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6 in 10 private industry workers have access to both medical and retirement benefits

"In March 2017, 67% of private industry workers had access to medical care benefits, and 66 % had access to retirement benefits. 58% of workers had access to both medical care and retirement benefits, while 24% of workers had access to neither benefit," according to an analysis of data from the National Compensation Survey-Benefits.
Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor. (2018). The Economics Daily: 58 percent of private industry workers had access to medical care and retirement benefits in 2017. Retrieved Feb 12, 2018, from this source.
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