Participation in employer-provided pension plans in the U.S. by education level 2018

This statistic shows the rate at which eligible full-time permanent employees aged 25 and over in the United States, participated in employer-provided pension plans as of 2018. The results are distinguished by the education levels of employees. 72 percent of private company employees who had never graduated from high school, participated in employer-provided pension plans.

Participation rates in employer-provided pension plans for eligible full-time permanent employees aged 25 and over in the United States, by education level in 2018

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Release date

January 2020

Region

United States

Survey time period

2018

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