moving occupations

22.96 100.0 16.58 72.2 6.37 27.8 0.78 3.4 0.67 2.9 1.66 7.2 0.68 2.9 2.58 11.2

Industry group

Service-providing industries(3)

20.70 100.0 16.55 80.0 4.15 20.0 0.77 3.7 0.35 1.7 0.73 3.5 0.33 1.6 1.97 9.5

Trade, transportation, and utilities industry

19.47 100.0 15.24 78.3 4.24 21.7 0.60 3.1 0.36 1.8 0.98 5.0 0.44 2.2 1.86 9.6

Professional and business services industry

23.45 100.0 19.06 81.3 4.40 18.7 0.76 3.2 0.52 2.2 0.59 2.5 0.17 0.7 2.36 10.1

Education and health services industry

33.15 100.0 25.33 76.4 7.82 23.6 2.21 6.7 0.69 2.1 1.36 4.1 0.78 2.4 2.78 8.4

Leisure and hospitality industry

14.47 100.0 12.32 85.1 2.15 14.9 0.18 1.2 0.13 0.9 0.22 1.6 0.07 0.5 1.54 10.7

Footnotes
(1) Includes costs for wages and salaries and benefits.
(2) Includes mining, construction, and manufacturing. The agriculture, forestry, farming, and hunting sector is excluded.
(3) Includes utilities; wholesale trade; retail trade; transportation and warehousing; information; finance and insurance; real estate and rental and leasing; professional and technical services; management of companies and enterprises; administrative and waste services; educational services; health care and social assistance; arts, entertainment and recreation; accommodation and food services; and other services, except public administration.

Last Modified Date: September 20, 2022