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Average Salary Market Comparison Trend Average Salary Market Comparison Trend Finance and Administration
Average Salary Market Comparison Trend Line Chart Average Salary Market Comparison Trend Line Chart Finance and Administration
Comparison of Actual Earnings to Estimated Earnings, Fiscal Year to Date (June 30, 2011) Comparison of Actual Earnings to Estimated Earnings, Fiscal Year to Date (June 30, 2011) Finance and Administration
Average Employee Benefit Cost Comparison Average Employee Benefit Cost Comparison Finance and Administration
Breakdown of the employer benefits of the state’s package compared to those of the external labor market. The average cost is calculated based on the employers’ contribution in relation to the respective average state benchmark salary and the average market salary. For dental insurance, the 2012 Survey data not available. 2011 data has been escalated by 4.0% based on trend figures from the Sibson Consulting 2012 Health Plan Cost Trend Survey; for Basic Life Insurance & Disability Insurance, the data comes from the 2010/2011 Towers Watson Survey Report on Employee Benefits Policies & Practices; for sick leave accrual days, the data comes from the 2010/2011 Towers Watson Survey Report on Employee Benefits Policies & Practices; and for the market amount for defined benefit retirement plan, the data comes from the NASRA FY 2011 Public Fund Survey Report.
FuelEconomy.gov provides comprehensive information about vehicles' fuel economy. The official U.S. government site for fuel economy information, it is operated by the Department of Energy and the Environmental Protection Agency. The site provides access to general information, widgets to help car buyers, and fuel economy datasets.
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