Compensation Strategies Group, Ltd.
Nova 401(k) Associates
Nicholas Pension Consultants
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|Text: Accounting for Wages and Benefits Using the Employment Cost Index (PDF)|
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics [BLS]
Sept. 30, 2004
16 pages. Excerpt: Using the data set behind the Employer Cost Index to impute benefit values on the National Longitudinal Study of Youth and the Current Population Survey, this study finds that workers at the bottom part of the wage distribution exhibit a much stronger correlation between benefits and wages than those at the top.
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