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Employer contributions for government social insurance

Employer contributions for government social insurance is a component of earnings and compensation. It consists of employer payments under the following federal and state and local government programs: Social Security (Old-age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance (OASDI)); Hospital Insurance (HI); unemployment insurance; railroad retirement; pension benefit guaranty; veterans' life insurance; publicly-administered workers' compensation; military medical insurance; and temporary disability insurance. These contributions are excluded from personal income by definition, but as part of supplements to wages and salaries, they are included in earnings by place of work and compensation.

Related Data Tables

For estimates relating to Employer contributions for government social insurance please see the following tables

  • In the annual state personal income and employment category: SA30 SA4 SA5 SA5H SA5N SA6 SA6N
  • In the county annual personal income and employment category: CA30 CA4 CA5 CA5N CA6 CA6N
  • In the quarterly state personal income category: SQ4 SQ5 SQ5H SQ5N SQ6 SQ6N