Characteristics of Individuals with Integrated Pensions

TitleCharacteristics of Individuals with Integrated Pensions
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1999
AuthorsBender, KA
JournalSocial Security Bulletin
Volume62
Issue3
Pagination28-40
Call Numberpubs_2001_Bender_KMonLabRev.pdf
KeywordsDemographics, Employment and Labor Force, Methodology, Net Worth and Assets
Abstract

This paper examines the characteristics of individuals covered under integrated pension plans by comparing them with people covered by non-integrated plans and those with no pesion coverage. Females, whites, non-union members, and those workers with less than a postgraduate education are more likely to be covered under integrated pensions. Higher earnings or having a defined benefit pension plan are also strong predictors for having an integrated pension plan. When region and industry type are considered, reults show that workers in the Pacific region and in manufacturing are more likely to be covered by integrated pensions.

Endnote Keywords

Labor/Economic Status/Basic Demographics/Pension Provider Survey

Endnote ID

8364

Citation Key6661