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Family leave among low quality job workers in California wage replacement 2009-2010

This statistic depicts the wage replacement for Californian workers in low quality jobs during family leave, separated by those who use and do not use paid family leave, in the period 2009-2010. For those who used paid family leave, 48.2 percent received more than half of their normal rate while 10.9 percent received this amount in those who did not use paid family leave. In 2004, California implemented a program that allowed those working in California to receive up to 55 percent of their usual weekly wage for family or medical leave.

Low quality job workers' replacement of wages during family leave in California in 2009-2010, by PFL use

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Release date

January 2014


United States

Survey time period

2009 and 2010

Number of respondents

204 employees

Age group

18 years and older

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