A look at who's getting paid sick days – WTOP

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The Related Press
January 9, 2022, 9:02 AM
NEW YORK (AP) — Omicron is shining a highlight on the disparities between who will get paid sick days and who doesn’t. Almost 80% of all non-public sector staff get at the least one paid sick day, in accordance with a nationwide compensation survey of worker advantages carried out in March by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. However many staff are susceptible, significantly these within the low earnings bracket.
Here’s a have a look at the breakdown of who will get paid sick days:
BY INCOME BRACKET:
Backside 10%: 33%
High 10%: 95%
BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS:
Half-time: 48%
Full-time: 87%
BY OCCUPATION:
Monetary Actions: 94%
Training and Well being Providers: 85%
Building: 69%
Retail Commerce: 67%
Leisure and Hospitality: 50%
BY SIZE OF EMPLOYER:
1 to 49 staff: 68%
500 staff or extra: 91%
SOURCE: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
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