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Share of full-time civilian workers that had access to healthcare benefits in March 2022 at 74%; 70% of private industry workers had access to medical care benefits, 57% had access to life insurance: Dept. of Labor

Median number of years that wage and salary workers had been with their current employer was 4.1 years as of January, unchanged from median in January 2020; median employee tenure for men was 4.3 years, 3.8 years for women: BLS

US unemployment insurance claims in week ended Sep. 17 up 5,000 to 213,000, four-week moving average down 6,000 to 216,750; total continued weeks claimed for benefits down 96,414 to 1.3 million in week ended Sep. 3: Dept. of Labor

US Dept. of Labor urges agricultural industry employers and workers to act immediately to reverse increase in deaths and injuries in transportation-related incidents, citing that California, Oregon, Washington saw eight farmworkers' deaths in fiscal 2022

US employer costs for employee compensation for civilian workers averaged US$41.03 per hour worked in June; wages and salaries cost employers US$28.31 while benefit costs were US$12.72: BLS

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